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I enjoy genealogy. I consider myself fairly new at it. I was introduced a couple years ago (2008) by a phone call, out of the blue, from a cousin I didn't know I had. She was researching our family and found me. We share a great grandfather. I was intrigued, and have been researching my family ever since. I find that I can spend all my time researching. There is no end to the information I want to know.|
I research online. I was a computer person (I make my living as an author of computer books), before I started genealogy research. I had seen Find a Grave, but was focused elsewhere and didn't pay attention. Recently (May 2010), I stopped and really looked at Find A Grave. When I realized what it was, I became a fan. I had been meaning to photo a family grave at the local cemetery, so I took some photo requests with me. I discovered I enjoyed being in the cemetery. It is lovely and peaceful. The headstones are interesting. And my body appreciates moving more, rather than sitting in front of the computer all day. So, I have created some pages from photos I have taken at the local cemetery and plan to take a more systematic approach in the future.
I enjoy several different aspects of this research. I enjoy the puzzle, of course. I enjoy sharing information. To me, an important part of the research is making it available to help others with their research. I also enjoy the community of genealogy, cousins, and Find A Grave.
I am quite serious about accuracy. I only enter facts that I am very sure about. If anyone finds errors, let me know, but be prepared to say why you believe my entry is in error. Also, I love to add information if someone offers good data. And, I have no problem with transferring a page to someone who is more closely related to the person.
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|Fay||Maslins at Masonic|
Thank you so much for the transfers - much appreciated!
Added by Fay on Feb 13, 2013 10:58 AM
Thank you so much. That listing has his first name as 'Gudger' though so would you please change it? I believe that is the name he used and makes more sense.
Added by Ellece on Feb 13, 2013 10:27 AM
|Jere Becker||Franklin M Fenley # 88709009|
Thank you for linking him to his parents and adding his full first name and birthplace.
|Jessica Wilesღ||Nate Russell|
Just letting you know that changes have been made. Thanks for the help :)
Sorry, I forgot to mention that only the Perrys in Hillcrest Cemetery. I don't know the others. Marcea
Added by Marcea on Dec 03, 2012 7:04 PM
|Marcea||Perrys in Hillcrest Ccemetery|
Hi Janet. Are you related to the Perrys in Hillcrest Cemetery in La Grande, Oregon? They are my parents, grandparents & Great Grandparents. I don't recognize your name. Are you a relative? If not, would you be willing to transfer to me? There are more relatives of mine there but not as close as my parents etc. Thanks, Marcea
Added by Marcea on Dec 03, 2012 6:59 PM
|LaDon Brennan||JD Russell|
Thanks for super fast response to my SAC, so happy to have him linked.
|The Irish Lady||Hillcrest cem - Lizer/Hall|
While working on family I found Florence Helen (Lizer) Hall here with her husband. The pictures you took were great and detailed.
I wondered if you would allow me to use them in the family research (with credit, of course)? Gail
|Teddie Valade Richardson||Palmyra|
Hi Jan, Palmyra's parents are Elizabeth Wild, memorial #8986777 and George Bunch, memorial #43355930. Thanks
Hi Janet, I got the information that he was buried at the Masonic cemetery from a family tree on Ancestry. I just checked and wasn't able to find him the the cemetery index either, so I'll move him to unknown cemetery for now. Let me know if you have any other ideas. :)Jessica
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