|Donald Miller (#46830668)|
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|Since I started working on my genealogy and could not find the information I was looking for, I started looking into Findagrave for death dates so I could find obituaries. So in my travels I started taking pictures of headstones so others could benefit as I have from their work.|
I live between Seattle and Tacoma, Washington and would be glad to help others in finding graves, recording, and pictures.
FOR TRANSFERS: 1.USE EDIT ONLY 2. Findagrave family rules only, but bendable. 3. IF YOU MANAGE MORE YOU HAVE LISTED "SORRY"
Go though Findagrave using the edit button at the top of the listing you wish transfered and state relationship.
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|Margaret Anderson||Looking for a grave|
I am looking for two graves. The first for William A Anderson died May 24, 1965 and his wife Alfreda M Anderson died September 21, 1961. According to her death notice she was buried in Evergreen Memorial Park. I wonder if he would be buried there as well? Is this something you might be able to assist with?
|virginia||Knauss memorial -Greenmount Cemetery|
Notice you has photo requests for Lucille,Roger, and Winfied Knauss in Greenmount Cem in York. Please call them (Cemetery)at 717-843-8006 and identify yourself as the relative to request their location. This large cemetery is managed by Prospect Hill and they charge a fee if you are not related.Currently there are 86 requests for this cemetery. I'll be going out to the cemeteries this spring and summer and can fill your request if you can send me a location.
Thanks and have a great tomorrow!
Added by virginia on Mar 12, 2014 6:00 PM
|Tim Hahn||Charles Duncan|
This was my grandmothers (Nancy Arlean Minniear)first love. When she passed away in 2008 at 102 yrs of age, my mother (her ex-daughter in law of 32 yrs) placed a picture of Charles that my grandmother had given her and asked her to bury this picture with her when it was her time and my mother placed this in her hands before they closed the casket. This is true love! She continued to lose 2 husbands after him. Grandma always remembered him and always placed flowers on his grave which we continue to do to this day. Gone but never forgotten and will be passed down to the greats and great-great grandkids to do the same!
Added by Tim Hahn on Oct 04, 2013 11:12 PM
|Marcia Milligan Skiver||Frank Lyle Graham|
If family of Frank Graham contact you please ask them to e-mail me at email@example.com. I have Frank's mother's passport (Hazel Marie Carpenter Graham) that contains a picture of her, Frank Jr and his brother Edwin. I also have Frank Sr's Navy service record from 1919 to 1943.
|Robert Neuterman||THANK YOU!!!|
I want to Thank You from the bottom of my heart for taking this picture for me! Emma is Our Little Angel and God had other plans for her. I am still currently serving in the Army and in Kuwait right now. Though seeing this picture is a very emotional thing for me I also feel some closer. Losing my little girl was extremely difficult and to this day still is. I saw that you put flowers there for her and I am so grateful I just wish I could find the right words to say to thank you fully. It's people like you that make this world a better place, you have brought comfort to me and I will forever be appreciative of what you have done for me. Thank You so much Sir and may God bless you!!!
|A M P||Dinkey Memorial Cemetery|
Nathan Eck 1831-1916 Your 3rd Cousin
I am sorry, but I follow the Find-A-Grave Guildlines.
Transfer request should be for direct relatives. This would be your Siblings, Parents, Grandparents and GreatGrandparents.
Please use your Virtual Cemetery Feature
Added by A M P on Sep 04, 2012 4:54 AM
I made the changes you requested but it looks like I left out a comma on the list of children that Thomas and Rebecca had so it looks like a middle name instead of another child. I have already done transfers to you for Rebecca and Elmer so you will have to correct that. I am so happy that my cemetery visit and pictures have helped you and made you happy. I can make this promise to you...I will be taking pictures of any and all Yundt stones that I find in my travels to the area cemeteries. It just seems to me that if I am already there, I might as well snap another picture or two, or three or seven! I am sure we will be in contact in the future as I find more of your relatives. Take care!
Added by frogstar on Jun 14, 2012 9:34 AM
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