|Cheryl Dieter (#47510123)|
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|I love to photograph old graveyards so that families can find their loved ones.My hope is that someone who finds a monument I have photographed will find it meaningful and useful in their genealogical endeavors. Also because the monuments can deteriorate it is important that they be documented and preserved. Look around where you live and see if there are graveyards that need to be documented in your area.|
Anyone is welcome to use my photos in any manner they wish as it should be for everyone who posts to FindAGrave. My feeling is if you are going to post a picture do so with the sincerity and respect that is deserved and don't expect people to ask to use a photo of their loved one.
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|Jon & Joy||RE: Chauncey Wheeler|
We hope you are enjoying your time in Ireland. Joy's McCormick ancestors are from County Antrim, Northern Ire. & we hope to visit one day ourselves. FYI We also added photos for Chauncey's sons Thomas & George as well as his second wife Anna. All are buried in the same lot in Walnut Cemetery. Regards~ Jon & Joy
|Dusty Zamora||Benjamin Cole 1678-1748|
I saw your name on leave a notes and saw that he is your 7th great grand uncle.. Well, he is my 8th great grand uncle..
I thought it was pretty neat and thought I would say HI..
|CHerr||RE: Dieter Family|
Not related. I like doing church cemeteries not already on findagrave. I especially like connecting the graves using ancestry and obituaries.
Added by CHerr on May 31, 2012 5:25 AM
|Zoe Tom||Henry Calvert|
Hi, Cheryl - I notice that you have an interest in Calvert people in Scotland. There was a Henry Calvert, who was a Preacher at Paisley, Scotland, just prior to his death. He died 22 Jun 1653 in Scotland. He may have been Presbyterian, but I need to check on that. Would you have a way of finding out more information about him?
Added by Zoe Tom on Mar 28, 2012 12:36 AM
|B.J. Waters||Henry K. Crawford|
Hello Cheryl. Regarding your photo request for Henry, your note says to look for other family members. The row that Henry is buried in does not have any more Crawfords. He seems to have been a single burial and not a part of a family plot. He has a Martin buried on one side and a Plato on the other. There are, so far, a dozen Crawford in Roosevelt that are on this site, but that could change at any time. This cemetery isn't even half transcribed and/or photographed, so if you don't see relatives right now, that doesn't mean they won't be added. Keep doing searches on this site. It is building up quite rapidly, so there is allways something new to find. I'll let you know if I do find any more Crawfords.
|Steve G||Memorial# 73658077|
I wanted to thank you for the attached memorial. Chirstain Waddell is my ancestor. I have additional information to add. Would you mind transferring the memorial to me?
Cheers from Canada
Added by Steve G on Jan 11, 2012 4:44 AM
I am going tomorrow to the Old Burying Ground to find Martin Kendall's grave site and get a picture for you. All his children except two, are buried at the Green Bower Cemetery in Gardner, MA where the pictures of their stones are already posted. Sandy
Added by Sandy on Jan 03, 2012 8:55 PM
|John Glassford||RE: Thank You|
Nice to hear that Cheryl. If you have any info on him you'd like to share, please go to his memorial and click Edit tab and send it, and I'll be glad to add any info you may have.
John J. Glassford
|Jan Franco||RE: Caleb Doolittle|
I've made the addition you sent; if you have any others please submit by the "edit" button on the page in question. Thanks.
|Tony Klingensmith||RE: St. Clair Family/Benton County Iowa|
I am not related to the St. Clair line. My interest lies in a book I'm writing on the 18th Pennsylvania Cavalry in the Civil War. Three of Archibald St. Clair's sons, Hugh, Samuel, and Archibald Jr., joined Company D along with brothers-in-law, John Mack and Samuel M. Edmond. Archy Jr. died during the war. I've created a virtual cemetery of the regiment and have located or made memorials for 776 of 2,025 members so far. I'm trying to post as much information as I know on each member I find and in the process have met many amazing relatives who did not know of their ancestors service or did not know the details. If you have any specific information on the St. Clairs who served in the regiment, I'd love to get a copy of that information. If I can help you in any way, please let me know. I'm glad to meet another ancestor with ties to the 18th Pennsylvania Cavalry.
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