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Helen Schwartz (#47320577)
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Bio Photo Genealogy has become my passion for the past five 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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Peggy Seubert
Rigg Family
Kenneth Rigg is my ex-husband. Have many pictures of Bill, Ruby, & Rigg family including Mary Alice Rigg, Bill's mother. Lived in Hudson.NH for many years but have lived in Peoria,Il area for last 26 years. Was nice reading your find-a-grave site. Peg Seubert
Added by Peggy Seubert on Jun 21, 2015 7:01 PM
Betsy Monson
RE: neuendorf
Got it posted. Glad to help. They really shouldn't name two cemetery's that close together the same.

Have a nice Mother's Day.

Betsy
Added by Betsy Monson on May 10, 2015 9:04 AM
Betsy Monson
neuendorf
Hi: I have a photo for Raymond Neuendorf, but he is not in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery Faulkner, he is in the Pleasant Hill cemetery Grant also in Franklin County.

I will post the photo if you would like to set up a memorial under the Grant location.

Thanks.

Betsy Monson
Added by Betsy Monson on May 09, 2015 2:08 PM
Tom C.
RE: Shirley (Congdon Goodwin) Lonsdale
Okay - I changed her maiden name to Eddy - is that the name she went by before she was married?

Tom
Added by Tom C. on Feb 05, 2015 8:03 PM
Tom C.
Shirley (Congdon Goodwin) Lonsdale
Hi Helen - I switched her maiden name to Congdon - thanks for letting me know - and put a note on there about her parents - I guess if someone isn't happy, they'll let me know!! (I'm not a family member). I linked her to her real father instead....


Thanks again!
Tom

Added by Tom C. on Feb 05, 2015 3:34 PM
Carol Frey
Grandview Cemetery
Hi, I see you've done a lot of work in this cemetery. I just wanted to let you know I'm loading many photos of the grave markers. I still have more to post.

Carol Frey
Added by Carol Frey on Feb 05, 2015 11:20 AM
Woodenshoes
RE: Jacqueline Haddon Bohn
I have no clue
Added by Woodenshoes on Dec 26, 2014 11:31 AM
Woodenshoes
RE: Jacqueline Haddon Bohn
I have no clue
Added by Woodenshoes on Dec 26, 2014 11:30 AM
Bernetta Walsh
Wm Martin Walsh
Hi Helen;
Greetings from a northern cousin; I just now came across your name on Find a Grave.
William Walsh' parents Bridget and Martin are my Great great grandparents; William's bro. Richard is my Great grandfather. I guess that makes us ---- cousins. I love genealogy.
BTW, I live in Miramichi, New Brunswick, Canada near where the first James Walsh settled. Wd be happy, in fact delighted to exhcange info.

Bernie Walsh
Added by Bernetta Walsh on Dec 02, 2014 8:44 PM
Jim
Primrose, John - Memorial# 19053646
Also, before I forget, I wanted to tell you that in my research I found that a few people on ancestry.com have John Wesley Primrose listed as Isaac's son. I believe John was actually Isaac's younger brother.

This assumption is probably because John was 18 yrs younger than Isaac and lived with him at their Fort Street house in Nelsonville when Isaac was practicing medicine. John was working at the Nelsonville post office at the time and it would have been convenient to stay with Isaac since it was only a few blocks away and John and Isaac's parents were living in Perry County.

The excerpt states that Isaac "was the eldest of six children". This coincides with the 1850 federal census of Isaac's parents home at that time in Perry County.

I just wanted to pass that along before I forgot it. :)
Added by Jim on Apr 26, 2014 6:29 PM
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