|Marilyn Kenyon, Psy.D. (#47005688)|
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I've been researching my family history since 2007. Find-A-Grave is awesome! I've watched it change since I first signed on. It just goes to show what can be accomplished when a whole lot of people contribute to make something worthwhile for everyone.|
I. Photo Requests - Thank you to all of the volunteers who have taken headstone photos for me.
II. Transfers - I am very happy to make transfers to direct and collateral line ancestors, unless I have some personal attachment to the memorial page.
III. Edit requests - I generally honor edit requests, assuming you have done your research.
IV. Errors - If I have listed something incorrectly, please let me know. You can use the edit link to send me an email. That is the best way, because it will link me to the page to which you are referring to.
V. Unmarked Graves - Probably 10-20 percent of requests turnout to be unmarked graves. If you can locate where the grave should be, please mark it with some flowers and take a picture of it.
VI. No grave located. - If no grave is found and you have CONFIRMED that there is no grave listed with the cemetery office, then report it on FindAGrave; Otherwise, just ignore. I have had people report no grave was found, FindAGrave then removes the request, only to have someone else locate and photograph the grave at a later date.
Marilyn Kenyon, Psy.D.
DAR Member #874047
Gold Trail Chapter
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|DiIesoAnuszczykfinder||RE: William Sanford Kenyon|
You're very welcome! I also took the opportunity to photograph his wife Jessie's stone.
I hope you enjoy "visiting"!
|Mary Bellis||RE: Inez M. Jones Gibbons|
Glad I could help! It was fun going and finding the marker for them. And it was such a gorgeous day today!!!
|sandy||Dr. Julius Phelps Anthony|
The Whiteside County Genealogists just had their cemetery walk and Dr. Anthony was one of the featured Civil War Veterans we highlighted. He had a very good career and was well respected in our area. Marilyn Anderson in the Family History Room at the Sterling Public Library in Sterling, IL has a lot of information on him. He was a co-owner of the "Anthony and Royer Drug Store" in Sterling, IL. He also traveled through out our area fro Savanna to Geneseo, IL in a sulky or on horseback administering to the sick. He was also an honorary member of Rush Medical College in Chicago, IL.
Marilyn can make copies of different articles regarding him, but I do not know what the library charges per copy and postage.
I had asked for Dr. Anthony to be linked to his parents.
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Added by sandy on Sep 27, 2015 1:56 PM
|SMolland||Laura Brush Kenyon request|
Many of the Kenyon sites are marked with a stone that no longer shows the name, etc. I'll contact those who take care of the cemetery records and see if I can find the approximate site of her burial. I live about three miles from the cemetery.
Added by SMolland on Sep 25, 2015 8:26 AM
Thanks for adding the info. Will check the family tree.
Added by MKH on Sep 13, 2015 1:37 PM
|Patricia Hendrickson||Mary Dyer|
Could you add the following information to the memorial page for Mary? It is a caption on the photograph of her memorial stone but it would help if it weren't buried with the photo.
Mary was actually buried on the Dyer family farm, located north of Newport where the Navy base is now situated in the current town of Middletown. This picture is Mary Dyer's Memorial, located in Founders' Park, Portsmouth, RI.
Added by: LLGuth
|Mark Myers||Daniel Anthony|
Next to him is a stone of similar shape and age. I suspect it to be the wife but it's illegible except for a little bit about yrs, ms, ds. If you're interested I'll get it to you.
|Melissa Hartwell||Bower Vs. Bauer|
On Horace B. Kenyon's memorial (#27697009), I am going to go with Bower because on his mother's, grandparent's and great-grandparent's headstones they are all spelled Bower. Also, on his WWI draft card, he himself signs it Horace Bower Kenyon.
|Valerie Kinghorn||Robert and Mary Brigham|
I wanted to let know that the graves in this area with the same last name was Mary, Maria, Lydia, Hester, Walter and Robert. I don't know if that helps. I photographed them all.
|Eric Strand||Hiram C Kenyon|
You are welcome! The Hiram C Kenyon headstone is practically under a bush at the exterior of the cemetery and would be easy to miss.
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