I am a descendant of John Parminter and Christian Kronberg (both 1800's immigrants) and am interested in family geneology. Please let me know if you see an error in my work.
I also enjoy photography where it can document any recordable fact or event, as well as the beauty of nature.
Where possible memorials here should have at least one picture of the headstone, and where known, the location of the plot. This site would not be of much use to anyone if it were not for the people creating memorials beyond their own family. These should be transferred if they are your close ancestors and not mine. Who knows, we may be cousins!
If I have created a memorial of your family member, it was with great respect and the hope that someday you will find it and want it transferred to you (see "Help with Find A Grave" for transfer guidance. NOTE - I follow FaG guidance on transfer of close ancestors.) Let me know if I can help or if you have some additional info, I will be pleased to add it for the memorial. Please use the "edit" tab on the memorial for these suggestions or transfers.
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RE: Herman Dunham - Not at Acacia My apologies Stephen for not getting back to you sooner. I am so sorry. Thank you so much for inquiring on my Herman. I do know he died in Los Angeles back in the 1920's and have yet to find out how and why he was down there.
Lettie Hunter Thanks for offering to supply a photo of Lettie Hunter's gravesite, Stephen. When your photo of her husband's gravesite did not show her buried with him, I began to fear I'd specified the wrong cemetery for her. Now I have hope that some of their other relatives allegedly buried there may turn up as well.
Yes, I did keep the email (sorry it wouldn't let you reply), so I can use some of it for Alice's bio.
And yes I know I get a tad wordy in my bios. I do know it's a grave site and not a family tree site- but the memorials I personally enjoy the most, are those with the most information/stories in them. Those people are then 'alive' just a little bit longer as I read about them. That can't be such a bad thing.
And yes I'll take very good care of Alice (and transfer her to anyone who is closer).
Thank you for understanding I care.... And thanks for caring so much too. Rebecca Dodds