|Debra Polly||RE: Chupp Family in Indiana|
Hi. We may be cuzzins! You are SOOO welcome! Appreciation like yours makes it all worth it, plus I like giving my relatives some "life" after they've passed. They were people just like us! I'll keep at it and add more from time to time... ;D
|lmkerns||RE: CHRISTOPHER JONES|
You did - and you are very welcome - I was glad to do it.
Added by lmkerns on Sep 16, 2011 11:49 AM
|Mary Yeoman Sholey||RE: Mathena Grave Stone|
Weston is a beautiful place, I enjoy walking it very much. Much of my own family is buried there, including my parents, which is where my lots are.
I have learned to carry many things with me to help clean. While I was there this time the caretaker came out to help and gave me some chalk. Now I add that to my tombstone care box that I keep in the car.
|Mary Yeoman Sholey||RE: LEVI AND MARGARET CHUPP|
Thank you for such a nice message. I showed my sister and said that is why I do it. I have such a passion for history. Doesn't matter if it's mine or someone else. I just love the thrill of the hunt.
I thought your name sounded familiar! You are the one with the intriguing family trees on ancestry.com. I guess you have some Rensselaer history in your family, too.
I hope to communicate with you some more on where our families intersect.
PDX, Oregon, USA
Added by Granite on Nov 06, 2010 1:35 AM
|Kay Cynova||RE: WILLIAM PINE JEFFER AND WIFE MARTHA POTTER JEFFERS|
I was very happy to help. They are in a cemetery I had not been to or heard of. It is a quiet beautiful place. Thank you for your kind words.
|Julie M||RE: george cooper|
You did send a thank you. My family was very happy to see we had helped someone. Thank you for sending us a note.
Added by Julie M on Sep 13, 2010 12:08 PM
|Tonya & Keith Tetidrick||RE: SAMUEL DUVALL|
You are very welcome. Thank you for the very nice reply. We also added Samuel's second wife Christine to Find A Grave at Roselawn. Let us know if you would like that transferred.
Tonya & Keith
|DJ||Charles William Hedges 1920|
Grove Hill Cemetery has their website up. The Charles William Hedges that passed away in 1920 was only a day old according to the information provided on the web site. I hope this helps in your research. The site does not show him having a monument. Website address is: www.grovehillcemetery.net.
Added by DJ on Jul 19, 2010 8:23 AM
|DJ||RE: charles william hedges|
I have posted a picture to Charles William Hedges memorial. It is a double stone with Zula listed with him. However, there is a discrepancy in the dates of death. If this is not the correct individual, please feel free to delete the photo. I found it in Section X and the only Hedges I could find in Section P is Elizabeth Hedges, 1885-1915.
I have a photo of her marker if she is in fact related.
Added by DJ on Jul 16, 2010 7:42 PM
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