|Wendy White (#46488441)|
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Life-long Utah resident (non-LDS). I am happy to fulfill photo requests anywhere in Salt Lake County.|
I will transfer memorials that I have created IF THEY ARE NOT MY BLOOD RELATIVES OR THEIR SPOUSES.
If you are creating Findagrave memorials for non-relatives, PLEASE do it with as much care and accuracy as you would for any of your most cherished relatives. Please add as much detail and biographical information as you possibly can from RELIABLE sources. These people were once alive and breathing and loved. They are not just names, dates and statistics. THANK YOU!!
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|Cindi Crist||#137209729 Noah Henon Martin|
I can not thank you enough for posting my Great Grandfather Lorenzo Sherman Martin's brother to F.A.G three months ago. I have been searching for him for so very long. Now to find his wife and children. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you...!
|Tom Speers||Re: Major Robert Walker|
Major Robert Craighead Walker's parents are Major John S. Walker 1770-1856 who has Find A Grave # 53610670 and Diana Craighead Walker 1780-1853 who has Find A Grave # 53610669 who are buried in the Old Elizabeth Cemetery in PA. Robert's wife Elizabeth Blaine's brother is James Gillespie Blaine a famous politician.
Elizabeth Blaine Walker had 4 children - James Blaine Walker, William Gillespie Walker, Julia Walker Fisk, and Margaret Walker Salisbury whose husband O.J. Salisbury is buried in Salt Lake City, UT.
Major Robert C. Walker's nephew John Brisben Walker 1847-1931, son of his brother John Walker Jr and Nancy Maria Speers Krepps (who had moved to Denver CO), was the major developer of Cosmopolitan Magazine in NY city in 1889-1905. He sold Cosmopolitan to publisher Randolph Hearst. John Brisben Walker had lived in Jefferson County, CO.
Tom Speers, family historian
|ColePC||RE: William Glen Wheeler - Thayer|
Your welcome! Yes had to dig that one out. Tried to get the best photo I could of it.
Added by ColePC on Sep 24, 2014 2:36 PM
|RickC||RE: John and Sabina Yeager|
You are very welcome. I think many volunteers try to avoid big cemeteries, especially if there are a lot of names being requested. This cemetery was large, but easy to walk through. I still need to go back and finish looking for a few more markers.
Added by RickC on Jul 26, 2014 4:55 AM
Thank you. I linked her to her parents! I love your bio pic!very cute.
|Marcia1061||RE: Wildermuth - Obetz Cemetery|
You're quite welcome -- always happy to help. Glad you like the photos; my husband is a retired photographer and I get his hand-me-down equipment, so it's kind of a cheat. ;)
|Judy Mayfield||Rebecca Lambdin|
Yes, You may use my photo for your ancestry trees.
Wendy, I am happy to "squeeze in" all the edits you can provide. That's what this is about.
Added by Kevin on Sep 18, 2012 4:02 PM
|Nancy Riddle||Bush/Davis family|
Linked and made the edits you requested. The portrait of Rebecca Bush Davis is simply charming. Best regards.
|Dee Dee McHenry||RE: Joseph Graham|
I don't think the snakes are out yet, thats why I was brave enough to give it another shot. lol...there was a rabbit that shot through the cemetery, all it took was hearing it move to make me scream at the top of my lungs. I'm glad the bunny was non poisonous!
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