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I have been researching my family's roots since 2000. The names I am most interested in researching are: Bybee & Skeele on my mother's side and Stover & Graves on my father's side. If I have created a memorial or I am maintaining one that is your relative and not in my direct line, please let me know and I may be able to transfer it to you.|
Please contact individual photographers for permission prior to posting their photos on any other site.
Thanks, Kay :-)
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|Ben G||RE: Mary & Eben Maxwell photo|
Feel free to use the photos. There were more names on the reverse of this stone (their children?), I have updated those Maxwell memorials as well.
Added by Ben G on May 20, 2016 9:30 AM
|Bocephus||RE: Alice Maxwell photo|
Glad I could help out with your photo request. Sure use these pictures anyway you want!
Added by Bocephus on Apr 22, 2016 2:03 PM
|Anonymous||Maxwell family Tree|
My Name is Timothy Donnelly. I am currently researching John Maxwell (B.1815). He is my Great Great Great Grandfather. His Son, my Great-G-Gf William, (B. 1849), appears to be mistakenly deceased at a very young age, in a number of other family Trees. I am also interested on the other direct ancestors of John and how that information was ascertained. Any information you can provide would be greatly appreciated. I've viewed the information inputted by you on find a grave with Jessie Munro Maxwell and the information that I obtained are just about the same... I can also be reached at TMD426@aol.com. I am currently corresponding with Daniel Lewis with regards to this information ...
Thank you in advanced
|Heather Gorrie Mahoney||RE: Ebenezer Cemetery, Salt Springs, Nova Scotia|
Hi Kay, I was wondering if there is a problem with the pictures I sent for the above mentioned cemetery as I don't see them posted yet.
Please let me know asap if there is a problem as I thought you were in a rush for them.
|Kathryn ||RE: Robert Maxwell photo|
Kay. There was two gravestones, each had four sides, one for Maxwell and one for McKim.
The gravestone for the Maxwell, has Robert and Mary on one side, John A (1876 - 1939), his wife Laura Marsh (1881 - 1960), and T.R. (1870 - 1948) on another side (this photo did not come out good because of the sun)and on the third side is Frank M., 1905 - 1989; his wife Alice Fraser, 1913 - 2000; Her daughter Lola Redden, 1938 - 1997; her daugher Glenda Boonie, 1939 - 2010. The fourth side had no writing.
The second gravestone has on the first side, Ebena M. McKim 1888 - 1912, also an infant. Then Isaac O'B McKim, 1855 - 1949; his wife Margaret E. McLean, 1848 - 1941. Side two, George Wm, 1898 - 1915. Side three, Mary McLean, 1860 - 1925; Ellie McLean, 1871 - 1953. The fourth side has no writing.
Added by Kathryn on Oct 04, 2012 4:40 PM
|BobBoston||RE: Photos of Lewises in Lindenwood Cemetery|
You are welcome.
Yes there was a Harriet A Sheldon. buried 7/6/1926 in grave 5. CemeteryFind lists her as Harriet "L" Sheldon, perhaps for LEWIS? she is on the back side of the obilisk.
|Carl Nord||RE: Deacon George Spencer|
Absolutely use it. No need for credit. I will try and get a better close up soon. The sun was all wrong.
The one side of the monument is Marvin, and the last person there died in 2006 as I recall (Emmie Marvin). They were a very prominent family in the town. I lived right next door to the cemetery for 15 years and have studied the local history a lot.
In addition Georges wife was a Pratt which was a very prominent family in the late 1700s and 1800s in the town next door, Essex, where I grew up
|Alvarado-Consiglio||RE: Samuel H. Westfall|
You are welcome.
|T.R. Patterson||RE: Rory McCoy|
Of course you may use my photo for your project.
I may update this photo this spring/summer when the ground greens up a bit :)
|Geno77- James Noble||photo usage|
You are more than welcome to use any of my photos
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