|Suzanne Franklin (#47043181)|
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Hi, in 2008 I joined the Findagrave family. Am new at this but am learning quickly. Have contributed family gravesite pictures and information, please feel free to take a look. Almost all are located in the Rutland, IL Cemetery and most are in reference to my father's maternal side of Proctor.|
Am always wanting new instruction and guidance. Please teach me!
Family history is to me documentation, documentation, documentation along with source, source, source. If our information intersects PLEASE contact me, I love new facts and details!
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|Barb Destromp||Chloe Frink Hodges|
R added to name...
Choloe's mother was a Whittemore and My mother was a Whittemore.. What a small world... My mother's ancestor removed to Eden Vermont about 1800 and died there in 1845.. (Charles Whittemore Find A Grave # 11175467). My mother's line follows: Charles, Kingsbury, Ira, Floyd, and her (Barbara L.), then me...
|DCM||RE: Franklin's and Carter's|
Yes, that would be fine, she is my great, grand mother. I have many other photos of her that I am going to try to add when I get chance...
Added by DCM on Apr 01, 2013 5:46 PM
|Wendi B||RE: Two Stones Not Clear|
I posted the pictures, but as you can see, they are not much to look at. I will take another crack at Ebenezer Dimuck when I have a chance, now that I have figured out the layout of the cemetery.
Added by Wendi B on Sep 05, 2012 5:35 PM
|Barb Destromp||Rufus Frink|
I have added the info and corrected Rufus last name... and he also is linked to his parents...
Have a great day!
|Jodi (Cohen) Bolden||RE: Findagrave Thank You|
You are welcome(but no thanks really needed,its only right to honor someone who made such a difference in someones life:) my grandmother loved yellow roses as well and had a very sad little bush that had no hope of producing buds but she would not dig it up! The 2nd year it produced 1 flower on her son's birthday(he died in a car wreck years before) and never again..She never dug it up...To this day yellow roses makes me think of my grandma(as im sure it makes you think as well) have a great day,Jodi
|Debbie||RE: Elmer Harms Flowers|
It was my pleasure. *smiles*
I am hoping my new work schedule actually takes place on 4 June. They have changed the date several times. As it is I'm so tired when I get home I barely have time to do anything. I feel bad that I have not been able to pay my respects, even to my own family.
Have a safe and Happy Memorial Day. BTW: I love roses and tulips just like your Dad. *smiles*
"Remember and Honor our Armed Forces"
Added by Debbie on May 28, 2012 1:33 AM
|Lance||RE: Elmer Harms Memorial|
Added by Lance on May 19, 2012 5:23 PM
Hi-just so you know, Wildwood Cemetery in Chesaning was photographed several years ago, and can be found at this link:
I believe you will find Charles there.
|Carol Crawford||John Prothero - Ferncliff|
just to let you know his grave is unmarked. It is right on the drive close to McCreight sec M lot 13. Cemetery records show him being born in South Wales.
Marked graves in this sec are:
Elizabeth Prothero 1853 - 1922
Frank Wilby Prothero 1864 - 1927
Parker J Prothero 1908 - 1975
|Chris Nelson||RE: Thomas Waldron|
No problem! I'm glad you have some good info to add to his memorial page!
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