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Sandie Cassiday (#47170733)
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I have been researching my family since 1978. Almost all records that I manage are connected in some way to my husband's and my family.
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Pattie Ford
RE: Katherine Gibson
LOL! I totally get it getting carried away and getting off track!!

Enjoy
Pattie
Added by Pattie Ford on Nov 10, 2014 4:34 PM
Pattie Ford
Katherine Gibson
Hi Sandie

Thank you for catching my error!! I have de linked her. Are you related at all?

Pattie
Added by Pattie Ford on Nov 10, 2014 3:10 PM
Sandi Litzenberg
RE: Catharine Kime
LOL.. YES!! I know exactly how it is when ya start tracking someone.. no matter how distant away in the tree they are, once I start looking into someone I can't seem to let it go until I complete the branch and 'find' their final resting place..

This site has been a tremendous help in sooooo many ways I can't count them all... I absolutely love it.. and I truly enjoy helping others find their ancestors as well.. Just the other day, I was able to find and photograph a handful of graves that had eluded several other contributors for many years now.. I only had to hike about a 1/2 mile into a forest located on private property, climb to the top of hill, crawl thru poison ivy & oak to slip thru an old rusty fence enclosure & dig thru 150 yrs of leaves, weeds, dirt & brush to find them!! But I did it.. so I patted myself on the back & took about 30 photos.. then I got home and went to load them on my computer and about cried.. I had forgotten to change the settings on my camera for the low light environment of the woods and all but 4 came out blurry :( I was so excited that I had finally located these graves that changing the settings never even crossed my mind LOL!! OH WELL.. maybe I'll get back there before the snow flies..

Added by Sandi Litzenberg on Oct 03, 2014 8:13 AM
Sandi Litzenberg
Catharine Kime
Hello Cousin..

I Hope all is well with you..

I've taken care of the edits that you sent for Catharine Kime.. Would you like me to transfer her over to you as well?

Added by Sandi Litzenberg on Oct 02, 2014 8:10 PM
Richard Juhl
Iver Rasmuson #133196914
FYI...Iver has a grave marker at Crown Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, Colorado, Block 46, right next to his wife (Helma). I added photos for both of them. Cheers, Richard
Added by Richard Juhl on Sep 20, 2014 12:44 PM
Scout
Whoops

Hit the enter button. I am watching, but doesn't hurt to let me know. I could miss them. I have a friend who is having the same prob. with a Berrien Co. transcription.
Added by Scout on Sep 15, 2014 5:57 PM
Scout
Doubles
Added by Scout on Sep 15, 2014 5:55 PM
Scout
Woodward

We finished photographing there today. Now to get them all up. The transcription was a bit hard to wok from, listing some people twice, but is a different way. I have been catching them as I put up the stones. I will try to figure it out as I go, and always happy for the help.
Added by Scout on Sep 13, 2014 5:42 PM
Scout
Peck

Once I get the photos up you may gladly ask for transfers. It is just easier for me if I can edit and link as I go. I appreciate your understanding.
Added by Scout on Sep 12, 2014 9:50 AM
Scout
Peck

Please delete yours since you are in the wrong cemetery. I have been through this situation before, and the person who has the correct cemetery is the one that has priority. Since we are transcribing, and photographing this entire cemetery I wish to have be able to edit as I add the photos.
Added by Scout on Sep 12, 2014 9:36 AM
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