|Diane Chenault-Parke (#48151930)|
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I have been researching my own family for about 10 years. For the last year I worked on my husband's line. I am now back to my own line and loving it even more. It is so exciting to find new information and ancestors. I love genealogy and the joy of finding the people you are looking for. I am always willing to help anyone I can. |
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|Johnny||Thank you for visiting the memorial for Morgan Thompson|
Hello, I wanted to take a moment to thank you for visiting my friend Morgan Thompson's memorial. Thank you and keep up the good work you do within the Find a Grave community. It is appreciated.
Added by Johnny on Sep 13, 2014 5:46 PM
|Patsy Gruter||Thanks for photo!|
Thank you for the photo of William Elliott in Conway Cemetery. He was my aunt's husband and while she was in findagrave, he was not. I really appreciate your help!
|Ralph Harris||Joy Julienne Holsclaw|
Thank you so much for the great photo for Joy Julienne Holsclaw. It is very greatly appreciated.
|Steve Trudgeon||Patricia Mahnken - Photo Request|
Thank you for the photo. I really appreciate the favor.
Thanks for trying to fulfill my photo request for Harold & Margaret Murray's marker. Sorry they didn't have one. I appreciate your efforts.
|Dal Mallory||RE: Muse|
If you are only going to be in Williamsburg for 3 days it will take you that long just to see the Historic Triangle - Jamestown, Williamsburg, and Yorktown!
But near me is the birthplaces of George Washington, the Lees, and James Monroe. I actually live on part of the plantation that George Washington was born on. GW's birthplace is a National Park Service site and has a Memorial House, kitchen and a living farm. All was done in the late 20's and early 30's for his 200th birthday.
Stratford Hall, the birthplace of the Lees is the actual house and oh so beautiful. The Association that owns it owns about 1500 acres of the original plantation.
Now, they is only some markers, an outline of the foundation, and a trail really is all that is at Monroe's birthplace.
Hope this helps!
Thx so much for the pix. He was my missing link to my family. Linda
Added by Linda Y on Jun 01, 2014 12:46 PM
HAHAHA!!! I'd have loved to have seen that! :o)
Added by Merf on Jun 01, 2014 10:59 AM
Thanks for the pics.
Thank you for trying to get a photo.
Added by CHS on May 29, 2014 11:11 AM
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