|Elisha Milner (#47111755)|
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I am a Colorado native and spend most of my free time recreating in the outdoors; skiing, hiking, biking, camping and fishing. If I do spend time indoors, I am "fishing" on line for missing ancestors. |
I do have an insatiable curiosity about my own origins and that of all mankind throughout history. I am especially fond of memorials for fallen soldiers. I ponder the ultimate sacrifice such unsung heroes had to make, usually having left behind no heirs, and all too often forgotten. Currently I am working on sourcing information about my triple- great-grandfather that perished as a P.O.W. @ Andersonville, GA, prison during the civil war.
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|mab||RE: Fannie and Alexander|
Not a problem...Family is good. Would you please change Alex to Alexander and Fannie to Fannie Esler Mudd Sanders. I would also like to connect the children. Will send links to add. Thanks Cousin.:)
Added by mab on Sep 21, 2014 11:53 AM
Are you related to the Sanders family? Fannie and Alexander are buried there along with some other families. If you are not, would you be willing to transfer to me? They are my g-g-grandparents. If you are, I will send you the Find A Grave numbers.
Added by mab on Sep 19, 2014 1:54 PM
|Leon Barton||Fairmount & Wiley Cemeteries|
It is great you found your family. I am happy to transfer your family to you. Have a great day.
|Nan||Hello Cousin Elisha|
Welcome to Find A Grave's main site. Yes, cousins Mike and Brian are members here also, so be sure to check out their profile pages for other memorials for shared relatives - just click on their names in my list of friends on my profile page.
I have unblocked access to my two Milner family tree virtual cemeteries for you to have a more organized look through ancestors memorials. I am constantly adding and updating them as I find more information.
If you want to create you own virtual cemetery for them it's easy, just go to your contributor tools page and create one. Then as you find memorials in mine or other's vc's, you can select to add them to your virtual cemetery. I will eventually block mine again for public viewing - long story.
And I found you listed on page 63 of the Milner book I published back in 1987. You were born the same year as my son. It's nice to see those of your generation continue and interest in family history and ancestors.
I'll send you an email down the road so that you have my email addy. Meanwhile, if you have any questions on participating in and contributing to Find A Grave, please feel free to ask.
Added by Nan on Apr 04, 2009 12:13 PM
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