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I've entered various kinds of cemetery records here at findagrave.com:|
1) My own family members, if I know what cemetery they have been buried.
2) Photographed many, many cemeteries in the Readington Twp., Hunterdon Co., NJ area. I do not live in this area anymore.
3) Various cemetery records that I have access to books for all US States.
4) I am just about finished with photographing the cemetery in Wanette, Oklahoma. There are about 10% unphotographed and have to figure out which section that I missed. This is my hometown cemetery so its especially dear to me.
5) Starting to photograph more cemeteries in the Eureka, St. Louis Co., MO area...but I've been slow at this. The Franklin Co., MO Cemetery Society pretty much has this area covered. Their contact information is www.cemeterysociety.org.
I have an interest in all tombstones of service men and women. Especially the ones that mention the Revolutionary and Civil War.
I research many surnames, such as: Adkins, Akins, Armitage, Cullins, Elms, Harding, Kirkpatrick, Pennington, Pitts, Redford, Thomas, Whiteaker, Woodrome/Woodrum, Wilson, etc.
If you find any errors or would like to have additional information posted to any records that I have added, please contact me and I'll make those changes for you.
I have no problem with transferring ownership of a memorial that I have created. Just ask and it is yours.
You have my permission to use any of the photographs that I take for your genealogy family history. No need to ask, this statement is all that you need. If you list me as the source for the photo, just source me as Mindy.
Please do not be offended of headstone photo's that I took. I think the persons would rather be remembered than told to remove and forget. Its not my intention to hurt or offend.
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|Debbi||Mary Ann (Lee) Pennington|
Would be interested to know where you found the parents name in Mary Ann's memorial (#122529709). Mary Ann was the sister of my late husband's gr-gr-grandfather Joshua Leonard Lee.
Debbi Girth Geer
Added by Debbi on Feb 15, 2017 3:42 PM
|Kevin Colwell||Ruby Colwell Grace l# 91268315|
Hello, I would like to request a transfer of memeorial of memorial# 91268315 Ruby Colwell Grace. She is the sister of my Grandfather Narvol Colwell. Thanks, Kevin Colwell
|JoAnne Alcorn||Theophilus Pennington b 1802|
Hello, I'm doing research on my husband's family, direct descendant of Theophilus Pennington b 1802 NC. Your entry says more research is needed on parentage. Have you had any better results to sort out Wells vs William? I'd be glad to share anything I have.
|Vicki Bishop||David Brian Pennington|
You will need to edit the family links. Our Mother's memorial is 171902514.
|Vicki Bishop||David Brian Pennington|
This is my brother thank you for making such a nice memorial page for him. He died in Pomona, Los Angeles County, CA right across the street from where we grew up. He fell off a roof while trimming a tree for a friend and died instantly on his birthday. Such a sad day for us. I will try to post a couple more pictures of him for you.
Vicki Pennington Bishop
P.S. I will connect him to our Mother who just died last month as well.
|bkh||Bonnie Thetus Hopkins Jenkins, Memorial# 12163337.|
Do you know who added this information on Bonnie Thetus Hopkins Jenkins, Memorial# 12163337.
Thetus was first married to William A. Jenkins. They divorced and she married Joe Anderson Griffey. They divorced and she remarried William A. Jenkins.
I'm doing research on this line and wondering how accurate this information is.
Added by bkh on Oct 26, 2016 4:02 PM
|Cyndi-NE & MO||Penningtons|
Mine go from PA, OH, IN, IL, IA, NE, and just recently found some of the side branches in KS and WA. :). The only one that drives me crazy is my John Pennington born about 1827-28, OH, son of Joshua & Mary Higgins Pennington, grandson of Amos & Elizabeth Barre Pennington who died somewhere in IL , most likely in Hancock County, after 1870 census and 1880 census where wife is widow. ??? I've looked high and low and only one I've been able to locate online in various records is one I asked you about years ago and you thought it was an older John. I need to take a road trip to Illinois. :) Anyway if I find any directs that you manage I may ask for a transfer. Mostly I've just seen note or pics you added to various memorials. Thanks for all you've done, helped me out several times because of notes you added. cyndi
|Cyndi-NE & MO||Pennington line|
I see your name on quite a few Pennington memorials, messages etc. Several you have in your virtuals Seem to connect with some of mine. Are your yours descendants of Amos & Elizabeth Barre Pennington PA? Interested in swapping info ? Maybe we have separate branches of same trunk. PS I live in South central MO. Cyndi
|Karen Lindley||Herma T. Kaps, Memorial# 54314153|
Would you add the following obituary to Herma's page:
Mrs. Herma Kaps, 63, died Friday at the Somerset Medical Center, Somerville, N.J.
Born in Glen Gardner, N.J., she was a daughter of the late Herman and Lillian Drake Stadtler. She lived in Lebanon, N.J. for 10 years and spent most of her life in the Hunterdon County area.
She was the former operator of a restaurant in the Royal Blue Coach Terminal, Clinton.
She is survived by her husband, Carl, four sons, John Hockenbury, Stevensville, Mont.; Robert Hockenbury, Tulsa, Okla.; Karl Kaps, Orlando, Fla.; and Allen Payne, Chicago; a daughter, Beverly Hockenbury of Phillipsburg; a brother, Herman Stadtler, Lebanon, N.J., and 12 grandchildren.
Services will be held 10 a.m. Monday in the Kearns Funeral Home, Old Highway, Whitehouse, N.J. Interment will be in Evergreen Cemetery, Clinton, N.J.
(Appeared in the Easton Express (now Express-Times) on December 23, 1979)
|June Phillips||Civil War type Tombstones|
I am impressed with your terrific record on Findagrave! I am hoping that since you have seen many Civil War type Tombstones that you will be able to date some ancient ones in an old family cemetery in Virginia that is in my family. The graves belong to three young children who died in this time period. The graves are each rectangular and framed in something that looks like concrete about three inches wide. Have you ever seen any like that?
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