|Paula Fair (#47269717)|
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I am compiling my family genealogies, including maternal surnames: Montefiore, Cleveland, White, Parker, Sanders. Paternal surnames: Davis, Ramsey, Long, Polsgrove and Southerland. In-laws: Diffendorfer, Diefenderffer, Diffenderffer, Fair, Arnold, Smith. My other hobby, photography, has lead me to Findagrave, where I can combine both obsessions!|
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|P.K. Magruder||RE: Pearl Montefiore Waite|
Thank you very much for asking. Yes, you can use the photos.
As you may be aware, it is difficult to locate graves at Loudon Park without a location, since it is a very large cemetery. There are microfilm copies of Loudon Park burial records at the local LDS Family History Center, but they only go up to 1985.There are two options for obtaining the plot location:1. Contact the Loudon Park office directly at (410) 644-1900. They will do the first few look-ups for free. 2. Pay for Loudon Park to do the look-up. They charge $25 for 4 look-ups. For single look-ups contact me via my FindAGrave profile page and we can work out a way to bundle your request with others.
P.S. In the course of my research, I did find Leo Krimmelbein, Sr. and his wife Mary. Unfortunately, Leo Jr was not buried at the same location. I will be adding memorials with photos for them eventually. If you would like to do that sooner, let me know and I will send you the information.
Added by Candeux on Oct 02, 2013 7:07 PM
|Robert Harlan||RE: Adaline Hill|
You are welcome and you may use it for your genealogy projects.
|Shawn Dawson||Isabella V Hilbert|
I was wondering if I could add your picture to my ancestry.com pages she was my great, great grandmother. Thanks.
Paula, I originally claimed this request in Zionsville cemetery. Someone else fulfilled your request without claiming your request, so I will "un claim" it from my list. Hope there is no confusion--but at least you got your photos!!
Added by JillR on Aug 27, 2013 4:52 PM
|Shelley Mahnke||RE: Frances E. Mason Diffendorfer|
Sure...That would be great....Happy tree hunting!!!
|Larry Swarer||RE: Bertha Staples|
You're welcome Paula... and yes, you most certainly can use them on ancestry.com
Larry Edward Swarer
|susanrkh||RE: Samuel Ensminger|
Ok Paula I probably shouldn't since the Samuel Ensminger is about the only thing I can make out...sorry, at the time I wasn't aware there were more then one of them.
Added by susanrkh on Aug 20, 2013 5:39 AM
I went to Zion Lutheran Cemetery today, a very old cemetery and the older stones very hard to read. I found an area that was shaded by trees and hard to read but could slightly make out Ensminger on some, one with a Samuel but could not make out the dates, I see you are requesting two Samuel's born and died in 1796 and 1797. So I'm not sure where to add the photo or if you even want me to? Let me know what you think.
Added by susanrkh on Aug 16, 2013 1:53 PM
|Jean||Long family in Kentucky|
I am very interested in talking to you about your Long family in Kentucky. I have a family tree that is private on ancestry and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. My original long grandfather Jonathan P.(called Pine) Long born Warren County Kentucky 1832, son of Aron long and Lucinda Lowe, showed up in Henderson county Illinois in 1850. Aron's father was Abner and I believe that Abner was a son of James who lived near Smiths grove. I am trying to get information on the Long family's in that area. I would appreciate any information you might have on the family. Thanks so much!
Added by Jean on Aug 04, 2013 11:29 PM
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