|Jeff Schneider (#47477175)|
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| The photos and family links I've found here helped me add well over a hundred names to my family tree so I joined the site myself hoping to make similar contributions which may help others in their own quests as so many others have helped me.|
The memorials I create are as accurate and as complete as possible. I do not scour the internet for obituaries 24/7 nor do I pore over historical records looking for names to add to my "collection". Quality trumps quantity.
The overwhelming majority of my memorials are created from information I read and transcribed to the best of my ability from grave markers. Yes, that means I was at the gravesite, in person. I also spend a little time researching how people in the same plot were related. However, I am human so I will err, if you spot an error let me know the what and why so I can correct it.
A word about photos:
I'm tired of seeing my copyright protected photos used elsewhere without the simple courtesy of attribution (my name and a link to the memorial page). When I find these photos I do send DMCA takedown orders forcing sites to remove the photos or face the legal consequences.
Attribute it or lose it.
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|Charles Patterson||Fleagle Headstone|
Thanks for our time, quick response and wonderful photo, it is very much appreciated.
|Merrill Preiss||Mary Zepp Grave|
Many, many thanks for sharing the photo of Mary Zepp's grave.
|jan egger||RE: Jacob Fonshill|
What are you talking about bad lighting? lol the potos are perfect! Thank you again.
|jan egger||Jacob Fonshill|
Thank you so much for taking time to take these photos!!!!!
|jan egger||RE: Jacob Fonshill|
Thank you so much. Lydia was his 2nd wife, Catharine was his first and she died April 1843...maybe she is nearby. Thank you so much
|Bill Daugherty||Winebrenner Photos|
Thanks for the Winebrenner photos.
|Angel||RE: Clara Miller Photo Request|
Actually I had found it on Ancestry that has death certificates for Pennsylvania for 1906-1924 that are uploaded on that site.
It states she was buried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Hanover,PA.
The site Ancestry also has her mother's Death Certificate on there as well. ( My Great Great Grandmother Rosa V. "Kelbaugh" Miller). It shows her to be buried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Hanover as well. There would be no reason for her to be buried at the one in Baltimore at that time. Since her family was originally from Carroll County,MD.
* note: My 1st cousin ordered a copy of Rosa's death certificate around 5 yrs ago prior to the records being shown on Ancestry which is new.
As far as where Clara's father/Rosa's husband is buried at should be no concern. He had moved back to Maryland a few years after his wife's death. It was not proper for him to continue living with her parents.
Also one of his other daughter's settled in Baltimore around 1925 after her marriage.Since her father had resided with her prior to his death due to illness. She had him buried at that one since it was closer to her.(Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Baltimore has a free searchable download/Excel file to use for the Interment Records through the site Lovely Lanes which has everyone who was buried there listed).
Thank you for trying to help though. Have a fantastic week.
Added by Angel on May 26, 2014 11:23 PM
|Jennifer Anne Jacoby Trippeer||Sarah Ann Sands Alwood|
Thank you so much for going to all the trouble for photographing my grest grandmothers grave. I truly appreciate your skill and kindness.
|Glen Teets||Picture of Headstone|
Thank you, Jeff for the Headstone picture of My Gr-Gr-Great Grandparents Alban & Lizzie Myers.
THANK YOU for your time & great photos of Vela Miller. :)
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