|Tom Denardo (#767)|
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DOES ANYONE KNOW THE NAME OF THIS UNION OFFICER? He appears to be a 2LT. What is HIS NAME AND UNIT? On the reverse side of the photo it says Partridge's Gallery, Wheeling West Virginia.|
Findagrave was founded in 1998. When I first joined this site back in july 1999, we had to mail our photos to Utah and they would upload the records. This meant I did not get credit for many records. Anytime you see my photos dated before 2002, that meant I found the records but only credited with the photo. I have numerous trees on ancestry that I have done for friends. Ancestry com is where family trees are put together. Findagrave is a separate entity---This is one of my contributions I leave to future posterity.
Tips on researching your family tree.
Records from the 1800s:
Example 1. Mary T. Lincoln, the 'T'
usually represents her maiden name, not her middle initial.
Example 2. Robert Todd Lincoln. The first born son's middle name is usually his mothers maiden name.In this example, Todd is his mothers maiden name.
My goal is to do Quality Work, Not Quantity Work.Copyright information: You may use my photos. Most people do not give credit to the people who actually take the photos.People listed as FAMOUS on this site are "maintained by findagrave", which means only they can edit/add information. Any records I have that are Famous, I can't change a thing for you, sorry.
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|Darby Dan||Tim Tam # 15356447|
Thanks for trying. I can't believe that Find A Grave thinks a Hall of FAME Horse is not Famous. And, look at the Find A Grave FAMOUS Memorial # 7749120, Tim Tam is listed on it. Oxymoronic. There are a number of other thoroughbreds they accepted as famous with far, far less credentials. I think I will communicate with them on this subject as from my research it is obvious Find A Grave personnel has no knowledge of thoroughbred racing.
|Richard Garber||RE: charles moore|
Thank you. That worked perfectly. I have since found his obituary in the Kansas City newspaper. Although one source had said Charles was his brother, the obituary listed a Charles Moore as his son. I appreciate your help very much.
|Cheryl Ayres||Re: William Harrison H Rutt|
He died in Kansas City,Wyandotte,KS according to Kansas, Fraternal Order Death Index, 1873-1969, he belonged to the Ancient Order of United Workman (AOUW) #30
Added by JMW on Jun 06, 2016 10:22 AM
|amys||McLaughlin photo request(s)|
Tom - Thank you for getting these photos! This helps us a lot. As a photo volunteer myself, I appreciate the time and effort you spent fulfilling the initial request, thanks for letting me know about Helen as well. I had not located her yet, super. I did check to see that she didn't have a memorial already, and I've added one per your instruction so you can add her headstone photo. Thanks again, and thank you for your contributions to findagrave. Take care, Amy
Added by amys on Jun 05, 2016 3:42 PM
|sniksnak||RE: grizzly bear|
I saw that. Early this morning I sent them an edit about the plot info that I sent you yesterday. They accepted it not long after I submitted it.
So glad she's famous! Great job, dear Tom. ❤
Added by sniksnak on May 18, 2016 11:06 AM
|Jennifer Bauer||Smith family in Salem Cemetery|
Thank you for the beautiful photos!
|Steve Trudgeon||Carl Coleman - Photo Request|
Thank you for the photos. I really appreciate the favor.
Thanks, Tom. I don't have him listed in my Bear VC and did a search but wasn't able to locate him. I visited and will be back. Have a great weekend! Fondly, Suse
Added by sniksnak on May 14, 2016 4:27 PM
|Ms Martie M||Lucille & George Elliott|
THANK YOU so much Tom for these wonderful headstone photos for their memorials and especially for catching and correcting my error on George's name.
God Bless You;
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