|K Haymond (#46847827)|
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My grandmother was the first person to interest me in genealogy with all her old family photos and scrapbooks full of newspaper articles. I remember picking the peonies from her garden and then visiting the cemeteries to place them on gravestones.|
This fern peony was grown and nurtured in Rosalie Haymond's garden. After her passing, the peony now has a place of honor in our garden. This peony is now placed on graves out of respect and in remembrance of our ancestors.
There is a special place in my heart for all the infants and children that are the only member/s of their family to be buried at a particular cemetery. Find a Grave is a wonderful way to reconnect these children with their parents and families.
As a way to give back and help other searching families, we walk small cemeteries and then add the names that aren't already on Find a Grave. I photograph all the stones and add the photos to the memorials that are missing photos.
If you are related, we would very much like to hear from you. If we have a memorial for one of your loved ones, please contact us by clicking the edit tab on the upper right hand corner of the memorial and then clicking the suggest a correction link to ask for a transfer. Let us know your connection.
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The Lenfest family is deeply appreciative of this transfer, thank you. OZARKCHERYL
|Cindy (Nekvasil) Hester||HEGLAND|
I do a search of the name first on Find A Grave then if not found I make a memorial adding as much information as I have. If not found that name goes on another list where I check cemetery records, funeral homes and Ancestry.com.
|Cindy (Nekvasil) Hester||JUANITA HAYMOND|
I don't think your Juanita is the same as mine. Did Juanita ever work at the George School in Newton PA as a housekeeper?? Looks like yours is and worked here in Indiana. Can you shed some light on this?? I won't delete mine until I hear from you. Would LOVE to know we have a connection but I think maybe not.
|cynthia mullens||RE: Haymond Cemetery|
Thanks for your note.
Always glad to help with the Haymond Cemetery.
|Erin||RE: Mount Gherizim Cemetery|
It is very possible. Unfortunately I was just cleaning off some photos I had taken 2 years ago and don't actually live that close to Rush County. If I get out there again and your requests haven't been filled I'll try to stop by the cemetery. Glad I was able to fill some in for you. :-)
Added by Erin on Sep 19, 2014 4:07 AM
|cynthia mullens||RE: Bluemont Cemetery|
I found all of them on Haymond Street, inside the cemetery. All of the roads that go through the cemetery are named after a person or after a family name. So, if you're ever there and want to visit their grave sites, Haymond Street is the place to go.
Hi K, I sent you an email but got a bounce back. So, I was looking at my Grandpa's f.a.g. page and saw that you left a memorial flower. Are you a relative to him? He's Russell Buchanan from La Porte, IN.
|cynthia mullens||RE: Mountain State Memorial Gardens|
|Teresa LeMaster Fordyce||RE: Parkersburg Memorial Gardens|
|Lockhart Stockdale||Therman Devore|
Thank you so much for the obituary. I have one question to make sure I give proper credit (T-G) which paper is this?
Also thanks for the picture! So greatly appreciated and love finding Find A Grave friends like you!
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