|Tahnee Sue (#46629359)|
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Cemeteries are truly meaningful, not because there was death, but because there was LIFE!|
And I do believe that nobody should be forgotten.
I've been working on our family tree, and that's what brought me to this site.
I enjoy perserving my family history as well as helping others with their own, if possible.
If you have any additions or corrections, email me and I will get to it as soon as possible.
I am always happy to find other family members,also cousins no matter how distant.
My family members' and friends' interments are in the "virtual cemeteries" to the right. If you have a moment and would like to leave them some flowers, it would be most appreciated.
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"Thank You" so much for the parent link correction. I now have his parents names. Hopefully, they will be on findagrave.
Added by Bettie♥ on Oct 03, 2015 10:04 PM
|Tim & Grace||Minnie Azalee (Barton) Rowland in Moss Cemetery Marble NC|
I just sent some edits in for Mervin's mother in Marble, North Carolina.
|Tim & Grace||Edna Isobel Welsh Rowland in Elmwood Cemetery East Sumner Maine|
I went ahead and changed the spelling of her maiden name to WELSH rather than how it is spelled on the gravestone when I linked her to her mother in Canada.
I haven't found her marriage record to Mervin, but it was probably after Fern died in 1974 and before the Maine marriage records index resumed in 1976.
Have only found that Social Security record that mentions Dunham... but probably a previous marriage.
I don't add all the married names for when they died... Liz Taylor wouldn't have enough room for all 5 marriages ;-)
Usually just the name they had when they died. Got to link them to all the spouses.
Sincerely, Tim Cooper
Sidney, Maine 04330
|Joyce M.||RE: Mary Evelyn Copeland Blake|
Added by Joyce M. on Aug 27, 2015 12:03 PM
|Larry & Susan M.||Young - Rose Hill Cemetery|
I added new pictures for Harry L. and Charles T. Young today also. The ones on the memorials are sideways so I added upright photos.
|Jim Paugh||RE: Hoffman|
Guten Tag....No, I don't speak German. The headstone for Ken Hoffman was both unique and beautiful. I trimmed the grass and cleaned the stone with water which helped the photo look pretty good. Did you notice the logo for the Kansas City Chiefs football team? There is also a kitten and a turtle which made me wonder why, especially the turtle. I live close to the cemetery, thats why I got there so quick. Take care, Jim
|Lyle Fulton||RE: Harkins/Ladd|
I'm pleased that I could be of some small assistance regarding your photo requests. Thank you so much for taking a few moments to look at the memorial of my late wife Elaine and for leaving a flower for her. She is greatly missed.
|Linda Cooksey McAninch||Young family|
My great great grand mother is Perlina Young Born Sep 1828 in Mo..She married Ervin Jones 07 Feb 1849 in Mo.
I was wondering if you had found her in Geroge Newton's children. I have seen a number of Family Trees listing her as George's child yet they have no source or docouments.
Thanks You Linda
|Mary Hubbard Miller||RE: Arnolds|
You are very welcome.
Thank you so much for the transfer
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