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dthem_2000 (#46884044)
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Bio Photo Hi and thanks for "digging in" and checking me out, I "gravely" appreciate it!

I enjoy researching and finding out about my past ancestors and locating where they are buried. I feel that each and everyone of them are important and that no ancestor should be left behind. For me, it's not about who has the most numbers, for me its about being connected with the past and helping others.

I thank all the wonderful volunteers who have shared their spare time with us in order to take pictures of headstones for me and thousands of others who are trying to get in touch with there past, I truly appreciate each and every one of you, thanks!

If you find that I have posted incorrect information, or you have updated information please send me an email with the individuals FAG number along with the information and I would be happy to update the information. I try to be as accurate as I can but, please keep in mind that sometimes mistakes are made, please help me keep all of them correct.

The Best person to keep up a memorial page is a family member. Please let me know your connection to them and I will be happy to transfer them to you if your connection to them is closer then mine! It is not about having the most Memorials, It is about remembering those who have passed away and doing the best we can at being accurate. As each Memorial is created, treat it as you would a precious loved one.

If you have any information on any of my family surnames please contact me.

The below names in my family tree are only a partial list of my main surnames.

And many, many, many more :)

Thank you,


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Irvin John Borchers
Hi there- Irvin Borchers is buried at Evergreen Memorial Park in Seattle. He is not buried at Evergreen in Everett. I have notified the person who created his memorial in Everett.

There is a photo of his marker on the Evergreen Seattle memorial #12238578. Just thought you would like to know for your photo request.

Edmonds, WA
Added by Tami on Aug 06, 2017 10:39 AM
Dianna Bryant
Barbara Heifner Beene
Find A Grave #24356838

You left a note that she is your 5th great grandmother. She is my 4th greatgrandfather's sister. I would love more info about her parents and his (Daniel Heifner) if you have it. I think that my other Heifner/Havner ancestors are buried in the poorly maintained cemetery in Sweeden's Cove instead of the Bean Raulston. I learned so much more about my ancestors on my recent visit to the Bean Raulston cemetery.

Dianna Havner Bryant
Added by Dianna Bryant on Jun 25, 2017 4:50 PM
Debra Miller
Charles K. Robbins
Hi, Don! I will be going to Tennessee in November and will try to locate where some of our Robbins and Henderson ancestors are buried. Charles K. Robbins is my 4th-great-grandfather. On I am tatersinger. Please stay in touch!

Debra in Tampa, FL
Added by Debra Miller on Jun 06, 2017 8:53 AM
Charles K. Robbins # 99965207
Charles K. Robbins married Mary Jane Cheek
Apr.19,1885 Anderson Co.TN
Hester Robbins Whaley DeArmand Feb. 14, 1885/86
James Robbins
Jul. 2, 1888 Anderson / Nov. 3, 1939 Columbus, Franklin, Ohio
Rosa Robbins Smith Gilbert
1891 Anderson Co. - 1950 Toledo, Ohio
They are on the 1900 Morgan County Census with third spouse Noah Futrell 1869 - 1929 Ohio
Mary Jane was daughter of John Cheek #122067557 and Martha Walters. He was half brother to my ?X great grandfather Sylvester Frye. I can not find Hester.
I will do links. I assume they were born in Anderson County? I have a lot of information and finding more. I am having health issues but will send you what I have when or if I finish.

Added by Diane on Apr 14, 2017 4:37 PM
Cynthia Dodd Nichols Russell
McGulpin - Mackinac & Cheboygan, MI
Are you descended from the McGulpins of Mackinac Island and Cheboygan? I am tracing these ancestors of my children. Please do contact me if this is your ancestry!
Cynthia Russell (#46799523), Traverse City, MI
Cell phone: 231.463.4343
Added by Cynthia Dodd Nichols Russ... on Apr 08, 2017 7:04 AM
Russ Pickett
RE: Glen Walter Weatherford
Sure. Use whatever you'd like. :-)

To get the purple heart picture simply click on the picture of the purple heart and you will be given the option to "add it to your scrapbook" at the top of the page :-)

Added by Russ Pickett on Nov 01, 2016 3:22 AM
Keisha Moore
The picture you have added to George Henry Brown has the name Geo. W. Brown under it. George Henry and Dora Alice (Terry) Brown had a son named George W., other children were Etoil Brown Ransom, Henry C., Cirus J., Burney, Hollie E., Cleola Brown Moore, and Garland. I married Cleola's grandson.
Added by Keisha Moore on Jul 30, 2016 3:17 PM
Dave Francis
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 103129459
Hi, I have no attachment. I was doing research for a friend, and this branch of his family emerged while I was doing that research. Ella May's grandfather, Daniel Johnson, was my friend's paternal, third great-grandfather.

> Find A Grave Memorial# 103129459
> Hi,
> Wondering if you would please tell me your connection to this memorial?
> Thanks,
Added by Dave Francis on Mar 17, 2016 10:46 PM
Don Busby
Douglas Blickfeldt
You requested a picture of the headstone for Douglas Blickfeldt back in March and the stone was not set yet. I recently was taking pictures at Evergreen Cemetery and looked up Douglas and his stone was now set. I posted a picture of the stone on the memorial. If you have any questions, please contact me.
Added by Don Busby on Nov 30, 2015 10:56 PM
Alex Magdaleno
RE: Novella Weatherford is first wife of Albert Klingenberg
That sure looks like the same Albert who was the son of Cornelius R.
It must have been a short marriage because by 1913 he was married to Elizabeth Klassen.
Added by Alex Magdaleno on Oct 11, 2015 10:49 PM
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