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Please note: My husband passed away recently(July 22, 2014), so it may take me a little longer than usual to get to requests. My apologizes.|
I started doing genealogy many, many years ago. I became involved because both of my grandmothers were adopted. Most of my research is in the Northeast (Boston, New York and Philly).
I have been doing genealogical research for about 30 yrs. Names that I am researching are Bohman, Braun, Baur, Blind, Chevillat, Chieux, Crevoiserat, Duff, Fleury, Fox, Kauffman, Koelbel, Lachat,Luther, Lutz, Macker, Marx, Mewes, Saner, Sanner,Schaefer, Steiner, Sutter, Tschan, Walch, Warre, Weinhart, Horrigan, Kreger, Salzman, Wilensky and Schultz.
I am presently a member of NGS, NEHGS, NYG&B, FSGS, FGS Tampa and the Vice President of the Florida Genealogical Society, Tampa.
I have submitted cemetery records for Garden of Memories* in Tampa. These are from published books that FGS-Tampa, compiled in 1985. I have submitted vol. 3. I have taken over additional entries from these volumes, due to the death of Noreta Wells(#84883785).
I have now finished submitting Lake Lindsay Cemetery which is in Hernando County, Florida. I have also photographed all headstones in the Fort Taylor and McGeachy Cemeteries in Hernando County.
Additionally, I have submitted Spring Hill Cemetery in Hernando County. My sister, Julie, and I walked stone to stone copying the info and photographing the stones. This cemetery is being destroyed by local teenagers who use it as a hangout. We are now also working on what is left of the old confederate cemetery, in the same area.
Please contact me if you have any additional info, photos or corrections for any entry I have made and I will be happy to add them to the memorial. If you request a transfer please tell me how you are related -please use edit button on memorial and make sure you give your contributor number! Thank you.
I am willing to photograph headstones in Hernando,Citrus,Pasco, Sumter, Hillsborough and Pinellas counties. My dear husband, David, is willing to chauffeur me to these areas and help me find and photograph the gravesites.
NOTE: DS means double stone, TS means triple stone.
*NOTE: I will do photos at Garden of Memories, but PLEASE contact cemetery: (813) 626-3161 and request grave location. They will only give location to FAMILY member. UPDATE:(Oct 2012) It has been brought to my attention that Garden of Memories/Myrtle Hill are now telling family members that their families are not buried in the cemeteries in order not to give grave locations.
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|Richard J.P. Smith||Sarah Love Smith|
Sarah Ann Love was the 3rd wife and widow of my great-grandfather, John Samuel Cartner Smith. They were married in Worcester, Ma on 16 Feb 1903. She was a nurse who was born in Devon, England. Her father was John Love Jr.
Hello, I was wondering, if they are not family to you as well, if you would be willing to transfer 28350734 and 28350735 to me as they are my Great Grandparents and I would love to be able to add information to their pages.
Their names are Charles and Mary Kilgore
Added by SB1983 on Sep 21, 2015 7:53 PM
|Cecil C Garrason||Emily L Townsend, Myrtle Hill|
Her name was Emily Indiana (Garrison) Townsend. Note: her name as entered is wrong. Even photo shows her middle initial "I". She was native of Hernando Co, d/o Indiana "India" Hope (1843-1887) and William M Garrison (1820-1882),who forgot the name is really spelled Garrason as I do (7 generations proven). I am distantly related to both of Emily's parents. Thanks! C C Garrason, Jacksonville, FL email@example.com
|Dorothy Bishop||Death Date|
Pearl A. Bailey, Memorial #64388005 died in 2000. She is buried in Garden of Memories Cemetery, Tampa, Florida. Please update your records to show death date. Thanks!
|Tom Schoening||Leo W Cowder|
Thanks for linking Leo to his family
Thank You - Tom Schoening
|Van||Sauls family memorials|
Thank you so much for transferring my grandparents' and great grandparents' memorials to me. I am looking forward to taking care of them.
Thank you too for all the work you put into Find a Grave. It has been an invaluable resource for me in researching family history.
Added by Van on Jul 15, 2015 8:41 AM
|JJFester||Lillian Longwell Sigman|
Thank you for the transfer and thank you for all of your hard work.
Jessica (Fester), Scott, and James Taylor
Added by JJFester on May 16, 2015 1:43 PM
Thank you for the transfer! I really appreciate it a lot!!
|Connie Chrisman Hatch||Paul and Jeannette Chapman|
Thank you so very much for the transfers of my aunt and uncle. It is greatly appreciated!
|Harry Cannon||RE: Starkey|
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