|Don Green (#47124072)|
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I currently live in southern California, but the majority of my ancestors were from upstate New York and other northeastern states. They include the surnames Judson, Struensee, Decker, Buchanan, Snyder, Mahl, Martin and, of course, Green. Glad I found this site years ago and always willing to help out ! Will transfer over any non-related memorials to reasonably close family members. (PLEASE include your relationship when you request a transfer).|
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Thank you for the edits :)
|Leena Rogers||Thank You!|
Thank you so much for taking and posting the headstone photo for Anna Catherine Van Hyning Miller. It is greatly appreciated!
|Lee Merklin||RE: Clement King|
Thank you I will try to get something more to you.
|Lee Merklin||RE: Clement King|
Yes, Don you are corret yours is the original and I knew that at the time, I just wanted you to know that there was another memorial.
It is a concern since yours did not show the name of his first wife. I have notified the other memorial contributor and have not heard back from them regarding their efforts to merge the two.
Lee Merklin, Historian
Henkle Family Association -- western branch
You requested a photo for this memorial. Mr. Panton is buried in the same plot with his daughter Grace Sturm, but his name is not on the headstone.
Added by Marte on Oct 07, 2016 8:53 PM
|macso||RE: Glad to see you back|
I wondered if there was a problem with BJ. I'm glad that Findagrave let you come back. I didn't think they ever allowed a return once they made a decision to ban someone. I'm not doing as much as I once did, as I am getting older and getting up and down cleaning graves is becoming harder and harder. I'm doing some computer work for familysearch now, entering marriage and WWII Draft Records.
Again, so glad to see you are back. I so do appreciate the wonderful photos you have taken of my ancestors. Chris
Added by macso on Sep 18, 2016 8:57 PM
|macso||Glad to see you back|
Hi Don: You've taken a lot of photos for me at Inglewood Mem Park and I missed you last year and I'm glad to see you are back online. Chris
Added by macso on Sep 18, 2016 12:07 PM
|Randy Harrison||John Aden Clark and Caroline|
I was wondering if I could copy Twoimages you took and posted on Findagrave.com, for my genealogy file. The images are of the grave markers for John Adan Clark and his wife Caroline John Aden Clark is my fourth cousin, once removed. Our cpmmon ancestors are John Harrison Sarah Lovell who emigrated from Yorkshire to Nova scotia in 1774. With your permission, I would also like to post it on my genealogy FB page: "John Harrison Sarah Lovell" with the notation: Source: Don Green at Findagrave.com. I am not asking that you transfer the memorials! Thanks! Randy Harrison, Truro Nova Scotia, Canada
|deanna french||Inglewood Co,L.A. Civil War Soldiers|
Hi Don, I am a Vermont Civil War buff, and am working on a project to identify the last resting places of many of our "old soldiers" that had roots/ties to Vermont. I have discovered that you have contributed grave marker photo's for several of these patriots. May I use these photo's to post on the Vermont Civil War site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You would receive credit for this, with much appreciation.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Lee An||RE: Emma Padou|
Hey Don, great work! There are some huge cemeteries that will take a long time to get all recorded. Enjoy the weekend, Lee
Added by Lee An on Sep 02, 2016 4:01 PM
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