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Most but not all of my memorials are family, however if someone is a closer relation please let me know and I will gladly transfer.|
Always grateful for additonal biographical information and photos to add these memorials.
Those we love don't go away,
They walk beside us every day,
Unseen, unheard, but always near,
Still loved, still missed, and very dear.
So much has changed since you've been gone, through ups and downs our lives move on,
But as time rolls by one thing remains true,
We'll always have memories of you.
- Author Unknown
How many ancestors do you have?
2nd Great-Grandparents 16
3rd Great-Grandparents 32
4th Great-Grandparents 64
5th Great-Grandparents 128
6th Great-Grandparents 256
7th Great-Grandparents 512
8th Great-Grandparents 1,024
9th Great-Grandparents 2,048
10th Great-Grandparents 4,096
11th Great-Grandparents 8,192
12th Great-Grandparents 16,384
13th Great-Grandparents 32,768
14th Great-Grandparents 65,536
15th Great-Grandparents 131,072
16th Great-Grandparents 262,144
17th Great-Grandparents 524,288
18th Great-Grandparents 1,048,576
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|Clinton McClellan Smith||RE: Campbell|
All of the information that I have on the Campbells
I got from the cemetery director in Hebron.
I would suggest that you contact the Washington County Historian, Loretta Bates, at Fort Edwards. Her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are able to make some connections I would appreciate hearing about it.
Best of luck,
Clinton McClellan Smith
|Richard Morrison||Elizabeth Porter|
Your Elizabeth is buried in Wilmington & Brandywine Cemetery.
See the record at https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1942-24449-13040-65?cc=1447341&wc=13684803
I resubmitted a much better picture.
Added by Samantha on Sep 28, 2013 2:27 PM
|Samantha||RE: Joanna Knapik|
It is hard to read and i will try to get a better picture or a rubbing of the stone that you will be able to read. I could read it at the right angle and lighting, but yes, this is the right stone.
Added by Samantha on Sep 25, 2013 8:00 PM
The photograph that you mentioned is not the same Elizabeth that you are looking for. She was married to Alexander not Thomas. I don't remember if there are any other unreadable stones near Thomas but if I get back to the cemetery I'll try to look for you. Is there any chance she was buried in Washington D.C. with her parents?
Added by Penny on Sep 23, 2013 4:40 PM
|Elroy Davis||RE: Smyth Memorials|
Feel free to use the photos that I took on any websites that you would like to.
|Ramona Norris||RE: Reardon|
I've added the photos to both Anna and Elizabeth. I should have thought to check for them myself - sorry, I am new at this.
|MJD Dexter||Matilda Campbell|
Please you may add anything you wish on her memorial.
|Alison||Schmidt - Wetaskiwin Cemetery|
Right at the end of Carl & Maria's plots there is a small marker for Dale A Schmidt
July 7 1949
July 21 1949
I would presume this is a son of theirs. If so would you like to create a page for him and I can add a photo for you
Added by Alison on Jun 09, 2013 6:49 PM
|Lloyd Castner||RE: Othel Wiley|
The name and dates are badly worn. I could hardly read it without the camera
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