|M. Christensen (#47773646)|
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I currently live in northern Nevada with my wife and small children. My grandmother introduced me to genealogy when I was 7 and I have been interested ever since. I was researching a 3rd great grandfather when I found information on his headstone, from this site, that I did not have before. |
Any photos that I have taken may be used by individuals for genealogical purposes. If you post a photo I have taken on a website please credit M. Christensen at FindAGrave.com. If you do this other people can find this wonderful resource. Please do not credit my photo with my e-mail address.
If you have found any additional information or have any corrections please let me know, and I will make the changes.
I will be more than happy to transfer ownership of my non-family memorials to family members (please state your relationship). I am open to discussing the transfer of family members if you are more closely related.
I also do work on billiongraves.com, so if you cannot find what you are looking for on this site try billion graves.
Please tell your relatives about these wonderful resources!
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|Lillian Phelps||RE: Phelps in Lovelock|
Thank you for doing that.
|Jennifer Holte Kerr||RE: Ethel Smith in Lovelock NV|
Thank you so much for taking that picture of the headstone and the others. My husband is related to Clarence Chapman, the sheriff of Lovelock, NV back in the day. And to find the wife of Clarence, took me sometime, and then to find her children, not from Clarence, but fathered by another man. I don't know if Clarence ever had kids of his own. Per family members, they don't know either. But I wish we had more pictures of him. He sounded like a remarkable person.
|Reba Alsup||Allsop, Lone Mt. Cemetery|
Thank you very much. I would be happy to transfer the one that I put up to you.
|Carl Nord||Andrew Griffin|
Thank you very much for trying.
His obituary which appears in the Nevada State Journal Feb 6, 1927 Page 6 says he was a recluse and attempts to locate his brother who he had lived with were not successful so he was buried at Lone Mountain. So under those circumstances it is very likely it may ave been unmarked or simple.
Thank you for the photo fulfillment. It gave me the info I was looking for.
|Nancy J. Miller||RE: William M. Duncan|
I do hope I responded to your 10/7 note. Thank you for taking the photo whenever you get a chance. Nancy
|Kathy||RE: Frances Peacock|
Thank you! I love to hook the family members together. Glad you could get more information to add to her for her family to find!
Kathy in Fernley
Added by Kathy on Oct 12, 2012 7:55 PM
|TeresaS||Find a Grave Harriet Imel|
You have this burial located at Yankee Hill Cemetery in Lancaster co Nebraska. This is a public cemetery. There is also a small cemetery in which a lot of people that died at the Insane asylum are buried. This is the cemetery where Harriet is buried. Her number on the burial records is #1783 noted as being from Phelps County.
I am the historian for the larger Yankee Hill Cemetery having served on their board for many years.
Teresa Sullivan Lincoln N
Added by TeresaS on Oct 12, 2012 7:03 PM
|Love never dies||Caleb Miller|
Of course you can use any of the materials I have on Findagrave. :)
|chris mathews||V B Briggs|
There is no need to transfer.Someone else might also be looking one day, and find yours like I did.Then they might find me , and contact one of us. Chris L.Mathews
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