|Stan Jett (#47100295)|
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I'm not related to 99% of the memorials I have created. I do this because I have no life. Looking for one in cemeteries. Consider me an emissary from the cemetery.|
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Find A Grave
54,136 Memorials Added
53,713 Memorials Managed
398 Volunteer Photos Taken
13 Virtual Flowers
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Anne Braun, C, Carole Marie Mc..., Cindy, Diane Williams, Diane Winters B..., Gene White, James Archer, Jeanne, Kay Sordillo, Kristi Hilton, Margaret, Nancy Ann Mull ..., Robin Law, S Harvey, Twisted Branche...
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|Laura Miller||my Uncle Lawrence Carlisle|
I found my Uncle gravesite through this amazing ancestry.com. I was wondering how can I list his brother or attach my dad to him at the sight under find a grave?
Laura Carlisle Miller
|Jamie Lynn Mitchell ||thank you|
thank you for up keep of my uncle and aunt grave
While I was looking for the marker to fulfill a photo request for another Thomas Carey, I came across Thomas M. Carey Sr.'s marker (July 6, 1896-February 4, 1958) married to Marion L. Carey (1897-1969) in the Parkwood Cemetery and Mausoleum in Baltimore, Md. Right next to Thomas Sr.'s marker was a marker for a Thomas M. Carey Jr. (May 22, 1918-October 17, 2002) married to a Thelma Carey (1916-2007). Because of the proximity of the marker placement, the identical Sr. and Jr. names, and the birth dates, it would seem that the Thomas Jr. I found today was Thomas M. Carey Sr.'s son. Are you sure about the marker you found in the Resurrection Cemetery for Thomas Carey being connected as the son of the Thomas Carey Sr. in Parkwood?
Added by LShue on Jun 27, 2016 12:35 PM
|FamilyHunt||William C Rollins # 41434414|
WOW! You are faster than the speed of light.
Thank you for taking the photo, adding the memorial & updating it.
|Ardith Smith||Update to family links|
Thank you for your work thru find a grave. I see that you maintain John Stratherns civil war grave. My great grandfather was his brother. I tried to add his parents to his information and am not sure that information transferred. Would you please either add the following data or transfer maintenance of his site to me.
Father--Thomas Strathern. 127554413
mother---Helen Strathern. 127554445
I appreciate your help whatever you choose to do!
|Peggy Hennessey Scherr||Gratitude|
Thank you for the Cheltenham photographs that you have taken. You've provided a great service to our veterans.
I know you say you are not related to 99% of the contributions you have made, but I am seriously interested in whether you are related to Alexander and Richard Dixie Hatton who you contributed. I had a cousin Sylvia Jett who held a lot of family records on my mom's side of the family. Thought it might be coincidental because if you are related I would love to trade family history information.
|Norman Warlord||Important job|
Nice Work thanks
|Twisted Branches||Oxon Hill Cemetery|
Thanks Stan for thinking of me - the article was quite interesting! As always - Thanks for all you do for Find A Grave. Wishing you and yours a Happy New Year!
|G M||Oxon Hill Methodist Church Cemetery|
It states on the Church's page that the Cemetery is closed but it is not closed. You can get a key and go in to the Cemetery. It is behind the grocery store, near their trash and loading dock. It is fenced all the way around it. I have walked it years ago. Please can you get a photo of the actual Cemetery ??
Added by G M on Dec 28, 2015 3:14 PM
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