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I am approaching 40 years old and realized, unfortunately, after all are gone, that I never explored my ancestry. I have been actively pursuing genealogy (Polish/Irish/Dutch) and helping others reconnect with their past.|
Find A Grave seemed like a nice way to continue helping others explore their past from a distance with my help.
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|Ruth (Hickman) Wicks||Olive Smith # 54813833|
Thanks for trying to find the grave of Olive Smith and get a marker photo for me.
I appreciate it.
It is very possible that she does not have a stone - but thanks again for trying.
|BjJ||Mellinger Photo Request|
Thank you so much for taking and posting the photo for my Auntie. I especially am happy to see you also added the photo of both her and my uncle's together and posted that to his, too. I thank you for your time and efforts and hope you keep fulfilling requests. It is truly an invaluable service to folks and I think that's what I enjoy doing the most. Great job! :)
Added by BjJ on Sep 09, 2013 5:00 PM
|Tim Crane||Wilbur and Ella Penwell|
Thanks for the picture, I appreciate your time and effort. The picture came out great!
|Jim Culver||RE: Berenice Culver Converse|
No need to transfer the memorial to me. Berenice was a very distant cousin. You're doing a great job. Keep it up.
|Phil Carpenter||RE: Oops!|
I just uploaded the photos for Frank J. and Elvah Bogan.
|Phil Carpenter||RE: Bogan Grave|
You're very welcome. In that same cemetery plot were gravestones for: OUR SON/ FRANK J. BOGAN/ 1940-1946; and OUR BELOVED MOTHER/ ELVAH M. BOGAN/ 1900-1969.
I also photographed these stones today and if these people are of interest to you, you may have the photographs if you like.
|Dennis Naiberg||Flynn Graves at St. Patrick's|
Thanks for claiming my photo request. I am also looking for the graves of Matthew's wives: Mary, Annie and Ida. If there is a Flynn family plot, photos of the graves would be greatly appreciated.
|Cindy Brekke||RE: Losby photos|
Yes, I would love it if you would transfer them to me. You can transfer them after you link them to others or you can transfer them before and I will link them; it's up to you. I will take good care of them and then if another family member requests to manage them I will transfer to them. Yes, I do love researching ancestry, not only is it a fun way to learn about your family, it's also a "fun" way to learn about history, geography, culture, etc. Yesterday I was learning about the "Oscar II" that my Grandfather came from Norway on, that a "joiner" is a particular type of carpenter, etc. I also like how it is like a challenging jigsaw puzzle, some pieces fit together easily and then there are those pieces that you just can't seem to figure out. Take care, Cindy
|Timothy Tumbrink||Anthony Ewing|
Lori, Thanks for going by the grave. I guess the family is in no hurry to get a stone. Can you check back in about 6 months or so, or you cab just call the office and they'll tell you if one has been placed on the grave.
|GrandpaJohn||Forest Hill Cemetery - Eau Claire, WI.|
Much thanks for the pictures of the several Kurth grave stones. My wife can connect them all.
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