|Ron Overley (#46830383)|
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I live in Placitas New Mexico. My father's side of the family is Overley and Stoltz. My mother's is Keyes and Stoops. |
I do not do mass cemetery postings but focus on my family and history.
I do add and correct records in the Santa Fe National Cemetery and am always willing to take photos for relatives and others doing research on persons buried there. I will not take photos for those of you who post records from obits. While I appreciate what you do, the cemetery is large and with over 20 to 30 requests a week I do not have that kind of time.
If you have a family member in a New Mexico Cemetery or if you are doing research that leads you here I am willing to help.
You are authorized to use any photo I have posted as long as it is for personal or historic use. You may not use my photos for any commercial purpose.
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|Nancy (Hitchcock) Clewell||Jacob Overley|
I noticed you had posted a message to another contributor about a memorial he had added for Jacob at Wesley Chapel. This Cemetery does not exist and Jacob is actually located at Hopetown Cemetery in Hopetown in Springfield Township, Ross County, Ohio. My husband and I visited in 2008 and walked and documented this family cemetery. My husband is related to all of the "residents" here through his CRYDER side of the family...which is linked with the Overly/Overley family. I would love to share / exchange any info we have with you. There is a photo of Jacob's headstone on this memorial #65110975 if you are interested. Also many other Overly family members here and a few up the street a few miles at the Overly chapel.
|Pam Tenney Mitchell||RE: James and Nola Hornbeck|
Great! I'm the granddaughter of Madeline "Weet" Tenney. I remember Aunt Stacy. If your wife is looking for any documents the WV Vital Records is really easy to look through.
|Bryan Anderson||Juan B Trujillo|
I am researching my paternal grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division.
According to the History and Roster of the 355th Infantry, 89th Division, Juan B. Trujillo, of Chameta, New Mexico, also served in this unit.
Findagrave.com pulls up two results Juan B. Trujillo from New Mexico. Might you have any information that would help determine whether your Juan B. Trujillo served in this unit?
|GravesScribe||RE: Stanislaw Marcin Ulam|
At long last-the cemetery has been corrected! Thank you for bringing this to my attention.
|Carol L Inman||Bryan Armstrong|
I am related to him and have information on his parents, grandparents and siblings if interested. I am willing to manage if you want to transfer.
|EDA||RE: Lady Ana Maria Ortiz|
Thank you for your interest in my memorials I have made the necessary corrections. I will be adding more information as needed.
Added by EDA on Dec 03, 2012 7:34 AM
|Andrea Kreeger Waters||Edward Glaser|
Thanks for confirming that Edward Glaser is not in Santa Fe. I found him listed twice on findagrave so requested photos for both places and someone filled the Tahoma National Cemetery.
|Pennsylvania Lady||This is a first for me|
Duplicate requests cannot be made for a photo request on Find A Grave.
|Pennsylvania Lady||Robert Anthony Saavedra|
Nice photo. Thanks so much, Pam
|Pennsylvania Lady||Melecio Bernardino Jaramillo|
Great photo. Thanks so much for all you did to get it.
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