|The Cats Meow (#47737184)|
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We became somewhat interested in our own family history over the last couple of years and both of us recently retired. We initially thought doing pictures for Find A Grave would be a minor hobby to enjoy now and then however, it has become quite important to us over time. It gives us great pleasure whenever we are able to help someone find links in their family. Also, just being able to document many of the gravesites is fulfilling. We don't think anyone wants to die and be forgotten. By entering information in Find A Grave, it allows everyone a little infamy.|
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|4losthistory||Electa Matthews & Emily Johnson|
REALLY odd I didn't locate either of those memorials but I guarantee you I would not intentionally duplicate a memorial. Please do not delete your own memorials if they were built first no matter how much information the duplicate contains. There may be more duplicates which will now be older than these. I always put a note on my memorial with the details of the duplicate because intentional duplicators switch memorials around with some of their older memorials if they get confronted. I don't turn them in because I would be depriving the members who love policing and reporting memorials to management to have them combined, with ownership to the oldest, from something they enjoy contributing. Thank you for your gift of photography.
|lcntx||Garretts at Mount Pisgah|
I see you are still working hard on photographing families at Mount Pisgah! Thanks for doing the Garretts.
Added by lcntx on Jun 13, 2017 8:35 PM
|Nancy Harris||Mount Pisgah|
I added the bio and obituary information you sent. Thanks! Today's time consumer was locating Mary Elizabeth Harrington Grady's husband. I thought I had the right James Grady, but had to try and track down various children and grand children just to be sure I was right and that took a while!
|lcntx||Floyds in Mount Pisgah|
Nice photos - as always.
Added by lcntx on Jun 10, 2017 10:14 PM
|Nancy Harris||Cox family at Mount Pisgah|
Thanks for adding the Cox family! I love seeing how all these families in Mount Pisgah are so intertwined. Although there are a few "outsiders" who show up from time to time. Alfred Denise was one of those - spent several hours trying to unravel his history, but while it was complicated (his mother married 3 times!), it was mostly successful and very interesting.
|lcntx||Photos in Mount Pisgah Cemetery|
You are terrific. Keep up the good work.
Added by lcntx on Jun 09, 2017 6:05 PM
|Nancy Harris||Mount Pisgah|
Your photos look fantastic! I see you have done some work in other cemeteries in the area - I was able to link some of the Mount Pisgah folks up with a few of them, too.
|lcntx||Photo for Maggie Buchanon|
You're a special person to work so hard on this.
Added by lcntx on Jun 08, 2017 4:40 PM
|lcntx||Photos at Mount Pisgah|
Thanks once again for the photos. You are doing a great job on recording this cemetery!
Added by lcntx on Jun 07, 2017 4:32 PM
|Just Plain Nosy||RE: Duncan James McNeill #144219192|
Hi there! :)
Thank you for pointing this error out to me. I took a look at it and wondered how in the world I could have made a mistake like that, but I didn't. I didn't link Duncan to Dicie. The contributor who maintains Dicie's memorial linked to Duncan. I sent an edit to fix it. Got my fingers crossed.
Thanks again! If you see anything else wonky, please let me know.
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