|Gary Bonney (#47070426)|
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After my father's passing, I have taken over for him of researching our family tree. This includes our main branches; My parents: the Bonneys and the Pumphreys. My Grandparents: the Bonneys, the Pumphreys, the Weeks, and the Lowes. My great grandparents: the Bonneys, the Pumphreys, the Weeks, the Lowes, the Eddys; the Taylors, and the Baffords.|
On my wife Jackie's side I am working on the Silvesters (Di Silvestre), Quattrociocchi, Tenaglia, Histons, Tarants (Tarantinos), Fidler, Cornwell, Mothershead.
I currently have over 82,729
names, 25,217 marriages, 41
generations, and 8657 surnames in my family tree. Please feel free to contact me to exchange information on our respective families.
In addition to my family tree, I have begun transcribing markers at Rockville Union Cemetery, Rockville, Montgomery Co., Maryland and Mount Carmel Methodist Cemetery, Bel Air, Hartford Co., Maryland.
May the Lord Bless You Through his son Christ Jesus.
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|Cynthia Collier||RE: Pumphrey photos at Mitzpah Cemetery|
Glad to be of assistance.
|Scott||Weeks Cemetery, Jefferson Maine|
We have line in common.
My Great Grandfather in his writings about the genealogy (Tobey, Lincsott, Weeks...) continuously referred to the cemetery as being on Bunker Hill in Jefferson.
Thanks for the pictures.
Added by Scott on May 12, 2017 11:25 AM
|M M M||RE: Howard S Pumphrey at Maryland Vet|
I just added the image to Howard's grave.
Added by M M M on May 11, 2017 7:17 PM
|Rebecca Dodds||Louis Alvin Gravelle|
Thanks for accepting the edits and connections for Louis. Now he's connected to lots of family to 'keep him company'.
|Regina Derrenberger||RE: Pumphrey, Donald O photo at Cedar Hill|
|Shirley H ||RE: shaver photos at Robert Bird|
You are welcome. However, I wanted to explain that Clifford Shaver's gravestone is badly damaged by encrusted dead lichen and is very hard to read. I cleaned off the debris and misted it with water to bring out the engraving. I took many photos and enhanced the best one in I-photo and even then it is hard to read. Sophie's stone, right next to Clifford, is granite, while Clifford's stone is cement. In our wet Oregon climate it makes a big difference. I'll see how his stone looks on a hot day in August and if it's looking better I'll re-take the photo.
|Havergal Doherty||RE: Walter prestorn pumphrey photo|
You're very welcome, Gary. It's an amazing cemetery!!!
|M L M||Gary, family related|
Lucy Bonney, daughter of Lemuel and Sarah Pratt Bonney is related to me. Email me at email@example.com and i will share how she is related. Thank you.
Added by M L M on Apr 22, 2017 5:52 AM
|Becky Foreman||St Johns Episcopal Church Cemetery|
I tried to fulfill your photo requests for Ella Punmphrey and Edward Suit without any luck. It's a rather large cemetery, but I did walk it carefully for nearly two hours while looking for yours and others. If you call the cemetery office and get a section #, I'd be happy to give it another shot.
|Rebecca Dodds||RE: Mary Elizabeth Gravelle|
Thanks for transfer Gary!
It's funny- Rockville & Bethesda were my stomping grounds, living in Montgomery Co., for 20 years in the 80's & 90's, and to see Louis Alvin and Mary Elizabeth buried in the Rockville Cemetery was a a surprise and a hoot.
Thanks for finding and posting them here for me to find, and for all the work you've done for the FindaGrave community.
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