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|Terry Goodwin||RE: Thorpe-Shores monument|
You are quite welcome, glad to be of assistance.
|Joseph Walker||Cherry Clyde Clark Keaton picture|
I saw the picture of Cherry Clyde Clark Keaton at find a grave. Are you a Clark or Keaton relative? She is my grandmother.
|Susan Hill||Nativity Memorial Garden|
It appears that you have created a Find-a-Grave site for people that were memorialized in a service at the Church of the Nativity, Episcopal as early as September 2014.
this is a bit misleading as other researching their loved ones get the false sense that they will be able to get a picture of a marker/headstone.
Suggestion - change the Name on Find-A-Grave to what it is - Church of the Nativity, Episcopal.
|James Bianco||Center Cemetery Peru|
Initially I created the memorials from two different transcripts, one c. 1935 and the other I cannot put my hands on currently to find out when it was compiled. One of them mentioned markers for these people. I have also been a few times, Peru is about 25-30 minutes drive from my home and added additional names from my walk through/photos. I need to get them all uploaded but as I have created over 60,000 memorials in 9 months, and then proceeded to photograph 90% of them (a year ago I had only 12 memorials, despite having been a Find A Grave member for better than a year).
One of the volunteers said this very well about Peru Center "Your Lucelia's parents were part of that group, which included several smashed and fallen (face-down) stones, sadly typical of this old cemetery. At least one in every ten stones there is shattered or face-down and illegible, and though the cemetery is mown, none of the damaged stones has been repaired. There are also large spaces with no remaining stones in them at all, so I suspect many stones that once existed there are missing." Jim
|Donna (Strout) Sakaske||Browns in Peru Center Cemetery|
You are welcome! I did not have any luck locating the 2 David's and Lydia, but did not remove the request as someone else may have luck. Very glad I could help.
|Elizabeth Knowlton||Wilkins family in Woodlawn Cem|
Gracious, how did you in Alabama get to adding Bronx, NY, burials? Are you doing all of Woodlawn? Or are you related to any of the people? Anyway, THANKS. I see you have some dates I do not have and do not have some that are in my database, so I will give you a link to States Wilkins--and you can see his descendants from there.
This is a free database under Rootsweb as long as you stay out of Ancestry links.
|v loggia||jacob r wilkins|
please email me I would love to know where you got the pics of Jacob r wilkins I have bin trying to find relative of this man for years he was a relation his grand father was Jacob wilkins who was my great great great great grand father
firstname.lastname@example.org thank you
Added by v loggia on Jan 04, 2014 8:21 PM
|fpickett||RE: Elmore J. HURD or HULL in Indian River Cmty, Clinton|
I changed it based upon what I can read on the stone. I don't think I had any verification that it was HURD. I believe that was a typo when I uploaded the whole list. Thanks for the catch! Someone else suggested her name may have been Elma. The stone looks like Elmore. Maybe Elma could be a nickname?
Added by fpickett on Sep 12, 2013 10:06 AM
Hi-I noticed your message to fpricket-Here is what I have in my book:
Nathan Hull d. Nov 11, 1839 age 32,
Elma J. his wife, d. June 29, 1872, age 64.
Added by Irma on Sep 11, 2013 8:35 AM
|Kristin B.||RE: Jemima Swetland marker|
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