|Diane Payne (#46850881)|
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"Death ends a life, but not a relationship." ~ Jack Lemmon|
I live in Seattle, Washington. Currently I am photographing headstones at the Bikur Cholim Cemetery and Evergreen Washelli Cemetery.
Bikur Cholim Cemetery
Section Old BCC 1 East - Complete
Section Old BCC 2 East - Complete
Section Old BCC 3 East - Complete
Section Old BCC 1 West - Complete
Section Old BCC 2 West - Complete
Section Old BCC 3 West - Complete
Section New BCC 1 West - 50% complete
On the east side of the cemetery
Section N - Complete
Section Woodlawn - Complete
Pacific Lutheran 2 (PL2) - Complete
On the west side of the cemetery
Section 1 - Complete
Section 3 - Complete
Section 5 - Complete
Section 6 - about 80% complete
Section 9 - about 75% complete
Remember this is a team effort. Other great contributions have added headstones to these sections.
BEFORE requesting a transfer please read the FAG guidelines. I will transfer, but you must state your relationship!
If I have accidentally added a duplicate record please let me know and I will promptly remove it.
If you have a better headstone photo, please add it.
Regarding obituaries, send an edited version only.
You may use my photos for personal use. Please cite the F.A.G. memorial number and cite me as the photographer. This includes ancestry.com.
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|Anna Jaech||Law Family of Callaway|
I have made the addition you requested & was pleased to find someone who is interested in this family. I have written a book about the "accidental" murder of George W. Law, sheriff of Callaway county. Either he or his father, John W. Law, brought slaves to the county from Franklin county, Virginia & settled the area around Readsville (close to the Callaway Nuclear Plant. The fact that they bought land here indicates they were just getting by, as that land is hardscrabble & hilly. I would have sat down & cried upon arrival. Many from this area of VA settled southern Callaway at this time including the Chambers family.
|LRobin||RE: Anna Taube Hafemann|
Thank you... Any info is great... The Taube family has a lot of holes in our tree.
Added by LRobin on Aug 19, 2015 11:29 PM
|jrrachel71||RE: RSA (#46854704)|
Whom would you like or me to transferred to you!
|jrrachel71||RE: RSA (#46854704)|
Yes I am how can I help!
|LRobin||Anna Taube Hafemann|
Thank you for finding Anna Hafemann. We've been looking for quite some time, and assumed she might have remarried. Seems she is in in the same place as her brother and at least one niece. Now, if we could only find her mother and siblings, that would be a real stroke of luck. Are you related to her by chance? Or did you just stumble across her info and add her to the cemetary. Either way, again, a thank you.
Added by LRobin on Aug 17, 2015 9:52 PM
|lisa ||Huldah Burley|
You mentioned you couldn't find her husbands, I have found her on Ancestry.com, Theodore Cranson Karr was one of them. Married 2-18-1883 in this marriage, kids were Harry, Everett, Beulah, floyd and Ernest.
She then married Charles Henry Gillan when 59 years of age. No children obviously :--)
Hope that helps add on to her memorial :--)
Added by lisa on Aug 16, 2015 10:23 PM
|Diane Branham||135161055 Warren|
Thank you for linking Charles Benjamin Eaton to his father. Anytime we can add links, we are pulling history together a little bit more.
This is my Great uncle and I would appreciate the transfer please. Thank you for adding his information.
Have a great week and thank you for the work you do!
You're very welcome! :)
|Candy's History||Agnes Patwell Leith|
Thank you for your kind gesture. I appreciated your photo and transfer.
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