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I have been working on my family's genealogy for over 50 years now and it is still fascinating!|
Pictures of mine that I post are for sharing, so please feel free to use them as you wish. Photo credit is always appreciated but not necessarily necessary.
Some family names I am working on are:
SHERIDAN, WELLS, and MILNER (southern Indiana and Kentucky)
PAYNE, O'BRYAN, KINCHELOE, VOWELLS, HILL (Kentucky and Maryland)
ALLEN, GREGSTEN, HAMILTON (Illinois, and County Tyrone in Northern Ireland)
GOULDING (Illinois, and Galway, Ireland)
WASCHBUSCH, WITT (Illinois, and Treves, Germany)
MURPHY, KENNEY (Kansas, and Feohanagh near Limerick, Ireland)
SPENCER (Rensselaer Co, New York, and Monroe Co, Michigan)
MUNSON (Illinois, and Sweden)
BLOMGREN/HEGBERG, LUNDELL (Illinois, and Jonkoping and Hjo in Sweden)
FICKLING, HUSTON, DRAPER (Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and England)
BESEAU/BEZEAU, PAXTON, LACELLE, SOLO, COURNOYER and other related French-Canadian families from the Detroit River Region in Michigan.
To all those who have helped me along this road, thank you so much!
To the Find-A-Grave volunteers and staff...Thank you for giving us such a wonderful place to remember our families, for giving your time, and for giving us a place to connect. It is special.
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|Nadeen Sobottka||Singer memorials|
Hi Aileen, thank you for the information for the Singer memorials, it has been added. Regards, Nadeen
|Don Stout||Waddell Memorials|
Thanks so much for the offer to transfer Waddell memorials. They are primarily aunts, uncles and cousins through my 3rd gr-grandfather, Absalom Waddell. With the new editing procedures for findagrave, it really isn't necessary for you to transfer them to me. However, if you prefer not to manage them, you certainly may. I really appreciate all the work you are doing. I was able to fill in several holes in the family tree because of what you have done. Have a wonderful weekend. Don Stout
|D. & J. Altman||RE: John William Payne (1913-1998)|
The John Wm. Payne on Dorothy Payne's marker is
# 1066454(BD 1917)
The John Wm. Payne number you sent is
# 1066451(BD 1913)
|Ancestor Seeker||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 109540645|
I believe my mother told me that she worked as a public health nurse at Cook County hospital. I'm not sure exactly which years. I will confirm with my mom and let you know.
|Nap||RE: Wishy Windmill|
My home is at 114 Allen Court. It is at the top of the hill. I'm wondering if that is the site of your grandparents home. I have a photo of your grandparents and of the hill before it was developed. Do you have any pictures of the windmill, etc? I can send you my pics. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Nap on Jan 25, 2016 8:36 AM
Re Mildred Allen post...what does the Wishy refer to?
Added by Nap on Jan 24, 2016 2:27 PM
|cplawson||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 97590354|
The photo is now added. So glad I still had it in my computer. I have started a habit of deleting photos once I add them to Find A Grave. Otherwise I find myself going back again and again wondering if I have posted them yet. :)
Added by cplawson on Jan 10, 2016 12:49 PM
|cplawson||RE: Photo of Gravestone|
Aileen, I can't add the photo to her memorial because it already has the maximum amount of photos allowed by Find A Grave on a free memorial. If someone pays to sponsor her memorial then more pictures can be added. Or if one of the other photos is removed I could add the gravestone picture.
Added by cplawson on Jan 10, 2016 8:11 AM
|Ron Mac||re: Find A Grave Memorial# 60414811|
Hello, You can use my photograph. Ron McCrehin
Added by Ron Mac on Dec 07, 2015 8:10 AM
I would like to thank you for being my friend on Find A Grave and for helping others to be remembered through this wonderful site. Over the past 26 days I've lost both my father, James Edward Stevens # 155595233 and step-father, Thomas Gordon "Tom" Benton, Sr. # 154670266 to cancer. If you have time I would appreciate if you would leave a virtual flower on there memorials to honor there lives. Thank you for all you do. Cadmus,
Added by Cadmus on Dec 03, 2015 10:09 AM
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