Begin New Search
Refine Last Search
Cemetery Lookup
Add Burial Records
Help with Find A Grave

Top Contributors
Success Stories
Community Forums
Find A Grave Store

Log In
Anonymous (#47283828)
 member for 7 years, 23 days
[Add to MyFriends]
Bio and Links
Bio Photo As we approach the Memorial Day holiday, may the green walkways in the hallowed grounds of the cemeteries in your community become more meaningful to you and may we all appreciate the efforts of the many volunteers that contribute to FAG...May you and yours find a little quiet time for reflection and may we all spread a little kindness and patience in all the seasons of our lives...

If you have any add'l info or corrections on any of the memorials I have posted please use the "EDIT" tab on the memorial to send me a "correction or suggestion." Please don't be offended if I ask for your resource(s). I'm not being critical, just thorough.

I have a number of projects going at once and therefore some of my memorials are lacking details but are on my "to do" list...I try really hard to include a detailed biography on the memorials I create - most are not my family, I'm doing what I can to help others with clues - don't yell at me if what I have posted isn't what you think it should be - I am a VOLUNTEER and have a life full of challenges beyond FAG memorials, census records and birth/death certificates. I'm guilty of mistakes and oversights just like the recorders who wrote the info down over the centuries...

My motivation is to provide historical records to others. "Pay it forward." If what I've posted helps you in your genealogy or provides you some comfort because you can visit a grave from near or far, then my mission is accomplished and I urge you to help others in some way.

I don't mind if you use my pics for your personal use or even on your genealogy website but CREDIT FAG FOR THE PHOTO! If you save a photo to your computer from and then upload it to a website, reference and the memorial number, let others know about this website! Without the reference, I consider the image STOLEN.

The image of the peacock was a logo for a talent agency business in 1969 located in St Simons Island, Georgia. The owner,
"Country Bill", aka Robert Lee Davis, born Charles G Raymond, also had residences and/or connections in AL, FL, VA and MA. If you have any info on "Country Bill" or if you have seen this logo anywhere, please send me a message with any information you have by clicking below on "leave message." OR send a post to his Facebook page: click here.
Thanks for your help in telling the story of Country Bill's life/death.

Upon my death I authorize any of my memorials to be transferred to any FAG contributor as they are requested.
[thanks to FAG Cathy Clark for this statement on her contributor page as this is my desire and agreement wholeheartedly - perfect and appropriate]

 Contact: Leave Public Message
Contributions to
Find A Grave
 • 23,331 Memorials Added
 • 22,826 Memorials Managed
 • 63 Memorials/Week
 • 12,159 Photos
 • 5 Photo Requests
 • 131 Volunteer Photos Taken
 • 1,750 Virtual Flowers
 • 3 Virtual Cemeteries
 • 4 Fame Ratings
 • 10 Sponsorships
 • 35 Friends
Search Contributor's Records

First NameLast Name

Virtual Cemeteries
Hoosac Tunnel Central Sha... (13)
Pastors of 1st Congo Chur... (8)
Thunderbolt ski (3)
Find A Grave Friends
10th Generation, anonymouse, Art Parker, Bonnie/Barb, Carol L, Chris G., D J Pimentel, David Edsall, Dawna Westbrook, DeeB, Dennis BeMent, Don Blauvelt, Frederick Siebe..., Gary A. Parsons, GGreene, goose, James Bianco, Jen Snoots, Judy Winn Grave..., Kevin Avery, [View all Find A Grave Friends...]
Messages left for Anonymous (910)[Leave Message]
D J Pimentel
RE: Taylor family at Rural
Thanks - Photos are posted and I sent an edit for little Willie's DOB
Added by D J Pimentel on May 20, 2017 9:09 PM
D J Pimentel
RE: Taylor family at Rural
Thank you that would save me time - I took another 180 photos on Tuesday and still have a backlog from previous trips and hope to go back this weekend.

I had started to do some research on them. I believe the little worn stone is John (1860-1928) and Ellen (Wood) Taylor's infant son, William R. Taylor (1894-1895) aged 2m 7d.
Ellen is listed in 1900 & 1910 census' as mother of one deceased child and the only word I can make out on the stone is "Willie".

The other bit I came across is that Ann (Robinson) Taylor may be Ann Robinson (Smith) Taylor. She's listed as Ann (Smith) on her son John's marriage register and as Ann R. (Smith) on daughter Emma's marriage register.

Also of note I think # 131347552 in Ludlow, MA may be her daughter Alice. I didn't do enough research to ask for the link but it did look promising.

Keep up the good work you do and I'll keep posting photos!
Added by D J Pimentel on May 20, 2017 8:40 AM
Joni Ottman
Dorothy Stebbins Kemp

I am direct decedent John Stebbins Dorothy's father and mother Hannah Allen Stebbins. I had a question on Dorothy's memorial: 68376722.You posted that her mother died in 1772. Could I possibly ask where you got that date. Do you have any documentation that states this a factually. I have not been able to find any information on her date of death or location. Thank you for any information you may have that you would like to share.

Joni Ottman
Added by Joni Ottman on May 16, 2017 7:16 PM
I'm seeking a transfer for #96753889, Herbert E Newcomb. He was my grandfather. Thanks!
Added by Kerfuffle on May 04, 2017 1:54 PM
Thinking of You
Dear A, I wanted to say hello and thank you for your assistance during my 2+ years on Find A Grave. I have not been online very much lately, but felt compelled to tell you that you are one of the nicest and most helpful contributors I've had the sincere pleasure of dealing with. Happy Spring! Warm thoughts and positive energies are being sent your way!
Added by SonofaBourbeau on Apr 30, 2017 11:33 AM
Vicki Hittson
RE: Edward Hamlin.
Thank you so very much! His granddaughter, Florence Ernest Hamlin Rheberg is enjoying this memorial. She just turned 98 years old. This family's ancestor was on the Mayflower.
Added by Vicki Hittson on Apr 25, 2017 9:45 AM
D J Pimentel
RE: 1953 death New Bedford
Sorry, the New Bedford City Clerk's office is only open weekdays while I'm at work. Their website uses the same PDF for both birth and death record request by mail, noting a $15.00 fee without specifying if that is just for birth records or both.
The closing on the PDF states:
"Please call the city clerk's office regarding any questions you may have at 508-979-1450 between the hours of 8AM 4PM, Monday Thursday or Friday 8AM - 12PM or by email at"

Sorry I couldn't be of help.
Added by D J Pimentel on Apr 09, 2017 9:32 PM
thank you -
Thank you for your edits to the Mayflower cemetery memorials. -Zoe
Added by zoomurray on Apr 08, 2017 6:24 AM
thank you for info
Augustus Graves - updated
Link to memorial:
Added by zoomurray on Apr 03, 2017 8:57 AM
In Search Of
RE: Rural Cemetery Jennings family
ymw just drop note on anyone else
Added by In Search Of on Mar 30, 2017 7:52 PM
[View all messages...]

Privacy Statement and Terms of Service