|Brad Albee (#46940409)|
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I credit my addiction to genealogy to my Aunt Lois Nance, who was a old school genealogist. Her family research was done without the aid of computers or the internet. May God rest her soul. |
My goal with Find A Grave is not volume but quality. I will do my best to include photos and obituaries with my listings.
Families I am researching are; Albee, Nance, Elbert, Perkins, Hardisty, Blazek, Victor, Burgett and close friends.
Feel free to use any photos and obituaries that are listed. I'll transfer any listing under Find A Grave guidelines.
The most important thing I can do, is to be respectful to the families of the dearly departed.
If there is something on a listing that offends you, please, let me know and I will gladly remove it.
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Thanks Brad -- I knew that,my mistake as I had seen your comment earlier in the year when someone else requested it. Sorry. And thanks for all the pictures that you have taken. They are so clear! When you zoom in, you can see all the details!!!!
Added by Barb on Aug 06, 2014 7:25 PM
|s grimm-mullen||Henry Walter|
You are the best! Thank you again!
|s grimm-mullen||Nancy Wray|
Thank you again for this picture!
|s grimm-mullen||Jessie Walter|
Thank you for the picture!
|s grimm-mullen||Louis C. Walter|
Thank you for the picture!
|s grimm-mullen||Mankin Wray|
Thank you so much for the picture!
|DLPatters||Burton Dean Blazek #94233830|
Thank you for the obituary info on Burton Blazek. I have added it to his memorial. You are such a wealth of information for the Bohemian National Cemetery. Thank you!
|Betty Miller||Reese, Enoch and Nancy|
Brad, Thank you so much for doing this for me. I appreciate it very much. It is nice knowing that I hadn't lost Nancy.
You did me a very nice favor. I hope I will pass it on.
|Tom Pottenger||Guy Warren Campbell|
Thanks again Brad!
|Stephen Barneby||RE: L. Gorsline|
Thanks for your note. The Louis Gorsline shown on the website you referenced is the same person I am looking for. However, I have found no evidence that the L Gorsline I am looking for was named Louis or that he died on that date. L Gorsline could very well have been named Louis, as that was a common name in that branch of the family. I only know that L Gorsline did not show up on the 1870 Federal Census with the rest of his family, so I assume that he died some time between the 1860 Census (where he is shown) and the 1870 Census.
Thanks, Steve Barneby
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