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Twyrch (#47244345)
 member for 7 years, 2 months, 5 days
Harry Bowman
Rainbolts
You have 13 Rainbolts listed as buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Leavenworth, Crawford Co., Ind. If you check closely you will find they are in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Corydon, Harrison Co.,Ind.

Added by Harry Bowman on Oct 08, 2016 2:24 PM

T. Montgomery
West Cemetery Brown, OH
Thank you for posting the gravestone markers for 1.Mary Emelda Gelter (132047985)
2.William Louis Gelter (132047975)
3.Leonard L. Gelter (132047943)
4.Eva Norvilla (West) Gelter (132047955).

It was much appreciated.

Added by T. Montgomery on Mar 07, 2016 5:49 PM

Life's a garden...dig it!
Joseph Hayslip
Talk about coincidence? I literally just saved a bunch of records today that you submitted on Ancestry regarding the Edwards' of Aberdeen. What's the chances of you contacting me the same day!? Small world.

Added by Life's a garden...dig it! on Feb 18, 2016 12:00 PM

Terry and the Pirates.
Lottie & Lewis Vernon Parrish
Thank you for these great photos. You do very nice work.

Terrill Parrish.

Added by Terry and the Pirates. on Jan 16, 2016 7:03 PM

Terry and the Pirates.
Twin Infant Parrish
Thank you for answering my request for photo and sending this wonderful picture. I reckon the storm has passed?

Terrill Parrish.

Added by Terry and the Pirates. on Oct 08, 2015 5:04 PM

Garland Lucas
Willa Dean Edwards
Thank you so much for your time and effort to photo this gravestone for me.

Added by Garland Lucas on Oct 08, 2015 1:24 PM

Jolene
RE: Stiarwalt Request
Thank You

Added by Jolene on May 12, 2015 9:27 PM

Prairie wind & her old salt/usnr
RE: Thanks!
It was my pleasure. Glad that I could help.


Aileene

Added by Prairie wind & her old sa... on Feb 06, 2015 9:37 PM

Dozard
RE: Hayslip family
You are more than welcome! I would prefer that someone who is family take care of it.

I have transferred Nancy's memorial to you.

Have a great day!

Added by Dozard on Sep 09, 2014 7:25 PM

Dozard
RE: Hayslip family
Would you like me to transfer the memorial for Nancy Jane Hayslip to you then? She is no relation to me. I was going through photos that I had taken at the cemetery and ran across the one of her headstone and noticed that she had no memorial, she has been linked to J.J. Hayslip already.

Added by Dozard on Sep 09, 2014 4:32 PM

Dozard
Hayslip family
are you related to this family that is buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery in Farmington, IL?

Added by Dozard on Sep 09, 2014 3:27 PM

Linda Jean Limes Ellis
RE: Susanna Downing Edwards
Thanks so much for your reply.

Happy to be of some help regarding resolving the multiple memorials for Susanna and her husband. They both are in great shape now!

Added by Linda Jean Limes Ellis on Jun 26, 2014 8:52 PM

Linda Jean Limes Ellis
RE: Susanna Downing Edwards
Please delete one of your gravestone photographs for Susanna Downing Edwards - Memorial # 15397619 buried at the West Cemetery in Brown County, Ohio.

You have posted your photograph twice for her, thus creating a duplicate on the memorial. Thank you.

Added by Linda Jean Limes Ellis on Jun 26, 2014 2:33 PM

ProgBase
Rose McEntire
Another for ya

Added by ProgBase on Dec 09, 2013 10:56 AM

ProgBase
George McEntire
All yours

Added by ProgBase on Dec 09, 2013 10:56 AM

cmjttt7
Drummond - Edwards families
Just a note to tell you thank you for such great work in posting great photos and providing such great information on the Edwards family -descending down from the Drummond Line. You have filled in an entire line for us. Thanks.
Tom

Added by cmjttt7 on Sep 30, 2013 12:38 PM

Joanne Morehouse
RE: Sylvester Pease
You're welcome. I enjoyed getting it for you.
Joanne

Added by Joanne Morehouse on Sep 26, 2013 3:19 PM

Jennifer Eastman-Kirsch
Shaw's in Standish, ME
Hello,
I took pictures of 8 Shaw's today at the Standish Cemetery. You had requests out on three. I was obviously so excited to be outside after a long semester at school that I didn't get one of your Ebenezer's. I accidentally put an Ebenezer in the wrong place so it killed your request. If you put it back in I'll head over to the cemetery on Tuesday or Wednesday. Sorry about that! The missing Ebenezer isn't with the rest of the crew but I noticed on the page that there is another pocket of Shaw's somewhere else in the cemetery. There are also three stones under water.. hopefully they aren't ones I'm looking for!

