|Susan Francis Bott and Bruce E Bott (#47570486)|
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I was always interested in my family history, but really just caught "the bug" within the last few years.|
I have been researching my and my husband's family in the Washington, Marion, Nelson, Larue and Spencer counties in Kentucky as well as Indiana and Arkansas. My husband has been a great sport about helping me on all on cemetery trips. He's been as much a part of this as me!
Almost every one of the memorials I make are members of MY family tree. Please do not add pictures to them (if there are already pictures on them) without my consent! It's just plain rude if you do!
The Genealogist's Psalm
Genealogy is my pastime, I shall not stray. It maketh me lie down and examine half-buried tombstones. It leadeth me into still courthouses: It restoreth my ancestral knowledge. It leadeth me in the paths of census records and ship's passenger lists for my surnames' sake.
Yea though I walk through the shadows of research libraries and microfilm readers, I shall fear no discouragement. For a strong urge is within me. It demandeth preparations of storage space for the acquisition of countless documents.
It annointeth my head with burning midnight oil. My family group sheets runneth over. Surely birth, marriage and death dates shall follow me all the days of my life; and I shall dwell in the house of a family history seeker forever.
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|Dave Bell||RE: Audie and Thomas Collins|
Yes you have my permission to use photos.
I will look and see what I can find, going through Littlefield this Sunday so if I have time I will look for him.
|Stone♥Searcher||RE: Stroope Graves|
You are welcome! I'm not sure of the plot number, but the marker is located in the section closest to Rosemont cemetery. Hillcrest & Rosemont are side by side, they are in Hillcrest side but close to the divider of the 2 cemeteries in case you wanted to note that on the memorial. Have a happy & safe Memorial weekend!
|Kathy Stroope Veasey||Juanita Francis Terrell Hinig|
Very nice... good work...
Info has been added, Thanks.
|Mary Ellen||RE: Wempe|
The person on ancestry is my 3rd cousin. He is coming to Indiana in June from Portland and staying with me. I have given him most of the Wempe info he has...kinda a conglomeration of all family members input. I asked him too to see his private story...maybe he'll show it to me in June :).
Thanks for the reply, please keep the name Felix Wempe in your memory banks incase he happens to show up in the future in some old record. Im sure your husband and I are related through the Wempe line....
Hello, Im looking for Wempe information. Felix Wempe is his name-born in Germany 1821, immigrated with his sister Catherine 1853. Blacksmith, married Carolina Toebbe 1856 St Boniface right after the riots (bloody Monday) in Louisville. Disappeared 1856-1859. I noticed Charles (Baby of Henry and Anna) buried in Saint Michael Cem. 1855. This may be one of the earliest Wempe burials I have found. Any idea where Felix may be?? Im pretty sure that Henry would be a brother or a cousin. Found a Felix Carl born and died (could be named after Felix)..nephew??
Thanks Mary E
|Sharon Welch||RE: Ephraim Stephens|
No Problem...I have done it before also. Its an very easy thing to do. Have a great day!
Sorry if I confused you. What I am trying to say is that when someone posts a photo, there are choices that you pick as to what kind of photo it is that you are posting. You can choose, grave, person, or other. You posted a person picture for Ephraim but entered it as a grave picture. If you pull up the list for Marysville cemetery, and randomly look at all the names, you will see emblems next to some names. It may show a portrait, a stone, or heart, etc. This is what tells us what kind of picture is on the memorial before we open up their memorial. Hope this explains what I am talking about a little better.
I personally pay great attention to this when going to a cemetery to take pictures. If I see they have a stone emblem next to their names I do not plan on taking a picture of that persons stone. Its much quicker for me to scan the list that way.
Have a great day!
|Sharon Welch||Ephraim Stephens|
OOPS!...regarding previous message... Ephraim Stephens # 66858929 buried in Marysville Cemetery, Marysville, Marion county, Iowa
|Sharon Welch||Ephraim Stephens|
I thought you might like to know that the picture you entered for Ephraim displays as a "stone" picture and not as a "person picture".
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