My name is Tara, and I'm a disabled 911 dispatcher suffering from a vestibular disorder that causes problems with my hearing and balance. I try to do things that keep me busy but aren't in noisy or distracting environments. While researching my family genealogy, I was pleased to find this site. Due to my condition, I am no longer able to fulfill photo requests.
When my disability allowed, I found some small family cemeteries and added what persons I could here on Find a Grave. If I have done this for one of your ancestors, please feel free to request management of their memorial. Use the transfer request tab and include your member# and the memorial id#, to make for an easy transition. I will transfer to any active family archivist.
Description: Used with written permission of at FindAGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=pis&PIcrid=2264560&PIpi=19621432&PIMode=cemetery, Added by: talegi, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=mr&MRid=47100552, 7/17/2009
West Charleston cemetery HI!!! I just posred requests at the cemetery, and I see that you posted a picture of the cemetery. If you have any way of photographing them for me it would mean so so so so very much to my family and I, As we are in CA
Humbert's at Mount Hope Cemetery Hello, I recently sent you photo requests for Cornelius and Mary C Humbert at Mount Hope cemetery in Huntington IN. There were three Humbert's in this row,another is Mary E. Humbert. I added her memorial and have trasfered her to you. As shown on the picture,she has the taller marker,inscription says wife of Josiah. There were no other Humbert's around these three. Good luck on your research. Take care...Connie Kline
Corporal Myron E. Carter Corporal Myron E. Carter was killed on 12 July 1943 during the invasion of Sicily. He was buried in the temporary American cemetery GELA in plot-grave A-5-52, date of burial was 22 July 1943.
I am writing a book about the GELA cemetery and would like to use the picture you took of his grave, can I get your permission to use the picture for my book, of course you will be credited.
If you are related, do you perhaps have his picture or any documentation
Had you been at Short Cemetery in Calais, Vermont around the 4th of July you would have witnessed a happy victory dance and been hugged repeatedly which I now wish through cyber space to you! (((((((hugs)))))))
No one posting a family tree on Rootsweb knew where Thomas and Anna (CUTLER) PARKER, JR were buried. The people in Calais that we stopped to ask for direction to the Short Cemetery, didn't know. We persevered because of the information you posted to Find A Grave, and discovered it!
Such a joy! It also vindicates the handwritten family tree in the box of old photos my Dad gave me.
I did a PostEm at Rootsweb for Charles PARKER, whose research was the primary source of information about my PARKERs among the many PARKERs in America, pleased to help him a bit with Thomas.
I cannot thank you enough for your generosity in sharing your efforts on Find A Grave. More (((((((hugs)))))))