|Dennis L. Carpenter (#47341356)|
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I have been doing genealogy research on my primary family lines for over 20 years. Those families are; Carpenter, Peek, Hitchcock, and Giles. |
I do this not for numbers or glory. I believed that whatever good one does will be returned in kind. If I can help others in pursuit of their family searches I know that this work will come back to help me with mine.
I also do this to honor my Grandma Jessie (Peek) Carpenter who along with her brother Homer Peek stirred my youthful curiosity to know where I came from.
Three of my lines date their origins in America from between 1625 to 1642. These ancient roots have left me with a huge research task which I am absolutely thrilled to follow. Happy hunting to all. If I can help, drop me an email.
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|Brenda||RE: Robert Lyman Marker|
You're welcome. Yes, that's too bad her grave isn't yet engraved!
Added by Brenda on Feb 01, 2016 7:15 PM
|Family Finder||Muriel Beers Grave Memorial Photos|
Thanks so much for the great Muriel Beers Memorial Grave photos. Definitely an usual humorous plaque. Muriel was a dear friend of my Grandmother.
Your photos are appreciated.
|Candace Smith||Maurice Buttimer|
Thank you so much for adding this photo. I appreciate your time and kindness! Candace Smith
|Gordon Birgbauer||Dear Dennis|
Thank you very much for taking a picture of my grandmothers grave/plaque.
|Bill McMahon||Benjamin Rawling|
Thank you for taking and posting this photo.
|Andrew Lau||Thank you|
Dear Dennis,thank you anyway for trying to photograph mrs.hintons marker.I do appreciate it and THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart.She was such a true and lovely friend in life to me.And I missed her funeral.It broke my heart.I wished Hewell and Son had put down a temporary marker.Thank you again.
I have transferred both Mardos to you. I added the bio you had for Florence, although I tweaked a few words to make it read a bit smoother. While looking for Peter and Florence I found a few interesting things about them - in 1910 they were living together in Chicago - he was listed as single, she divorced, but both under "Mardo". In 1920 they were in Cleveland - he was a machinist. In 1930 they were in Poland, Ohio - he ran an inn. I found that particularly interesting as my aunt lives in Poland and I photograph several times a year at the local cemetery there. I also immediately recognized the name Guckeyson - I have the memorials for his parents at St. Bernards, and have linked them. Peter's brother Harry Guckeyson is buried next to him at Glendale. In 1942 Peter managed the Firestone Country Club in Akron. If I find any additional info I will send it to you to add. I look forward to seeing your bio for Peter.
Added by Zella on Oct 07, 2013 6:45 PM
|Heattown||Ralph E. Young gravestone|
Thank-you for the lovely photo of the gravestone for Ralph E. Young. He was lost to us, and you have brought him home to the family. You are a true unsung hero, and your kindness will never be forgotten. Your Grandma Jessie and her brother Homer Peek would certainly be proud. Thank-you for advancing the knowledge to the next generation. Wishing you health and happiness. Gratitude.
Added by Heattown on Sep 24, 2013 5:16 PM
|Steve Curlee||Keith Watson|
Thanks so much for taking the time to photograph Keith Watson's marker for me. Your effort is much appreciated. I went to high school with Keith. Thanks again, Steve Curlee
|Gail Strother||David A Malley, #10223553|
Just a sincere note to say thank you for the nice photo of David A Malley's gravestone at H Warrne Smith Memorial Cemetery in Jacksonville Beach, Duval Co., Florida. Your kindness is unparalleled in words of gratitude. Thank you so much.
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