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Anna M (#47313150)
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I have been doing genealogy for a few years. I've found several family members that others have contributed to find-a-grave, so I thought I'd help out too.

My family roots are in Western Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York.
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 • 147 Memorials Added
 • 154 Memorials Managed
 • 1 Memorial/week
 • 255 Photos
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 • 44 Volunteer Photos Taken
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Dottie Miller
RE: Clarissa Thompson
You are welcome, I used my phone and it turned them sideways. once I get them transferred to the computer I will delete and re submit.
Added by Dottie Miller on May 29, 2014 4:12 PM
George Harger
RE: Millie & Tillie Harger
That small stone is likely Henry. There are 5 Hargers indicated in the same plot. Looks like Hattie is on two stones. Do not know much about this group yet.
Added by George Harger on Mar 10, 2014 8:18 PM
George Harger
Millie & Tillie Harger
Thank you for the photos.
I like the close and distant views.
Looks like snow is clearing.
Added by George Harger on Mar 10, 2014 2:51 PM
Marsha
RE: Alberto Pritchard Lytle
I am sorry I don't think I saw this message before.

Albert Prichard Lytle is my husbands paternal grandfather. His mother Elotia Arminta Prichard I have her born in 1860, Illinois
Her father Ethan Allen Prichard born 1832 in Malone, NY
Her mother Sarah Elzora Wilkins born 1833 Ridgeway, NY

I hope this is helpful,
Marsha
Added by Marsha on Jan 17, 2014 2:18 PM
blackburnbunch
Warren Reese
Thank you for taking the photo, your time is much appreciated!
Added by blackburnbunch on Dec 05, 2013 5:57 PM
Dottie Miller
RE: Clarissa Thompson
your welcome I have gone into that cemetery a few times and had taken photos a couple years ago.
Added by Dottie Miller on Aug 30, 2013 1:03 PM
Furman L Mitchum III
RE: Oldham
Although Harry did have one son, Janet was in fact my grandmother, would love to speak with you privately, I've a lot of info to share.
Added by Furman L Mitchum III on Aug 29, 2013 2:53 PM
Furman L Mitchum III
RE: Photo
More than happy too, I believe I may have some Clapp photos as well, but I do have several reunion photos with patriarch David Oldham with many members I just can't place. Harry and Nellie were my great great grandparents, my great grandfather was Lawrence.
Added by Furman L Mitchum III on Aug 29, 2013 6:23 AM
Tom Jensen
RE: Kirsten & Hans Jensen
Anna
Please email a copy of the map for the graves in the Memorial Washington Reform Presbyterian Cemetery. I would also like photos of the graves for James and Augusta. I don't know who they are but we seem to be related in some way to the Jensens in the area. The dates on the stones may help.
I also found that Hans and Kirsten had a baby girl Johanna Lyche Jensen 25Feb 1930 who was stillborn. She was buried 26Feb 1930 in North Cemetery in St Charles. (Illinois Deaths and Stillborns Index 1916-1947 FHL Film number 1643610)(If that helps) I have been unable to find any list of graves for North Cemetery, infact I found notation that no list of graves exists for this site. Do you have access to any information on this grave in North Cemetery that may help.If not can you point me in the right direction.
Thanks. Your help is greatly appreciated.
Tom
Added by Tom Jensen on Jan 02, 2013 10:09 PM
Tom Jensen
Thank You
Thank you for taking the time to get these pictures for us. Is there a place where I can get a map of this cemetery? If not can you give a basic description of where these graves can be found. That way I could include the directions for the other family members who are on the west coast.
Thank you again and best wishes during the new year.
Tom
Added by Tom Jensen on Dec 31, 2012 11:02 PM
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