|MARY HARTMAN (#47931386)|
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As a young girl I use to play in a cemetery, I have to assume that is why I have always been fascinated with grave yards, the older the better. When doing a request, I find it alot more interesting when there is a bio about the person. I tend to talk to them as I am hunting for them. so far, (knock on wood) I have found all I have been looking for, even if they are unmarked. I have one grave that I have been working on sense day 1, THE CHALLENGING ONE, the one that I am still striving to get. Not because I am not able to find the grave but because of it's being on private property. Making contacts, eventually one will come through.I live in Hernando/Pasco county I will also venture anywhere in the county if asked and given time.If you find errors please let me know so I may correct. If you see any duplicates I have done please let me know. If I have a memorial you would like I will transfer the memorials (unless they are my relatives) *** (or if you are a descendant closer than I am). Please feel free to use my photos for your genealogical project. My photos are of public places, I don't feel that I own a snapshot of someone else's grave memorial. I volunteer here to help find loved ones."Dream as if you'll live forever, live as if you'll die today."~~James Dean~~|
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|BETTY SILVIA||RE: Walter Cendroski|
Yes Mary. Gladys (62160176) is the mother of Jean (62160184) and Walter(74689028). You may notice, Walter is a middle name on the headstone, his first name is Robert, and he went by "Bob". These are my husband's relatives.
Thanks for the photo!
|Jon Walters||RE: Helen Mc Kinney|
Hello Ms. Hartman! Mr. Allen McKinney did indeed remarry and not really care for his first wife. He has been cremated and I believe resides with his second wife's ashes on one of her kids' mantles. My mother would be the next of kin (unless her sister is older) and I'm glad to know that if worse comes to worse, we have a place to put her when she goes. I don't remember my grandmother Helen very much, other than she was kind of mean and VERY mean to my grandfather. I remember her yelling at him every time he drove somewhere.
Thank you very much for your assistance!
You go girl! :o)
Added by Merf on Jul 01, 2014 4:10 PM
|Rita & Lee Gordon||Glen L Fike|
Thanks for the photo
|Larsen Paul||RE: Doris Irene Larsen|
Thank you so much, I will contact them.
Thank you for the photograph of my grandparents head stone.
|Sharon Howland||Fred & Maybelle Scott|
Thanks for you time and effort in taking the photo of Fred & Maybelle's gravestone. It is much appreciated.
|Sharon Howland||RE: Maybelle and fred Scott|
Thanks for letting me know about the other Scotts in the cemetery. However, Fred & Maybelle just had one daughter who lived in Maine. I don't think any of the other Scotts are related to them.
|Debbie C.||Thank you!|
Thank you so very much for taking the photos of my aunt and uncle's graves. I have not been to Port Richey since seeing them many years ago before they passed away, so I really appreciate your taking time to do that. Thank you again.
|Sharon Howland||RE: Maybelle and fred|
Yes. Thanks for the time you are putting into this. Much appreciated.
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