|Mark Hall (#47532484)|
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I have always been curious about my family heritage and learned as much as I could about it from my grandparents. I am still trying to piece together the family on my mother's side because they were not a close knit bunch. There are many unanswered questions that I hope to answer before my time here on earth is done. |
My family tree includes such names as: the big four; Hall, Goelzer, Beld, Riley and then branch names of McCraney, Burch, Parr, Hawkins.
I really enjoy what Find A Grave has to offer and am a big believer in the fact that we are all in this together. I have become obsessed with being a volunteer. It gives me great pleasure to provide information to someone that will give them an answer to their family history or a confirmation in information they already have gathered.
As for rights to photos posted on this site by me, I do not need any sort of credit for a particular photo and give any one permission to use any of the photos that I have posted. This is a community website and my photos are for the community. I am a volunteer and volunteers give freely without expectation of reward.
Have a GREAT day!
|Messages left for Mark Hall (3)||[Leave Message]|
|David Eschman||Gardner headstone photo|
Thank you for the photo of the Gardner headstone. I appreciate your time and energy.
|Sue Macduff:)||Elisha Applegate|
Mark: "thank you for the photo, it cleared up his death date!"
|Rod ||William Curd|
Thank you so much for transferring to me William Curd, James Pryor Curd, and Margaret Swearingen Curd Dearing. The latter two were easy, but it took me some time to figure out William Curd, given the sketchy info on the memorial. I went back to the Cave Hill data base and finally identified him as William Twaddle Curd, who died in Louisville on 5 Oct 1905. I will, of course, flesh out his bio.
Could I ask an additional favor? Next time you are in Cave Hill, could you please take a photo of William's gravestone, in Section 6, Grave 190? While you are there, could you also point your camera at two other Curds in Section 6, two young boys who died in the early years of the last century, Edward Curd and Vane (or Vance) L Curd? Both are in Section 6, grave 180. Obviously, one of my prime interests is to figure out the proper spelling of Vane/Vance's name.
Added by Rod on Feb 24, 2014 9:34 AM
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