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I have been doing genealogy research since March 2011 when I took it over for my aunt Joan (who is still living). I am retired and have a very lengthy research background which has been extremely helpful in my genealogy research. My research includes Kelly/Cathey/Eller/Sherrill/|
in Mecklenburg County and Caldwell County and Iredell County. So far, I am only adding FAG pages for my descendants and their families.
You may use any photos I have posted IF you give me proper credit (i.e., "used by permission of Rhea Kelly at FAG."). Thanks.
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|Jasper van Haren||RE: Adoptiegraven|
The website I send you is the website that helps everybody with information about how to research soldier, information about the cemeteries etc etc. This is our foundation website, and it is attached to the fields of honor database (www.fieldsofhonor-database.com)which is our biggest project.
The website to adopt a grave is different: there is one official adopting commitee in the Netherlands and one in Belgium.
For the Netherlands it is: http://www.adoptiegraven-margraten.nl/en/
For Belgium there will be a NEW adopting program, I will be one of the board member of that new commitee, and the website isn't there yet, but there will be a new website for adopting in Belgium later this year.
About adopting in the Netherlands: there is no grave or name available to adopt in the Netherlands. All names and graves are adopted and there is a waiting list.
About adopting in Belgium: In Belgium there are lots of graves available for adopting, but at this moment everything is on hold because they are building the new program. I have a meeting about that in September.
Its also not possible to adopt a grave overseas. So if you are not a local citizen, you cannot adopt a grave on the American Cemeteries in the Netherlands or Belgium.
Have a wonderful day,
|Jasper van Haren||RE: Adoptiegraven|
I do remeber you, and your are right: the link is not correct anymore. We update our website to a official foundation website. We have grown into a very nice and big WWII foundation:
If you have any further questions, just let me know.
|joan||RE: oscoe Alexander|
Rhea, I don`t know how to help you on that. Is there a way to ask Find A Grave ? Joan
Added by joan on Jun 09, 2016 3:39 AM
Hi again. Thanks for the info on Mr. Eller. It has been added to his memorial. Thanks again and have a great evening. Joan
Added by joan on Jun 08, 2016 7:32 PM
|joan||RE: Roscoe Alexander|
Rhea, right now due to health problems I`m unable to visit cemeteries. Maybe some one else could do that for you. I am so very sorry. Joan
Added by joan on Jun 08, 2016 7:17 PM
|nancy murray||RE: Martha Mayne Pannell Chastain|
Which cemetery was this and can you refer me to her number? Nancy
|Mike Huffstetler||RE: Franklin|
I added the marker to help show the location of his grave. But will remove them per your request
|Mike Huffstetler||Franklin Gene Miles|
In an unmarked grave in Section E Plot 175 grave 3 Plot is owned by Oscar V Eller
|Brian J. Ensley||Maggie Stophel #122299806|
Maggie E. Stophel is buried in an unmarked grave in Section Prospect 4, Lot 46. Cemetery records also show a 4-year old Francis Stophel, but no Frank (Husband). The only Stophel's in this plot that have a headstone is 19 year-old Bertha and 41 year-old Joseph T. (which is knocked over and currently covered by snow).
Since Maggie doesn't have a headstone I'm going to post a photo of the family plot so at least there will be something to show on her memorial and to document the site.
|Barbara Spears Pipek||Mary Jane Stewart|
I received your email on Mary Jane.
I am not related to her. I don't know how I got the Memorial transferred to me.
I added a note on the memorial that the comment was from the original creator.
Wish I could help you.
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