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Chesnut/Behunin Descendant (#47104688)
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Bio Photo .I use Familysearch all of the time. Not every detail is accurate but it gives you a jumping off point. I have just been playing around in the Familysearch Family Tree and I have notice that "Stories and Documents" section have familysearch members "Copy/Pasting" from Find A Grave Memorials. A few of them MINE. I like to think I am a story teller though my guys think I am just long winded.
. A LOT of time and energy goes into research and writing the stories on My Memorials. My Family and people who have gotten a hold of me and led me on the trail of their lives so I could tell their story, but they are no relation to me or mine or indirect connection. IF YOU are going to "Copy/Paste" these stories, NOT just mine but Every contributor on this SITE, who puts in the energy and sometimes expense of creating these Memorial pages PLEASE give the Find A Grave MEMORIAL #'s at the very least:::OR SOURCE IT in the Source section.
Please Use the information, that is why I put it out there on Find A Grave, most of it is fully verified, but use at your risk. IF you "Copy/Paste" please give my Memorial # credit so I can smile to my guys, 'some people appreciate my long winded." It is not like we get paid for this research. Please Do not steal our efforts and have it look like yours on Familysearch or Ancestry.

. If you serve your country, in the Military, Police Force, Fire Departments or in the Schools. For what it is worth, you have my gratitude.
. When I fulfill a request, I will get every family member, surounding my original request. If I can catch connecting names, either in the field or in the records, I get those as well. IN family plots I always try to find those within the plot that do not have stones{maybe there was a stone but the GOPHERS got there before me} and forward that info.
THe pic on my bio was a great man who believed in being kind. If someone does something for you you repay them. I have spent my life trying to honor him.
This site those people who have helped me the most: Nancy K, Chantell, Shirleen, Kara and others there is nothing I CAN Do to help them in the way they have helped me. So I try to pay it forward. By finding these burials and everyone in them and trying to track down and link the entire family.
I cannot THANK YOU people enough. So I hope doing for someone I can help, shows how grateful I AM TO YOUR HELP.

As a child, I wanted to time travel backward. Now there are people I want to meet.
History is my Passion. Knowing how my Family Connects is the Cream on top.
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Garn Mabey
Thomas Wright gravestone
Thank you very much! Thomas Wright is my 2nd great grandfather through his daughter, Martha Wright. Recently, I visited the DUP museum is Salt Lake. Surprisingly, nothing is noted of Thomas Wright and very little about his wife. I would like to be able to find where his wife is buried. Records state she died in Peoa, but there isn't any record in any cemetery in Utah that I can find of her burial. Thanks for your help. Garn Mabey
Added by Garn Mabey on Apr 18, 2015 5:17 PM
Ellen Mower Grave
Thank you so much for finding this grave for me. I've been looking for a long time for this, it means a lot!
Added by Heidi on Apr 17, 2015 8:00 PM
Blaine & Elaine Berger
LaVonne Lawrence
Thanks for posting the great photo.
Added by Blaine & Elaine Berger on Apr 17, 2015 6:33 PM
Terry and the Pirates.
RE: August & Martha Albrabd Lehman.
Thanks again, but PLEASE, stay out of the snow.

Added by Terry and the Pirates. on Apr 16, 2015 6:16 PM
Terry and the Pirates.
August & Martha Albrabd Lehman.
Thank you folks for these wonderful photo and answering my request.

Added by Terry and the Pirates. on Apr 16, 2015 10:53 AM
RE: Eastman SLC Cem
Thanks so much for the info on Lorenzo's grave. I didn't know he was buried in the paupers plot. Now that I know, I'm fine with what you've posted.

Thanks again!
Added by geogoon on Apr 15, 2015 4:08 PM
Genealogy Buff
RE: Schneider stone
Just saw Ruth's memorial you posted - thank you! JoAnn
Added by Genealogy Buff on Apr 15, 2015 3:47 PM
Genealogy Buff
RE: Schneider stone
I do have Ruth for the wife of Louis but no maiden name for her or when they were married but she died April 13, 1968 - or that's what I have anyway. My 2nd and 3rd great grandparents stones were sinking at the cemetery here and just last year I had them raised and set on a slab as they were just sitting on dirt. As for the snow - you can keep it there :) Thanks for all you do - JoAnn
Added by Genealogy Buff on Apr 15, 2015 3:46 PM
Yeah - I have a satellite system, so it was not happy with the wind and bad visibility...A huge tree fell across our road, and this afternoon is the first I could get my "puuter" to fire up - when the wind blows my trees, the signal tower cannot "see" my house! My land line phone also goes down when that happens - that's when I'm thankful for our cell phones.

I bet your hubby was in demand! I stay off the roads when this happens...nothing I need is important enough to venture out - there ARE some perks to being old....

I am going to send you an email on a stone I hope you can find, when the WARM comes back! Cheers, me
Added by history4sure on Apr 15, 2015 3:31 PM
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RE: Schneider stone
I don't have proof of marriage - this is one family link that has given me grief to search. Optina should be Gesina - her husband is buried in Colorado - with his first wife - after his death Gesina and their children went to Utah and that's when the name changed to Schneider and I just haven't had too much luck finding a lot on the family. But I keep looking. I appreciate you help with this. The father buried in Colorado is the brother to my great grandfather. Thanks for your help. JoAnn
Added by Genealogy Buff on Apr 15, 2015 11:44 AM
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