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Dennis Tucker (#46990876)
 member for 9 years, 2 months, 4 days
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Bio Photo Researching ancestors in the rural areas surrounding Duck Creek Hundred, Delaware and Eastern Shore, Maryland has been challenging. Years ago, all I had to start with was names and dates on headstones. Of course, those discoveries only led to the next brick wall and cemetery road trip.

Many memorials I have created were surnames requested by others or of interest because they were part of my ancestor's communities.

Thanks to all who have provided corrections and additional information for memorials. Duplicates occur when cemeteries are merged or a memorial is moved or modified. Often, this occurs when obituaries stating services will be private are used to create a memorial and someone later adds the cemetery. Unfortunately, there is no activity log to track changes and I delete my submission as duplicates are reported.

If I've created a memorial for another person's family member, I'll be glad to transfer it to them. Use the online 'Edit' tool for corrections / additions and transfer requests.

My photographs may be used in family genealogy projects without my written permission.
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nettie wilson
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John Miller
Dale L. Layman
I have no direct interest. Would prefer to transfer. Entered as part of a complete photo survey of Brookview.
Added by John Miller on Nov 20, 2016 12:34 PM
Patricia Jones Lewis
RE: Martha A Jones
Thank you for this added information!
Added by Patricia Jones Lewis on Aug 01, 2016 9:08 PM
Patricia Jones Lewis
Martha A Jones
Thank you for trying to find the grave.
I know she was married to Jacob Alfred Jones.
He was probably buried in the same cemetery.
Added by Patricia Jones Lewis on Jul 22, 2016 8:16 AM
todd hansell
Anthony Sarnocinski
Thanks very much for the transfer!
Added by todd hansell on Jun 05, 2016 8:17 PM
Stephen A Conner
Georgia Cohee
Thanks Dennis,

I was trying to find the death date for Georgia Cohee's husband for some time and hit a brick wall. I suspect that his last name was misspelled in the death indexes. Now that I have a year, I can do an exhaustive search.

The photo is very nice.

Best regards,

steve conner
Added by Stephen A Conner on Jun 02, 2016 8:10 PM
Bill Utermohlen
Eva Vansant
Thanks for pointing out the wrong cemetery for Eva Vansant. I have deleted the memorial.

Bill Utermohlen
Added by Bill Utermohlen on Feb 06, 2016 1:08 PM
Dottie Colleen K.
RE: Smith @ Asbury Cemetery
Hello Dennis,

I am confused by your message. Can you help me?

I do have John L. Smith and his father listed in Asbury Church Cemetery in Millington, Kent County, MD. I see there are 2 cemeteries created for the same cemetery - obviously, findagrave has to combine them.

You wrote about 'near Chesterfield' and I don't see where you found that information?

Thank you kindly,
Dottie K. # 46831435
Added by Dottie Colleen K. on Nov 20, 2015 2:08 PM
Rose Christensen Perry
RE: Christensen - Oxford
Thank you for the transfers. The Christensens in Delaware, could possibly be related.
Added by Rose Christensen Perry on Oct 14, 2015 11:29 PM
Rose Christensen Perry
Ralph E. Christensen
It was confirmed through family that this is my oldest half brother, who we called junior. I was hoping you could transfer him to me, please.Rose Christensen Perry(#47613788) Thank you. Ralph E. Christensen #73724632
Added by Rose Christensen Perry on Oct 13, 2015 9:23 AM
James Ethridge
just added a pic for you
Added by James Ethridge on Oct 02, 2015 6:50 AM
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