|Treasure Hunter (#47449411)|
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I have been working of my family history for the last 12 years or so. Find a grave has been very useful in locating some of my hard to find family. And finding Family is always a Treasure found.|
If you find a mistake or duplicate that I have made, then please let me know so I can take care of it. If you have ANY additional info, I am more than happy to add to the memorials that I have created. The more the information the better.
I do not "alter" any Marker that I photograph, if the picture does not come out "readable" then I will only lightly wipe with a soft cloth or try to re-photo at different times of the day to get better lighting. Or I will try to wet the marker and photograph it at different stages of drying.
If you would like a better photo please request and I will see what I can do.
If you have taken a better photo than I have then please let me know so that if I agree, I can remove mine so as the Memorial doesn't become cluttered.
If you are interested, just ask! I am not huge fan of the findagrave.com policies, I see them as "guildlines" only, all that is important to me is that you are better able to add to the memorial than I am. You don't have to be directly related, just willing and able to make the page better. I'm not in it for the numbers, I just want people to be able to find their friends or ancestors.
Any pictures that I have added to findagrave of your family members are freely provided for you and you may copy, alter and use them as you deem appropriate. No credit is required, I am happy to share.
**I do not and will not use chalk/shaving cream and will not do "rubbing". These are damaging techniques and I do not want a photo request fulfilled of mine, using the these techniques. I would rather have a photo that I can not read then have the stone ruined for future generations.
Thank you in advance for your consideration of my wishes.
Please feel free to use the edit tab with any questions, additions, connections, transfers, duplicates, and or corrections.
And Remember You Can Not Own Your Ancestors...
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|Diane L. Webb||RE: William Nelson Bellew|
I also am so far from the tree on this line.
William Nelson Bellew (Ballew) died 1900-1910
time frame Johnson Co., Kansas. The History of Clay and Platte Counties, MO., had a nice article on him. I can scan it and send to you? But the thing is they left Clay Co., MO., for Johnson Co., Kansas. His wife Mary Allen (Munson) Bellew died 1 July 1914 Gardner, Johnson Co., KS., buried in Gardner Cemetery. I have her Death certificate and their marriage record, but wanted his death date and death certificate.
Ancestry.com had some people in it that had his parentes John Bellew and Cincinnati Dunkerson Bellew.
Would appreciate your help.
Diane L. Webb
|Diane L. Webb||William Nelson Bellew|
I am seeking information on death date and place of death for William Nelson Bellew s/o John Bellew and Cincinnati Dunkerson of Clay Co., MO.
He married 2/wife Mary Allen Munson d/o William Munson Jr. and Patsy Mary Estes of Liberty, Clay Co., MO.
2/wife Mary Allen (Munson) Bellew d. 1 July 1914 Gardner, KS., and is buried in Gardner Cemetery.
William Nelson Bellew died between 1900-1910 Johnson Co., Kansas.
Would appreciate any help.
Diane L. Webb
|Tracy Anne||RE: Roblin Catholic Cemetery|
Hi Treasure Hunter:
I live in Saskatoon SK so am not very close to Roblin. However, I often drive to Manitoba and once in a blue moon I go through Roblin. Wherever I go, I try to take some pics and contribute info to Find a Grave about the local cemeteries. Makes for a pleasant break from driving, just so long as its not winter or the mosquitoes aren't too bad!
Sometimes I try to clean up photo requests especially in small out of the way cemeteries that are on my travel route. I also try to check map locations and get photos for the cemetery home page. I was through Roblin this past July which explains why you see some memorial pages and photos added from me.
|Doris Christensen||RE: The Toney Family|
You are more than welcome, it's just a part of my 'addiction' to get out and walk cemeteries!
Yes, please feel free to use the pictures in anyway that you wish and I do not need to be given credit - that's not why I do this.
|High Plains||RE: Dora P Kunda|
Happy to hear that you can use the photo in your tree! I'm honored!
High Plains :)
|cmweatherby||RE: Olga and Frank Sorochuk|
Yes, absolutely! Use the photos on Ancestry.com. And thank you for asking me. It warms my heart to hear how meaningful the photos are to you. The staff at Forest Park were also very helpful and gracious. I thanked them on behalf of the people, like you, who had requested photos.
Thanks for the transfers of Ethel and Thelma Kolbo
Appreciate your kindness.
Added by GLG on Oct 29, 2013 1:06 PM
Thanks for your willingness to remove the dups.
This family lived neighbors to my in-laws in
Custer Co., NE. Their nephew is a good friend still living at Callaway.
Added by GLG on Oct 29, 2013 9:01 AM
Thanks for the transfer! Loved reading your Bio, info. My sentiments exactly. Thanks for doing this for the benefit of others and for your selflessness, it is a great inspiration!!!
Blessings, Duane Warren 47876044
|Susanna Parrish Allen||Mary Elizabeth Alden|
Left a photo on her page. I think I know what her marker is. Read the caption on the photo. That white looking footstone next to Cassius and between the children is probably her. It makes sense too. I will try some rubbing on that white stone and photograph it Saturday (off work that day). Maybe playing with some different lighting on the photo something will come out.....She could be unmarked because you can no longer read her stone....
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