|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.
Please use the edit tab to send any corrections or links you would like made to memorials in our care.
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|Cindy Helm Chadduck||Viola Loretta Mawe Ausenhus|
I messed up and confused my notes... The requested photos have been uploaded.
Sorry for the confusion.
|Sue ||RE: Union Cemetery|
Added by Sue on Aug 20, 2016 2:35 AM
|Jane||L. Haymond (1926-2015)|
I went to the Evergreen Cemetery today and looked for L. Haymond's memorial stone, but did not find it. Is it possible that a stone has not been placed yet? I'm pretty sure I was in the right area. I'm willing to go back and look again. ~Jane
Added by Jane on Aug 19, 2016 5:14 PM
|Steve Rucker||RE: Wyoming Cemetery|
It was my pleasure.
|Deborah Blankenberg||RE: Lodi Memorial Cemetery|
You're welcome, Kathi. Hopefully the stone they uncover will prove to be the right one. It's right next to Ora's grave, but the cemetery map is confusing, so it's not clear on which side of her he's buried, and the stones on both sides are completely hidden. Fingers crossed!
|Graveyard Dog||RE: Carrie's|
|anbuckeye3||RE: Highland Cemetery|
No problem, it took me a while to figure out if Elizabeth's was her or not, and I saw the photo I took of all 3 since hers was difficult to read, and I figure that is it! I could tell a tiny bit the letters BETH in her name which help too. I'm happy to add them for you and help! Not sure if you requested any others, but I'm trying to upload a lot for this cemetery. Take care!
|Human||RE: North Liberty Cemetery|
you're welcome !
Added by Human on Jun 20, 2016 5:49 PM
|Colleen Sanders Broyles||RE: Mount Gherizim Cemetery|
you are so very welcome! I was glad to be able to add the photos...I believe that Moses also had a footstone but there were two bases with one crumbled that didn't have names on them like the others and I didn't photograph them because they weren't really identifiable...I was just out driving backroads that day (my way to destress) and wandered upon the awesome old cemetery on farm land! So glad that I was able to help out :)
|Beverly Hayes,Dakovich||JOHN B HUFFMAN|
I am related to the Huffman's in Madison & Adair Co Ia.
Do you know who John's parents were?
I am trying to connect him to my family.
Cynthia Lillie Huffman m John Peter Moore, (my gr gr grandparents)
John & Cynthia arrived in Adair Co Ia about 1875 and remained until they died.
Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks and have a great summer night.
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