|Diane Rofkahr (#47733047)|
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|I have been working on my family genealogy for at least 10 years. It's been an interesting journey with all the usual road blocks. Families that I am researching include Anderson/Trent and Ammons/Cooper. |
I have found the information that is sometimes provided on Find A Grave to be an invaluable tool in connecting families. In volunteering to provide photos of other's family members I am paying forward in hopes that it will help someone else with their research.
You may use any photo I post only as it pertains to your family and not for any commercial purposes. Whenever possible I will also search the cemetery for possible other family members and forward any information I may obtain. Again this info is for private use only.
Best wishes to all who search their roots - it is who we are today.
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|Russ Carter||Washington McNutt Find A Grave Memorial# 105434973|
I saw the flowers and message you left of Washington McNutt's memorial about him being your grandfather's foster parent.
Washington was my 1st cousin 5X removed and I wrote the Bio for the memorial. I would be very interested in any information that you have about Washington McNutt, such as how, when and where he became a foster parent, Pictures (?), what happened to Washington's second wife Martha, or any other stories or facts that you might be able to provide.
Battle Ground, WA.
|BrideyLight||Joseph J. Waldron West Side District Cemetery|
Dear Diane Rofkahr: I just became aware that a volunteer in your area has already photographed Joseph J. Waldron's grave marker and posted it to his memorial -- on the same day you accepted my photograph request. Tragically, Joseph J. Waldron died on Christmas Day of last year.
However, I just put in a request for another Waldron family member, infant Barbara Jean Waldron (she died in 1952), who only lived for a matter of hours. I am so hopeful that you might be able to photograph her grave marker for the Waldron family. Thank you once again for your very nice previous two grave marker photographs of Shirley Ann Waldron and her mother, Dororhy Erma Waldron. The fresh flowers were much appreciated! Kind regards, Bridey Light, Humboldt County, CA
|Sharon Williams||Everett Rowland|
Thank you so much for the cemetery photo. I am sorry that I have not responded sooner. I am grateful for the perfect photo. Sharon
|George Rogers Park||Van McCracken|
thanks for the photo
|George Rogers Park||Anthony McCracken|
thanks for the photo
|Sue Trentman||Mary A Nolan|
Thank you so much for submitting the tombstone
marker for Mary Ann Harris Nolan.
|Zuzu*s Petals||Sofie Kaszycki|
Memorial has been transferred over to your care.
Cheers - Kathie