|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 Bikur Cholim Cemetery and Evergreen Washelli Cemetery.
Bikur Cholim Cemetery
Section Old BCC 1 East - Complete
Section Old BCC 2 East - 75% Complete
Section Old BCC 3 East - 75% Complete
Section Old BCC 1 West - Complete
Section Old BCC 2 West - Complete
Section Old BCC 3 West - 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 please only send an edited version. See the Find A Grave FAQ, can I add an obituary to my interment listing for more information.
|Messages left for Diane Payne (469)||[Leave Message]|
|Barbara Hunter-Holmes||My Previous Request & Edit Suggestion|
Ignore my above request & suggestion. This is not the correct Martin B. Witmer I'm currently researching. I've not been able to connect this Martin to Eli & Catherine Baer Witmer.
So far as I know this is their son Martin # 75640450.
If I come up with another scenario I'll be in touch. My apologies for any confusion.
|Barbara Hunter-Holmes||Martin Baer Witmer # 114448823|
I'd like your permission to use your headstone photos in an Ancestry family tree. Cite/Source is always given to the original photographer.
Thanks so much,
|AB674||Re: James & Hattie Lang|
Thank-you so much for the transfer of James & Hattie Lang.
Added by AB674 on Mar 18, 2015 1:26 AM
|AB674||RE: James Edward Lang|
Yes, I am related. He is my great grand uncle: James Edward Lang # 119808646 How thoughtful of you to offer transferring his memorial. In fact, I would be very happy & honored if you would transfer his memorial to me. I would take good care of it & continue making connections & adding information.
Thank-you for creating his beautiful memorial & doing all the work you do for so many people.
Bless you & Thank-you!
Added by AB674 on Mar 16, 2015 11:46 PM
|AB674||Re: James Edward Lang|
His Find A Grave #119808646
See next message.
Added by AB674 on Mar 15, 2015 7:55 PM
|AB674||Re: James Edward Lang|
I have made a mistake on his birthplace.
There are 2 Red Oak, Iowa's. They are 4 hours apart. One in Montgomery County, Iowa and the other in Cedar County, Iowa. He was born in Cedar County, but Red Oak does not appear in the drop down menu, so I have sent another edit with just Cedar County, Iowa. Sorry for my mistake.
Thank-you & bless you
Added by AB674 on Mar 15, 2015 7:54 PM
|Sheryl ||Sarah Pope|
It was I (Sheryl) who added Sarah after I found her obit, LOL. Of course I will transfer her.
Added by Sheryl on Mar 01, 2015 11:03 AM
|Mark Vernon||RE: William Jenkins|
Please resend, it didn't come through.
|Mark Vernon||Jenkins thanks|
Thank you for the info!
If possible I would like to add the text of William's obit.
|Sue ( Parker) Baxter||Sarah Randall Langford|
There is an interesting story behind her maiden name. I will change it because it is spelled that way on her death record. When we went down to Pulaski Co. Kentucky we met a man in the cemetery whose relatives have lived there most of his life. He asked me who I was looking for. I said Randolph he said spelled Randolph or Randall. I said the former, he told me good because if it was spelled Randall then that part of the family were mule stealers.
They had to change the spelling of their last name so they would not get caught.
So half of my relations have a spelling of Randolph which is the correct spelling and the other part spells it Randall. It makes genealogy a challenge!
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