|Richard Jordan (#46497047)|
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I retired as an elementary school principal in 2000. As a person that sleeps only 4 hours a night that leaves 20 hours to fill. Sitting home is not an option. Now, I drive a school bus 5 hours a day and visit cemeteries every chance I get. I have never been to a cemetery that charged admission and seldom is there a crowd. My wife, Sandra, is of a like mind so it works well. We both enjoy the hunt and the thrill that comes with each discovery. Let us know if we can help. If you have additional information on one of my post or you are a relative and want ownership, I will gladly transfer it to you. Just ask. Oh! By the way just call me Doc!|
NOTE: Many times the family plot has names different from those on the headstone. I always attempt to provide a reference point for markers. Hope this is not confusing.
Quotes worth remembering:
"Live your life so that your memories make you smile." rej
"Tread softly, dreams are buried here." Unknown
"If you wonder about your 'roots' you have two parents, four grandparents eight great-grandparents and 16 great-great-grandparents, and by the time you go back 10 generations 300 years or so- you had 1,024 people from whom you are directly descended. --Mady Castro
Cox / Lowe
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|Steven Earley||Find A Grave Memorial# 23313627|
I would like to maintain this site it is my great aunt Thank you
|deanna french||DC Congressional Cemetery Lewis Gerard C.W. Soldier|
May I use the grave marker photo that you contributed to the Find A Grave memorial for Lewis Gerard, to post on the Vermont Civil War site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)
Lewis was a Native son of Vermont, and his first enlistment and service was with the 12th Vt. Inf, and later with the 1st D.C. Inf, and the 51st N.Y.
You will receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Sue Leitzsey Bradley||RE: Email|
Thanks Richard. I thought I had written down the names of who I was looking, but I didn't. When I come across them again, I will let you know.
|Barbara Price||Walter & Cora Koontz|
These are my g grandparents. Will you please transfer their grave to me as I would like to add some info. to their page. Thank you
|Sue Leitzsey Bradley||Email|
Hi Richard. The following is the content of my last email to you:
Richard, I need to pick your brain a little bit. I have come across a husband and wife who died back in the 1940's. Both of their death certificates state they are buried in Stanley Presbyterian in Stanley. Would you happen to know what name this cemetery goes by now?
|Sue Leitzsey Bradley||Email|
Hi Richard. Is your email still the same as above? I have sent you a couple of emails and I never heard back from you.
|Sam Watts||RE: Birth & death dates|
Thank you, Richard.
|Sam Watts||Birth & death dates|
Richard, here are the b & d dates (& a little more info) for Helen R(ose) Zeray, Find A Grave Memorial# 36465826:
2 June 1914 Maine, USA
30 April 1988 Gaston County, North Carolina
I found this information using Ancestry.com. It's from North Carolina Death Indexes 1908-2004.
This person is not related to me.
thank you for the photo of Mr Garland's grave
Added by AFRCD on Sep 11, 2016 6:01 PM
|carol griffin||Memorial Correction Julia Kluttz Leonard|
Doc Sorry about that I Informed Kathy about It also. Thanks Carol
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