|Spirit In The Sky (#47599423)|
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When we started doing genealogy we wanted to find out the names of our grandpa & grandmas parents, from there we went all in, and let me tell you it is addicting. Always hoping to find something more about our family tree. Where they came from, where they lived and when they died. For all of us together we all share in one common thing, that our ancestors who all came from different lands made the choices that was a start of you and me.
Find A Grave is a great avenue to create a memorial for our loved ones from our family tree and a link to the relatives is really cool. Hope the next generation will visit the graves of ancestors with some flowers and a prayer. There is something special about being on that hollowed ground where our parents, grandparents & great grandparents once stood, weeping with a heavy heart. It is cool to know that in some cases I know for a fact that I am standing at the same grave that a certain person from our family tree, great grandma for example, stood in that same area of the cemetery 150 years ago.
Under each stone is a story to be told, about life, death, happiness and sorrow. They are gone but let them not be forgotten.
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|Ryan Martin||RE: Photo Request|
You're welcome. The South Suburban Genealogical & Historical Society(SSG&HS) did cemetery census' years ago, thank God. Without that census, I wouldn't have found those stones that easy.
|s schultz||8259362 Banick|
Hi, we were just wondering if you would allow us to use your pictures in our family tree. (We loved and agree with your bio. My husband's family, generations back have now become as close to me as my own bio. family - all due to the cemetery work we've done. Love it!) Anyway, if you would allow us to use your pictures please know that we would be honored to cite you and Find A Grave as our source for the pictures. Thank you so much for considering our request. S
I feel that the names are online for 10-12 yrs for newspaper 0bits and this funeral home has their obits. online for 7-8 yrs, so if someone was up to no good they'd find the info. And it's a big help to future generations trying to trace their ancestry. Kathy
Added by Kathy on May 02, 2013 11:41 AM
I am researching my husband's family tree and he is related to Olive Gokey Premo. I was wondering if I could use to the information in the obits to update his family tree. Thank you.
Thank you for permission to use the photos of the markers for Lydia & Lewis Christensen. Yes, certain old stones can be very hard to photograph and frustrating to read. But knowing what to look for when visiting a cemetery is helpful in finding the grave. Again thanks.
|Margaret Nikkhah||Permission request|
I'd like to request permission to use the photos of the gravestones/marker for
Lydia Rather Christensen Memorial #54180884
Lewis C Christensen Memorial# 54180717
I'd like to include them in the Lindner genealogy report which I give to fellow Lindner descendants.
|Michele Holmes||Hello Friend|
I want to thank you on all the pictures of our cemetery. We will be having a meeting this month and I will encourage the board to visit find a grave. I would like to know how to enter the obits for the people that are buried there. Let me know at email@example.com.
|Glenn Geirland||Head stones|
Thanks for nice message we all injoy it wish all Countys had a group like ours.
|L Evans||Pentony's Woodlawn Cemetery Marinette WI|
thank you for the quick response to the additions you made for me on Pentony family
Added by L Evans on Feb 11, 2013 8:14 AM
Thanks very much!
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