|Jim Hunt (#47008269)|
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My family and I enjoy researching our family history. We've found findagrave.com to be very helpful. If you have something to add to any of my postings, please contact me. I have, and encourage, a liberal transfer policy. If you are related and I'm not, a transfer is in order. Feel free to use any of my photos.|
Principle areas of research are Blinston(e), Hope, Connolly, Kasich, Hardin, Cornwall, Messinger, McCaleb/McKillop, Edwards, Wooton/Wooten, Willard.
Findagrave.com has become a mainstay of my family history research. Thanks to all my fellow findagraver's out there for the fabulous work you do. We all benefit from each other's work.
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|Sparky||RE: Raymond Shamley|
That's so terrific, happy to take photo for you!
Added by Sparky on Oct 29, 2015 7:18 PM
I must have mistyped the number for the link to Susan Hollenbeck for the link to Howard Hollenbeck.
Here is the correct number.
|Richard Anderson||All Saints Churchyard, Thelwall|
Thanks for the William Robinson memorial transfer!
|BCdocwalker||Jane Winpenny nee Whetnall #141230533|
Thank you for creating the gravesite for Jane Winpenny and for transferring her memorial to me.
|Ang35||Emma Wardman 1842-1882|
Thank you sooo much . I recently found my G-Grandmothers grave that you so kindly put on here. It's lovely to actually see her grave. I've added a story to her page, so sad !
Added by Ang35 on Sep 14, 2015 2:42 AM
|Andrea Dougan||RE: Thomas H. O. Strader|
You are welcome! He was my grandfather and genealogy is important to me. :)
|George Pesely||Jennie M. Baffo|
I have added a photo to your memorial. Jennie Baffo is the woman in the middle. The photo was taken in April 1914, in Vela Luka, Croatia, just before Jennie and her two friends boarded the "Martha Washington" to come to America. The woman to Jennie's left (viewer's right) is my grandmother.
|Debra Jahn||Clarke Family Memorial|
Dear Jim :
What a treat it was to find the pictures you had taken and posted from Esher, St. George, later Christchurch. I live in the U.S. and these are distant relatives of mine who I have been researching for some time. I may never get across the pond to see these graves for myself but it is almost as good as being there. So, thank you..thank you very much for your contributions. They really are appreciated.
|Dr. Cynthia Mahaffey||RE: Elsie & Max Moran|
Thank you very much...they were lovely people...many blessings,
|Dr. Cynthia Mahaffey||Elsie Moran photo 62160676|
Could you add this to her husband max 82572412. I know he is passsed. Thank you.
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