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As a local historian, I am interested in making Durham and Dayton (Butte County) California records available to other researchers.|
Please use the NEW Edit System when possible for making any name or date changes to a memorial.
The records I'm most interested in making available are those that cannot always be accessed by others living out of the area. I hope that those to whom I send requests for updates will be so kind as to link and augment their memorials.
My continued interest will be local Butte County history, with an emphasis on military records and biographies. Please email me with your comments.
In RE: any photos I have posted, please feel free to use them for any genealogy purposes. If I were going to copyright a photo, it would not be of a tombstone or cemetery - and, those members of the family who are deceased deserve to have their images remembered.
A Birth Certificate, media or family history, will tell that a person was BORN ... A Death Certificate, a memorial, or family history, will tell that he or she have DIED ... but a picture, a story, an obituary – or memorialization via FindAGrave, will tell you what is most important, which is, that they have LIVED.
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18,529 Memorials Added
32,879 Memorials Managed
1 Volunteer Photo Taken
127 Virtual Flowers
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Thank you for the transfers & for all you do for F/G!! Very much appreciated! Kim
|Kathy Henderson||Thank-you for all you do....|
Hi Adriana, I admire your Philosophy and want to say thank-you for building digital bridges for future generations. I just wanted to add some information regarding Andrew Jackson Hendrix - a Great Grand Uncle of mine. I have his birth information as Sept 6, 1865 in Marshall County Tennessee.
Next, to the best of my knowledge his mother was born right here in the United States in Marshall County Tennessee around 1842 - not born in Wales. I see that in 1920 the census taker documented that his mom was born in Wales. That's a puzzle we probably won't solve.
Thanks again for all your efforts here, it is truly a worthwhile task you are doing.
|D & N Kirk||show that they lived|
We love your thoughts:
"A Birth Certificate, media or family history, will tell that a person was BORN ... A Death Certificate, a memorial, or family history, will tell that he or she have DIED ... but a picture, a story, an obituary – or memorialization via FindAGrave, will tell you what is most important, which is, that they have LIVED."
That is also our thinking and our goal.... thanks for the transfer.
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