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Maggie (#47039969)
 member for 7 years, 5 months, 25 days
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My favorite hobby is taking photo's of older headstones. It will be all too soon that they will be un-readable, broken or plowed over. I really enjoy spending my time in, large or small farm cemeteries. Most of the photo's I take are not related to me. If you find any name that you would like to manage, please contact me and I will be happy to transfer those memorials to you. Many of my cemeteries are in Somerset Co. PA where my husband grew up, (right across from a cemetery of course).
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Sherry Paulsen
Christopher F Smith
Hi Maggie, wondering if you have any family information on Christopher F Smith and Elizabeth A Smith, grave# 67202423? They are my 2nd great grandparents. Thanks for all you do on here!
Added by Sherry Paulsen on Jan 29, 2016 2:36 PM
Dirt Hero Paula
Thank You
Dear Maggie,

Thank you so very much for your quick responses to the edits I have sent to you over the past year and for all the work you've done in Rowland Cemetery in Canton OH.

Added by Dirt Hero Paula on Dec 17, 2015 3:12 PM
Judy Roberts
Ann King died at age 17. The stone photo you placed on her Find A Grave Memorial belongs to Anne Brooke King (150610740 who was 91 years old.

Thanks for the great photos. I appreciate having them.

Judy Roberts
Added by Judy Roberts on Nov 14, 2015 2:26 PM
Dawn Biddle
Frances James Rowe
Frances James Rowe was married to John Rowe, but the John Rowe that is on here as her spouse is her son. Her husband John Rowe was born in 1834 and died in 1911 and is also buried in Union Cemetery in Meyersdale, Somerset County, PA.
Added by Dawn Biddle on Aug 22, 2015 4:33 PM
all the "Everline" profiles you have are related to me
Added by AndrewDJohnson on Aug 14, 2015 4:46 AM
Adam Wagner
Sorry about that last message (keyboard issues)

Thank you for all that you do on this site. I appreciate folks like you who make this thing work as well as it does.

I was wondering if you would be willing to transfer management of the following memorials to me. They are 6x great grandparents of mine. If not, I understand.

31370472 Esther Bush Whaley
31370429 Charles Whaley
Added by Adam Wagner on Jun 24, 2015 9:19 PM
Adam Wagner
Added by Adam Wagner on Jun 24, 2015 9:17 PM
Eleanor Morrison Lawson
Stockton, Morrison, Selby
Maggie, I appreciate so very much the work you are doing through Find A Grave, helping others.
It is because of people like you that I am able to visit cemeteries. Because of age and health, I can no longer physically visit them. I hope you do not mind my making copies of your photos for my family files. I am trying very hard to get all of my families updated on Ancestry and Family Tree Maker so that my descendants and others may know their heritage. I have contacted over 200 that have graciously allowed me to use copies. Only two people on Find A Grave have been less than gracious to me. Thank you in advance. May God bless you in your work, helping others.
Eleanor Morrison Lawson
Added by Eleanor Morrison Lawson on Jun 11, 2015 4:03 PM
Marci King
70199491 Dr C J Stutzman
Maggie would you be willing to transfer Dr C J Stutzman (Find A Grave Memorial # 70199491) to me?
He was my 2nd great grandfathers, Christian J Stutzman's first cousin. Dr Stutzman was a lifelong bachelor and it would give me great pleasure to tend to his Find A Grave memorial. Sincerely Marci Kuan
Added by Marci King on Mar 23, 2015 10:19 AM
Fran E
RE: Stones
Google has usually been a Jewish thing to do for people visiting. Because flowers fade and die, the stone is a symbol of love that does not.
Added by Fran E on Mar 08, 2015 4:41 PM
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