| || member for 8 years, 7 months, 27 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
History is fascinating.... If we don't learn from it, we are doomed to repeat it! "The disadvantage of men not knowing the past is that they do not know the present." My brother, accuses me of living in the past (not my fault that I was born too late.) Love to fly in vintage aircraft, board old naval vessels, and explore historic places like Arizona ghost towns. Currently working in the Detroit and Phoenix area as a Security Consultant, cause couldn't get my dream job... Lighthouse Keeper!|
Click on picture above to find out how I became involved with Find-A-Grave.
|Messages left for Dave (74)||[Leave Message]|
|Lillian Jernigan||Leach-McBee Family|
My grandmother was Stella Mae Leach, sister to Maude Leach-McBee; b:1889, d:1924. Their father was Harrison H. Leach b:2-18-1865,d:6-18-1948. I am searching for any information pertaining to Emma Richardson (Harrison's first wife)b:9-11-1868 /Whitley County, KY, d:5-2-1894. It was suggested she was buried in Wells Springs, but I can find no record to date of her grave. After finding Maude and Ed McBee's grave on this site, it lead me to you, hoping I was going in the right direction. Can you help in any way with related information? When Harrison died he and Rosa Lambert (second wife) lived on the Back Valley Road, Speedwell, TN, with Nell and Esco Rogers. Nell was one of the daughters from his second marriage.
|Lisa O||Thanks for your photos!|
May I have permission to use any Kelly/Kelley family photos you've taken for my public family tree? Of course I'll credit you and findagrave for making them possible. Thank you for your consideration... Lisa
Added by Lisa O on Jan 29, 2014 12:54 AM
|annie crowther||Boleslaw Wysocki|
I have never seen my grandfather grave. He pasted away before I was born. It took me a long time to find out where he was buried. Please help to get photo. Thank You.
|cora robinson||Missing Father since 1953|
Cemetery Photo taken by "Dave" for Earl Flint Davis b. Jan.23,1897-D. 7/9/1955 Find a grave
memorial # 107670324 His marker # is 11-540
You left a note that says "son in same cemetery-
Napoleon Davis" ( b.Detroit 3/23/1928 -see 1930
Census Hamtramack, Mich)His mother was Addie Davis and Earl Flint Davis was his father.
If this is the same
Napoleon Davis please contact me and let me know
where he is buried.
|Pat Coleman||Verlon Osterhout|
Thank you Dave for my family members photo of her headstone.I just want you to know how much you are appreciated.It's a really good deed that you do and I pray for many blessings to come your way.Once again, thank you kind person.
|Phyllis Hock-Mudd||RE: Oak Hill Cemetery Photo|
|Phyllis Hock-Mudd||Oak Hill Cemetery Photo|
I have a relative buried in Oak Hill Cemetery in Pontiac, Michigan and I was wondering if I can have your permission to use the photo in my family book!
I would really appreciate it!
Thank you for your time.
|Ties That Bind||Pierce photo|
May I have your permission to copy the photo you posted on the memorial for Ocus Pierce #27974018 to add to an ancestry tree? Thanks so much.
|Donna Hoffmann||thank you for your contribution|
Hi Dave, Thank you for your contribution to the find A Grave website. I just looked up grosse pointe united methodist church Memorial garden, where my husband has been since 1997. I have always had great concern about not having a headstone as there's no permanent marker. the find A Grave website provide some sense that he will not be forgotten.
I think its great you're wearing shorts on a mountaintop. Adventure seems to be your middle name. Cordially yours, Donna Hoffmann
THANKS for the Photos.
|[View all messages...]|
Privacy Statement and Terms of Service