|Sharon S (#47984605)|
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I am researching the names Marshall, Jackson, Pergau, Bonsteel, and Greene.|
For all of you fellow volunteer photo takers out there - we owe you a big round of applause for all of the hard work that you do!
I try to only take photos for relatives of listed memorials. I don't agree with people copying newspaper obits and entering them as memorials. I joined F.A.G. to help other genealogists see where their next of kin have been laid to rest. If I have ever posted a not so good photo and you have a better one I will not be offended if you post yours and let me know.
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|Jeanie Emerson||RE: re: William Stewart 1849 - 1929 & Sarah Breckenridge 1843-1932|
Sarah Breckenridge was Wm's 3rd wife, her 2nd marriage. If I remember correctly, her husband was buried in another province. I don't know if he died or they were divorced to end their marriage. I don't have access to all my records at this time. She does have children and grand children in Brockville cemetery.... so, I assumed she is also there.... or maybe buried with her 1st husband. Her children and grandchildren had last names of Gilroy and Steacy.... I'll send on more detailed information as soon as I can. I did get your email with the link.... thanks.
|Jeanie Emerson||RE: re: William Stewart 1849 - 1929|
thanks so much for looking !!! do you look at records on-line? I didn't mean to waste your time... wanted to check one more time.
I live in Montana, I was actually at that cemetery in Sept 2010! the man from the maintenance shop and I looked at the hand written record books. (loved that they didn't have on-line records! 2 OLD record books!) They do show my great grand father, William Henry Stewart, being buried there. The man walked out with me to make sure I found the correct grave. He was certain we were at the correct location, but no headstone. I was disappointed, but Great Grampa died in January and I believe his arrangements were taken care of by step-children, them being the only available in the area. I understand it would not have been up to them to pay for a stone. IF!! I get a chance to return, I'm hoping to have a stone made and placed. I've been lucky enough to go to cemeteries or find online pictures of head stones for all my great and 2nd great grandparents!
thanks again for your time!!!
|John Russell Pierson||Walter McNish|
Thanks for the pic!
|Roslyn Roisman-Patchi||Ethel M Byers|
Thanks for the beautiful photo as always!
|Steven M||George B. Anderson (#128550642)|
Thanks for the photograph.
Added by Steven M on Jul 24, 2015 8:59 AM
|James J. Barrett||RE: Charlton|
Hi Sharon, would you able to send those headstone photos of Chrles and Bonnie Marie Charlton to my home email?
|NWpioneer||RE: William Hewitt|
Thanks for your kind offer, but that William Hewitt you found is not the one I am looking for. My William Hewitt was born on 15 Feb 1900 in Ontario.
Thank you for the photos at Athens Cemetery. I have given you photo credit on Ancestry!
Anita Kilburn Powers
Thank you for the picture. It is most appreciated. I've corrected it to show the proper cemetery. Thanks for the information. Do you by chance have a pic of the front of the tombstone?
|Joan Donnelly||RE: Martin family|
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