|Christopher Scott (#48187298)|
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I have a strong passion for genealogy and research,|
This started about 15 years ago my mother Eleanora E Findley Scott started researching the history on Findley clan, but sadly she died before completing the family tree,
So when I have time I have been researching for our ancestors.
I love walking through the garden souls looking at the headstone each and every one of them tells a story. And it saddens me when you come across grave with no marker. Their story will probably never be told.
I had worked for cemetery for five years.
I had the opportunity to attend seminars for cemetery preservation workshops this was sponsored by Bedford historical Society in Bedford Ohio; this is really cool things we work on how to clean, and level them and to stand up the old tablets.
These are the very old white marble tablets from 1800s.
This information is very useful when you're looking for older grave.
I like looking at; the old advertisements for memorials and headstones, in old day you could walked right into the hardware store and order a monument for your loved one
My second passion is I represent Clarion monuments they are located in Clarion PA.
In doing genealogy and research I found out that everyone has a story, and it needs to be told!
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|D Jones||John Suette|
You're very welcome. Enjoy!
Added by D Jones on Nov 12, 2013 6:02 PM
THANK YOU for adding photos of the Glenn family in West Sunbury Cem.... I hope you have a wonderful week!
|Judy Cain Bowser||Nancy McCandless Miller|
Thanks so much, Christopher, for fulfilling my photo request for Nancy Miller's tombstone. It means a lot to the family.
|Judy Cain Bowser||Anna Eliza Gould|
Thank you so much Christopher for photographing the tombstone of Anna Eliza Gould. I'm very happy you were able to find her gravesite. She has been somewhat of a mystery.
|Jack Gilchrist||William McFadden Photo - Thanks|
Thank you for the photo taken in the Rosewood Cemetery in Whiskenville, PA of William a distant relative of mine. Your efforts are most appreciated.
Thank you, Chris. I really appreciate you taking the time to take this photo for me. It means alot! Thanks again.
Could you please add that same photo to his wife, Erma Brothers memorial as well? Here is her memorial number: 89991828
WELCOME TO FIND A GRAVE and THANK YOU for fulfilling my photo request. Wising you a very nice weekend!
|William Cunningham||Re: David Roxberry|
Thanks so much for finding this old stone. I am in the process of photographing a 1,000+ cemetery with many stones in the mid 1800's. Hope to get most of them.