Jane

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I became interested in genealogy after my Father passed away. I felt a need to "find my roots". Find a Grave has been so helpful to me in my search. Obituaries hold a wealth of information, and often allow me to find a "link" to reconnect parents and families.

If you are related and I have a memorial for one of your loved ones, please contact me by clicking on the edit tab on the upper right hand corner of the memorial and then clicking the suggest a correction link to ask for a transfer. Connecting families, both past and present, is what it is all about!!
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COINS LEFT AT A SOLDIERS GRAVE: These coins have a meaning when left on the headstones of those who gave their life while serving in America's military. These meanings vary depending on the denomination of the coin. A coin tells the deceased soldier's family that someone has visited the grave to pay respect. A penny means that you visited. A nickel that you and the deceased trained at boot camp together. A dime means you served with him. A quarter means that you were with the soldier when he died.
*Thank you to CVM! (Findagrave member #48482804) for this wonderful, meaningful information!:)

I became interested in genealogy after my Father passed away. I felt a need to "find my roots". Find a Grave has been so helpful to me in my search. Obituaries hold a wealth of information, and often allow me to find a "link" to reconnect parents and families.

If you are related and I have a memorial for one of your loved ones, please contact me by clicking on the edit tab on the upper right hand corner of the memorial and then clicking the suggest a correction link to ask for a transfer. Connecting families, both past and present, is what it is all about!!
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COINS LEFT AT A SOLDIERS GRAVE: These coins have a meaning when left on the headstones of those who gave their life while serving in America's military. These meanings vary depending on the denomination of the coin. A coin tells the deceased soldier's family that someone has visited the grave to pay respect. A penny means that you visited. A nickel that you and the deceased trained at boot camp together. A dime means you served with him. A quarter means that you were with the soldier when he died.
*Thank you to CVM! (Findagrave member #48482804) for this wonderful, meaningful information!:)

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