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Cemeteries are "a memorial and a record. (They are) not a mere field in which the dead are stowed away unknown; it is a touching and beautiful history, written in family burial plots, in mounded graves, in sculptured and inscribed monuments. (They tell) the story of the past, not of its institutions, or its wars, or its ideas, but of its individual lives,--of its men and women and children, and of its household. (A cemetery) is silent, but eloquent; it is common, but it is unique. We find no such history elsewhere; there are no records in all the wide world in which we can discover so much that is suggestive, so much that is pathetic and impressive." ~~ Joseph Anderson, American clergyman (1836-1916) |
For a very touching poem, see "Dear Ancestor" by Walter Butler Palmer.
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I believe obituaries provide much needed genealogical information that if not captured will be lost. With the increase in cremations, obituaries might be all that outlives our ancestors. Since obituaries are already published in newspapers and on the internet, anonymity has already been compromised.
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|cmarek||Emily Beede, # 103387951|
I fulfilled a photo request for a picture of Jesse Beede's grave (Emily's husband) at Bluff View Cemetery in South Dakota.
I have photos of other graves located with Jesse's, including: Emily, William, and Rosa (you're shown as the manager of all three memorials). These memorials don't already have pictures. Is it OK if I post the ones I have?
Added by cmarek on Mar 05, 2017 7:21 PM
|BParker||Created Memorials 74239158 & 81758739|
You created the above mentioned memorials for Fred Chaussee and Florence Authier Chaussee respectively and then transferred them to I believe a family member. I requested a grave marker picture for them out from Grace Hill Cemetery Hawarden, Iowa through Find A Grave. A volunteer went out and the office said there is no record of these people in the cemetery. Can you tell me how you knew of this cemetery for Fred/Florence Authier Chaussee?
Added by BParker on Mar 05, 2017 1:05 PM
|Kyle Wernli||Canion Family|
Hello I am a descendant of the Canion family and I am related through Joseph Monroe Canion and James W Canion I am doing research on James father to validate that Wiley Cannon is his father I will need Wills, military records, census from when james would have been in the house, bible records, birth records (usually from a church) newspaper articles...things like this are all standard accepted documentation. Is there any proof that Wiley Cannon is James W Canions father can you help me ?
I already have a Will of Wiley Cannon however I still need some more source to validate him as the father of James W Canion.
|wm williams jr.||Thank You|
Thank you for all the work you do to help people.I live a long way away from my fathers grave and thanks to you and all the other folks that take the time to take pictures and volunteer your time for a great cause is GREATLY appreciated.Again, thanks and god bless.William Williams jr.
|Christine Thacker||Richard E. Kelly|
Thanks for all the pictures you post :-),The link above has the wrong pictures.
Richard J. Kelly does not have a posting his wife does, and the wrong wife is listed for Richard E. Kelly ??
This sec. of the picture appears to be in the Veterans Garden.
Thank you for any help in this matter.
|Becky Ramsey||Findagrave Photographs|
Linda, thank you for all your contributions to the Findagrave website and for permission to use those photographs in our family tree files. I am using your photographs of the grave sites of Ethel Geneva McElroy Dinkins and her family in the Emorys Chapel Cemetery in Upson County, Georgia in my Thaxton file. Again thank you. Becky
Hello - could you please connect James Whitehorn memorial number 136335031 to his wife Fanny (Rogers) Whitehorn? Her memorial number is 55016102. Their daughter Ella's memorial number is 55016125. I have a DNA match to these people but haven't found the actual connection yet. Thanks!
|Becky Byrns||Maggie Mae Skipper Lowe #87270095|
I do not think that the info on the above record is correct for the Maggie Lowe buried in the Porterdale Cemetery. According to the Georgia death index this Maggie Lowe was black. Maggie Mae Skipper Lowe was white and was born Nov 14, 1887 in Bibb County, Georgia. She died in Richland County, South Carolina Mar 26 1953 according to the death certiicate I have found on line. Joshua is Maggie Skipper Lowe's husband and Robert Lowe is one of her sons. Her death certificate states she is buried in Elmwood Cemetery in Colunbia, SC although I haven't been able to locate her gravesite there. Maggie Mae Skipper was my great grandfather's sister. I could be wrong here but I thought you might want to know about the coflict.
Have a Merry Christmas & HAPPY New Years..
|Gail and Scott Hannah||Edits|
Thanks for all of your time and effort. I really appreciate your accepting the edits promptly. gail
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