Holly Kirsch - Newhouse

Member for
9 years 9 months 1 day
Find a Grave ID
48062526

Bio

Note: If you have memorials you no longer wish to manage please feel free to transfer them to me. I will be happy to continue to maintain them for you with the upmost respect. :)

I have been doing genealogical research personally for 38 years and professionally for 28 years.I am a member of The Association of Certified Professional Genealogists and the Daughters of the American Revolution, so I know how important family history is and what it is like to get that picture of the tombstone of your relative to be able to see their final resting place, and getting that one elusive clue that can help jump start your family history again so it is my pleasure to help out with taking photos as I am able. I will try to make sure that all Pocahontas county, Iowa cemeteries and photo requests are taken care of as soon as i can, this is my home county and I have over 7 generations of family buried here so it's very dear to me. I am currently working on taking photos of all tombstones in Pocahontas County, Iowa as well as collecting and transcribing all of the obituaries for each grave, so please bear with me.

Thank you and have a wonderful day
Holly Newhouse

Find A Grave's Updated Transfer Requests Policy (1/22):

Memorials are transferred for relatives with these close relationships: child, spouse/partner, sibling, parent, grandchild, great-grandchild, grandparent, great-grandparent, niece/nephew, great niece/nephew, aunt/uncle, great aunt/uncle, or first cousin. This would include adoptive, step, and in-law versions of these relationships. Please show sensitivity to immediate and extended family members and their requests.

If two members are related within these guidelines and both would like to manage the memorial, the member with the closer relationship should be given management. If the memorial manager refuses to transfer the memorial, contact [email protected] and we will work on it for you. Remember that there are millions of members, and it is highly likely that some of those members will actually be part of your family tree and share some common ancestors.

Note: If you have memorials you no longer wish to manage please feel free to transfer them to me. I will be happy to continue to maintain them for you with the upmost respect. :)

I have been doing genealogical research personally for 38 years and professionally for 28 years.I am a member of The Association of Certified Professional Genealogists and the Daughters of the American Revolution, so I know how important family history is and what it is like to get that picture of the tombstone of your relative to be able to see their final resting place, and getting that one elusive clue that can help jump start your family history again so it is my pleasure to help out with taking photos as I am able. I will try to make sure that all Pocahontas county, Iowa cemeteries and photo requests are taken care of as soon as i can, this is my home county and I have over 7 generations of family buried here so it's very dear to me. I am currently working on taking photos of all tombstones in Pocahontas County, Iowa as well as collecting and transcribing all of the obituaries for each grave, so please bear with me.

Thank you and have a wonderful day
Holly Newhouse

Find A Grave's Updated Transfer Requests Policy (1/22):

Memorials are transferred for relatives with these close relationships: child, spouse/partner, sibling, parent, grandchild, great-grandchild, grandparent, great-grandparent, niece/nephew, great niece/nephew, aunt/uncle, great aunt/uncle, or first cousin. This would include adoptive, step, and in-law versions of these relationships. Please show sensitivity to immediate and extended family members and their requests.

If two members are related within these guidelines and both would like to manage the memorial, the member with the closer relationship should be given management. If the memorial manager refuses to transfer the memorial, contact [email protected] and we will work on it for you. Remember that there are millions of members, and it is highly likely that some of those members will actually be part of your family tree and share some common ancestors.

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