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I am a wife, mother, and grandmother.|
My passions in life are my family, genealogy,
I started climbing my family tree when I was twelve, and haven't stopped yet!
I have enjoyed taking some "roots vacations" to
Illinois and Pennsylvania. Genealogy naturally leads you to the world of history. I enjoy American History very much.
Many of my ancestors came to America for religious reasons. I have traced them through
just about every war that America has taken part in.
"Turning Hearts" comes from the last verse in The Old Testament, Malachi 4: 6.
Findagrave.com is one of my very favorite websites.
QUOTES THAT I LIKE:
It is a second death after you are forgotten.
How many generations does it take, even in a close knit family, for the fabric to unravel....?
Albert Lewis, Jewish Rabbi
"And death hath come upon our fathers; nevertheless we know then, for a Book of Remembrance we have written among us, according to the pattern of God." Moses 6: 45-46
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Today I was able to photograph John D. Anderson.Next to him was John G. and M.Lucille Anderson. I will add the photos to their memorials.
|Joseph Smith||Sylvanus Cadwallader|
112303229 and 112303228 repaired because my duplications were removed and/or merged.
|JBrown, IA, MN, Calif, AustinTX||RE: John Linzee|
You're welcome. in addition to his old book helping me clean up a genealogy mess, your John Linzee (Jr) had an interesting life (used your info to found the website you drew from). His dad was unique as well, so I enjoyed making the page for him: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=146199155
|Peggy Joy||RE: Lucy J. Roney|
You are welcome, happy to be able to help....Peggy
|SWessendorf||RE: Joseph Trimble|
You are most welcome!
|Theresa O||RE: Helen Jennings and Charles Vodges|
"The writing" is on the caption for the photo I submitted. I didn't know where else I could submit writing. There is no headstone so I photographed the gravesite. If there was a headstone it would have been back to back with the stone in the photo. That is their exact location. If you don't want that, I would be happy to delete it.
|Doris Hartman||Luther Diller 121635501|
You have a photo request for Joseph Diller at Franklin Cemetery. According to cemetery records, he is buried in section I72 but has no marker.
|SWessendorf||RE: Arnold Sorensen|
U r most welcome . Did u see the other three headstone photos I took?
|Frank Ent||RE: Ent|
I am glad to help. I photographed 40-50 headstones for the Ent family in the Bloomsburg PA area. I will be uploading more and adding burial records as soon as I can. I am a descendant of Peter Ent (my 3rd great grandfather). His grave site is the oldest of my direct descendant that I have been able to find so far. My lineage extends back to 1733 and Valentine Endt who arrived aboard the Pennsylvania Merchant. I am fairly new to geneology, but have been fascinated since I started doing research on ancestry.com a few weeks ago.
|BjJ||Howard Young 25434521|
Wanted to let you know that there is no stone for this 8-month old infant. He is buried in an area of hundred of unmarked graves, all singles plots. I have posted all photos of stones from that particular area and had none for him. It's a sad area although well-maintained. The best I can do for you is add a photo of the area, so let me know. I checked for an obit and found nothing that would give more info other than his age that was posted on the cemetery records.
Added by BjJ on Feb 10, 2015 9:40 PM
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