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Helen Schwartz (#47320577)
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Bio Photo Genealogy has become my passion for the past three years. I love Findagrave.com and have been so grateful for the volunteers who help me view a relative's gravesite. I recently received a CD of letters my elusive 2nd great grandfather wrote from 1857-1875 thanks to a relative who found me on findagrave.com!
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Mary Schatz
Hattie Sadler
Helen - I have transferred Hattie Sadler to you. Thanks. Mary
Added by Mary Schatz on Feb 01, 2014 9:46 PM
Ann Anderson
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Added by Ann Anderson on Jan 30, 2014 11:35 PM
K
Walter Fred Watson
Do you have ancestry.com? I go by census records, death certificates, & birth records. If you know the date your person was born & where he was born that is the key to starting the search. You could start the search on his father & census records would have him in it. I sure hope you find a photo.
Added by K on Jan 25, 2014 3:48 PM
K
Walter Franklin ''Fred'' Watson
This is enough to get confused about. The only reason I know the line is I am working on it for another lady who is in DAR with me. In the 1900 Census records Larkin Watson 43, {{{Celia E. 39 Her tombstone in Laural Springs Baptist Church says Betty Wellborn Watson. Her name is Celia Elizabeth. Her parents are buried in Stony Fork Baptist Church Cemetery, Watauga County, NC. You will see her Celia Elizabeth in the group picture.}]]] Walter Franklin Watson was in the census records in 1900 Watauga County. He was born in Watauga County, N. C. Larkin & ''Betty'' Celia Elizabeth Wellborn Watson graves are not linked because there is no marriage bond. Watauga County, NC courthouse burnt & burnt many records. I wish there had been a photo in uniform but there wasn't. The lady I am helping knew him from her parents. Go to Fleetie Bell Idol on Find A Grave in the same cemetery. She is the daughter of Larkin Watson & Celia Elizabeth Wellborn Watson. Put that in your tree with also. And you will find Comadora Watson in the same cemetery. I put a photo on Find A Grave for him. The people who go take pictures of tombstones don't always subscribe to ancestry.com. Walter Franklin Watson's parents are Larkin Watson & Celia Elizabeth Wellborn Watson. I am not good at breaking down what I say. I tried emailing you.
Added by K on Jan 24, 2014 11:31 PM
K
William Franklin Watson
Please tell me where William is buried. Cemetery, State, county & everything.I will check census records. If you don't feel that it is his photo I will delete the photo. I have tried to find this. I can't. Thanks for your help.
Added by K on Jan 24, 2014 5:55 PM
K
Walter Franklin Watson
Please tell me the cemetery, county & state. I will be glad to check. Thanks so much
Added by K on Jan 23, 2014 9:21 PM
Louis Roth
RE: Roscoe Coleman
helen

glad you are happy

peace

Louis
Added by Louis Roth on Jan 08, 2014 7:38 PM
Cynthia I. Zuliani Baker
Jarstad
Glen now has a headstone.
Added by Cynthia I. Zuliani Baker on Dec 05, 2013 11:05 PM
Cynthia I. Zuliani Baker
Jarstad
Was at the cemetery today and took a shot of Glen Jarstad's head stone. Would you like me to add it to his memorial? Cyndy B.
Added by Cynthia I. Zuliani Baker on Dec 05, 2013 12:18 AM
Frank K.
RE: Earl and Marjory Congdon
You are welcome for the transfers.

I noticed one thing on some of your memorials. The use of the prefix "Mrs.":
That is intended for those women who are buried with their husband's name, like "Mrs. John Doe". Note there is no "MR" in the scroll down menu for prefixes. Could you please take out this prefix on memorials where the lady's first name is known, it goes against the site's naming conventions. Thank you for your time. Frank
Added by Frank K. on Nov 29, 2013 9:47 PM
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