|Jenny Dené-Hotchkiss (#47344781)|
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|Family history is a passion of mine. Knowing more about our ancestors and then locating their graves helps complete the story of one's life. For the last 15 years I have researched my own family history. I truly appreciate the service and time of strangers that have photographed my ancestors graves, homes and shared personal photos. In return, I have chosen to help others in their own pursuits of information especially with locating graves of loved ones. Cemeteries are exquisite places full of love and sorrow. As I photograph graves for others, I feel more closely connected to humanity.|
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47,381 Memorials Added
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Added by Anita on Feb 01, 2017 6:35 PM
|Lady Sarah-Jane||Hi Jenny...|
Thank you so much for that information... I have looked for so long to find my nans grave... Now I know old Kilcully cemetery. :)
Hi Jenny -- you uploaded information on this grave in Old Kilcorney Cemetery in Cork. I was wondering if you have a picture? I understand it might be useless since it's impossible to read but would love to see it anyway. I have a long-standing request for this particular site. I believe it is my great grandmother Ellen O'Connor (nee O'Sullivan) who lived 1847-1925 and was buried with her grandparents Cornelius and Ellen. Thank you.
Added by KOGold on Jan 14, 2017 1:04 PM
Hi Jenny, Thanks so much for the pictures of the cemetery area where Stiles and other unknown soldiers were buried during the Civil War. I really appreciate it. Have a Happy New Year, Robin.
Added by RLA on Dec 28, 2016 7:42 PM
|Margaret Johnston||Hugh Johnson|
Dear Jenny, I see you have listed a relative of my husband's Hugh Johnson in the Waringstown Holy Trinity Church Cemetery. Craigavon, Armargh, Northern Ireland. He and his wife Morland. Would love a photo of this grave and any more infomation on members of his family other than what you have recorded on "Find a Grave". His son William John and Elizabeth Hardy came to New Zealand in the 1860's. Hugh & Morland are my husband's 3rd Great Grandparents. Thank you so much for listing them, but as you say the photo of the grave makes a closure to those people and maybe gives a clue as to their parents, and so the tree goes on.
Kind Regards, Margaret Johnston New Zealand.
|Kathy||Sgt Walter L Martin|
Wow, Jenny!!! You made my head spin with how quickly you got those photos posted! Thank you so very much. Walter's marker in Greenwood Cemetery has nothing but "Walter." Now his has his full name and story back.
Added by Kathy on Dec 03, 2016 10:11 PM
|Lanie||Ophir United Methodist Church Cemetery|
Thank you for adding the Davis family grave photos from Ophir United Methodist Church Cemetery. I Really appreciate your doing so!
Added by Lanie on Nov 28, 2016 4:42 AM
|dickbelle||Thank you, and Rq Permission to post photo|
Hi Jenny ~
I am contacting you to thank you for your recent photo of the Memorial to POWs at Salisbury National Cemetery, and to ask your permission to post a copy of the photo on the Fold3.com memorial pages of Pvt Hiram Kelly and Pvt John Jordan - both of the 26th MASS Inf.
Thank you for considering this request,
|Mindy ||RE: Cassidy-Martin family info|
Dear Jenny Dene-Hotchkiss,
Thank you for your previous correspondence. If you are a local resident, would you be able to suggest a genealogist familiar with the parish who may be able to assist in my search?
Added by Mindy on Nov 14, 2016 12:17 PM
|Beverly Lanning Poole||William Aldred|
Thank you for alerting me to the duplicate that I created. It was certainly unintentional and you were very kind in your suggestion to remove.
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