|Suzanne Franklin (#47043181)|
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Hi, in 2008 I joined the Findagrave family. Am new at this but am learning quickly. Have contributed family gravesite pictures and information, please feel free to take a look. Almost all are located in the Rutland, IL Cemetery and most are in reference to my father's maternal side of Proctor.|
Am always wanting new instruction and guidance. Please teach me!
Family history is to me documentation, documentation, documentation along with source, source, source. If our information intersects PLEASE contact me, I love new facts and details!
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|Anonymous||RE: Jud Spaulding Obit|
Suzanne -You are welcome to use the obituary as you see fit. Please credit the newspaper that is indicated as the source, not me.
|Lincoln Dimmick||Franklin Dimmick Headstone|
Thank you for the picture of my greatx4 grandfather Franklin Dimmick in Vermilionville Cemetary in LaSalle county, Illinois. I had just been handed down his daily journal by my father and it was nice to see a headstone associated with the hand written pages of his journal.
Sincerely, Lincoln Dimmick
|Nora Leibowitz||Your Doyle Request :)|
I saw your request and the wording in the info bubble next to the name. Very considerate of you. Doyle is very easy to navigate. They have books with all the names as well as an outside electronic database. Your request will be easy to find for the volunteer who claims it. I would normally be one of them to scoop it up and fulfill but I got hit head on in the cemetery last week and being down to 1 car I can only go there on weekends. If your request is still not claimed by next weekend I will claim and fulfill for you. Any questions please feel free to write. Have a great day..
|Bill Bates||RE: Ellen Ames and Family|
I transferred to you all 5 of the Marcus-Amherst Cemetery Ames family memorials I created because they weren't on FindAGrave (Find A Grave) yet, along with my photographs of their grave markers: Ellen, George, Levi, Nellie, and Grace.
Since my Ellen Ames memorial (#113584896) was already on Find A Grave before yours (#113585603) was created, I left mine with the grave marker photos, and I transferred mine to you. Your Ellen memorial is a duplicate and should be deleted; you can make any additions you want to the original one I transferred to you.
You asked me why you weren't notified by Find A Grave when that woman posted photos of the grave markers of Moses and Ellen. It's because she posted photos for your request although I had already claimed your request. Therefore, Find A Grave did not recognize her unauthorized photos, only mine.
Thanks for your good Find A Grave work and friendship, Bill
|Bill Bates||RE: Ellen Ames and Family|
All of the Ames family are buried in the Marcus-Amherst Cemetery except Bob and Peg, who are the only 2 buried in the Marcus Holy Name Cemetery.
I took pictures of every grave marker that said "Ames" that I found in either cemetery.
All the best, Bill
|Barb Destromp||Chloe Frink Hodges|
R added to name...
Choloe's mother was a Whittemore and My mother was a Whittemore.. What a small world... My mother's ancestor removed to Eden Vermont about 1800 and died there in 1845.. (Charles Whittemore Find A Grave # 11175467). My mother's line follows: Charles, Kingsbury, Ira, Floyd, and her (Barbara L.), then me...
|DCM||RE: Franklin's and Carter's|
Yes, that would be fine, she is my great, grand mother. I have many other photos of her that I am going to try to add when I get chance...
Added by DCM on Apr 01, 2013 5:46 PM
|Wendi B||RE: Two Stones Not Clear|
I posted the pictures, but as you can see, they are not much to look at. I will take another crack at Ebenezer Dimuck when I have a chance, now that I have figured out the layout of the cemetery.
Added by Wendi B on Sep 05, 2012 5:35 PM
|Barb Destromp||Rufus Frink|
I have added the info and corrected Rufus last name... and he also is linked to his parents...
Have a great day!
|Jodi (Cohen) Bolden||RE: Findagrave Thank You|
You are welcome(but no thanks really needed,its only right to honor someone who made such a difference in someones life:) my grandmother loved yellow roses as well and had a very sad little bush that had no hope of producing buds but she would not dig it up! The 2nd year it produced 1 flower on her son's birthday(he died in a car wreck years before) and never again..She never dug it up...To this day yellow roses makes me think of my grandma(as im sure it makes you think as well) have a great day,Jodi
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