|Genfem||Roy Chester boring and wife|
Hello I am updating Berkebile families in America (6th edition) of which Chester Roy Boring is a descendant. Could I use your photo of him and his wife in the new edition? You would of course be given credit for the photo
If you have questions you can reach me at email@example.com just put Boring in the heading
Added by Genfem on Dec 16, 2013 12:12 PM
|Jan A||RE: Catherine Chapman|
Thanks! I have seen this many times: people going by the middle name vice the first. ..... Jan
Added by Jan A on Oct 12, 2013 7:46 PM
|Jeanie Brown||Location of Barr Cemetery Road|
If you haven't already located Barr Cem. Rd - Take Rte 22 east out of Blairsville - Barr Cem. Rd is off to the left just before Mt Tabor Church - dirt road. Twists back into the woods, stay right - cemetery on the right off the road just a bit.
|Melissa||barr cemetery location|
where is barr cemetery? (i only found it was in west wheatfield twp., which doesnt really help me)
Added by Melissa on Oct 10, 2012 6:22 AM
|mygenpassion||Palmer family links|
Jane Haddon: Find A Grave Memorial# 55354990
Spouse: David Palmer Find A Grave Memorial# 55354970
David Palmer Find A Grave Memorial# 55354970
Father: David Palmer Find A Grave Memorial# 55354926
I have been in touch with Tina Bokar about the change for Mary Polly Palmer Shoup.
|Michael Milliken||Edward Hale Dickie|
Thanks for joining Edw H Dickie with the rest of his family on FindaGrave. Also thanks for updating his info. I appreciate your work.
I am relaited to the Quick Family, My Grandparents are from Moshannon, Potter Twp,in Centre Co. Please contact me to see if we are relaited? firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank You Sandy
Added by SMQC on Aug 28, 2011 11:39 AM
|Jerry Fair||James Fair|
I added family links to James' parents Susan and Samuel. In addition, I added some family bio information on James' memorial with the year James' father Samuel was born. I do not know when Samuel died. Also, I added the names of Samuel's parents. I do not know where his parents are buried. I do know that they are buried somewhere in Butler County where Samuel was born.
When I photograph grave markers and they are difficult to read, I do a rubbing using typing paper and a black crayon. Many old grave markers in eastern PA are made of brownstone. Brownstone degrades very quickly compared to marble or granite. Doing a rubbing usually does the trick.
Thanks for all of your help!
|Jerry Fair||RE: James Fair Grave Photo|
Yes, they are related. It would be very kind of you to add their grave photos. If they are not in findagave, would you be so kind as to add their memorials.
Your findagrave friend,
|Jerry Fair||James Fair Grave Photo|
Thank you ever so much for photographing James' grave marker. The neat thing is that you added two photos.
I have made a quest to honor all my relatives who have served in the military. The Fairs have served in the military since the Revolutionary War up to and including Iraq and Afghanistan.
Your photographs are merely photos to some, to me they are a treasure.
Copious amounts of gratitude,
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