|Jean G. (#46600282)|
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Joined Find a Grave on December 26, 2003.|
(I don't do this just for me~ if I have photos that you'd like to use for your Ancestry projects please feel free to do so... and No - I don't need to get credit for the photo...)
I had been looking for my Paternal Grandmother's grave for a very long time... no one in the family could tell me where it was. Thanks to this site, and Carolyn Farnum I have found her final resting place~! Thank You for all your work!
To repay the kindness, I make an attempt to put as many photos and grave markers that I can on Find a Grave.
If I have added a grave and you would like it to be transferred to you, just let me know...
~*~ONE FINAL GIFT~*~
Scatter me not to the restless winds
Nor toss my ashes to the sea.
Remember now those years gone by
When loving gifts I gave to thee.
Remember now the happy times
The family ties are shared.
Don't leave my resting place unmarked
As though you never cared.
Deny me not one final gift
For all who came to see.
A simple lasting proof that says
I loved and you loved me.
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|Barbara Lawn||Elmyra Adams|
Jean - Thank you very much for your time and effort in taking the photograph of my husband's great, great Aunt. Barbara
|Cindy Palmer||RE: William C. Lesh|
can you fix it on Find a Grave where William Lesh is really buried? Not at the Grove City? I was not aware of him being at the State Hospital.
Thanks for your effort of finding him. Cindy
|Rebecca Sheehan-Plotkin||W. H. Pocock #144011807|
I go each day to the Library of Congress website and read the newspapers from 100 years ago. It is a fascinating glimpse into the past. Today, I found a most interesting item - a letter written by W. Hardy Pocock to his friend and school mate, Frank Hogeboom. I'm not sure why it was printed in its entirety in the Fulton County Tribune (Wauseon, OH) on 12/22/1916, but it is very interesting. It tells all about Mr. Pocock's life and farm in Washington. I thought you might find it an interesting read. It's in the right-hand most column on the page.
|Mr. Jean Coston||RE: Linda M. Paterson|
|Mr. Jean Coston||Linda M. Paterson|
Dear Jean G.
I need your help!!
Linda Marie (Hughes) Paterson died Nov. 11, 2061 and
was placed next her, Susan Hughes in Mt. Vernon
Please find the head stone and send me the name and
dates to me so I can make a memorial for her and link
mother to daughter. No hurry.
|Mr. Jean Coston||Susan Hughes|
I need your help!!
Linda Marie (Hughes) Paterson was buried next to her
mother Susan Hughes in the Mt. Vernon Cemetery per
At your convenience, please find the head stone and
send me the name and date so I can make a memorial
and link Linda to her mother Susan.
|Rhonda Ragan||Thank you!|
Dear Jean G. Thank you so much for taking a picture of my grandfathers headstone. It meant so much to me. I am crying seeing it for the first time. May you be blessed for your kindness!
|ANN DOWNS||Downs and their relatives|
If you would like to transfer any memorials with with last name of Downs to me that would be great.
Thank you for posting these memorials.
Ann Bair Downs
|Mary Tapia King||You are awesome!|
I cannot thank you enough for finding and creating a memorial for my great grandfather's grave. And also a huge thank you for transferring management to me. Your kindness has made a lot of family members very happy!
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