|E Malcolm (#47142712)|
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|As a family genealogist, I know the importance of finding and receiving documentation of resting places, names, dates of birth and death and even obits for ancestors. Find A Grave is an amazing concept and I thank the founders for having such a great idea and for putting it in motion for the benefit of all. People who ask for photos, and I fulfill them, may use the photos in their research. I appreciate those who have fulfilled my requests and have gone beyond any expectation in gathering Obits, etc. If I have set up a memorial page for a direct line person in your family, within Find A Grave criteria, please ask by using the edit button, and I will transfer them to your loving care. Thanks to all who are so generous.|
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|Sharon B.||Thank-you so much!|
Thank- you so much for the photo of John and Edith's grave marker! Your time and effort is greatly appreciated! Again, heartfelt thanks for providing such great photos and also for being a volunteer photographer for Find A Grave!
Best Wishes Always,
|Lindalee||James Doyle Grave Photo|
Thanks so much for taking the grave photo. The whole huge extended family says thanks.... Linda
Added by Lindalee on Oct 21, 2014 2:35 PM
You are very welcome. I was hoping for a better picture of Ralph's headstone, but with our wet weather and shade from some large trees in the area there appears to be some blackish discoloration from moss growth.
I do have a question for you. Right next to Ralph and Jennie Lee's site there is another headstone with another Lee family. Are you interested in Milton H. Lee 12-1-1924 still living?? and Bernice M Lee 11-9-1933 to 7-1-2001. I see where Bernice has a site on Find a grave and I will put pictures up on her site. If Milton is still alive that is great.
Added by Darjo on Oct 14, 2014 7:44 PM
|Seamus Morrison||Woodward: Lubec|
Many thanks for the editing suggestions. They have been added.
|Decia Skarstedt||RE: Henry Smith's children|
Esther, thank you for the prompt reply. I hadn't realized that the earliest burial was 1925... never thought about it I guess.
It is good to finally have a source for those children's existence. You wouldn't happen to know where Francis (Frank Smith 1784-1883) is buried would you? He was the father of Henry Smith.
A few years ago I tried borrow that book through inter library loan but no one was willing to loan it. :o(
I'm glad to pass them along. It's good to be here. What an awesome place. :)
|Decia Skarstedt||Henry E Smith Cemetery|
First, thank you for the work you do. It is appreciated.
I have a question.. you list 3 of Henry & Sarah Augusta ( they are my great grandparents by the way) children as not surviving very long. I have heard this before. I have been to that little cemetery & as far as I could see there are no markers for them. Can you tell me where this info' is recorded?
|Kari C||RE: Transfer|
Your very welcome for transferring her over! There's no rain I woulda meg to keep her. I'm very glad you found her and hope you have luck in finding out her parents!
Added by Kari C on Aug 23, 2014 5:07 AM
|Stone Finders||4th great|
4th great are out of guidelines for transfer.
|Stone Finders||Nathaniel Folsom.|
I only transfer your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.
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