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I spend a lot of time doing genealogy and/or gardening. Love being with my family as much as possible. I have three wonderful girls, seven super grandchildren & seven beautiful great grand children. And of course, my loving husband. |
Many thanks to everyone who has taken pictures of my familys gravesites. And for the flowers and notes left. They are greatly appreciated.
Note: Please ask me prior to copying my family photos to any other site. It's usually okay with me, but I like to know where they will appear. Thank you!
Here is the link to our precious great grand daughters memorial.
Melanie Catherine Stearman
Our Dearly missed Pets...
James Leslie Bugbee
Jensine Matilda Hanson Bugbee
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|DBarker||RE: John P. McDaniel|
I have removed the pictures.
Added by DBarker on Jun 10, 2013 6:09 PM
|DBarker||John P. McDaniel|
I went back to Harris Cemetery today. Upon closer inspection, his name was Odneal, not McDaniel. I checked the on-line index for the cemetery, and found there is a John P. McDaniel with only the years, and a John P. Odneal with full dates. I am adding a close-up picture of the tombstone, and then you can decide what you want to do with the memorial.
Added by DBarker on Jun 10, 2013 5:16 PM
|DBarker||RE: John P. McDaniel, Memorial# 96517207|
You're welcome. Next time I'm over near the cemetery, I'll see if I can read what is on it and let you know.
Added by DBarker on Jun 08, 2013 11:56 AM
|Shannon D.||RE: Peder Jorgensen; 60112162|
I went out to the cemetary and looked through the directory, and it says there is no Peder Jorgensen buried there, so I replied with the issue to the picture request. In fact, it says that now Jorgensen's are buried there. But while I was there I took several pictures. And when I got home I started to upload them and found his name on that stone. I hadn't noticed his name on the stone when I was taking the picture. I don't think he is buried there, but I uploaded the picture because it is valuable information.
I found Laura and Andrew, but not Emma. :o)
|Dominique Potier||RE: Marvin A Hanson|
Thanks Ruth for your help and thanks to your family about your uncle did for my country .
|Dominique Potier||Marvin A Hanson|
I look after the WW2 US Air Force veterans who were with the C47 or Glider during the war . Could you tell me if your cousin was one of these heroes ?
|Allison Clausen||RE: Sarah Hubbard Bugbee (1684 - 1755)|
Well, if that is how Find-A-Grave works, what can you really do but just hope people don't post whatever they want wherever they want? Fortunately there IS a posting for Josiah III that does have a close up of this stone that is in fact readable, lichens nonwithstanding. And the thing is I have seen pictures on Ancestry.com of another stone for Sarah Hubbard. I'm really thinking a Bugbee graveyard tour of New England is in order for me to put this argument to rest. - Allison
|Allison Clausen||Sarah Hubbard Bugbee (1684 - 1755)|
Hello again. I also see that this same Josiah III gravestone photo by Julia Engelke is posted (erroneously) on the site for Sarah Hubbard Bugbee (wife of Josiah I). This photo should not be there. As previously mentioned, the other closeup of this stone clearly lists Hannah, died 1799 (= Hanna Welch (1737 - 25 Jul 1977), as the wife of this Josiah Bugbee (III). I will mention this to Ms. Engelke. Did she really refuse to remove her photo from your listing? If so and there is nothing you can do about it, that really seems to be a shortcoming on the part of Find-A-Grave.com. - Allison
|Allison Clausen||RE: Josiah Bugbee 1684 - 1751|
Thanks. I wrote Ms. Engelke a note about the photo and referred her to another closeup photo of the stone from the Find-A-Grave site for Joaiah III d 1804. The inscription is readable in that photo, and it is for Josiah, died 1804. The posting by Anne Stevens for Josiah I (1684 - 1751 or 1754), although it does have the correct gravestone photo, is a duplicate listing. I don't if the listed date of death of 1754 is based on her research or from looking at the stone, and it is (after 260+ New England winters) a very well worn stone. I will have to revisit that question. Thanks for your help. I just wish there weren't so many duplicate listings and incorrect information on Find-A-Grave and I want to try to point it out (with tact) when I can. - Allison
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