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|I've been working on my family genealogy for several years. I'm willing to add information to any of my memorials if someone contacts me with missing information. I do ask that you provide good documentation with the information. I do not consider Family Search trees, Ancestry trees or family genealogies as good sources. I've looked at many trees and have several family genealogies. All have mistakes in them that in this day of computers I have been able to find different and better information for the person. You are welcome to add pictures to any of my memorials. Since nearly all of my memorials are those of relatives of mine except for Elizaville Cemetery memorials, I am not willing to transfer my memorials.|
Many of my memorials site the paper and date of an obituary. If someone would like a copy, please contact me and I'll email it to you.
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You're most welcome, Donna. I'm glad I could help!
Added by JD on Jun 02, 2017 3:02 PM
You're very welcome. I'm glad I could help.
Added by LH on Dec 05, 2016 9:31 AM
I was more then happy to do it. I was around that area & had the time to look around. Glad to help you out.
|Julie Ryan||James Pauley|
I'm not sure why my picture isn't clear because it looks fine on my computer. When I figure it out, I'll fix it!
|priscilla ross-fox||RE: Hart family stones|
I am related to almost everyone buried in Wauconda Cemetery in Wauconda, Lake, IL...LOL
There are some Hart folks in Avon Cemetery in Lake County, IL. I think and I may have a connection to them.
|priscilla ross-fox||Hart family stones|
I would think if the family is still seen in the 1880 census in Indiana that Viola died there. And I don't know if you want to research them if you aren't related.
I forgot to copy the link to her stone....sorry Some days my brain isn't in gear.
|Phil Bo ||Transfer|
Awesome Donna, thank you so very much.
Added by Phil Bo on Mar 05, 2016 6:22 AM
|NArnes||RE: Lee Family|
I have discovered that John Westley Lee son of Absolom Dunbar Lee, lived very near there, which is probably why his family is buried there. The whole family was in the sawmill business.
Added by NArnes on Dec 19, 2014 1:18 AM
|Bill Jordan||RE: Mary and Seth Parks|
Donna, all of the Parks in that row are Seth and Mary Ann's children. If you don't mind I can take care of them too. They are Lucy, Jonas, Mary, Alvin, Samuel, Sarah and Ora.
|Bill Jordan||RE: Mary Ann Moore Parks|
Donna, Mary Ann is my wife's(Mary Edith "Edie" Parks Jordan)great grandmother.If you would like to transfer the site to me rest assured that I will keep it updated. Also, from some of the other posts I saw, you have done a wonderful job with the Elizaville Cemetery. Getting most of the graves on Find A Grave is a great thing to have done. Thank you very much. I have found many many leads in my genealogy research through them.
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