|Colleen Haney Morgan (#46821644)|
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|I am researching both my family HANEY and Brownfrom Allegheny County PA, Jeffrey & McKeen from West Virginia and my husbands family MORGAN from Parke County IN. Also many family connections in Parke County: Causey, Linebarger, Manwaring, Garrard, McNeil|
I travel quite a bit and often take tombstones not related to us and will post those as I find time.
I live in Seminole County FL
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|Lorraine||RE: John H. Whaley|
Thank you adding the date.
Added by Lorraine on Dec 11, 2014 10:02 PM
|Melissa Gallagher||Thank you|
Hey Colleen, thank you for adding those photos of Samuel's and Mary's headstones. It is greatly appreciated. Hope all is well with you. It's been awhile since we've last chatted.
|Brian Lady||Memorial# 29890855 Dollie M. Cannine|
Can you tell me the date of the obit & what paper it was published in? Also do you know Dollie's date of death? (obit just says friday)
|jim gillis||Richard and Donald Morgan|
Thanks for all your efforts.
|jim gillis||Morgans at West Union|
Thank you for all your efforts.
|Thats My Cuz||Memorial 41843842|
The photograph at the top of the memorial is for the wrong Mary. The photograph is for Mary 1843-1916 and the memorial is for Mary d. 1950. I believe the photograph belongs on Memorial 41843900.
|Russ Nixon||Chalk on Stones|
I see a box of chalk in some of the photos you took in West Union Cemetery. This is a MAJOR NO NO!! Most chalk is abrasive, contains plaster of paris and causes permanent damage to the stone as well as leaving permanent stains. NEVER USE CHALK ON A TOMBSTONE. It's illegal in many states and if someone wanted to press the issue you could be heavily fined and/or jailed for cemetery vandalism. Unless you paid for the stone, you have no justification or jurisdiction to do any damage to a stone for the sake of being able to make it readable. There are many accepted ways to clean and read a stone but chalk isn't one of them. The find-a-grave forums and many other places list safe and effective ways to read stones without doing damage or getting yourself into legal trouble. I can show you several cases where people paid upwards of ten thousand dollars in court costs and restitution for damaging stones with chalk, metal instruments and other unacceptable practices.
|Linda||RE: Joseph Finney|
Thank you for the transfer. The Finney's are my family, although all of them are not in my direct line.
Added by Linda on Jan 12, 2014 2:03 PM
|Russ Nixon||RE: Thomas & Jemima Bean|
Thanks for the quick updates. They're not my family. They just happened to be attached to another family I'm researching. Before the snow & brutal cold hit, I photographed the entire Silver Island Cemetery. While adding those photos, I ended up adding about 100 new memorials that weren't previously listed on find a grave. I'm attempting to link some of those new Silver Island memorials to their ancestors/descendants in other cemeteries. Again, thanks for the prompt updates. I really appreciate it. Have a great day!
|Terri Snyder Satchwell||Nancy Hougham|
Sincere thanks for the transfer!
Terri Snyder Satchwell
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