|Amy Elizabeth (#46904027)|
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Hi, my name is Amy and I'm a wife, mom to two boys, and full-time medical transcriptionist. When I'm not working I spend as much time as I can on genealogy research and visiting cemeteries. This site has been so helpful, it's my hope that I can help others in the same way. When I visit a cemetery, I often take several random headstone photographs, and I do my best to create a detailed memorial if one has not already been created. If I've added a memorial for someone that you care about, please contact me and I'll be happy to transfer their memorial to you.|
You're welcome to repost any headstone photographs I've taken - it's appreciated if credit is given, but it's certainly not necessary.
In my own family research, I'm particularly interested in the Harnett and Froelich families of Cuyahoga County, the Schilling family of Lorain County, and the Van Hyning family of Summit County.
If you have the time, please stop by and visit my beautiful Mom.
Also my sweet cats Sofie and Penny, and our beloved Toby who went to heaven on April 17, 2015.
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|Carole ||Ira King|
Thank you so much for the transfer of Ira King #23266995
Added by Carole on Feb 02, 2016 3:24 PM
|Lynnea (Bullock) Dickinson||RE: Brockway & Jaquith|
Hi Amy - Nancy Ella (Jaquith) Van Hyning's father, William Henry Jaquith, was the brother to my great-great grandmother, Abigail Rebecca (Jaquith) Brockway. William & Abigail's father, Josiah Jaquith, had a store of some type, on the square in Sharon Center. Josiah died in the summer of 1842, leaving a wife & 3 children. If you're interested in exchanging information, my email is LDickin628@aol.com
|Karen K||Van Hyning memorials|
The original memorials are listed in the wrong cemetery. The Van Hynings are in Pitman Chapel Cemetery. The one Find A Grave has listed as Pitman Cemetery is really Pitman Family Cemetery. (see sign in cem. photo and look up Pitman Chapel Cem.) I've tried for some time to get them to straighten this mess out, sent admin emails, etc., but nothing ever happens. The two cemeteries are pretty close together, but are NOT the same thing. The Pitman Family Cemetery just has the Pitman family and relatives in it. I think the lady that created these just copied from some transcriptions and didn't understand they are two different cemeteries. She put all the people in Pitman Chapel Cem. into the Pitman Family Cem., along with the ones that belong there. I've messaged her and emailed admin, and sent edits, but nothing ever gets changed. I live only a few miles from these cemeteries, know them well. At least my duplicate put them into the right cemetery. I'm not going to put a picture on one in the wrong cemetery. Maybe you have some ideas on how we can get this all fixed. I hope!
Added by Karen K on Jan 06, 2016 7:34 PM
|KA Miles||RE: Johanna (Parshall) Burt|
Thank you so much for letting me care for these sites. I've looked at all the work you've been doing and it's truly amazing!
Again, Thank you.
Added by KA Miles on Dec 30, 2015 7:26 AM
|searcher||Thomas & Margaret Lewis|
Thank you for photographing and uploading the photo of the headstone of Thomas & Margaret Lewis (#132953143 & #132817846). They were my great grandparents, and died before my father was 4 years old. It is comforting to see their memorial is still attractive.
Added by searcher on Dec 19, 2015 8:06 PM
|Doug Taylor||Strobel marker|
Thank you for fulfilling the photo request. I have also updated the burial location for Frank.
|Edward Rowlance||Martha Griffiths picture|
Amy, thanks very much for taking the picture of my cousin Martha's gravestone. I appreciate your time and effort on my behalf. Thanks for your contribution to Find A Grave.
|Rick Foster||Find a Grave community Day.|
This may be of interest to you.
Find a Grave Community Day - Forwarded to you From CypressGreen:
I follow them on FB and for Find A Grave Community Day some people will be going to Woodland Cemetery in Cleveland, Ohio and others across the US to meet and photograph!
The idea is to get as many gravers as possible in the US (or abroad!) to fill outstanding photo requests, take photos for new entries, and meet others in their area.
I have you on my 'friends list' as a Cleveland area peep, so I wanted you to know. There are already 3 of us signed up.
Saturday, October 17 at 12:00pm
Woodland Cemetery, Cleveland OH
Added by CypressGreen on Sep 29, 2015 9:42 AM
Someone finally found Stephen's gravestone at Harvard Grove! It was buried. Go take a look!
Added by Zella on Sep 27, 2015 1:22 PM
|Gerry Freed||George Walther Falkner|
Thank You So Very Much !!
In HIS Service
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