|Margaret Gagliardi (#46930826)|
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I have been researching my family tree for over 40 years now and find them all over the United States, but primarily in Pennsylvania, New York, Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina. As a few of the lines moved westward, I have followed their trails and have discovered many wonderful ancestors.|
Upon my retirement and move to North Carolina, I now have time to volunteer to take tombstone photos and help others.
Please feel free to use any photos I post, all I ask is that you give me credit for doing so.
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|Karen Sullivan||Thank you|
That would be incredible if you had additional information. I didn't realize how emotional it would become.
My great grandmother is named Euzelia Tripp Kight. She is at Bethany Baptist Church Cemetery.
I wonder, how far is that from Chesapeake City?
Thank you again, this is amazing =)
|Karen Sullivan||Thank you!|
Thank you! I am beside myself right now. I never imagined I would find anything on my great grandmother, but you took the time to photograph and publish her grave site which is something I'll probably never see in person and it also gave me new information; her birthday and death date.
Thank you very much!
|Ann Gardner||RE: Rachel & Moses Baird|
Yes, thank you ---- I also located Rachel as age 83, a widow, with her daughter, S. E. Baird, in the 1880 census (dated in June) -- at Luzerne Township, Fayette County, PA census. S. E. Baird could be the Sarah buried at Uniontown.
Do you know if there is a Francis M Hux buried in Ebenezer Church in Halifax NC with Margaret Hux
|Liz||RE: Uhl in Brooksville Cemetery|
Thanks, Margaret. I looked up their marriage record, and added date to both memorials. Also added Mary's maiden name, as shown on record. Does this match your info?
Added by Liz on Nov 23, 2011 6:21 AM
|Ginger||Woodland, Chase City|
Thank you so very much for the numerous photos you have posted for the memorials at Woodland Cemetery in Chase City. As one who is old and live a good distance away, I very much appreciate that you volunteer your time and talents to do this work.
Added by Ginger on Nov 02, 2011 1:55 PM
|Pattie Ford||Dora & De Leon Green/ Cedarwood cemetery|
Thank you so much for the great photos of their headstones. I really appreciate it!! I have been wanting these for a long time! May I have your permission to post the photos on my family tree?
|JAMES W GRIFFITH||Photo|
Thanks for the picture.
|B. Roberts||RE: Serls Family|
|Ginger||Leo and Mae Lanyon|
Margaret, thanks so much for the photos of the stones of Leo and Mae from Bethel. Mae was my first cousin; and a sweeter person I will never know. You are very generous with your time and talents, and I thank you.
Added by Ginger on Oct 16, 2011 12:56 PM
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