|Denise Crawford (#47058042)|
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I live in Arizona and have been interested in genealogy and family history for many years. I have been using Find A Grave for quite while and found it especially helpful on a research trip I took to Michigan in April 2008. That trip really got me thinking - and knowing that all my tombstone pictures will get tossed after I die - I decided to start participating!|
I am contributing in hopes of helping others who may be searching for names in their family tree. If you have additional information or corrections - please contact me. If I have made a memorial for your direct relative and you'd like it transfered to you, just ask.
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Carol Madsen, Carolyn Farnum, D L Melville, Dale A. Foote, Frank Elsberry, Gary Foster, Julie Donnelson..., Kevin Avery, Lonnie, RStancliffe, S PRICE Nance, Sheryl Ramin, Sue Downhill, Tams
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|Gemeniguy||RE: Halsey Rogers Weed|
Thanks for the clarification on Halsey Rogers Weed. According to the memorial inscriptions from the Northern New York Tombstone Transcription Project, Halsey had a footstone in addition to a headstone. I probed the ground with a long screwdriver but couldn't find it. But I believe it's most likely there. Footstones can sink as much as a foot below the ground. I'll go back again and give it another try.
|Gemeniguy||RE: Halsey Weed|
Black Brook Cemetery is less than a five minute walk from our house. We can see some of the stones of the cemetery out of our living room picture window. Interesting that Halsey's middle name shows up as Rogers (his father's surname) and his last name shows up as Weed (his mother's maiden name). Maybe his mother wore the shoes in the family. If you want to know the actual inscription on his stone go on the internet to Northern New York Tombstone Transcription Project, Clinton County Cemeteries, Black Brook, Black Brook Cemetery. My wife grew up in this hamlet. It can't actually be verified as being true, but she says it was passed down in this hamlet that there is a woman buried sitting upright in her rocking chair in Black Brook Cemetery. She is supposedly the woman under the monumental slab in FIG 76308340.
|Ronald Crow||Memorial Updated.|
I have updated the memorial for Arthur Ray Allen 53973965. Check it out, Ron
|Debbie Shipman||Dorothy Mae Shipman Vineyard|
Hi There I was wondering do you know where I can get in Contact with Dorothy's Family. I would like to contact her Children/Family! I believe this is my Dad's Sister. Thank You Debbie Shirley Shipman firstname.lastname@example.org Harbor City California
|Dave Peck||James McNeil|
Thanks for the great photo.
Thank you for the updates! Apologies that I sent so many--I'm still working through my images from that cemetery so there may be a few more... :-)
have a great day!
|RachelF||RE: Nathaniel Sage|
So glad you are happy with the photo. It makes it all worth the effort. I love the history of old cemeteries and honor requests.
Added by RachelF on Jun 01, 2016 8:15 PM
|JL||RE: McWhorter photos|
Glad I could help. By the way, I noticed that their birth dates (years of birth) were not on their Find a Grave pages, so I submitted a request to add them (I won't be doing that again, though, as it was too presumptuous of me since I am not a relative!). Best of luck. Judy
Added by JL on May 22, 2016 6:18 PM
Hello Denise. Thanks so much for documenting David Allen (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=96112433)!
Particularly all the great family history information on Daniel's page. Amazing!
Added by Douglas on May 07, 2016 1:49 PM
|JohnAtkin||RE: Willis Charles Wilcox date error Sadawga|
Thank you Denise. Wow, you are really fast!
I am new to Find a Grave, but I have some information to contribute re: Wilcox/Cotter and may want to take over the Memorial when I get up to speed. Willis Wilcox built log cabins on Lake Memphremagog, Canada for prominent American social reformers and I wanted to fix the date and birthplace ASAP for future researchers. Thanks again. John Atkin
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