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Glenn Wallace (#46802463)
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Bio Photo Currently on the Board of Directors and acting Registrar of Monocacy Cemetery in Beallsville, MD. I spent the past 8 years archiving this cemetery -- all 5,506 graves AND researched every person's genealogy so their FindaGrave memorial would be a complete resource for future generations seeking their ancestors.
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WalkerMyersMaryland12
murphys
hi I was wondering if youd be willing to transfer the murphys in st Ignatius cemetery over to me. I have extensive info on them that I did on ancestry.com that I can add. My great grandma Nellie Murphy Myers was the granddaughter of Horace and Charlotte Murphy. It would mean a lot. Also, do you have any photos of that family? It would help my family research a lot.
Thanks,
Brian Myers
Added by WalkerMyersMaryland12 on Aug 31, 2014 4:32 PM
David Hunsberger
RE: Annie Benson Hammond
Glenn -- Thanks for your message -- what a great coincidence that I posted something yesterday that you saw today! No I'm not a relative of Annie's -- I just happened to pick the Savage Cemetery to work on because it is on my route to a client I visit in Columbia, MD. I still have a few photos from yesterday's visit that I need to post to Findagrave tonight or tomorrow. If there are other people you are researching in that cemetery please let me know -- I will be back in that neighborhood again in about two weeks. I never know if anyone will ever look at the records and photos I am posting, but I figure by random chance someone might, and so today you were that person! Very nice coincidence. - David
Added by David Hunsberger on Aug 29, 2014 2:15 PM
iconions
RE: Tuthills
Glad to assist on the Tuthills. There were two other Tuthills that I added, also that were buried under the same family headstone - Ralph and Minnie.
Added by iconions on Aug 26, 2014 3:26 PM
LostGeneration
Milton Moore, Jr. #115293023
Thank you for creating this memorial - he was a much beloved friend and co-worker of both me and my husband. As we live out of state, we were unable to attend his service. LG
Added by LostGeneration on Aug 26, 2014 2:56 PM
john M. Gassaway - Carter
RE: William Nicholas Gassaway burial St Johns cemetery Ellicott city Md.
Billy ( William farrow Gassawa y shares the same stone as my father I think he is lying on the left of him or on the right , My father was planted 12 feet down so they could stack us ! sounds kind of sick , the plan was for me to be laid to rest with my father one day , but now that I have a wife Amy Elizabeth it has become a little trouble some where I plan to rest ? In Virginia if you own a farm you can be buried on your land & their is a cemetery of unmarked graves on the land we live on . They could be from the civil war. their were a lot of unreported skirmishes between the union soldiers & the Confederates Bedford county . The other possibility is that they were graves of plantation slaves . This is really sad fact, I have learned, in the(Old South ) some of the slave owners treated their pets better then the slaves that worked the land. I am not very proud of my Create Grandfathers father for owning slaves ! Sincerely yours, John Markham Gassaway
Added by john M. Gassaway - Carter on Aug 23, 2014 2:11 PM
Nancy
RE: Samuel Ryman
My pleasure. Wish it was easier to read. Very old tombstones in this cemetery.
Added by Nancy on Aug 03, 2014 9:13 AM
Ron Roberson
RE: Gilbert C. Saul
Sure, happy to do it.
Ron
Added by Ron Roberson on Jul 30, 2014 7:21 PM
Debra Sanden
Hiram Bemis
Thank You. My tree had about 1825 for the marriage so I was not sure if that was the case.
Added by Debra Sanden on Jul 17, 2014 6:23 PM
Debra Sanden
Hiram Bemis
Hi, I was wondering what was the note --married on June 1922 date, pertains too. Thank You
Added by Debra Sanden on Jul 17, 2014 12:17 PM
john M. Gassaway - Carter
Thank you
Thank you for all you have done to help me & others to find info on are relatives. It is a wonderful service that you do for us with out even a second thought . I just needed to tell you that you have really helped me . Most of the info I have found has not come from these Web sites that charge a small fortune to sell family info. This web page gives it away for free like it should be done especially when it is mostly found by individuals like yourself. Not the web sight ! Thank you again for your help ! Sincerely yours John Markham Gassaway ~Carter
Added by john M. Gassaway - Carter on Jul 15, 2014 10:00 PM
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