|Beverly Walker (#47061492)|
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|I have been actively pursuing genealogy as a hobby (or an obsession!) since about 1997. I am of English-German-Scottish-Polish extraction. I discovered Find-a-Grave awhile back, and am excited that such a valuable resource is available. |
I live in the Seattle area and have many relatives buried throughout Washington State, primarily Lewis and Skagit Counties, as well as the Seattle and Tacoma areas. I also have many relatives buried in the Hastings, Minnesota and Omro, Wisconsin areas.
I am related in some way to most of the people I have posted on Find-a-Grave, though some of those relationships are quite remote. If you find a close family member among them, please contact me; if it's not someone close to me, I will be happy to transfer ownership to you.
Since I believe that genealogy is meant to be shared, feel free to use any of my photos on your own tree. Acknowledgment would be appreciated, but is not a requirement. Many people have helped me in my own quest to discover my roots. If I can help someone in return, I am happy to do so.
Family names I am researching include: Bayne, Airron, Mingus, Myszka, Stead, Swallow, Poler, Krumrei, Stewart, Maupin, and Walker.
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|Megan Lewis||Guy Bye|
Do you know who Guy P Bye's father was? His mother was Katherine Walker, whose 1st husband died before Guy was born. Guy was from Bellingham and died in 1974
|Grave Recorder||RE: Emily Burgess Photo|
You're welcome and no, I'm not related to her. Just trying to help. :)
|Carol Froehlich||RE: Money Creek Cemetery Photos|
Actually you did send a request for Eden Kletzke, but I'm sorry I couldn't find her. It was getting dark and we couldn't stay any longer. She wasn't buried next to her parents or she didn't have a headstone. I am sorry I won't be going back there any more this year, but if I have more requests for that cemetery by next spring, I will visit there again. It is quite a distance from my house.
You can use the pictures however you want. Consider them my gift to you. :-) I don't need to be given credit for taking the pictures. I was just so happy I found as many as I did.
Thank you for your appreciation.
|Bill and Elaine Schrock||RE: McGill Gravesites|
Please feel free to use the McGill photos on your tree. Thank you for asking, we appreciate it.
Bill and Elaine Schrock
|BP||RE: Artie Clark|
I don't mind at all. Thank you for asking.
My Clark's have been in Douglas & Lane county for at least 4 generations.
Added by BP on Jul 26, 2011 9:15 AM
|CABrown||RE: John Jones Headstone|
Are you talking about the one in Busti, NY?
Yes, you can use it.
Added by CABrown on Jun 29, 2011 4:52 AM
|Daddy's Girl||Edith Stead Borst|
Thanks for the picture of my beautiful grandmother! The only pictures I have ever seen are ones when she was older. Do you happen to have one of Grandpa Borst as well? I would love to have one! Thanks to your links, I am able to learn a little more about my family tree. Grandma helped me with one many years ago, for a school project, but I have since lost it! Thanks again!
|Jeannie Duncan||RE: Danford Photos|
Hi Beverly, You're most welcome, I am so glad to help others in their search for relatives, this is something I truely love to do. And Yes, you sure can use this in any way you wish as part of your family tree, I also work on Ancestry and found alot of information through find a grave. In my honest opinion, Find A Grave and Ancestry are the two BEST Sites on the Internet. Let me know if I can help you with any others in or around my area.
Your Friend in Geneology,
|Ron Kinney||RE: Inez Jones Marker|
Hi Beverly, No, I'm not related, but the name always stuck in my mind. Ron
|Ron Kinney||RE: Inez Jones Marker|
Hi Beverly, You're welcome and yes you can use the photo.
I haven't heard or seen the name Inez Jones in over 36 years. When I was young, 16 of us spent the night in the abandoned school because it was always said to be haunted.
The reason I was shocked was that back then I was writing lyrics for songs and I used Inez Jones in the lyrics. I have no idea what happened to the lyrics, but one line was "The girl in the purple gown is Inez Jones".
Are you a descendant? Sincerely, Ron Kinney
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