|D Patterson (#46810106)|
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I am a former history teacher originally from Hallsville, Ohio living in Akron, Ohio and have also worked extensively with those who must deal with the challenge of mental illness most of my adult life.|
I am currently a genealogy researcher and fully understand the importance of documenting cemeteries before the ravages of time and weather remove the writings of the past. This is me with my grandchildren, Olivia and Gabriel.
Any pictures I have posted can be used by others for personal or genealogy purposes. If you want higher resolution photos please contact me. Please do not add a headstone photo on my memorials if there is already one there. If you have a higher resolution photo please contact me.
To me FAG is a way to memorialize friends and relatives as well as document cemeteries. Unfortunately, there are some who only care about numbers. If I have a memorial posted of someone who was dear to you or related - even distantly - I am happy to transfer. If it was someone from my family tree or was dear to me I will be happy to discuss it with you and share information.
We are all leaves of the same tree.
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Bevson, Desert Wind, JohnA, Mike H, Nancy (Hitchcoc..., Penny Cox Brow..., R. Wright, Robert DeLong, Susan Deibler, Walter H Freema..., willow5533@aol...., Zella
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|Stephanie Renae Herron Rigsby||isaac and mary leasure delong|
Thank you for transferring Isaac and mary to me.
I'll be adding family links and bio to mary later today. Again thank you for making these memorials.
Hello, I submitted a few family links for you to add but I can't seem to add the marriage date for Charles' second marriage. It tells me it happened to soon??? Oh well.
Thanks for all you do!!!!
Added by Nabourly on Dec 05, 2015 10:31 PM
Yale has just released 170,000 photos taken by govt photographers during the Great Depression . You can click on the map and see photos for each county/state where the photos were taken. Website is http://photogrammar.yale.edu/map/ .
I began searching on the map...chose Ross Co., OH. Many great pictures and way too many are unidentified people. There are some of Haubeil of Ross Co., which may be this Oscar Haubeil, referred to at least once as H. G. Haubeil. Search by surname here: http://photogrammar.yale.edu/search/
Added by Rachel on Nov 24, 2015 10:06 PM
|Stephanie Renae Herron Rigsby||amos, rosa and brown family|
I just wanted to say thanks for transferring amos, rosa, forest, ethel mae and albert brown.
I'll be adding more information to their memorials later today. Thanks again for creating these memorials!
Stephanie Herron Rigsby
|David Stokes||RE: Tillett|
Thank you for the message. The photo I requested was for David James Tillett Sr. You have info for his son, David Jr. David Jr. died in Ohio and I didn't know where he was buried. I will create a monument for him, and I would greatly appreciate the pictures, thanks!
|Stephanie Renae Herron Rigsby||ethel may, forest and albert brown|
I sent a message earlier about possibly tranfering my 2x great grandparents amos brown and rosa delong brown's memorial to me. I was wondering if you could also transfer 3 of their children that passed as infants. Ethel mae brown #43188822 (2x great aunt), forest brown #43188885, and albert brown #43188768 (2x great grand uncles). I would like to connect my family, and could add additional information. Thanks so much again, Stephanie
|Stephanie Renae Herron Rigsby||amos and rosa delong brown|
Thank you for creating a memorial for amos brown (#42985086) and rosa delong brown (#42985095). They are my 2x great grandparents and I would love to have them transferred to me. I could add a great deal of information to them. Thanks so much for your time. Thanks, Stephanie
|Bill McMahon||Lillian Harig|
Thank you for taking and posting this photo.
|amy palmer||william delong|
Thank you for the photo. I do not get to Ohio as often as I wish.
|Mary Tapia King||Raymond Graves|
Thank you so very much for taking the photo of Raymond Graves' headstone!
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