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I am researching my own family as well as documenting cemeteries. I feel it is important to photograph stones before they are forever lost to time. I would be happy to transfer any memorials that are not directly related to me.|
Please do not take offense if I add a different photo to a memorial page. Maybe the photo I took gives a different perspective due to time of year, lighting, etc. Of course, I welcome any additional photos and/or editions to memorials I have created.
Photo Use: If I took the gravestone photo,feel free to use it. Please do not use personal family photos without my permission.
Edits: Use the Edit button on the memorial page for additions/corrections. Do not use personal email for edits unless absolutely necessary.
"Walking. I am listening to a deeper way. Suddenly all my ancestors are behind me. Be still, they say. Watch and listen. You are the result of the love of thousands."
¯ Linda Hogan
P.S. I just want to give a special thank you to all the people who volunteer to take photo requests. Many times it is impossible to see a grave in person and your photo is the next best thing. Many thanks for your time. Paying it forward!
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|james smithh||HUGH WALLACE CAMPBELL|
Hello, my name is James Smith. I'm currently dating Katie Campbell, daughter of Dale Campbell son of Hugh Wallace Campbell Jr. Obviously,your relation as you called him uncle on the page, and a great grandson of Hugh Wallace Campbell Jr. Could you contact me asap? Thanks so much, James email@example.com
Thank you for finding the gravestone of James McNall, who died in 1872 and is buried in Candor. He served in Hill's Regiment of Pennsylvania Militia in the War of 1812, and his wife was given a pension for that service.
I have Vermont McNalls in my tree and often wonder if they are related to those who were raised in Pennsylvania.
|L Evans||RE: Rebeckah Webb|
Your right :) We have lost a lot of the older generation this year alone.... and the parents who are left are not in that great of shape at the moment.... I worked in a nursing home as an activity assistant and social worker.... long story short, make sure he is up and moving... therapy if he can get it.... he won't want to, but it will make the difference between independence or the opposite.
Thanks too for the transfer ;)
Added by L Evans on May 20, 2016 7:48 PM
|Joe Aman||RE: Nettie Weaver/James Magill|
Your welcome, Kimberly. Also added photos to existing memorial for James 1862 - 1926, and created memorials with photo for Elizabeth Magill, Faye Magill, and James Magill 1904 - 1965.
Added by Joe Aman on May 20, 2016 3:25 PM
|Richard Morrison||Bonneys at Wilmington & Brandywine|
Hi, I sent you some edits. Fortunately, the grave markers were transcribed. This link will take you to the beginning of the Bonney listings. Click the arrow to advance. Thank you https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-9YQB-8Q6?i=2797&wc=QZ7W-LG
|Diane McBane||RE: Anna Caler|
You're very welcome!
|Joe Aman||RE: Ebeling/Weaver|
Thanks for the kind words, Kimberly. In addition to William Ebeling, I see you found the memorial for Annie Ebeling. I made the additions to her bio as you requested. In the same area were the graves of Charles, Lucretia, and Rowene Ebeling. I created memorials with photos for them also.
Added by Joe Aman on May 13, 2016 5:59 PM
|Rosemarie||George Weaver # 87548770|
I was wondering if you are related to your memorial George Weaver # 87548770? If so, I thought I was related to him and did some trekking. I got his death certificate, pictures of the house (as of 2016) he and Anna lived in and Anna died, picture of his stone and Anna's, pictures of the railroad crossing where he died, and articles printed of microfilm at the local library of Gibson City, IL. After all of that, I came to find out I had the wrong George and Anna Weaver. If you are interested in these documents, or know someone who would be, please let me know. I would love for these things to get to someone who is related to him and can actually use the information all of these items provide!
Take care and hope to hear from you soon,
|Anonymous||Saunders in Silverbrook Cemetery|
My grandfather is George Erastus Saunders who is buried in Silverbrook Cemetery in Wilmington. My grandmother (his wife) Anna May Truitt Saunders and their daughter, Ruth Margaret Saunders, are also buried there. Neither of the latter two have a marker but are buried in my grandfather's plot. I was there when they were buried so I am sure of this.
I want them listed somehow on the Find-a-Grave listing. Can you tell me how this might be accomplished considering the fact that they have no headstones?
I look forward to your reply.
Corinne F. Lyons
|Mary and Charlie Burrow||SHORTELL AT CHARTIERS|
For your reference, Alice is in Range 12, in the shade of a huge fir tree. Her son J. Clark is with her. We tried to find the two Shortells in Div III. Records indicate there was a marker but we were unable to find it. There are several toppled markers on the hillside, so they may be in that location. I posted more info to their memorials to help tie them in.
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