|Laural N. D. (#46770490)|
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RE: TRANSFERS, I follow Find A Grave policy and will only transfer if you meet the requirements of being within FOUR DIRECT GENERATIONS of the deceased and verify it.|
If something I have posted on your family needs corrections or additions please contact me. I am willing to add your family information within the policies of this website. Simply forward it to me at my listed e-mail address and I will respond when completed.
PHOTOS: ALL PHOTO'S ARE COPYRIGHTED SO PLEASE CONTACT ME FOR PERMISSION TO COPY AND USE. THANK YOU! I always take extra photo's and use Photoshop to enhance details as needed so you get the best quality photo's available.
I am hooked on genealogy and finding my ancestors final resting places. We have tromped through many very old cemeteries across the country in our search.
We have been lucky enough to have had some amazing things happen during our research travels. We have had completely unexpected help from some wonderful people, some we happpily found were related and of course we have had lots of devine intervention and guidance when least expected.
Find A Grave allows me to permanently record my findings so that I can share with others who might also be searching for the same families. Please feel free to contact me if you find we are related.
Find A Grave gives me a way to "Pay it Forward" by helping others find their families resting place. My hope is that maybe some of you that I help will in turn "Pay it forward" by helping others.
AGAIN, ALL PHOTOS ARE COPYRIGHTED SO PLEASE CONTACT ME FOR PERMISSION TO COPY AND USE.
Family names I am researching:
NEWTON, GIERHART, PAXTON, STEELE, ELLIS.
ADEY, CREARY, ADAMS, WOOTEN, WAHNER, BARKER, TANN, LAIRD.
DALLMAN,CONWAY,BENTZ,DITTBERNER, SCHOENFELDT,EHLERT,KOTHLOW, STONE,REGLER,SCHAEFER AND MANY MORE.
LINE, MORETTI,RENECKER and MANY MANY MORE.
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|Dannie W.||Eleanor Paxton|
I came across Eleanor's headstone photo online and added it to my Ancestory profile page. Upon further research, I find that you have copy-written this photo, so I will remove it until I am able to get permission from you to copy it.
The Paxtons and one of my families, the Greens (old Col. Thomas Marston Green supposedly performed the wedding ceremony for Andrew Jackson & Rachael Donelson abt 1791 in MS) were connected by marriage.
I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you very much.
|Jo Ann Ford||Plasters|
Thank you so very much for the photo, Jo Ann
|Jacquie Demsky Wilson||Roslings|
Thank you for taking the time to take these photos for me. I very much appreciate it!
Thank you so much for getting the photos of Jacob Walters and his mother, (my great Aunt) Katherine Dreith's gravestones.
Added by jada on Oct 17, 2013 1:38 PM
|Yeschke||RE: Achziger in Linn Grove Cem|
Yes, I have seen the names for the Achzigers at Linn Grove. I've already included information for those that are related to the Achziger families in Tacoma, Washington. They are a large family dating back to 1766 in Kolb, Russia. My research has been on the families in the Tacoma area and my family names. Thank you, again...
Added by Yeschke on Oct 17, 2013 1:06 PM
|Yeschke||Ellen "Adler" Hunt|
Thank you so much for the beautiful photos. My maiden name is Adler, and she is part of my family line, and now I know her husband's name as well. This is simply WONDERFUL! Thank you, again. This is really great...
Added by Yeschke on Oct 17, 2013 9:46 AM
|SMB-1010||John Fry @ Linn Grove Cem.|
I noticed that your photos attached to John Fry, #65221193, should actually be attached to John A. Fry, #65221204. Figured you'd want to correct. Regards.
Added by SMB-1010 on Oct 16, 2013 5:33 PM
|Cindy Akers||RE: Cemetery Info|
Probably my senior moment! I was referring to Ray Clyde Jennings born 1930-died 1931, mem#17872128. I could not find any other markers than the ones pictured already.
|Cindy Akers||Cemetery Info|
I went out to the cemetery today to try and get the missing gravestone photo. The cemetery is very badly overgrown, with a very thick layer of leaves and debris. I was unable to find the baby's stone, or any others that may be there. The fenced portion is actually very large, I think there may be other graves there, possibly some Ashworth graves. The Ashworth's had a hand in founding the church by the cemetery.
|Pioneersearcher||# 65312956 Allen Winslow & wife, Elsie|
Thank you for photographing & posting their stone.
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