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«In all of us, there is a deep hunger to know where we are coming from, who we really are and what is our mission in this life.
One part of our heritage is to find out the beginning of our journey that has come a long way before us.»
I am absolutely passionate about genealogy. I never get tired searching further to find a missing piece of any family tree puzzle. I'm a french Canadian woman with a mix of english, scottish & European ancestors.
I enjoy contributing to find a grave database burials records. Looking regularly to help others with their photos requests from cemeteries close to my area.
* If there is any errors in any of the memorials that I've entered please let me know. I'll be happy to correct them or make any changes necessary.
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|Jane Laberee||recent correction for Sarah Johnson Laberee|
JBL - why did you transfer management of Sarah Johnson Laberee to me? I did NOT want that. I merely suggested a correction. Jane Laberee email@example.com
|Walden Mountain||RE: Ayers Cliff Rudd family|
I have just found Jessie's son's baptismal record -- it gives her first husband's name as "Loran Jonas Laraway".
He died and was buried in Durham, 50 mi away. Jessie's signature on his burial record matches that on her marriage certificate (which gives her address as "E.Durham".
|Sheri West||Lakeside Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the photos :)
|Walden Mountain||Ayers Cliff Rudd family|
So very greatful for the photo of George & Hattie Rudd monument. I have just now found the certificates of marriage and burial for his second wife, Jessie Elizabeth (Wood) Laraway Rudd. The church records states that she was also buried in the Cassville cemetery. Did you notice if she was also on the monument?
George was the last to died, so I guess no one was left to have his dates carved.
Thanks for the photo of George Goodenough's grave!
I've deleted my duplicate entry. All the best to you, Regan
|Regan Clarke||Olive Day Todd 132630061|
Thank you so much for the work you are doing. I foolishly created a memorial for my 3rd great grandmother Olive Day Todd in the Compton Cemetery without first checking to see if one already existed. I wonder if you wouldn't mind deleting yours or transferring management over to me? The number is 132630061. Thanks again! Regan
|Snow Trottier||William Law Photo|
Thank you so much for taking the photo of the stone that I requested. I'm sure I will never see it in my lifetime, so it means a lot. It is very much appreciated!
|Michelle Wood||Maple Leaf Cemetery|
I want to thank you so very much for fulfilling my photo requests in Maple Leaf Cemetery for the Wheeler/Leggett family!!! It is very much appreciated!!! May I use the photos you took in my family file that I have on www.ancestry.com?
|The Closet Skeleton Genealogical Society||Oh my!|
Oh, I'm so excited!
I cannot even begin to convey to you how much you've just helped us. We've honestly been working for ages on this little girl and the mystery she represents!
My mother's grandmother was named for her, but the spelling was 'Caletta'. We've seen so many spelling variations it's made it impossible to search, and her mother - Selina Young Bentley - Was illegitimate, we're convinced this is all a part of the story we've only barely managed to understand as so far, we've yet to find a Bentley with a hint of this puzzling name.
If you don't mind at all, I'd super appreciate if you'd add your photograph to her memorial that's all linked to her family. I will gladly change her first name to the spelling that her parents used.
This is her memorial:
I can't wait to show my Mum and start searching - Our deepest thanks, you're wonderful!
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