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I have been doing research on mine and my husband's family for over 15 years. We have three children and 10 grandchildren. |
I love genealogy, camping in our motorhome, visiting family research locations around the country and lighthouses, reading and playing word games. I am a musician of keyboard and voice and love a variety of music, especially church music.
Searching for my ancestors burial grounds and filming their graves has always been part of my genealogy. I am enjoying adding burials and knowing I am saving these graves from being lost and forgotten. May we always remember where we came from and how they formed who we are.
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|NLColes||RE: Booth Photos|
You're very welcome.
Added by NLColes on Nov 30, 2013 2:48 PM
|Peg Eddy||RE: Harvey Elwood Vaughan photo|
Hi Cheryl -
I included the picture of the Smith stone, as Inez Vaughan Smith was Harvey's sister. According to census and Vt Vital Records, they were both children of Ransom and Etta Balch Vaughan.
And I just added another photo showing only Harvey's stone. Sorry, I thought I'd done that already but must have gotten distracted. It's the best image I could get of the top and I could not manage to get any angle that would show the inscription on the sides. I could barely read what it said "in person", much less get a photo. If I'm down that way again, I'll see if I can do better.
Thanks for the feedback.
Is Harvey your relative? If so, I'd be happy to transfer his memorial to you - just let me know.
Added by Peg Eddy on Oct 05, 2013 1:50 PM
|Joyce French||RE: C T Booth|
Thank you Cherl for all your work...
|Cecil Vaden Jr.||RE: Luther Booth|
Cheryl, Next to Luther was Lucille E. Booth. I added a memorial & picture. I am not related and will transfer if requested.
|Glenn Hoyt||RE: Bolander Photo|
|TLH||Nora & Wm Hicks photo requests|
Can you contact Grove Hill cemetery and get the burial locations for your requests: 214-381-7118
There are over 323 photo requests and the volunteers can not ask for that many locations.
Your requests will get filled with the location information. The cemetery does not like to cooperate with findagrave volunteers.
Added by TLH on Jul 30, 2013 11:57 AM
|Joyce French||RE: Jane McElhany Booth|
You are very welcome, I see all the work you have done and appreciate that very much. I do my genealogy as well as my husbands (Guy Booth French) so I feel I know the Booths as well as I know my ancestors and they are all my childrens ancesters so it has been a labor of love.
|JoAnn Zillmer||Dorothy Zillmer Obituary|
I am Dorothy's daughter in law. I told her niece, Maxine (Neitzel) Dinger about your work with genealogy and the information I had read regarding the Neitzel family history. She doesn't have a computer, so she has asked me to find out from you what your Mother's name was.
She says she remembers getting together at her grandparents house many years ago (Albert and Mina Neitzel)and you were also there as a very young child. She recalls that you had 3 pairs of fancy shoes and she thought your Mother and Mabel (I'm not sure who Mabel would be)must be very rich. Also, she thought the name Valentine was pretty neat.
We are corresponding via letters, and I will forward any information you give me to her. Perhaps the two of you can exchange mailing addresses and get to know things about each other that would be quite interesting. She told me she thought Dorothy would have been very happy to learn of your research, because we both remember that she was very interested in learning about past ancestors too.
Thanks for any assistance you can give me!
|Emily E. Farley Smith||RE: Dixon Austin at Pinelawn|
You're so very welcome. And thank you for being so nice. If it's not too much trouble, once you do find out which cemetery he belongs in, would you let me know? You've got my interest piqued now :) I'm also curious about the word "Resurrection" being used in context with "Pinelawn" on your document. You don't have to and I understand if you don't want to. I'm just curious how the office staff might explain it. It just might clarify a few things for me as well.
Thank you again,
|Emily E. Farley Smith||RE: Dixon Austin at Pinelawn|
Hi there and thank you for your quick reply. In doing a little further research, I think you may need to call both Pinelawn Memorial Park and Saint Charles Cemetery to verify in which of these two Mr. Austin is actually buried.
I say that because Saint Charles Cemetery is also known as Cemetery of the Resurrection and Resurrection Cemetery. Saint Charles is directly across the street from Pinelawn Memorial Park.
The whole little enclave, while in the town of Farmingdale, Suffolk County, is often referred to as "Pinelawn".
If you've ever looked at this area closely, (google maps) you'll see St. Charles across the street from Pinelawn. Pinelawn is flanked on one side by Long Island National Cemetery and on the other side by Beth Moses Cemetery and right next to that is Wellwood Cemetery. It's a confusing area.
Here are the links to each cemetery's main site page - each page has office phone numbers, hours of operation, etc.
Saint Charles - http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=65944
Pinelawn - http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=174076
And I thank you for moving Mr. Austin out of that other cemetery. That one at least, I know, is incorrectly listed here on Find A Grave.
If I can help in anyway or if you have any questions at all, as always, please leave a message on my profile page.
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