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|G Frick||RE: Meeting|
That will be great.
We meet at LDS Family History Center at 4560 Padgett Road, White Plains, Md
See you there!
Added by G Frick on Sep 14, 2010 8:47 AM
I thought I would invite you to the Charles Co Genealogical Society. The group is having the first meeting of the year next Thursday at 7:00 in White Plains.
Hope to see you there.
Added by G Frick on Sep 10, 2010 7:54 AM
Yes, it sure has been too hot.
I have been researching since about 1995 but only took photos for my family. Now, I take photos as often as I can get to S. Md. since it is so
addicting!. The older the stone, the more interesting it is.
What I really want to do is "probe" for sunken stones to uncover. It is so sad to know that
someone's stone is hidden for no one to visit.
We were at St. John's Bumpy Oak recently and a tree had fallen and was on top of several
stones. So many stones were broken. Sad.
It is a peaceful "hobby". It is usually just me/us and the birds.
Added by Margaret on Jul 13, 2010 3:22 PM
|Evab41||RE: Archie G. Swann|
I know how it is sometimes, hard to do things when you want..no problem. Thanks for letting me know. Appreciate the help.
Added by Evab41 on Jul 12, 2010 10:40 PM
|G Frick||RE: hello...|
I belong to the Charles County Genealogical Society and the group has been doing cemetery transcriptions for the past few years. I checked as to what is posted on our website, but did not find them either. You might find our website handy to use. It is:
You might want to join our group and help with the cemetery work. We have monthly meetings in White Plains but are off for the summer.
It is good to hear from someone else in the county being involved with Find A Grave!
Added by G Frick on Jul 09, 2010 4:31 PM
Welcome, you are doing a great job! Also consider carrying a pair of shears or something sharp in case the cemetery crew has not trimmed the flat type of stones.
I found graves last time I visited one cemetery that had been well hidden by grass.
Added by Margaret on Jul 07, 2010 4:22 PM
Thanks for inquiring, I really appreciate your efforts. Catholic records are so hard to find.
Md. Archives does not have them unless the church made them available to be copied.
The Mary, next to William could be her.
She married William and after he died, she might have remarried. Is the information on an OLD type of stone? Is it readable?
I don't know if you are aware but if you carry a small spray bottle and use it to spray the stone, sometimes it is much easier to decipher and/or photograph.
Added by Margaret on Jul 07, 2010 6:39 AM
|Evab41||Archie G. Swann|
Thanks for the gravestone photo of Archie Swann !! I appreciate this so much. While you were there, did you see anymore of the Swann Family ? There were parents and more siblings, which I think may have been there also.
Again, thanks !
Added by Evab41 on Jul 06, 2010 7:57 PM
|G Frick||RE: hello...|
No big deal!
Did you find Mary and William Marr? I looked for awhile until it got too hot, but could not locate them.
Added by G Frick on Jul 06, 2010 11:11 AM
|J. Edward Ross||Re: Laura Mudd|
Thank you very much for uploading the photo of my 3rd Cousins wife, Laura Mudd.
Your time and efforts are greatly appreciated.
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