michelle anderson

michelle anderson

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2 years · 3 months · 17 days
Find A Grave ID


all of my family research found online and through relatives and help from other search and family tree geneaology sites is partially recorded along with other relatives found for our family history. blogspot is a great way to take notes on your searches done in your genealogy searches and where others can contribute as well. http://bluebloodstoindians.blogspot.com/
i love the fact that findagrave links to other websites to confirm things a bit better, and do certainly appreciate all the volunteers whom have contributed so much here..

i too love photography, using my phone camera...and do need to visit a couple places here nearby...i became a contributor as i too wanted photos and to know where my relatives were laid to rest, and found way more than i ever expected to find without even leaving town.

now i can try and help get information to you although it does seem as if it will take a bit of detective work without exact spots to search in locations requested. if possible please provide as much information in your requests as possible for graves to be easily found. looks like there are tons of requests, guess i may need to get moving soon.
why cemeteries dont already have a map and photos of every grave listed somewhere is beyond me. seems that would be pretty important documentation to prove who is there i would think. but i guess they leave that up to us all and that is why we are all here.
working together to find missing pieces to our stories is nothing short of awesome on the part of each volunteer helping out here freely asking nothing in return for their time or expenses to travel and take photos.
i love researching and photography, gives me something to do in my spare time when i am able to do so.
i have families by the last names pettit, essary, wilson, prine, sobka, jacobs, ciesielska, fuz, just to name a few and with brances further out in every direction have even found relatives and ancestry back to the early 1600s on one branch of my family tree...imagine the graves to record here for all that. so yes i will help here, no i do not expect anything in return and yes it will be fun to try and see how many missing long lost past relatives we can add to our cemetery collections and maybe even find just a little more about them and ourselves in the process..
thank you for trusting me enough to help in your journey here.

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