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Joyce N. (#47320447)
 member for 5 years, 4 months, 15 days
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Bio Photo My dad got me interested in his genealogy in 1987. He only had a little bit of information and an old family Bible from his mother's grandmother. I have always enjoyed going to cemeteries and reading the old stones, so this fits right in with a 'love' of mine.
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 • 100 Memorials Added
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Kathy Sturgess Ouimet
Deleted duplicates
Thank you for your note. I also deleted their daughter, Rosalie's duplicate memorial.
Added by Kathy Sturgess Ouimet on Nov 07, 2014 7:43 PM
RE: James Patrick Fagan
Transfer's done. Was great to see his picture!
Added by kswh on Oct 29, 2013 6:57 AM
Rick Bushong
Harpersfield Cemetery Photos
Thank you for looking for Gideon Beardsley's stone in the Harpersfield Cemetery. I'm not sure where else to look. Let me know if you spot it elsewhere.

Added by Rick Bushong on Dec 21, 2012 8:50 AM
Renae Burgess Linn
RE: Jonathan Spencer
Could you tell me what their memorial nimber is so I can move them? Thank you.

Added by Renae Burgess Linn on Oct 15, 2012 10:13 PM
Ron Stephens
RE: Abraham Lincoln Spencer
His parents were: AMOS DANIEL SPENCER [born 22 Nov 1822 in Maryland, Otsego County, NY; died 16 Nov 1895 in Maryland, Otsego County, NY] & MARY ELVIRA BARNES [born 15 Nov 1829 in Maryland, Otsego County, NY; died 3 May 1908 in Maryland, Otsego County, NY]. Both are buried in the Spencer [aka Potato Creek Dip] Cemetery. I've asked JJ Coppinger to link them.

Ron Stephens
Added by Ron Stephens on Oct 15, 2012 6:29 AM
Old History Buff
RE: Utters in Oak Grove Cemetery, Kansas City

I have never been there, but did find this information, "Joel Thornton, Archivist at the Wyandotte County Museum, keeps the cemetery records. Contact Joel at 913-721-1078, by FAX at 913-721-1394 or by E-Mail at" I hope this helps.

I am not related, but do western history research. Mahon's father-in-law was Allison J. Pliley, a rather famous old scout on the plains in the 1860's.


Added by Old History Buff on Apr 17, 2012 5:34 PM
Thank you Joyce
I was happy to see the picture of Alice.
It took you no time at all in doing it.
this certainly is a wonderful resource for
those of us on
Thank you again so much,
Added by Marsha on Jul 24, 2011 5:44 PM
Bob Thomas
Alice E. Sherman - Find A Grave Memorial# 58874317
Thanks for all the great photos.

I see that Alice E. is listed on the photo of the stone for her father Frederick Sherman

There is a request for a photo of the stone for Alice E. Sherman -- you could fulfill that request by copying the photo to that memorial

Alice E. Sherman - Find A Grave Memorial# 58874317

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A Find A Grave photo request has just been made in your area. If you are able to take this photograph, please read the 'Instructions for Photographers' paragraph at the end of this email.

Name: Alice E. Sherman (1881 - 1882)
Note from contributor: Hello,I would appreciate a photo of Alice Sherman's grave marker.It would be for our family ancestry pages.Thank you in advance,Marsha Sherman Hix


All the best,

Bob Thomas
Added by Bob Thomas on Jul 22, 2011 2:44 PM
Barbara Anne (Brownell) Potter
Thank you for the great photo's and for your time.
Added by Barbara Anne (Brownell) P... on Mar 04, 2011 2:16 PM
Hamilton Center Cemetery

Thank you for shooting the POOL graves you could find at Hamilton Center Cemetery. There aren't very many because the family moved to Ohio in the 1820s or early 1830s. I do notice the shot for Joseph POOL (1817-1819) [link # #33112328]. You need to copy that to Joseph's sister Mariah POOL (1815-1819) [link # #33112327]. I notice how beautiful and articulate that gravestone is. They don't make them like that now.
Added by treerpgmo on Nov 20, 2010 9:43 PM
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