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KE Tuttle (#47292223)
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Bio Photo "Grandchildren are the dots that connect the lines from generation to generation." Lois Wyse (20th century)

"Life is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset. What you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others." S Pierce in memorial of "Woody" and Wilda Woodward.

I am a grandmother picking up the genealogy work started by my father, mother and uncle. As a member of DAR, I helped with the Centennial Chaper NSDAR project of photographing all the headstones in Weld County Colorado. http://www.coloradodar.org/chapters/centennialstate/cemeteries.html

Now I am combining work and putting my family genealogy (ancestors and descendents) on a data base and reaching out to family via memorials across the nation and around the world and taking photos of cemeteries where I go for others.

If you have a friend or relative in Mountain View, Idaho Veterans Cemetery, Terrace Lawn or Cloverdale Cemetery, Dry Creek or Old Pioneer (Idaho City), I will be glad to take a photo of the headstones for the memorials or transfer memorials that I manage.

If you want to copy any of the photos I have posted, feel free to as long is it is not used for profit.

"Upon my death I authorize any of my memorials to be transferred to any FAG contributor as they are requested."
[thanks to FAG volunteer 47283828 for this statement on their contributor page]

"If ever there is tomorrow when we're not together... there is something you must always remember. you are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think. but the most important thing is, even if we're apart... i'll always be with you."
~from Winnie the Pooh
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jack
RE: Ruby Lindsey 53952376
I will be glad to take a photo and download it to this memorial. Jack
Added by jack on Aug 31, 2015 1:33 PM
Robert Copeland
RE: Sadie Pennock
I've added a photo of the marker for Sardis "Sardie" Flowers to his memorial. A bit clearer than the one already there albeit not quite as attractive. I was interested in the Flathead County marriage certificate showing that he resided at Tobacco, Montana. I was raised in Lake County next door to Flathead and had never heard of Tobacco. As I collect Montana history, I was able to look it up in "Names on the Face of Montana", and the entry reads; "Tobacco (Lincoln County) was opened in 1894 with John Leonard as postmaster; it closed in 1905 and the mail was sent to Eureka. It was a Great Northern station named for its location on the Tobacco River."
Onetime Tobacco and present day Eureka practically straddle the Flathead County/Lincoln County line only a few miles south of the Canadian border. Not sure if this is of interest to you but thought it might possibly be.
Added by Robert Copeland on Aug 29, 2015 9:33 AM
Robert Copeland
RE: Sadie Pennock
SARDIE Pennock's plot number is E 171 8 1 and the plot is already cited in the memorial. This puts her next to Florence Pennock (171 8 3) and Bertha Pennock (171 8 2). I don't believe that they have stones either, but the burials of these three, according to Grandview maps, would be just south of the large stone marking George Maurice and Laura Pennock on one of its sides and members of the Flowers family on its opposite side. This stone is just south of the center of section E. The Pennocks and the Flowers must be related, no doubt by marriage. The unusual name SARDIE appears on a nearby stone for Sardie Flowers, so it was used by both families.
Added by Robert Copeland on Aug 29, 2015 7:28 AM
EveyBl
RE: Solomon Tuttle
I don't mind at all. If you ever want him back, just let me know. I hope things calm down a bit for you soon; you need a chance to catch your breath and just grieve. <3 All the best, Evey
Added by EveyBl on Aug 24, 2015 11:05 PM
EveyBl
Solomon Tuttle
Hi! I got a message that you had transferred Solomon to me. Did you mean to do that? I thought you had wanted to manage his memorial...
Added by EveyBl on Aug 24, 2015 6:37 PM
kahrenfroe
Thank you
Thank you for acknowledging my dear son Rob death.
Added by kahrenfroe on Aug 17, 2015 5:02 PM
Carlene Steel
RE: Joseph & Veta Wilson Gish
If you would transfer them, I'd be glad to take them & add info as I find it. I appreciate so much your effort & time to put memorials up on Find A Grave. You do a really great service for so many. Thank you. C
Added by Carlene Steel on Aug 13, 2015 4:06 PM
Carlene Steel
Joseph & Veta Wilson Gish
Thank you for their transfer. I appreciate the effort & time you spent putting their memorials on Find A Grave. It was very generous. C
Added by Carlene Steel on Aug 12, 2015 10:48 AM
Marie Bonafonte
RE: Hotchkiss - Grove Cemetery
I just finished so you can go back in. I'm not related and so don't have any information other than that I found in Ancestry.com and familysearch.org. I feel a lot better about what it now shows in FindAGrave.com especially using the Hale Cemetery Inscriptions as a cemetery burial indicator.
Added by Marie Bonafonte on Jul 26, 2015 6:04 PM
Marie Bonafonte
Hotchkiss - Grove Cemetery
Hi, since I had originally created these memorials, I now am able to access Hale Cemetery Inscriptions so I will update with info from that listing as well as what else I can figure out very quickly. I will let you know when done. Meantime, to answer your questions - Hale listing notess "Lost in Battle of Antietam, 9/17/1862, 34 yrs" - first name is Leander, Jr, son of Leander and Sarah L. Hotchkiss.
Added by Marie Bonafonte on Jul 26, 2015 4:31 PM
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