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This is a new interest for me and love the detective work involving putting the pieces of historical puzzles back together.|
It has been great to 'meet' other findagrave members, as well as new family and friends, and I really value these wonderful new connections. Thank you to everyone who has worked so hard on this website!
I am related to about 90% of the memorials that I created and/or maintain and like to make them as complete as possible by adding photos, linking relatives and including record info whenever possible. I am not a hoarder and would be happy to transfer any memorials where there is no family relation. I don't care about the findagrave suggested guidelines - family should ideally be with family and it doesn't matter to me if you are a second great-grandson or a niece. I appreciate any additions or corrections anyone may have.
*Please feel free to use any of my gravestone photos, but please contact me first before using any personal family pictures I have posted.
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|Carole Whittemore||James Brown - Salem Cemetery|
I transferred James Brown to you so you could make the adjustments. Have a Happy New Year!
|Red||RE: Civil War Records|
Thank you for the information. I'm sending you an email, subject: Jacob Hampsher, with more information. Red
Added by Red on Dec 03, 2014 7:43 AM
I have the information on my tree on Ancestry, it came from a website called Our Northern Roots. There is not a source sited on the website. Link to website: http://www.ournorthernroots.com/search.php?myfirstname=&mylastname=hampsher&mybool=AND
Added by Red on Dec 01, 2014 7:21 PM
|Har37x||RE: Clarence Gibons, his wife Ella Robbins|
You are welcome.they were buried near Robbins family
Added by Har37x on Aug 27, 2014 5:25 PM
|Har37x||Clarence Gibons, his wife Ella Robbins|
There are two cemeteries; Mount Bloom and Saint Marys. I have only found the family in Oakland Cemetery. The Bureau County Genealogical Society is the best place to get help. I will try to get there this week and check the master index for all Bureau County Burials. It is not 100% accurate, but a very good start. The BCGS can help research the family beyond burial location. They are a great resource.
Added by Har37x on Aug 16, 2014 6:45 AM
Thank you for taking the picture of my Uncle Norman's marker. We really appreciate it.
|Kathy F.||RE: Elijah Keyser|
You're welcome! I didn't see your newest request for Kate Moyer until after I came home. I'll take that one in the next week or so.
Added by Kathy F. on Jul 09, 2014 9:04 PM
|karen kelly||RE: Gleason Stannard|
Sorry to have delayed approving the edits you worked hard at putting together. I'm handling that right now!
|Dave Robison||RE: Lydia Moseley Fowler|
And I forgot to mention, yes, I've taken the on-line course at BU and found it to be an excellent program. It's no "walk in the park" but an intense course that seems to go by quickly!
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