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GraveRobber (#47357039)
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Bio Photo First of all, an explanation of my user name in FindaGrave. I have documented nearly every grave in my county and one day a police officer asked me why he keeps seeing me among the graves in our biggest graveyard. I explained to him what I was doing and he joked that he thought I was a "graverobber". That is how I got my user name.

I've been doing genealogy work for my Harrison, Stubblefield, Ford, Ames, Hill and Record lines (my grandparents) for over 30 years. I discovered Find a Grave during the fall of 2010 and it validated so much of my data, while also pointing out a number of errors if I used the dates on the tombstones.

I appreciate the fact that I'd only have access to this information if others contribute to Find A Grave. This led me to start photographing my local cemeteries and those in other cities (including many foreign cities) when I travel for my job.

Thank you to everyone for your contributions and I hope you find mine useful as well!
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genieresearcher
Soddy Presbyterian cemetery
cemeteries are merged now and cross-referenced.
Added by genieresearcher on May 27, 2015 6:47 PM
genieresearcher
Soddy Presbyterian dups
that was fast! thank you and would help if you contacted findagrave about these duplicate cemetery pages. Maybe more people would get them merged and help prevent duplicates. thank you!
Added by genieresearcher on May 27, 2015 6:41 AM
Pixturmn
RE: Crombie St. Nicholas. Cemetery Aberdeen
No worries , I think I placed one to be deleted that you had created.

Have a good day
Added by Pixturmn on May 25, 2015 2:45 PM
Pixturmn
Crombie St. Nicholas. Cemetery Aberdeen
You have entered a number of duplicate memorials for the Crombies that were there sometime before you entered yours . Please take care of their removal.
Thanks
Added by Pixturmn on May 25, 2015 2:14 PM
Janice Bristow
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No one seemed to know where my great Aunt Ethia Bristow was buried. Thru Ancestry, I found a link to your photo. Thanks for all that you do
Added by Janice Bristow on May 04, 2015 11:51 AM
Violet Trembley
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Thank you so much for all your hard work and very thoughfull of you for doing this.

Violet Trembley of New Jersry
Added by Violet Trembley on Apr 29, 2015 8:34 PM
Janis Noonan
Horne Cemetery Marianna PA
I added the parents of Wilma Dale Van Voorhis McNurlen to Horne cemetery with pictures of stones if you would care to link her to her parents William Van Voorhis and Mary Stathers Van Voorhis to her. Regards, Janis
Added by Janis Noonan on Apr 26, 2015 3:07 PM
cmm 945
Gilmer L Humphreys
Hi G.R., you left a suggestion that Gilmer's middle name is LeRoy. Can you tell me your source for that information? I've found a number of documents on him and never more than a middle initial. Thank you, Charlie
Added by cmm 945 on Apr 18, 2015 7:52 PM
Scott Edward Dixon
RE: Robert Fearno
Robert Milton Fearno is buried in Oak Hill Cemetery in Palmyra, IL, according to the IL Deaths and Stillbirths index. However his wife is buried in Asbury Cemetery, in nearby Barr, IL. The index for Oak Hill Cemetery located in the Hayner genealogy library division in neighboring Madison County states that he's buried in Oak Hill. I'm going to personally confirm this by driving to the cemeteries sometime in the near future. If I'd have to bet, I'd say he's buried in Oak Hill. I mistakenly posted his wife's tombstone on his memorial. I'll remove it. I'll let you know what I find. Thanks!
Added by Scott Edward Dixon on Apr 18, 2015 5:37 PM
PamAudasSatterwhiteSmith
Larry Eugene Audas
May I use your photo of this memorial in Houston National Cemetery? Larry is my first cousin.

Thanks so much!
Added by PamAudasSatterwhiteSmith on Apr 03, 2015 6:57 AM
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