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|I have been doing genealogy since I was in junior high school...now that I am disabled I research mainly through the internet. Sites like this one not only has helped me, but, I try to share what I have with others.|
I am doing research on the Adolph's from France. The Saul's and Peterson families.
Once in awhile I am able to go out to the local cemetery and take photographs. When I am out taking photos of family tombstones, I try to take a few of the stones nearby so that maybe I can help someone looking for those individuals.
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|James Noble||RE: family|
Betty Jean Prestwood. She is My 3RD Cousin. My great Grandmother Is Harriet Ellla Smith Grace Einfeldt
|ella morgan||i think we are family|
are you family to the burnie family??? carie burnie was my great grandma if you are family to the burnie family please contact me at email@example.com my name is ella morgan or call me 2084682263 that would be great to chat with you
|Beth Gatlin||Sven T. Anderson|
Thank you for adding Sven T. Anderson to Find A Grave and posting a photo of his tombstone. He was my great-great-grandfather Andrew T. Anderson's brother. I have added a photo of him.
|John Losee||RE: Grave 37593570 - Elizabeth Ellis|
Thanks for deleting Aunt Elizabeth's duplicate listing. And YES! Everyone thought her name was "Elizabeth Margaret", but sometime after her death, her birth certificate surfaced and her granddaughter told me her name was really "Margaret Elizabeth"! So, for genealogical purposes we started using "Margaret Elizabeth", even though we all just refer to her as "Elizabeth". That's nice that you knew her. I never got to meet her, although our families exchanged letters often. She was my mother's father's sister. My mother met her once, years ago when she and Jake lived in Colby. Mom was in her early 20's I believe (this would've been in the 1940's), and she and a girfriend drove to Colorado to see another girlfriend, and made a stop in Colby to visit Aunt Elizabeth. How nice she was able to go to your wedding. I guess she was healthy right up until she died. Her granddaughter shared a picture with me once that was taken just 3 days before she died - they were having a family visit together. Anyway, thanks again, and take care.
John Aust Losee
|Mindy Adamson-Wahl||RE: Fields|
Oh yes, I seen the other memorial shortly after I wrote you and I deleted mine. Well if there is anything else I can do for you let me know
Hi I added a memorial for Clyde, Laura's husband, so I could add the photo for him also. I also contacted the owner of Laura's memorial and asked her to put the memorial in the correct cemetery. So hopefully that will be done soon. I am now working on the other two requests. They are not all together. Laura and Clyde are in the Burns Memorial Gardens. Nora and Emmett are in the old city cemetery, which is also called the Elko City Cemetery. So I will find them soon.
|Tammy Hay||Frank Trask|
Thank you so much for the photo of Frank Trask's headstone.
|Diana Staresinic-Deane||Maplewood information|
Thanks for the corrections. I was inputting from one of the Tombstone Inscription books and was unable to see the stones! I also checked the newspaper index for the Emporia Gazette and could not find Frank Trask; I'll check the Emporia News next time I'm at the library. If he's family, I'm happy to transfer his memorial to you. Just let me know.
THANK YOU for the CANNONs Plot & son's info.
|Machel Hogan||Thank You|
I wanted to say thank you for fulfilling the photo request I had posted for my great grandfather, Charles Stair. It is truly appreciated, and will help me in my quest to discover more about my paternal family!
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