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Pam Mulder (#47549150)
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Bio Photo I enjoy contributing burial records and photos as I can to this website and I am also working on my family tree, researching the names: Bradshaw, Lenda, Yokich, Bureta, Mulder, Warner, and Bezeau (to name just a few).

I take photos of gravestones as I am able as a labor of love, as I enjoy helping connect families to their recent and distant relatives. Every gravestone photo I take is freely available for anyone to use, as I do not consider myself the "owner" of these photos. My goal is to take clear photos of gravestones in order to create a visual record and to help people connect with their family history. The time I use to take and upload the photos is freely given and I don't presume to "own" the image of a gravestone that was purchased and placed by a grieving family.

I am also equally happy to transfer ownership of any of the memorials I have created to a relative of the family, just email me to let me know.
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Donna M Stefani
RE: Transfers requested
Thanks!
Added by Donna M Stefani on Dec 09, 2015 3:37 PM
Lisa Gerald
Whitney @ West Aurora
Hi Pam -

I believe you are correct that this is actually Roxanna/Roseanna. I have sent in a correction for the lot number (it should be S4 B8 L515 G5). The south half of the lot, which contains grave 5, is labeled H. Hustis on the cemetery map (maybe a mistake for H. Austin?); north half is marked Elfman. A baby Austin is recorded in this lot in 1889; assume this is a child of Lydia A. Whitney who married Henry S. Austin in 1888 in Kane Co. I think these graves are unmarked but I will check again.

Norman Whitney married Roxanna C. Hough/Roseanna C. Hoyle on 17 Aug 1848 in LaSalle Co., IL. There is also a record of Norman Whitney marrying Elvira E. Hough on 16 Oct 1844 in LaSalle Co. Daughter Althea born about 1846 would have to be Elvira's child; I don't see her in the 1850 Census.

It appears that Miriam (Bacon) Fisk (#112285927) may be Roxanna's mother. I'm thinking her father might be Jeremiah Hough, who appears in 1840/1841 in LaSalle Co. The children's ages don't match the Houghs in the Fisk household in the 1850 Census perfectly, but it's close.


Added by Lisa Gerald on Oct 05, 2015 10:40 AM
Donna M Stefani
memorial
Thanks Pam, I wish we were related!
Added by Donna M Stefani on Aug 24, 2015 3:23 PM
Fran Eichorst
RE: Ervin Baewer and Mary Baewer
You are very thoughtful to have taken on this work.
Added by Fran Eichorst on Jan 06, 2015 5:31 AM
Fran Eichorst
RE: Ervin Baewer and Mary Baewer
Thank you so much, Pam, for transferring these and for continuing this work.

Fran
Added by Fran Eichorst on Jan 05, 2015 7:25 AM
luv2read
Catherine & Dawson Woods
Thanks so much for the grave marker photos for Catherine & Dawson Woods. :)
Added by luv2read on Jul 07, 2014 2:55 AM
Lawsonail
RE: Albert Woodle and Family
Hi Pam - I'm a lot like you - I'm really into genealogy & Albert came from my home town but is not kin.

Also you & I share the same first name.

Thanx, Pam Lawson Nail - Brooklyn, IA
Added by Lawsonail on Jan 10, 2014 9:34 AM
 

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