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I'm a genealogy nut. The Family Tree Maker was the first program I purchased when I got a computer. I have been working on my family tree for over 20 years now. Part of genealogy is of course, photos of headstones. I must say, my relatives thought it a bit odd that I was always after them for photo's of headstones. I have a large family that is spread throughout the United States, and the only way to get a photo was through someone else's kindness. I came across this web site while searching the web for a Uncle, his name popped up on findagrave. Not even his children knew what had happened to him. Nobody had heard from him in years. I put in a request for a photo of his headstone and within two days some one had fulfilled that request….WOW…. I was able to let my cousins know where their Dad was and show them a picture of his headstone…. Right then and there I decided I needed to share all the information that I had gathered through the years about the resting places of my relatives and ancestors. I was really touched, that a stranger would take the time to do a favor for someone they didn't even know. I was able to fill a request for someone the very next week. I try to keep a watch for requests of cemeteries close to my home.|
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|Daystcat||Leonard Waldron #16333406|
Leonard and Betsey had a son named Nelson Waldron, a sea captain who settled in Windsor, Vermont. Nelson died Aug. 23, 1885 in Windsor but there is no record of burial which I'd like to find. He married Elizabeth Gladding who died in 1932. I wondered if you know anything about Nelson's burial place.
Added by Daystcat on Nov 16, 2013 12:18 AM
|tclark||Bertha and Mines Allen|
Just following up on my request to have the cemetery corrected on the 2 Allen memorial's you have in Elm Grove Cemetery
Washington (Washington County)
If you disagree and do not plan to change the cemetery please let me know why so I can determines whether I will create new memorials in the Sayre cemetery.
Added by tclark on Sep 18, 2013 5:51 PM
|Scot Lady||RE: Strange message?|
I was responding to your profile, where you state you have been doing genealogy for 15 years. It was posted in fun, I am sorry if you were offended. E.
|Scot Lady||Genealogy Pro|
Don, Fifteen years, eh? Call when you get my age; frustrated genealogist since 1967BC (before computers!). Evelynne :-(
Thank you so much for transferring Billings' memorial! I think the relationship makes us 8th cousins!
|D K Railsback B||RE: Thank You|
You're welcome for the pic.
|Dee Toweill||Jerry Alf Jolstead|
Jerry was my cousin. Would you consider transferring his record to my management? I am attempting to compile my family history into one location.
Thank you for the work you have done on Jerry's file
Deyanne Jolstead Toweill
|JACQUELINE COOK||RE: Barbers Corona/Sunnyslope|
Thank you so much...
|JACQUELINE COOK||Barbers Corona/Sunnyslope|
Are you related to Quincy and Sarah Barber (29356273 and 29355383)you have on your site? If not would you consider letting me have them as they are my great grandparents...Parents of Jay W. Barber 61611268.
I am one of many granddaughters to Orville"Bud" Jeffers and Leona May Pruitt Jeffers. My mother is Charlene Kay Jeffers. I am so proud and happy to be able to trace this side of my family. It is a pleasure to be able to see this and connect the dots. Thank you once again, I miss everyone tremendously!!
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