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I love Genealogy! I love it so much, I actually spend time doing family research for other people in my spare? time. I've been doing it for many years and this internet stuff really blows me away.|
Every day I learn something new. Not just about my family, but also about our country, and what pioneering spirits our ancestors had to settle and tame this beautiful and once very wild place. I try to research the history of each place I come to so that I can get a feel of what my ancestors were faced with and their daily life. It has really made me appreciate them more and has renewed my pride in the wonderful country they built.
I discovered Find-A-Grave while trying to work with the Tombstone Project on USGenWeb, but it didn't seem to take off too well. Some states, like Iowa & Illinois for a couple, have actually published their burial lists on line. What a find!! While Find A Grave can be a great Genealogy resource, let's not forget the main purpose is to document, i.e. photograph the headstones, the burial sites of our people. So many cemeteries have already disappeared and every day we lose a little more.
My family names are: Ammeling, Barron, Beabout/Bebout/Beebout, Becker, Beekman, Befort, Benner/Bender/Binder, Berens, Blatter, Blum, Bohannon, Bohm, Bohmer, Boughton, Brodbeck, Brungardt, Cheetham, Chriswell, Cilplinger, Clark, Cobb, Cook, Cox, De Snick, Dechant, Deibler, Dicks, Doerfler, Doland, Doll, Donven, Doppler, Dreiling/Dreilingk, Duck, Eschelbacher, Eschenbrenner, Fedley, Fink, Finley, Fischer, Fisher, Fissner, Forsyth/Forsythe, Frank, Gehrig, Goetz, Gowensbach, Griffin, Haffner/Heffner, Harlan/Harland, Hauer, Haus, Heil, Henneigh/Hennigh, Hill, Hoffman, Hoope, Jamison, Jans, Jesel, Jones, Jund, Kaiser, Kauffman, Kendall, Kirke, Klipphan, Knoden, Knox, Kohl, Konig, Kramer/Cramer, Krebs, Labattie, Lambert, Lang/Lange, Lash/Loesch/Losch, Latheimer, Laubenheimer, Lichtenstern, Lightburn, Linenberger, Ludlum, Maddock, Mahr, Mamer, Markle/Mercklen/Merkel/Merkle/Merklin, Marshall, Maser, Mattingly, Mays, McElroy, McGrew, Mellinger, Miller, Moer, Moll, Molter, Montgomery, Moore, Mortlett, Mueller/Muller, Nebergall, Newberry, Nichols, O'Hara, Otter, Peace/Pease/Piess, Pfister, Pooley, Poppleman, Ray/Reah, Reger, Reuzel, Rhem, Riedel, Ruder, Schad, Schmidt, Schumacher, Schump, Seiler/Snyder, Shupp, Smith, Snook, Soars, Sprenger, Stacher/Stecher, Switzer, Taylor, Thaner, Thompson, Thurman, Trabaugh/Trarbach, Tweedell, Van Kinderen/Verkinderen, Waddington, Wagner, Wanger/Wenger, Wartmann, Weaver, Wilson, Wolffskehl/Wolfkiel/Wolfkill/Wolfskiehl….and many more.
Find-A-Grave is a great site. I'm not a cemetery walker, so almost all of my memorials are of my own family or related in some way. However, if I can be of service, let me know.
You can contact me at:
evan "at" angelic "dot" com
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|D. E. Beeson||RE: Henderson|
Feel free to use my photos! Thanks for the compliment and asking for permission.
|Angela Garrett||RE: Hendersons in Glen Cove|
I'm glad I could help you and of course you may use any of my photos. The more people that pass them around, the better chances that the pictures will be preserved for future generations. Were you related to Grace and Farrell on the Morrisson/Henderson family or the Jayroe family? Grace's mother and my gr grandfather John Warnock were brother and sister.
I would love to share a picture of Grace if you have one.
Angela Dry Garrett
|Nancy E Brown||RE: Texas Rangers|
I created a new Texas Ranger Cemetery named "First Texas Rangers". So now Thomas Hudson Barron is number 1 on the new sight. Thank you for sending him to me. I appreciate it very much.
Nancy E. Brown
|Nancy E Brown||RE: Texas Rangers|
I am going to make another Ranger category for the old time rangers, so will be glad to add your relative to it, in fact he'll be the 1st one entered. I have been so swamped with the WWI Era rangers, that I haven't been able to do much else. Thanks for sending the info.
Nancy E. Brown
|Margarita Simmons||RE: Rogers in Wayside|
You're welcome!! I took pictures for several other Rogers.. not sure if they are related to you though.
You are welcome for the photos, always glad to honor our veterans.
Yes, you have my permission to use the photos. Please use this line:
© 2014 by LKat on Find A Grave. Used with permission.
Thank you very much for being considerate in asking if you could use the photos.
Added by LKat on Jun 01, 2014 3:09 PM
|Sandy Cantrell Lindeman||RE: Moseley|
Happy to be able to do that for you . . . Sandy
You are very welcome. Glad I could help
Added by baack40 on May 16, 2014 5:45 AM
No, can't help you on William's burial locale. Sorry!--Vickie
Added by Vickie on May 01, 2014 7:22 PM
the article on john hennigh shows he also died on 3/3/1889
John Hennigh died of typhoid fever Saturday morning at 11:20 at the home of his step father, T. S. Carr, No 421 E. Edmund street. The deceased was twenty one years and twenty three days old and had been sick for six weeks. He had been attending the Normal University although he had a teachers certificate. The young man was a member of the Presbyterian church at Prairie Home and was a general favorite with a wide circle of acquaintances
Saturday Herald 3/9/1889
I am wondering if this is Daniel same dates but for some reason they called him john? I looked thru the next newspaper to see if I could find where he is buried and no luck.
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