|Marilyn Harrison (#47244775)|
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|I have been tracing my family for many years and now that I have found Find A Grave, I am trying to link families together from grave to grave. I just love doing this because it seems to bring a closer to the family when they are finally linked together. It is not just a lonely grave lost in a cemetery somewhere. A lot of the reason I do this is so that my children will be able to have a connection with their ancestors. I have a large family, 33 grandchildren and as of this date (March 2014) I have 76 great grandchildren. Who would have ever believed it!|
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|Graceti||RE: Elders and Smaills|
Thank you for your message.
I'm happy to see the memorials go to someone who has a connection to the people and is willing to add the family links and bio info.
Added by Graceti on Aug 16, 2014 4:56 AM
|KMS||RE: Rex Leland Harrison|
Glad to make contact again, Marilyn. My cousin Ronald Ford (also a grandchild of Lillian Harrison) and I are enjoying building family trees on Ancestry.com. Ron's is public - the Ford-Davis family tree.
Added by KMS on Aug 12, 2014 11:37 PM
We might be related. I have some Elders in my tree from the Huntingdon area.
|KMS||Rex Leland Harrison|
Hi, Marilyn. I saw that you posted a picture of Rex Harrison on Find A Grave. How are you related? My mother was Selma (Ford) Peterson, the daughter of Lillian (Harrison) Ford, so Rex was her uncle and my grand uncle.
Kaetchen (Peterson) Schaefer
Added by KMS on Aug 12, 2014 5:40 PM
|Graceti||Elder memorials at Elgin|
No need to transfer these back to me.
Added by Graceti on Aug 10, 2014 11:48 AM
|Sheila Kinniburgh||RE: Browns|
No Problem. Let me know if you see any others. There is no way for me to properly manage all of these memorials. I had some spare time this week so I thought I would update this site to help out others that are doing research. Finding a long lost relative is like winning the lotto.
Have you ever visited this cemetery?
Please double check my data entries for errors. I may have typed something wrong. a good website is
|Debi Burgess||RE: Tannahill memorial|
You are welcome. I have done it myself! Deb
|Sheila Kinniburgh||George A biggar Death 1882|
I noticed this on the Huntingdon Gleaner website
02-15-1882 George A. Biggar, died suddenly, of congestion of the brain, at Corning Iowa, Aged 19 years 11 months.
|Walking the Past||re. Mullin Memorials|
You are very welcome, I'm glad they have family to take care of them now!
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