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I've been doing genealogy for more years than I care to remember and all of my family knows that it has become an obsession. I love doing the research and finding new relatives. But I am not just a name collector I like to know if the person is related even if it is only distantly. My niece Jan Bean is helping me to add family members to this website. I really appreciate all of her help and support. I have added memorials that are not related and I am happy to do transfers of memorials that are not part of my family. PLEASE DO NOT ADD EXTRA HEADSTONE PHOTOS OR PHOTOS OF CERTIFICATES to my memorials, this leaves room for photos of the deceased within the five-photo limit on unsponsored memorials. DON'T JUST TAKE MY PERSONAL PICTURES OF PEOPLE, PLEASE ASK PERMISSION.|
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|Dennis York||RE: FAG# 14638528|
Thank you for your kindness.
Here is an example of how I post your tombstone photographs in my private FTM file:
"Photograph of Aquilla YORK (1818 NC - 1876 IN) Tombstone provided by Sharon (#46795073)"
|Dennis York||FAG# 14638528|
Please consider this a request to copy and use your photograph of the tombstone of my cousin Aquilla YORK (1818 NC - 1876 IN). There most likely are several others in the Center Valley Cemetery. Several members of my family migrated from my native Randolph County, North Carolina in the early 1800's to pioneer Indiana.
Your kind consideration will be greatly appreciated.
Thank You, Dennis York Find A Grave #47405652
|Dana Garrow||Foil photo request|
Hi Sharon! Hope you've been well! I stopped by St. James's cemetery the other day to locate Mrs. Foil's marker for you… there's not been a footstone like her husband's added yet. Actually there's very little room to do so the way the plot is situated. But the family may find a way. If it's okay with you .. I'll add the photo that I have showing her burial plot and marker. I'll keep and eye out and see if they add a footstone and let you know. She was a teacher when I was in school… everyone loved her! Take care! Dana
|Pris Santos||Infant Daughter Walton and Jack Walter|
I saw your photo requests for these two at Pine Hill Cemetery and after many months of looing, I came across the city cemetery's search website and don't find these two listed based on last name and death date. If you have other records indicating burial here, you may wish to contact the cemetery for a burial location. After looking, would it be appropriate for you to list the burial as unknown? Whatever you think is appropriate. Best regards.
|Scarlet||Sam J. Fry 39201770|
I have added a copy of his obit to the listing. I found it in a stack of newspaper clippings that I got from an aunt who helped clean out a house in Columbia, Tn.
Added by Scarlet on Oct 23, 2015 12:05 AM
|Joyce Worthington Brewer||Jesse Riggs|
Article I happen to have --
Jesse Riggs -one of the oldest settlers of the county, died at his home southwest of BERWICK January 12, 1891, the result of injuries received about a week before. While he was helping drive several colts into the barn at his place one of them struck him and knocked him down on the frozen ground. Three of his ribs were broken, and the lining of his lungs was pierced by one of the bones. He was eighty-three years old and did not possess the strength to recover. His burial was in the cemetery at BERWICK.
Just thought if you didn't have this you might be interested in it.
Hello. Can you please update Memorial #11638716 to show Rachel Bean Gann. Her maiden name was spelled Bean. Thank you!!
Added by OkieFind on Aug 21, 2015 11:41 PM
|Michael Travis||RE: Photo|
It was my pleasure. I am currently trying to photograph all of the headstones in Claremont Cemetery. Will finish in a month.
|Sharon Raines||Mae Terry headstone photo and location|
Thank you, Sharon! My name is Sharon as well, and I am Mae Terry's grand daughter. I have been trying to find out where she ended up as her obit. said she was buried in Clyde Park, but I cannot find her there. I was unable to attend her funeral as I was out of state for my job the year she passed. Now that i know I will have to go look for her when I next get to Livingston.
|Sheryl McBride||RE: James Gryder|
I was happy to be able to get this photo for you. I have a map for this cemetery, and it helps tremendously that you usually have a plot number listed with your photo requests. I will get some more photos for you in a few days. I will also try to get some info on Henry Moose as well.
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