|Sharon Welch (#47009998)|
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Hello To All...Finding our ancestors has become a passion in our lives and we truely enjoy it. It all started a few yrs ago when my husband and I realized we hardly knew anything about our family history. We were soon on a conquest.... |
We also soon found out how important it is to have people out there who can help us find our families stones that we ourselves are unable to go visit and see. Thank all of you for what you do! Becoming a photo voluteer is our way of helping others as much as they have helped us.
We have recently relocated to the Marion County area so visiting the cemeteries in the new county will be our mission.
Our closest immediate family lines are Welch, Knupp, Knedler, Barnett, Rains, Saylor, Eakins, Brown, DeWitt and Ellis. We do most of our exploring in Southeastern Iowa and Northern Missouri.
We do add "non" family names from time to time that have not already been posted, so that people can more easily find their relatives.
I am more than willing to add any personal info or link relatives for these memorials if they are not your "DIRECT" relative within the 4 generations per the find a grave guidelines. I firmly believe in following the rules set by find a grave (due to some very unpleasant prior circumstances in the past)so I do my best to comply to them for transferring memorials.
So...duplicating an entry to add your own information or adding biographical information in the flower sections (which is a no-no!) will not be necessary.
Please see the Find A Grave guidelines for this type of activity!!!
I have found that requesting to manage a memorial is "NOT" the important issue here in Find A Grave....its getting information put on our family memorials that is important!
If you want multiple monuments photographed, please take the time to request a photo for each person rather than attach a message to one request asking for multiple photos or "everyone else in that cemetery with the same surname." Its easier "not to miss" names by printing a list and saves on gas by not having to go back because you missed someone!
I also give permission for any of my pictures to be used for geneology purposes. Not for recreating and duplicating memorials.
Good Luck To All Of You!
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|Ronnie Miller||Emaline Robinson Memorial# 47288056|
Thank you for adding the information to Emaline Robinson Memorial# 47288056.
Another daughter has found her way home today!
Please continue your fine work in helping us all find our family members.
Onward we travel,
|Rhonda Brown||Celia Rains|
Thanks for the edit on maiden name. I've been checking and I think it is Brenner, not Brennon. Thanks for making me do a little more research.
|Deborah Myers||RE: C. H. Hilliard #47292439|
Thank you for correcting his name and adding link to Frances. However, you will need an edit to put their marriage date in as 1923 or it shows him as her first husband. He was her second husband.
|Deborah Myers||C. H. Hilliard #47292439|
I was looking for what happened to my great-great-uncle Thomas Polson's wife Frances Elizabeth Garringer. I found her memorial in a cemetery with her second husband. After much research I finally found him in census records. His name was actually Cary R. Hilliard and he was born in Ohio.
Thank you for the transfer of Rachel Nicholson.
Added by KLElkins on Jan 11, 2017 11:13 AM
Margaret Duncan Richmond. I noticed you created the Find A Grave for Margaret. Can you tell me are you related to her?
|Linda Linn||RE: Stephans DeKock|
Thanks, Sharon. I will delete my memorial. Sorry to make extra work for you when there was already one on Find A Grave. Sure wish Find A Grave had a fuzzy search!
|Linda Linn||Stephans DeKock|
Find A Grave Memorial# 166984342 is his wife. Would you mind adding your photo to it also? Thanks.
|Graveyard Dog||RE: Rains|
My pleasure! I am truly enjoying my new hobby :)
|RoseOfThePlains||Memorials# 46707261 & 88850134|
Thank you for the update and for all your work here at Find a Grave. It is a lasting gift to so many people. Best wishes to you.
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