|Felicia (Foltz) Hoffman (#47234645)|
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I have loaded all of the stones at several cemeteries in Crawford County, Illinois, as of December 2013 they are: Ball, Beckwith, Davis-Brown, Lionberger, Prairie, Persinger, Prier, Randolph, and the Watts Cemeteries. I am working on loading all of Oblong and the Mound in Jasper County, Illinois.|
I think it is really inconsiderate of someone to duplicate a memorial when they know the other memorial was loaded first. Just because you are related or know a little more about this person. Remember someone took out time to put the memorial on here so be respectful of others. You know yours is a duplicate when you leave flowers on the others. Also if you see one of mine a duplicate on an earlier one, please do not hesitate to tell me so.
About six years ago I started doing my family tree, and I came across the Find A Grave site. Since I have been using it quite abit, I might as well contribute. I live in Robinson, Illinois so I can find just about any grave in Crawford County, if you know they are buried in this county I would be happy to take a shot for ya. If you want a transfer of any memorials I have loaded feel free to request, I will transfer for anyone.
Also the memorials I load I try and add as much information that I can find on that person. I am going back to some of the first ones I put on here and adding information. Some of my memorials there is nothing about the person I can find, so I load what I have. I do not put memorials on here to prevent family members from them. I usually load the ones I have no information on in hopes that some family member will find them. So anyone may request any of my memorials except my family, I will transfer for anyone. If you happen to see one of my memorials that I doubled on someone please let me know and I will delete it if I loaded mine after the other one. I just do this in my spare time because it helps others learn their family history.
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|Carol Lynn White||Calvin Ray|
Thank you very much for the photo of his stone, and his burial information. I appreciate that so much. I tried to read it, but it is pretty worn down. I got his name, parents, and date. But nothing after that. Could you read it?
This stone also clarifies the spelling of their last name.
There was also an infant, James Ray, who was born in 1854, and probably died that same year. I have to assume he was buried in Brandenburg, since Calvin was. I have a memorial page for him, if you happen to find any info. Their mother Susan was my 2nd great grandmother, through her oldest son, Henry White.
Thank you again,
Carol Lynn White
|Jim Baxter Jr||Thank You!!!|
Thanks much Felicia for the Brown picture.
Stay warm!! Have a great week.
|Kelli Sanders||William Franklin Allison|
Thank you SO much for the photo and information. Thank you too for taking the time to fill my request. I had the wrong death date and this cleared things up for me!
|Donna K. K.||pic|
Thank you for the photo of John Coon's gravestone. We will have to look for the gravestone the next time we are over that way.
|Delores Jean (Kirk) How||Rev Greenberry Dorsa Kirk|
Find A Grave Memorial# 75112780
He is missing my great grandfather, his son:
JAMES MEDFORD KIRK
BIRTH 8 NOV 1848 • Licking, Licking, Ohio, United States
DEATH 23 OCT 1926 • Pollard, Clay, Arkansas, United States (Bur. Cummins Chapel,)
|Christina79||Lynn M Lorance|
This is my grandfather's grave, thank you for getting a photo for it as I can add it to our Ancestry account. Also thank you for the information about where his remains lay, I didn't know that. We only saw him a few times as we were growing up, but I have fond memories of him
|Ed Knecht||Lewis and Melissa Adams|
Hello, Thanks for taking photos of their graves.
|Dee Burris Blakley||RE: Henderson|
No, I am working on a family tree for a friend.
|Claudia Bourdon||Thank You!|
Thank you for the wonderfully clear photo of my cousin's, Carolyn Belle Fulton's, gravestone.
Thank you for all of the good work you do.
|Rosemary Nordstrom||John Thompson|
Many, many thanks for the photo, I truly appreciate it!
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