|Mary Jean Klett (#47423367)|
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I've been researching family history for over 25 years, traveling far and wide to visit historical societies, museums, old homesteads and grave sites. I believe the people gone before us deserve to be remembered as part of the history of our planet. I was born a spirit medium. I use that gift wisely. When I began researching family history all those years ago I found that my gift had strengthened. The more I cared for the information and photos I preserved from the past, the more spirit spoke. I've felt love from them; they have even helped with research. They like that we remember and that just makes the work all the sweeter.|
The assumption is that the "dead" have no right to privacy, but I consider it the better part to respect those who have passed, and so take care in what information I post.
I'm happy to transfer memorials if the person is not related to me. There's no sense in me hanging on to memorials I've added where I don't know the individuals. The important thing is that the person in the memorial is remembered, not that I alone manage it. I don't think of it as a numbers game that someone wins.
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|Cameron-Ashley Heath||Thank you from WA State!|
Thank you for taking time out of your day for me, getting the beautiful headstone shot and putting it up onto Find a Grave. Your time is very much appreciated!
Hi, my name is Joan Clayton and I live in Western Australia. Hugh Waugh was my nanna's father.
My nanna was Jean Anderson Waugh from Girvan in Ayrshire and was married to Malcolm McInnes Brown on 10th June, 1920 in Girvan.
Nanna had 4 children the eldest being my Uncle Jim who I can remember emigrating to Canada, probably in the 1950's. There was also Aunty Jean, my mum Annie (but always known as Anna) and Uncle Melville always known as Bill. I always thought Uncle Jim was the first to emigrate to Canada, but obviously there were relatives there already.
I have three other cousins with family who live in Preston, Lancashire, England.
I vividly remember the story of Hugh drowning but never thought it was true until I read your article.
Would love to know anymore about the family.
Added by Joan on Apr 23, 2016 11:40 PM
|Katie Nelson||Thank you|
Thank you so very much for taking the time to go photograph my father's Grave, Robert D. Butler.
I live in Pennsylvania, and have been unable to get to Florida to see his burial sight. That has weighed heavily on me for all these years. You've given me such a great gift, words don't adequately express how much this means to me.
God bless you, and the work He does through you, as you make a difference with your actions.
|Rebecca Wright||Grace E Sayers|
Thank you so much for the beautiful photo of Grace's marker and if that was you that put the flowers on her grave...that was so very thoughtful of you. Thank for your time and efforts....they are truly appreciated!
|Rebecca Wright||RE: Grace Sayers|
How nice of you to let me know...and I hope you recover very soon.
Thanks and rest easy!
|Brant Gibbard||Florence Keeler|
|P. Eadie||RE: John Gibson Grave|
You are very welcome! Glad I could help. Pat
Added by P. Eadie on Apr 18, 2015 6:12 PM
|Lynda S. Wise||Lemuel Norman|
"Lem" is fixed and looks so much better with your improvements!
Thank you so much for trying to locate his grave.it's sad that so many are in such bad shape.
I was interested in your biography where it says you are a spirit medium. I noticed you left a nice message on the page of someone I care about deeply, and wondered if you might email me for just a brief question about your experiences. firstname.lastname@example.org
I look forward to hopefully chatting with you soon!
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