|The Closet Skeleton Genealogical Society (#47115530)|
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The Closet Skeleton Genealogical Society is a group of intermediary genealogists that publicly post their research and blog about their historical discoveries and personal experiences.|
We take photos of grave sites from Barrie to the Toronto area of Ontario, Canada, or beyond if we're out and about.
We are willing to transfer familial memorials to their loved ones assuming they are of closer relation than any of our members and a polite request is made. We reserve the right to deny any transfer request outside of FindAGrave guidelines.
We give permission for our images to be reposted but request that we are notified where the image is being used and that the tag "Courtesy of Closet Skeleton Genealogical Society. Copyrighted Image. Used with Permission." is added to every image. If this tag is not included, we will file complaint with sites other than FindAGrave.com over unfair usage of our work.
Surname List for Researched Families:
Agner, Allen, Baker, Barnett, Barr, Bates, Berry, Bedard, Bentley, Brisebois, Brown, Brush, Bush, Calvert, Campbell, Canuel, Clement, Cochrane, Daoust, Davidson, Dean, Diceman, Doherty, Dorng, Dube, Durnell, Faulkner, Gauthier, Gill, Given, Graham, Grant, Hedgecoe, Hitchcock, Hogan, Hulett, Hume, Jones, Julian, Keffer, Lalonde, Larson, Laveck, Lecuyer, Lee, Lepard, Line, Lowry, MacLaren, McBride, McDiarmaid, McGillen, McKenna, McLean, Metz, Miller, Morris, Morton, Moynaugh, Mulholland, Murphy, Murray, O'Kane, O'Neill, Oster, Page, Plott, Pool, Quantz, Rehnberg, Ruby, Ryder, Sappington, Scott, See, Siders, Skaggs, Smith, Snider, Stone, St. Vrain, Sutherland, Tillery, Todd, Walker, Watson, Wyatt, Yoast, Young and more.
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We're currently helping the British Home Children Advocacy & Research Association catalog and research World War I Veterans. For more information on the British Home Children, visit
|Messages left for The Closet Skel... (5)||[Leave Message]|
|Chris Trudelle||Elphege Gagnon|
I wanted to say " Thank You " for your work. I needed to see this. Thank You so much.
|Deby||RE: Frederick Charles Brownson|
I am not a relative, just trying to get Cemetery on Find A Grave. Sorry I could not be of more help.
Added by Deby on May 03, 2016 1:37 PM
|Evelyn Edwards||RE: James Goodall Paxton|
James Goodall Paxton was my grandfather. I am one of 10 grandchildren and was raised in the home he purchased for his family and died in. While I could take over his memorial I'm not sure if it would be a benefit. I have health issues that does not enable me to be very active anymore. As much as I hate to decline I believe it would be better to leave it with someone who will manage my grandparents memorial well.
|ramo23||Request for Transfers|
I'm hoping to have some of my ancestor memorials transferred to me. They are the following:
Sarah Evans 136763892 (3rd great grandma)
Ann Evans 136763619 (4th great grandma)
James Matthews 136763856 (3rd great grandpa)
Thanks so much.
Added by ramo23 on Nov 17, 2015 1:17 PM
|Alfhard||RE: Elizabeth Nickle Bannister|
Thank you. It's my wife who finds notices like these while doing her genealogical research. I also have an obituary for Jane E. Bannister, which appeared in the same issue of the Montreal Gazette. Would it be o.k. with you if I post it as a picture (under "Other") to her memorial?
Added by Alfhard on Nov 04, 2015 1:56 PM