|Sarah Lee (#46631361)|
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I became interested in genealogy in elementary school, and I started actively researching my family in middle school. I've enjoyed every adventure since then.|
I came across FindAGrave.com when I was trying to do some family research for my husband's family. After finding one of his family members, I decided to search for my own family. I was surprised to find that a number of my Dad's family in Missouri was already posted online with memorials. I was so grateful that someone had gone out of their way to input my family online. After all, they didn't have to. They weren't related to them, didn't know them. After that I decided to become a member in hopes of keeping alive the memory of my relatives as well as others even if I didn't have the privilege of knowing them, for I want to return the favor that was shown to me.
My husband, Mark, enjoys coming along and visiting cemeteries with me. He claims half the pictures we've posted he took, but I'm not so sure. :-)
Please leave me a message if I have made any errors in my listings, or if you have additional information.
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|CEAB||Tom and Nancy Rosebery|
I have seen your postings of the Rosebery family. Are you a close descendant of this family? I came into possession of a 1928 anniversary quilt made for Tom and Nancy and I am trying to find a direct descendant to give it to. It has many family names embroidered on it. I am not a Rosebery descendant and want to find a good home for this precious quilt. Hope to hear from your soon.
Added by CEAB on Jun 10, 2017 11:08 AM
|D. Blean||Dean Swift and Edmund O Efner|
Thank you for making the requested changes:
For others who may be interested, Philetus Swift (1763-1828) (Findagrave Memorial #48390199) m. Sally Dean (1774-1823) and they had son named Dean Swift (1794-1818) who married Ann Whiting (1790-1850), a sister to Mehitable Whiting.
Wish we could find the source of Edmund O Efner's name also. Devon
Added by D. Blean on May 15, 2017 7:56 PM
|D. Blean||Edmund Efner's #28120645|
Edmund Efner's mother was Mehitable Whiting (1798-1828) Find a Grave # 65767838. Who is Sarah Swift Efner? Could we please have her name removed?
Here is my Ancestry research if you would find it helpful and have an Ancestry account:
I see you have lots of Doty and Efner relatives. Edmund Efner was my 2nd great grandfather so I guess you and I would be related.
Thanks for your Find a Grave work. Devon
Added by D. Blean on Apr 24, 2017 8:31 PM
|Ron Rader||Belinda Swede Cem photo|
You accidentally uploaded a photo for the Belinda Swede Cemetery to the Strong Cemetery.
|CBH40||Violet Alfred Cropper Harris – Memorial# 74714967|
Violet has relatives in this website:
spouse: Steven L Harris - Memorial# 74804989
Leonia Eveline Lee Pipes - Memorial# 14932540 - her mother
James Harve Lee - Memorial# 40205865 - her mother's father - her grand father
Cecilia Lelia Doty (Lee) Dugas - Memorial# 47655745 - her mother's mother - her grand mother
Gertrude Ruth Lee Bigler - Memorial# 75458416 - her aunt
Naomi Mary Lee Thornton - Memorial# 48033396
- her aunt
Desire Bernard Dugas - Memorial# 47655746 (grandma Dugas’ second husband) - grandfather she grew up with - grandma's second husband
Her great great grandmother and uncles are in here too.
Carolyn, her oldest cousin on the maternal side
Added by CBH40 on Apr 05, 2017 6:25 PM
|RLM||Re: Mem. #15179729|
It's nice to see your hard work that produced this memorial in 2006, and it's too bad that in 2009 Mem. #41524486 was created as a duplicate.
Wonder if it's possible for the 2 contributors to create a merged memorial, so that all the links will be in one place, avoiding a disagreement about which links point to which duplicate memorial ?
Not assigning blame, just pointing out an issue :)
Added by RLM on Apr 04, 2017 3:00 PM
Steve never was a car sales was motorcycle mech and food sales man will try and get a obit for you
Added by fargojim on Apr 01, 2017 10:04 PM
|deanna french||FAG # 10443902 Hollis Montague|
Hollis Montague was a Native son of Vermont, being born in Fletcher in 1841, and enlisting in the 2nd Vt. Infantry, as a musician, during the Civil War.
May I use the photo's that you contributed to his Find A Grave memorial, to post on the Vermont Civil War site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You will receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Julie Harris||The Harris Family|
This is Julie Harris. Thank you very much for your efforts in keeping the memories of my grandparents alive. I too have often visited their graves, despite the fact that they are hard to find because of being unmarked.
I have begun my own ancestry research and any information you have would be most appreciated.
Michael was one of my closest cousins. He was the one we had most contact with. Please tell him that I still have the little Holly Hobbie calendar that he gave me at our home on Nosilla. Growing up we rarely saw Frank and John. The other cousins lived further away. We were always concerned with Luke and brother Rule's (spelling?) health. I hope they are doing well.
Michael seemed to be in awe of my father Jake, like Jake was some great hero in his eyes, or at least that is how I remember history. Michael always proudly called him "Uncle Jake" and loved to share the connection with others.
None of us predicted that Michael would marry one of the Miller girls. Let's see I think there was Patty the career oriented one who worked for a bank? and MaryAnn the very pretty one. My memory may fail me though. Anyway we were happy Michael found a family of his own with Debbie being a proud mother.
You know my family and I lived next door to Rosehill for many years. I am disappointed that more was not done to mark the graves. We rarely even visited them back then. Since growing up, moving to Dallas and then on to my life in Miami I have visited the graves as often as I can. I think they are marked by trees that have grown larger. The staff at the cemetery were not super helpful. But I do think my visits were in the general area.
Julie Estes (Harris)
|Henry Smith||Pattie Lee Patterson Smith Obituary|
If I send you an obituary for Pattie Lee Patterson Smith will or can you insert it on her page? I am her husband.
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