|Karen Colon Stramy (#47863638)|
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|I have been doing family genealogy for almost 20 years. I have only recently become acquainted with the Find A Grave site and am enjoying locating and adding memorials for my family.|
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|Jim & Judy Harlan||Joseph E. Hilton|
In addition to Joseph, there were two other Hiltons in the same Lot (IOOF, Block 4, Lot 3, Spaces 2, 5 & 8. Joseph = Space 2, C.H. Hilton # 63092167 = Space 5, Lucy J. Chandler Hilton # 63092183 = Space 6. They are so close together, I figured they must be related. I photographed all 3 markers, and will post the photos to their memorials.
|Aleta Stafford||Delmas & Georgia Moody|
Thanks for the quick response and I have transferred them to your care.
|Row Walker||Stella Duey's grave|
The two circles below Estella's marker are the tops of recepticles for flowers. No photo or I would have captured and added it. Glad the Dueys are all accounted for. I did not explore for any markers covered by mature sod or dirt; though I have been known to do so. I travel back to the cemetery on occasion to look for new burials. And, now that I recollect, there are few to no photos on any grave there.
|Row Walker||Dueys at West Selma|
I see that you have added many Dueys at West Selma. There are many unmarked graves in that cemetery. Did you find the "others" through cemetery records? My contribution(s) came through having walked the entire cemetery, and having taken a photo of each and every visable marker. I know that Estella is the only Duey with a (visable) marker. Also, that she is in Row 8 (but same section) rather than with those in Row 18. Wonder why? Oh, well. The transfer is on the way. Happy New Year.
|Doug the bug||William Colon|
I have created the links and all information that I could find in records I could see. The main reason I am not willing to part with memorials unless it fits within Find A Grave's guidelines. I entered all the burials to honor my Mother, Grandparents, Great grand grandparents, great-great grandparents as well as the first postmaster A. A. Cargill and many others either related by blood or marriage. So there is roughly relatives buried there since the cemetery began.
I will be more than happy to add any information to any memorials. Just let me know by using the edit tabs of any memorial I have entered. If the memorial falls within their guidelines I will be more than happy to transfer them.
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to send information to me that way.
Thanks a Million times something,
|Aℕℊℰℓ✿||RE: Hilda Engelkes Schmidt|
Thank you for the info on my great grandma. I had it as as Engelkus and someone said it should be with an "I", so I changed it. My grandma said that her mother rarely talked about her life growing up. They really didn't get along too good. I was hoping you could share with me what you know. Are you related?
Added by Aℕℊℰ... on Oct 14, 2012 3:16 PM
Name corrections and parent links made. Thanks for this assistance, as well as all your F.A.G. efforts.
|Jo Ann||Bertha Dehne|
I just now updated the Memorial for Bertha. Thanks for the information.
Added by Jo Ann on Sep 30, 2012 1:29 PM
|Dutchtower||RE: Gilbert W. Scott|
I am glad to help out and it is not as remote as it may seem to many. It is only about an hour away and we go there a few times a year anyway. Thanks for being part of the community.
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