Thanks for giving me something to do!
-Jennifer

Added by Jennifer Eastman-Kirsch on Dec 09, 2011 8:25 PM

Dozard
Mary Briggs
Transferred

Added by Dozard on Dec 09, 2011 9:57 AM

Baxter B. Fite III
Private Sylvester Butler, Co. K, 86th Illinois
Dear Jeremy, Good to hear from you and I am thrilled to hear you are interested in preserving the family history. I only found out about Find A Grave on Veterans Day of 2009, so I have been a member a little over two years. I have bee researching and trackind down the 992 men who served in the 86th Illinois for about 27 years now. I started in the winter of 1984/85. In those 27 years, I now have located the final resting place of the 874. Only the Lord knows where probably 50 or so of them now. I hope yet to find another 60 or so of the final 118. As I have been getting older, I have been looking for places to leave some of the thousands of pages of information that I have about these guys. The Princeville Historical Association, where Co. K and Private Sylvester Butler were from, will get copies of all of my Co. K records. Several other are communites also have Historical Societies which will get some of my things, but I was looking for some place to leave all of my basic records where anyone could see it when I found out about Find A Grave. I have really benefited from my association with Find A Grave as well. Thanks to the thousands of volunteers all across the country, I have seen hundreds of picture of tombstones of veterans of the 86th that I knew where they were buried, but knew that I was never ever going to see them in person and knew that I would never even see pictures of most of them. I am amazed ever time I see a picture of a tombstone that I knew I would never see. Well, back to Sylvester. I am two years into adding all of the material that I have onto Find A Grave. I am though most of the biographies, but will start going through the diaries and letters in 2012. Since you wrote me and brought me back to Sylvester, if you will check his site not, you will a few new things that I have added. I hope to add more in 2012. I made a note on his biography about your interest in his site. My ultimate goal when I started add my material to Find A Grave was to find one younger member of each family who would have an interest in managing each 86th veteran's site. You WILL get Sylvetser's site when I am done. As I find each future manager of each site, I try to add their information to the site. I have even told Marilou that if anything happens to me, she is to try and get each site transferred to whoever I have selected on each site. So WE will remember you when that time comes. In the mean time, if there is ever anything that you would like to add to his site or that you feel is incorrect, please let me know. Also, Have you read any of the biographies of Sylvester's pards? I am closer to the men of Co. K than of any other company. I have talked with more grandchildren from this company, have seen more photographs of the men from this company, have seen more letters and diaries written by the men of this company. I feel like I knew John Slane and John French and John Morrow and the Coburns and the Kellers. I LOVE being in the Princeville Cemetery with the Boys of Co. K and look forward to meeting and sitting down with them and listening to their stories first hand. I can't believe I will lose all interest in the lives of people that I have known or studied about when I get to heaven. It makes me a little but sad when we sing the chorus "when the things of earth will grow strangely dim." I hope that doesn't mean we will lose interest in our experiences and our interests on earth. Well, I've rambled on long enough. I better stop. Good to hear from you. And I saw in your little blurb about your researching the family history since 1989. How old were you? I have been working my family history seriously since 1971 when I was 16. Looking forward to hearing from you. You can write me at my regular email address at bfite3@sbcglobal.net. Take care and Keep up the good work. Baxter

Added by Baxter B. Fite III on Dec 04, 2011 8:04 AM

anne
Lindzey Dikeman
Thanks for the photo. It greatly enhances an otherwise sparse memorial. Much appreciated.

Added by anne on Dec 01, 2011 9:40 AM

anne
Lindzey

Added by anne on Dec 01, 2011 9:39 AM

cj
Dikeman
I have sent Florence to you, I am happy that she will be in her families care. She or her daughter, maybe both, were friends of my mother.

Added by cj on Nov 30, 2011 8:07 PM

John Melton
Edwards Photos
I just noticed all the great photos you attached to the various Edwards memorials--especially the one of Charles L. Edwards playing the violin or fiddle. Thanks for adding them.

Added by John Melton on Apr 20, 2010 9:19 AM

 
 

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