|Shelley Brown (#47332990)|
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I love geneaology and I love the peace,beauty , and history that I find in cemeteries. It brings me great satisfaction when I can locate a headstone for someone. I'm attempting to pay my respects to all of my ancestors and visit all of their gravesites. It will take a long time but already it has been very rewarding.|
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hi, I know there were photos on this memorial, but I just added one with the stone more legible.
Added by CHerr on Jun 16, 2012 8:37 PM
|Robin Arvickson||RE: Grave of Francis Boss|
Thank you, and yes, Union Army. I may look for another company once I finish Co. K, but haven't decided for sure.
|Robin Arvickson||Grave of Francis Boss|
I live in Erie, PA and am working on a volume of grave locations for veterans of Co. K, 145th PVI. Francis Boss (also known as Green Boss) served in the 145th and the 88th OVI. I would like your permission to use the picture you posted of his grave in this compilation. I will cite you as the source.
|Tom ODELL||Justin Melvin|
Thanks so much for taking a photo of Justin Melvin's gravestone, he was my great grandmother's father. It makes my family history seem more real and tangible. It's nice that you do this for people Shelley. Thanks again.
|Culletto180||Baker's of Chester Cemetery|
Hi there! I am going away for the weekend but early next week I will call the cemetery to confirm burial. Did you find any Baker's while looking in the cemetery??
Thanks for your help
|Megan Wallace||Vaclav Neckar|
So I am doing my Geneaology and looked on this site and to my shock I found a very old picture of Vaclav Neckar with Clara Neckar and I'm assuming other family members. Is this part of your Geneaology? Or someone else's?
|Chad Changus||RE: william brown stone|
hi again shelley, i went to the cemetery yesterday with one thing in mind-finding your G. Grandfather. I set out to clean a bunch of gravestones and find william, with the info you provided me i found the stone that says wm brown with no dates i'm gonna post that on his memorial as i believe it is your G. Grandfather. William is located in block 3 for your records.
Another thing i found interesting is the two headstones for mary which are located in block 4 for your records are accurate except when looking at them the bigger stone of the two just says "BROW" very intersting that it is misspelled, also i wonder why Mary sutliff didnt have a death year on the stone it says died but no date.
anyways i took close ups as well so i'll put them on too.
|Chad Changus||william brown stone|
hi shelley my name is chad and i do the find a grave here in carroll co. arkansas, i have went through this cemetery many many times looking for william's stone. is there any info that you can give me like a lot number or location maybe as this is a pretty big cemetery and i havent come acrossed a brown yet. the name sticks in my head as my dad is named william middle name brown no relation but i am going to find him for you, do you know waht his middle initial is as i found a william brown in the shady grove cemetery which is west of berryville close to eureka but the dates don't matchup.
I will keep looking throughout the cemetery but 2 weeks ago i walked just about every stone in this cemetery twice. can i ask do you have an obit or just going off what family says as to his whereabouts??
|Shelton Dominici||RE: Maxine Eggleston Cunnane|
Thanks again, Shelley. Pat Cunnane looks to be my 2nd cousin, once removed. I'm still trying to wrap my head around the 1st, 2nd cousin relationship definition. Thankfully, Ancestry.com has a link that figures it out! ;-) Basically, Pat's grandmother is my great grandfather's sister. I don't know them, but look ford to connecting with Pat and his siblings. Thanks again!
|Shelton Dominici||Maxine Eggleston Cunnane|
Thank you for the photograph of Maxine Eggleston Cunnane's headstone. It is really appreciated!! I read your bio and want to wish you luck visiting your ancestors. I can imagine how personally rewarding it must be.
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