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I began visiting local cemeteries for my family history and quickly changed to photographing as much of a cemetery as I could and posting the photos or entering a new memorial if there wasn't one before. I hope to help those looking for their ancestors, and also to preserve and document the gravesite. So many stones are deteriorating rapidly, and natural or man made catastrophes are endangering some cemeteries. It is vital that we preserve this information for future generations. I also find it very peaceful to walk in our local cemeteries, and a connection in knowing that many years ago they walked the same ground and lived their lives here.|
If I have maintenance of a memorial that is related to you and you wish to manage it, please do not hesitate to let me know and I will gladly transfer to you. I believe they belong with family.
Feel free to use my photos as long as it is for family history or genealogy related matters.
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|decline||RE: Ernest Clark|
HI is this bluebanana Sharon? It's Diane :) from Oregon.. If not I am a direct descendant of both Ernest Eugene's(1860 and 1889 North Dakota)..
Sharon I know how busy life can be so I appreciate
all that you do!!!!
Contact me if you ever need anything :)
Added by decline on Jul 20, 2017 12:00 PM
|kck||RE: Christopher H Demange|
I added a memorial for Sophia DeMange-do you want it transferred?
Added by kck on Jul 09, 2017 3:05 PM
|WalksWithAngels||RE: Charles L DeMange|
Happy to assist Sharon.
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|Jim Fenn-Lawson||RE: Theodore A Pendleton#81038290|
Thank you for taking the time to add the information and creating the memorial. JIM
|Jim Fenn-Lawson||Theodore A Pendleton#81038290|
Sergeant Theodore A Pendleton was a member of the 2nd Connecticut Heavy Artillery Regiment. The source of this information is from the book The Story of the 2nd Connecticut Heavy Artillery Regiment by Richard W Smith. Thank you for creating the memorial and all you do for Find-A-Grave. JIM LAWSON
|pkarchs||William Taylor Newton (1850-1935) & parents | Indian Hill Cemetery; Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT|
Together with his parents (now linked), thanks for the transfer of this important collector of books and ephemera related to Ralph Waldo Emerson and the Transcendentalism movement.
Philip in NYC
Added by pkarchs on Nov 18, 2016 5:42 AM
thanks again for taking marker photos ! you are appreciated
Added by Maggie O on Nov 16, 2016 2:19 PM
|Maggie O||THANK YOU|
thank you for taking photos at Old Saint Vincent, NY !! if any of them are family please let me know
Added by Maggie O on Sep 10, 2016 7:22 AM
Thank you so much for what you have done! It means a lot to our family.
Our question: Is there a plot map for the Toppenish Cemetery? Thank you for your time.
Added by MK P on May 28, 2016 2:28 PM
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