|Terry Weigandt Joyner (#47404542)|
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I am happy to take photo requests and make changes to memorials, However, please note that I work full time, am a full time student, and I'm the mother of an active 5 year old and wife to an amazing husband. |
Some of my, and my husband's, family names being researched are listed in my virtual cemeteries, at the moment the majority are mine. The list is growing.
I make visits to Andersonville National Cemetery to visit with my mom and brother and to put flowers on their graves. When I make these trips I take photos for others. I try to pop in and look in the cemetery database located in the lobby. If you would like to look for information in that database without having to visit the cemetery - it was made public by the family of Jack Lundquist who developed it. When he passed away in 2009 his family put it on line at:
I have a passion for capturing and sharing information found in cemeteries. When I stand and look about I see the headstones and markers and so much more. They are markers of a life that once was. As I stand there quietly I listen, to the whispers on the wind that say "remember me."
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|Alan Smithee||Suggested Correction for G. H. Remsen memorial (ID #111110961)|
I believe a transcription error exists for the following findagrave memorial:
G. H. Remsen
I believe instead of "G", the first initial should be "C". The soldier in question is named Cornelius H. Remsen, and July 15, 2014, is the 150th anniversary of his death.
The following compiled service record is from the New York Adjutant-General's Report:
REMSEN, CORNELIUS H.—Age, 30 years. Enlisted August 26, 1862, at New York city; mustered in as private, 2nd New York (Harris Light) Cavalry, Company M, to serve three years; captured at Stevensville, Va., March, 1864; died July 15, 1864, at Andersonville, Ga.
|Sheila Cooper||RE: Gertie Mallette|
You're welcome. Yes, you can post the photo to ancestry. I am going through Calvary in order and found just the one Mallette grave so far. It seemed to be in a section of single graves so maybe I will come across the others as I advance through the cemetery.
|Bill W||Bobby Shannon # 109863103|
Hi - About a year ago I fulfilled one of your photo requests for Bobby Shannon # 109863103. At that time he only had a metal mortuary marker. This is to let you know that this spring before Memorial Day (I'm pretty sure in May), the mortuary marker was replaced with a bronze military marker. I have updated the photos on his memorial. - Bill
Added by Bill W on Jun 26, 2014 4:10 PM
|Karen Pfeil||Orion M Nelson|
Thank you, Terry, for the photo of my parents gravestone. This is so wonderful what YOU and others do for us.
|Ellie Naylor||Gatlyn, Claudine # 115105186|
Respectfully request a transfer, (a third cousin). I'd like to add an extensive bio regarding her ministry and accomplishments. Regards,
|Ken Rouston||Mallette sites Calvary Cemetery Saginaw|
Terry, could you email me regarding the Mallette family requests on Find A Grave. I have some information for you. firstname.lastname@example.org
|Pioneersearcher||# 34334780 Benjamin Nelson Graham|
I would like your permission to copy your gravestone photos to my Graham Ancestry Family Tree. I will give you the credit.
Thank you, Pioneersearcher # 47016656
|JMRRH||RE: Kathryn Staples Hildreth|
Yes, she is my grandfathers cousin. I would love to see any pictures you have for the Staples side of the family.
Added by JMRRH on Dec 04, 2013 6:59 PM
|JMRRH||Kathryn Staples Hildreth|
Are you by chance related to Kathryn Hildreth?
Added by JMRRH on Oct 23, 2013 8:39 AM
|Roni Fraysier||RE: Maude E. Reimers #71903641|
How are you related to Maude?
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