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Sarah B. (#47246175)
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It is a curious thing how one photo of an unfamiliar relative can spark your interest in your search for your ancestors. In searching thru a box of photos my mom had inherited thru my grandparents, I came across a photo of a relative I did not recognize. In looking at his photo I could see the familiar traits my paternal grandfather shared with this gentleman. I discovered he was a cousin of my great-grandfather. I wanted to know more-so my quest began. I have been able to discover relatives I did not know existed through various webistes. Find A Grave is essential to any family history research that one may want to do. Even thouugh a US census is completed every 10 years, relatives and born and die in that 10 year period. Therefore, records of these relatives may not be shown on the census and would be missed otherwise. Several relatives had children that lived a very short time and they would not have been counted on the US Census.Thru Find A Grave I have been able to complete a more acurate family tree.
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 • 202 Memorials Added
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Messages left for Sarah B. (22)[Leave Message]
Laura Mortensen
Photo of Zoath Spooner
Sarah,

Thank you for identifying and posting this photograph of Zoath Spooner. He is a 3rd great-grandfather of mine.

I would like to ask your permission to copy and post it to familysearch.org genealogical website.

Thank you.

Laura Mortensen
Added by Laura Mortensen on Sep 25, 2016 7:05 PM
Phantom 309
Francis Marion White # 46631190
Hello Sarah,

I have a photo of Francis in his later years that I would like to add to his memorial. Would you be a dear and remove your full length photo of his grave? Thanks a ton!!

Eddie
Added by Phantom 309 on Oct 10, 2014 8:41 PM
Jacqueline Nix Griffin
Spooner Twins
I am the mother of Kristie Michelle & Melissa Jo Spooner (Twins). Could I please have ownership of these two graves? Thanks Jacqueline Nix Griffin
Added by Jacqueline Nix Griffin on Jul 05, 2014 9:45 PM
Linda Josey
Josey's at Bethel
Just wanted to thank you for posting pictures of the gravesites of my Grandmother, Bertha Josey, Grandfather, Joe Josey, and Uncle, Alfred Josey.

My dad, Albert Josey, was Alfred's twin brother. He passed away August of last year and is buried at Dellwood.

I have never visited Bethel but my Mom has flowers placed on the gravesites each year. I was able to send copies of the pictures you took to our florist to ensure they deliver to the right location. I am in California and handling this for my Mom this year. I'm so grateful you posted the pictures. They are a big help!

Thanks again!

Linda Josey

Added by Linda Josey on Dec 12, 2011 4:39 PM
Lokelani
Joseph and Carrie Bray
I love the photos you added to their memorials.
Added by Lokelani on Nov 03, 2011 1:08 PM
Lamar Miller
Walter Zenith Barnett Gravesite
Subject is a great grand uncle of mine. Date for his birth is 18 Aug 1852. Death date is 11 Nov 1919. I have a couple sources on him if you need.
Thanks,
Lamar Miller
586 Auwina St
Kailua, Hi. 96734
wlamar@hawaii.rr.com
808 551-3207
Added by Lamar Miller on Oct 31, 2011 3:41 AM
sticksandstones
RE: Zoath Spooner photo
I was just fascinated looking up this man's history, and all he accomplished, ending up in a remote corner of Georgia setting up a farm. The fact we had photography and telegraphy before the Civil War, still amazes me, and Zoath's photo is one of those early early shots. Thanks for the note.

sns
Added by sticksandstones on Aug 25, 2011 6:33 PM
sticksandstones
Zoath Spooner Photograph
Was the photo you reference in the box of photos in your contributor bio, Zoath Spooner? If not, where in the world did you get such a gem of a photo. Considering photography was invented in 1827, and Zoath passed in 1856, a photo from that period was pretty expensive and rare, and that it survived with information about the subject of the photo, is amazing. There is such a story in this man's face and eyes!
Added by sticksandstones on Jul 17, 2011 8:33 PM
Rich Priest
RE: Mary T. Lambert (Springs Cemetery)
Thanks. I haven't found one for him either. Nor have I found where he's buried. If I find it, I'll be happy to pass it along.
Rich
Added by Rich Priest on Apr 28, 2011 2:58 PM
Rita Lavorgna
RE: Charlie J. Spooner
Since I am only the "owner" of Charles' record, I could only put a reference to the relationship -- not an actual link.
Added by Rita Lavorgna on Apr 28, 2011 3:45 AM
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