|Lynne Sherer Sitkiewicz (#47011520)|
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I enjoy finding information on my ancestors and their families and helping others with information they may have to add. I spend a lot of time on Ancestry.com and researching information to confirm results on my tree. You are welcome to copy pictures I have taken, so long as you provide credit to me for having taken them and they are for personal use and that you found it on Find A Grave. |
I went with my grandmother to visit graves as a child and my father, besides having been a farmer, was a funeral director and mother a nurse. Much of my life has revolved around the care of the living and deceased.
I enjoy taking pictures in the cemeteries of headstones and providing obituaries (when possible)for research of their family, whether they are close or distant relatives. I do try to provide the source of my information and if I have a photo posted, click on the photo and the caption section should provide my source. I also take photo's of surrounding headstones of my family members to post to FAG so that others may find their relatives. (If I have established a memorial to accommodate that headstone photo, are a family member and would like a transfer, please ask and I will transfer to you).
A trick I recently found to help bring out the writing on some of the dark stones---pour water on them.
Any requests you have, please be considerate. That goes much farther with me than negative or nasty comments.
New "Automated" system for "Suggest a Correction/Submit an Edit"
New System for Memorial Edits deployed by FindAGrave on 12/5/2013
Go to your Contributor/Profile page.
Look in the upper right corner. You should now see a tab called "Edits" - check there to see if any have been submitted to you.
Then just review and accept.
Another new update: links to your family members is now an option on the edit tab of the memorial.
|Messages left for Lynne Sherer Si... (8)||[Leave Message]|
|ReconnectNow||RE: Photo's of Ralph & Blanche Marble|
You Betcha! You are welcome.
|Julie Grabill Rasmussen||RE: Nancy Adaline Manuel Buckner|
My name is Bob & live in Waco, NE.
Have lived in Waco almost 70 year's, I do enjoy
helping others, through Find A Grave to locate, find information etc. I need help with Nova!
Word has come from Jerry Willits that Nova is buried here in the Waco Cemetery. Sexton record's do not show this, Jerry remembers standing at the grave of Nova located near those of Theodore & Ida Carroll. There is no stone and Jerry wants too have one placed. Ida Carroll & Cora Kennard were sister's and this why Nova rest's here, as the family was moving and had their reason's! From some of my research on Find A Grave, Jerry's mother was Mrs. G. W. Willits??? I noticed Novas name was included as a brother to Harry. Also noticed you list yourself as a cousin. Any information would be apprecated. Thanks, Bob
Jerry is sending more information, I assuming you and he are related also??
Added by Bob on Apr 03, 2015 10:33 AM
|Ancestry/searcher||RE: Karl & Helen Goldbert @ Royal Palm Cem|
You are very welcome.
|Linda Dianne Lathrop Cardwell||Homer & Gaynelle Fuller....|
Lynn, We became acquainted On Ancestry.com and I just now realized Your Mother was my 1st Cousin and that makes us 2nd Cousins. Gaynelle was my Father Paul Lathrop's Sister. And that makes my Dad your Mom's Uncle! You were always super nice to me. Would like to connect again soon if you're willing. If possible leave any messages for me on Ancestry.com Hope to hear from you soon. Linda Dianne Lathrop Cardwell....
|Derry Bennett Creutz||I have privately sent you my email.|
Please look there for my information. Thanks!
|Derry Bennett Creutz||Find A Grave Memorial# 51983544|
Are you a relative of Eliza A? I am trying to find the parents of my Isabella Bartley whose father was Thomas Bartley and lived in Gallia County Ohio where this Eliza lived. In fact she married Enos B. Neal who lived two doors away in Gallia County. You have on this bio that there were only two children with Thomas however if you look back on the 1840 census of the Bartley family there was one male under 5 year, 1 female five to 9, 2 females age 10 to 14 (Isabella) was one of these, and the younger female was Mariah who we find living with Enos and Isabella in 1860. Can you tell me where you got your information about her children? Also Isabella stated her mother was from Delaware and so is this Eliza.
|Barb Destromp||Use of my photos|
Yes you may use my photos; but I do require that you source me as photographer and Find a Grave as their original location.
Thank you so much for being so considerate and asking permission...
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