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First, I would like to state that Find a Grave is a very good source for finding relatives from the past. The "good deeds" of the participants have been beneficial to descendants looking for lost relatives seeking the final resting place of the forefathers/mothers. However the good intensions lose there luster when individuals list the memorials to obtain a high level in Find a Grave's society or immortality. My listed memorials are related to me and I will maintain my "Direct Line" of memorials but regardless of the BS rules set forth by Find a Grave's creators I will transfer all other memorials to a direct line descendant upon request and proof of lineage. I have no desire to hold memorials from their descendants.

Next since all memorials are related to me I will do my very best to grant all photo request sent; however, this does not mean I will wonder aimlessly through any cemetery. I need to know at least the section of your relatives' final resting place. I will also search the local historic newspaper to find a death notice if I am given an approximate date.
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KGRadke
Louisa J Edwards and Family
Hello,

I can only imagine that you and I are second or third cousins.

Louisa J. Edwards is my great-grandmother; her 5th daughter, Sarah Catherine Edwards Green, who was always known as Catherine, was my grandmother. I recognize many of the names on the graves you have photographed, including the Burkhardts and Labroquer's and am wondering about our connection.

Added by KGRadke on Jul 08, 2014 7:03 AM
Sarah Fitzgerald
Nicholas Smith
Jan. 25, 1798
Maryland, USA
Death: Oct. 6, 1873
Woodlawn (Baltimore County)
Baltimore County
Maryland, USA
I believe this is the son of Adam Smith and Hannah. Adam Smith died 1826 in Baltimore County. They lived in the Franklinville area and Adam Smith left property (Parker's Palace0 to some of his children. The list of his children from his will include: William Smith, Rebecca Smith Weidenor?, John Smith (died before 1826) George Smith (died before 1826, my line), Samuel Smith, Mary Smith, Elihu Smith, Jesse Smith, Nicholas Smith, Achsah Smith Bell, Eli smith.

Would love to share information on this family.
Added by Sarah Fitzgerald on Jun 04, 2014 8:29 AM
MissingHim
RE: all the pics
No, please don't edit the photo. I have completely photographed the cemetery and will be adding all photos to the site myself, once I finish uploading the monuments to the Beaver Center and Rundell Cemeteries.
Added by MissingHim on May 04, 2014 12:15 PM
Brian Struchen
Lura Gates
Sir, this concerns a will you have for Asa Holcomb. Yes, please do send a copy. Also, am wondering. All records I have do not indicate Asa as her father. This makes that will very important. My e-mail addy is BCS1958@msn.com. Thanks, Brian
Added by Brian Struchen on Apr 15, 2014 8:18 PM
Emery Metzler
RE: Josiah & Almeda (Holcomb) Wood
I transferred them to you.

Emery
Added by Emery Metzler on Apr 13, 2014 5:32 AM
Cheryl Hall
RE: Edward N Ferguson
I sent one email but just in case. Your family member isn't in sec 4 they are in sec Q 6890
Added by Cheryl Hall on Apr 12, 2014 8:07 PM
Cheryl Hall
RE: Edward N Ferguson
Your welcome I hope it helps.
Added by Cheryl Hall on Apr 12, 2014 7:59 PM
Emery Metzler
RE: Luman, Achsah, and NellieHolcomb
You are welcome Alan. There were two others on your list I saw, Asa and Fanny Holcomb, but the sun was at the wrong angle for a good photo. Need to be there before noon.
Emery
Added by Emery Metzler on Apr 12, 2014 3:12 AM
Bella Rosa
RE: Homer and Alberta Holcomb
There is a huge Holcomb name plate with several people buried near it. None of them had the Holcomb last name except one of them. I can look next time I'm over there to see what their names were. I can also check with the office for you but they take some time to get back to you. If you're not in any hurry for the information, I'll see what I can do to help.
Added by Bella Rosa on Apr 03, 2014 4:28 PM
Bella Rosa
RE: Homer and Alberta Holcomb
I was at Brookdale today...New pictures. Hope you like them much better! :)
Added by Bella Rosa on Apr 02, 2014 6:55 PM
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