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Nathan Plum(b) (#46554649)
 member for 14 years, 11 months, 12 days
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Bio Photo I have been a member of Find a Grave for several years mostly to look for famous people for the 1st couple of years on the site.In May 2008 I started actively searching for marker requests for folks in the Preston & Monongalia County areas of West Virginia.I was inspired by a trip to look for my great grandma's marker that day in May and I was bitten by the Find A Grave bug so to speak.I wanted to help people get pictures of their loved ones' grave markers and it's been a very pleasurable & rewarding hobby ever since.I take it as a challenge to locate cemeteries I've never been to and searching through thousands of headstones looking for requests.I have great respect for the people that have passed away and are no longer with us,and to be able to visit them even if it's just to look for a marker I feel that I also help these people to not be forgotten.

***UPDATE 06/19/12***

Sorry for the lack of updates to anyone that reads my profile.Due to not having $ for gas I have not been able to make any treks for marker searching but hopefully that will change sooner than later.Hope all of my Find A Grave friends are doing well and have a great summer.

- Nate
Please let me know if I can transfer,correct and/or update any listings that I have put online.

**If you have the time,please leave a flower for my grandma Dee - she was one of the most influential & loving persons that I've known and I miss her so much & hope she is proud of what I have done for others through this great site.**

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Sara Plum
RE: Pisgah Cemetery
Wow, that sounds like a fun and interesting quest! My email is We'd love to meet up with you if you can. Thanks!
Added by Sara Plum on Jun 29, 2017 9:28 AM
Sara Plum
Pisgah Cemetery
My husband, Alex Plum, is a 3x great grandson of Eugenis Plumb (spelling according to tombstone). We are traveling to W.Va. to see his grave, among others, and would like to know the address/coordinates of the Pisgah Cemetery in which he is buried. It's been hard to find an address and it seems you may know. Any information is appreciated. Thank you for your contributions to this site!
Added by Sara Plum on Jun 25, 2017 2:44 PM
Spelling differences
Hi Nathan. Thank you for your hard work and due diligence. I have a question. The headstones for Aaron Newton Laughry (as it is spelled on the headstone) - and his wife, Nancy A Laughry use that spelling, however a lot of documents I find with their names and corresponding dates have the spelling as Loughry. I know that these kinds of spelling differences are common, especially given that everything was handwritten at the time, but Imdomt want to take that for granted. Do you know if there was indeed "vowel slippage" for this family? Again, thank you.
Added by Jeannette on May 08, 2016 8:26 PM
Tracy Dickerson
You uploaded a picture of Roseline C. Brand's headstone but I just want to point out that she is my great grandmother and is alive. That headstone was most likely put there to save the space by her husband, Harold Clyde Brand. Thank you.
Added by Tracy Dickerson on Mar 25, 2016 12:05 PM
Berkshire Transfer
Thank you, Nathan, for the transfer of Earl Berkshire's memorial, and thanks for creating it. Very appreciative! cfrank
Added by cfrank on Mar 21, 2016 8:18 PM
Ken Anderson
Ellis Ray and Margaret Eileen Poling
Just to let you know that the two memorials, # 42334993 and #42335008 for Ellis Ray and Margaret Eileen Poling are for two individuals that are alive and living in Florida. They are lifetime friends of my family.
Added by Ken Anderson on Mar 20, 2016 2:48 PM
Memorial Transfer
Thank you, Nathan, for transferring the Harry Berkshire memorial to me. I appreciate it very much, as well as your helping of other people by creating and photographing all of these.
Added by cfrank on Mar 11, 2016 1:04 PM
Dan Shane
Plz contact me
Would very much appreciate you contacting me.
Dan Shane
Added by Dan Shane on Nov 30, 2015 8:53 AM
Franklin Thayer
Hi Nathan!

Before searching for your grandma Dee, maybe you have some thoughts on this. I have a Martha Washburn Packard Thayer and her Find A Grave lists and links several sons and daughters but a son and daughter Nathaniel and Hannah are listed in the text with their Find A Grave is numbers but not linked. Also Hannah apparently is aka Sophronia.

Martha's Find A Grave id is 34659337.

Any insight is appreciated.

Added by Debbie on Oct 29, 2015 6:33 AM
Will Snyder
BIG BOO BOO -Hope you read this
Hi, My name is Will Snyder and I am one of the Snyder/Snider clan. I have traveled to West Virginia and studied the family history for over 50 years. My gr gr gr gr grandfather was John Snider who lived in Crooked Run (near Fort Martin) and was captured and lived with the Indians when he was 10 years old before he was returned 10 years later. His son, David Snider, went to the Georgetown area and started the town of Snidersville (no longer exists) on Sniders Run Creek. He also started the Snider's Temple which is still standing. David Snider's son, Samuel B. Snider lived near Arnettsville on a farm on White Lick Run Creek just over the hill from what is the little community of Crown.

My problem is that I am seeing some odd things going on that do not seem to be accurate. This cemetery where Sam is buried is called the Snider Cemetery ( that's what the sign says on the outside gate) It was started by Samuel B. Snider when his family started dying in the 1840's. The graveyard was kept up for many years into the 20th century and the last I knew was managed by a Paul Snider of Morgantown. The cemetery IS NOT IN Morgantown as listed. It would be more accurately be listed as Crown or Arnettsville as the location .

Also somebody has added names to the David Snider Cemetery that I do not know if they are actually buried there. People seem to be guessing instead of really relying on the actual old records that are more accurate but often gone. I have noticed this is really a BIG PROBLEM on New Ancestry members are in such a hurry to add names to their family trees that they are not careful and not accurate. It is very frustrating for a guy like me that checks and re-checks and continually attempts to get to the solid facts rather than just carelessly relying on some things in print just because they are in print AND MANY TIMES are wrong.

You can contact me at

Perhaps we can correct this situation before it gets any more "inaccurate."

Thank you,

Will Snyder
Fall River Mills, CA
Added by Will Snyder on Sep 09, 2015 11:08 AM
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