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Bob Law (#46934054)
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Bio Photo I have been working on my family genealogy since 1960. I have done extensive research on most of my families. I have photographs of over 600 Helm family and related family members. I enjoy doing the research and filming in the cemeteries, especially in family cemeteries that may in the future be destroyed. I will be glad to help anyone that I can. All of the entries that I made were made individually so I would not be surprised to find errors. Anyone that finds an error please contact me and I will be more than happy to correct it.

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Mike Ritchie
RE: G. Duncan
Hi Bob,
I had a quick look around on the couple. He was a granite mason and he and Isabella were living in Jasmine Street, Aberdeen in the 1891 census soon after their marriage on 27 February 1891. This would fit as many of the granite yards were situated around the Pittodrie area of the town about half a mile from where they lived. Isabella had been a Flax Mill worker ling at 21 Cotton Street. She would have worked at the Broadford works in Maberley Street, Aberdeen a mill which is still standing although now derelict.
George is the son of George Duncan (a lodge porter at a paper works) and Elizabeth Falconer. Isabella's parents came from the country - she was born in Leslie, Aberdeenshire although she spent most of her younger years living in Inverurie where her father John Annand was a quarry worker. Mother was Ann Sutherland.
I hope this information is of use.
Mike
Added by Mike Ritchie on Aug 02, 2015 5:55 AM
A.G.P.
Green Lawn Cem
Hi, Bob, I've been meaning to write The Franklin Favorite for years to correct their spelling in obits calling Green Lawn "Greenlawn" and now suddenly Find A Grave has started doing it too. Do you know anything about this change. All the old records, county, state, and in national repositories all use two words. Why the change here? I wonder. Best wishes, Ann P.
Added by A.G.P. on Jul 24, 2015 12:47 PM
Bobby
RE: Charles Gillum
i took a few Gillums, will add them soon. they were all buried togetehr
Added by Bobby on Jul 19, 2015 12:44 PM
ArkieBuzz
Duplicate Memorial
I believe you have entered a duplicate memorial for Louisa Harris Gillium. Find A Grave Memorial# 125766400.
Added by ArkieBuzz on Jul 09, 2015 12:07 PM
Darrin Moore
RE: Fraklin McReynolds
Hello Bob,

Glad I could help.

I took the picture last Saturday. Sorry the picture is not better. The marker was mostly submerged in water. It rained nearly every day the two weeks prior. Some other markers were also covered with water, and the cemetery grounds was spongy.

I will retake the photo if I return to the cemetery. I am not planning a trip anytime soon.

Thanks,
Darrin
Added by Darrin Moore on Jun 27, 2015 7:25 AM
Allison Ferris Pierce
Mertie McFarlin
Thank you!
Added by Allison Ferris Pierce on Jun 14, 2015 10:37 AM
Allison Ferris Pierce
Mertie McFarlin
You have 2 ages for this person in the BIO section of your memorial ~ one is 95y & the other is 44y. With his dates of 1890-1934, I would imagine your second age is the correct one. Thought you might want to remove the 95y age.
Added by Allison Ferris Pierce on Jun 14, 2015 8:46 AM
TAM
Susan Emma Nesbitt Byrn
Thank you for adding the information to Susan Nesbitt Byrn's memorial.
Added by TAM on May 25, 2015 7:21 PM
acybersleuth
RE: Edward P. Torian
Thanks, Bob!
Added by acybersleuth on May 22, 2015 8:05 PM
acybersleuth
RE: Edward P. Torian
Thank you! I wanted to link him to his parents, and siblings, but wasn't sure which memorial to use.
His is such a sad case; he seems to have been married three times; first two wives, and possibly the third, all died young in childbirth or soon after, along with their babies, all within just a few years of marriage; and his only known child who survived infanthood died before age 2, and then Edward himself died just a few years later; all this happened within about a decade of time. I wonder if he didn't die of a broken heart!
Thanks, Bob, for all you do!
Added by acybersleuth on May 22, 2015 10:01 AM
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