Ron Rader

Member for
15 years · 4 months · 15 days
Find A Grave ID
46566382

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You have my permission to use any photos that I have taken, for any purpose. Such as using on a family tree or publishing in a book. You do not have to give me credit for the photo.

If there are any photos I have taken that you would like a larger sized image--just let me know. I can e-mail the larger sized image to you.
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15 Jun 2018 - Recently, I have been going through some old photographs I purchased on eBay. These (most of them) were identified in writing on the photo. I am attempting to take those names and locate the person/s on Ancestry and FindaGrave. Once I am able to locate the individuals, I then scan their photo and place them on the FindaGrave memorial.

I have also gone through some old digital newspapers on Newspapers.com and NewspaperAchive.com. I am constantly finding old obituaries in those papers. I then take those obituaries and attempt to locate the deceased on FindaGave. If these people have no memorial, I then build their family tree on Ancestry and create a memorial for them on FindaGrave based on the info from the obituary and the family trees. It's a real challenge to locate these people, but is very gratifying when I do.

If you are one of those people who like posting flowers, please go to these memorials and post flowers. It would be appreciated.
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Amy Shonio
Amy was pregnant. She was lured to a cemetery by her lover. He attempted to perform an abortion on the child. When that failed, he strangled her.
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Zillah Prophett
A school teacher or teacher's aid.
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Stella Sykes
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Cecile M. Nye
Lowell S. Durfey
Cecile and her boyfriend Lowell parked next to the Jonesville Cemetery. They both died together in the car from carbon monoxide poisoning. It is believed that their deaths were by accident, not a suicide.
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"Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail." (Ralph Waldo Emerson)

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