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Tami Stevens (#48206262)
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Bio Photo The older I get it seems the more important family history is becoming to me. I want my children, their children, their children's children, etc to know their "roots".

I am glad to be a part of this wonderful website and will do my best to fulfill all photo claims I have made, and some of which were not requested as well.

I do NOT have ownership rights to the photos as they are NOT mine to "own"...They are YOUR family, friends, etc--Therefore, please feel free to use, share them, etc. as you see fit. Although NOT required, should you choose to do so, you may reference the photo source back to me by acknowledging a quick "thank-you"--This would be greatly appreciated.

My family names include, but are not limited to the following: ~ Kramer ~ Thornton ~ Clay ~ Spivey ~ Ramey ~ Stevens ~ Davies ~ Hatfield ~ Clark ~ Reed ~ and I am sure there are quite a number more. Most of my "people" originate from Texas, Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas, Illinois, Wisconsin, New York (Stevens Side)

Since I became an "empty-nester" as of April of 2013--most days you will find me on my favorite internet sites of ancestry.com, findagrave.com and facebook.com -- ALL of these take 2nd to God, family and friends.

I look forward to helping ALL of you fulfill your family tree--Happy hunting and God bless!
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Rosalee Haas
Minnie Haas
Thank you so much for the picture of my great-great Grandmother's grave, it is deeply appreciated. ((Hugs))

Rosalee Haas
Added by Rosalee Haas on Aug 25, 2013 7:27 PM
James Coston
RE: Ramey and Clay
Share away, fotos are only worthwhile if they are viewed.
Glad I could be of assistance.
Later, James Coston
Added by James Coston on Aug 25, 2013 3:02 PM
Marisa
Daniel Murphy Photo
Tami,

Thank you very much for the photo of Daniel. I really appreciate,

Mary
Added by Marisa on Aug 24, 2013 3:52 PM
jean
Amelia Tuttle Willis
Thank you so much for taking and posting the photo of her stone - much appreciated!
Jean
Added by jean on Aug 22, 2013 1:08 PM
Glenn Wallace
RE: Gertrude Ford
Good morning, Tami~~ A plot shot is just a photograph of the vicinity of the gravemarker you are photographing. Usually, burial plots consist of 10-12 burial sites (a family plot, for example). Here is a sample of how I've been doing it. This sometimes helps people understand where one relative is buried next to another. :)
Added by Glenn Wallace on Aug 22, 2013 8:00 AM
JDM
Rose Hill Cemetery and Elizabeth Hagadorn Wilkinson Seeley
She actually has two children buried in Rose Hill Cemetery:

Lodema Wilkinson Dix 1849-1939
AND
Charles A. Wilkinson 1860-1938

They both have gravestone photos posted on Find A Grave.

Thank you again for your help. Jill MacRae
Added by JDM on Aug 22, 2013 4:24 AM
Jim Easom
grave picture
Thank-you Tami for the grave stone picture for Charles Hutchings in the Rose Hill Cemetery in Berrien Springs. I appreciate it.
Jim Easom
Added by Jim Easom on Aug 21, 2013 7:42 PM
Glenn Wallace
Gertrude Ford
Thank you for finding and photographing Gertrude's stone. By any chance, did you happen to get a plot shot of their location? It's recommended so you can see their general location in the cemetery. By the way... WELCOME TO FINDAGRAVE! ~Glenn
Added by Glenn Wallace on Aug 21, 2013 7:31 PM
Nancy Heib
Benjamin D. Townsend
Thank you so much for the photo of the military headstone for Benjamin D. Townsend. Your time and effort are very much appreciated!
Welcome to the find-a-grave web site.
Nancy
Added by Nancy Heib on Aug 21, 2013 6:09 PM
JDM
Elizabeth Wilkinson Seely in Rose Hill Cemetery.
Thank you for your attempt at finding this lady in Rose Hill Cemetery. I went back to my records on Ancestry and BOTH the Michigan Certificate of Death AND the Michigan Death & Burial Index say that she is buried in Rose Hill Cemetery. Since she was married more than once she may be buried under Wilkinson/Wilkenson, who was her first husband, or Seeley/Seely who was her second husband. She has a son buried in that cemetery(with a gravestone photo) so she may be close to him. I appreciate your help, but I still believe she is in there under some form of her name. Her maiden name was Hagadorn. Thank you for your help. Jill MacRae
Added by JDM on Aug 21, 2013 3:27 PM
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