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Mindy (#46796420)
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Bio Photo I volunteer as a Board of Directors member and Archivist for the Pennington Research Association. Right now I volunteer as the Pennington Pedigrees Editor. I am involved in much Pennington activity whether they are my direct line or not. Our family is officially Group 6 of this wonderful genealogy site. http://www.penningtonresearch.org/

I also serve as a Board of Director for the Eureka Historical Society and try to stay involved in my local community.

I've entered various kinds of cemetery records here at findagrave.com:

1) My own family members, if I know what cemetery they have been buried.

2) Photographed many, many cemeteries in the Readington Twp., Hunterdon Co., NJ area.

3) Various cemetery records that I have access to books for all US States.

4) I am just about finished with photographing the cemetery in Wanette, Oklahoma. There are about 10% unphotographed and have to figure out which section that I missed. This is my hometown cemetery so its especially dear to me.

5) Starting to photograph more cemeteries in the Eureka, St. Louis Co., MO area...but I've been slow at this. The Franklin Co., MO Cemetery Society pretty much has this area covered. Their contact information is www.cemeterysociety.org.

I have an interest in all tombstones of service men and women. Especially the ones that mention the Revolutionary and Civil War.

I research many surnames, such as: Adkins, Akins, Armitage, Cullins, Elms, Harding, Kirkpatrick, Pennington, Pitts, Redford, Thomas, Whiteaker, Woodrome/Woodrum, Wilson, etc.

If you find any errors or would like to have additional information posted to any records that I have added, please contact me and I'll make those changes for you.

I have no problem with transferring ownership of a memorial that I have created. Just ask and it is yours.

You have my permission to use any of the photographs that I take for your genealogy family history. No need to ask, this statement is all that you need. If you list me as the source for the photo, just source me as Mindy.

The picture of the above statue is from a tombstone that I photographed at Evergreen Cemetery in Clinton, Hunterdon Co., NJ of a little boy. The children's graves are the ones that makes me the most sad.

Mindy
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RSWitwer
Thanks for the transcriptions
I've been photographing and adding to the records for Newell Cemetery in Stanton, NJ. Just wanted you to know that I was so appreciative that you had been there first. Reading the old gravestones is very hard if you've got nothing else to go on. It was much easier to match the old gravestones to records that you had already transcribed into Find A Grave. Your work greatly contributed to the identification of the pictures of the gravestones.

I'm local in the area and would like to learn more about your activities. I'm new to geneology and this site and would like to learn more.
Added by RSWitwer on Aug 24, 2014 5:08 AM
rhm
Duplicate posting
Thanks for the info regarding the duplicate of Belle M. Ellis. I have posted the marker pic on Ida Belle's memorial page and will delete mine.
Added by rhm on Aug 20, 2014 4:04 PM
Bonnie
Re: Thomas Wood
Thank you for the added information. Have made links, etc. Bonnie
Added by Bonnie on Aug 19, 2014 9:46 PM
Cindy
Regarding Request of removal of Memorial # 40723287
I prefer not to place my photo [memorial # 40723287] on memorial 7073719. I have never found any record where the given name of the Smith married to Benjamin Goff was Lydia Ann. In all the records I have researched, she was listed as Eda, Edith, or Edy. In fact her given name appears as Eda on her gravestone. As there is no way to search for an alternate name [that I know of on this site], anyone looking for Eda Smith Goff would have difficulty locating her unless they knew she was listed by some researchers as Lydia Ann Smith Goff. Eda A. Smith and Lydia Ann Smith were cousins who both married Goff cousins. To add to the confusion, both Smith-Goff families resided in the same county and were contemporaries. If my memorial is creating problems, I will gladly remove it, including the photo, and unlink it from her husband's memorial that I created.
Added by Cindy on Aug 18, 2014 2:38 PM
Donna Lee Wall
robert ray pennington
his sister and brother. I am their family
Added by Donna Lee Wall on Jul 29, 2014 12:33 PM
K. Windle-Skarstad
Gordon Rex Pennington
Thank you for the information. I actually have it but have not had the time to add it. I will definitely try to do it within the following week. Thanks for reminding me.
Added by K. Windle-Skarstad on Jul 27, 2014 8:29 PM
Danny Chancellor
RE: Millie (Martin) Sherrill
One thing that might help your cousin in her search is to use the spelling Sherrell. That is how Millie and Lincoln (brother of Exie) are listed in the 1935 Oklahoma City Directory. Lincoln was living at 2900 SW 29th and Millie (listed as "Wid Jesse") was living at 219 SW 26th.

Dan Chancellor
d.chancellor@sbcglobal.net
Added by Danny Chancellor on Jul 26, 2014 4:45 PM
Jeanna & Kaitie
RE: Wanette Cemetery
Thank you so much! I am grateful to run into kind people like you and Linda here on the site. Thank you also for looking into the other memorial... that is a bit odd. I didn't notice that yesterday when I made the request. Again, please let me know if I can ever return the favor.
Kindly,
Jeanna & Kaitie
Added by Jeanna & Kaitie on Jul 25, 2014 6:48 PM
Danny Chancellor
Marcus Harkins
Thank you for the marriage date for Marcus and Exie. I was also able to find Exie in the census records and linked her to her mother, Millie Martin Sherrell.
Added by Danny Chancellor on Jul 25, 2014 5:34 PM
Doy G
Ida Pearl (Savage) Lamirand
Hi again, Mindy. Another question.... I am in touch with the great-grand-niece of Pearl, and she says she has never seen her as Ida. Can you tell me where the "Ida" came from?

Thanks so much! Doy
Added by Doy G on Jul 20, 2014 2:12 PM
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