|Grave Digger (#47144639)|
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I have been researching genealogy for over 25 years now and enjoy all aspects of it. I am a cemetery hopper and also enjoy helping others trace their family history. Joining findagrave.com has now become my passion and I am anxious to have the opportunity to assist others in their research as well as expand my own. Although I am only listed in one area code for photo volunteer I am willing to take pictures in other surrounding areas and when I travel. I am willing to share information with other genealogists researching my family lines. I carry a bucket of flags with me in my cemetery kit and when I find your loved one and discover he/she has served in the Military I will place a flag on their grave. I have also decided to take random photos of sections when visiting cemeteries and listing memorials for them. If you find your relative on one of my listings and want me to transfer to you please just ask. This picture is of me standing between my 4th great grandparents markers in Pownal Vermont. John Downer who fought in the Revolutionary War as well as the Battle of Bennington, and his wife Lydia (Dunham) Downer. This photo was taken on my visit to Vermont in 2008 to attend our very first "ancestral reunion". All of us 'cousins' who attended and met for the very first time all descend from these grandparents and branch out in different lines. It was great meeting and sharing information and photos with everyone. We all keep in touch and plan to gather again.
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|Ace||Emma Kleifgen at St. Mary's Cemetery|
Hi! If there was a grave marker for Emma Kleifgen it is no longer readable. The first photo shows the old grave markers that are in the lot. The note that was on the photo request that there are no other Kleifgen family in the lot was not correct. I do not know if all of these are members of the family.
1. Johann Kleifgen, 7-21-1826 - 6-28-1891
2. Eliszbeth Kleifgen, 1-8-1825 - 11-11-1908
3. Elsie Stuenkel, 1900 - 1962
4. Maria [Barzen] Kleifgen, 8-12-1861 - 8-24-1892
5. Anna Kleifgen, 1867 - 1956
6. Henry Kleiften, 1858 - 1950
7. Dan Lawlor, 1896 - 1967
8.Elizabeth Lawlor, 1905 - 1993
There may be other Barzen Family members.
If you would like photos of any of these, please add photo requests, and I will go back and take detailed photos.
Added by Ace on Sep 01, 2014 11:03 AM
|Ace||Baby By Kleifgen at St. Mary's|
Hi! Photos posted for him.
1. Frank Rolston, 1880 - 1941
2. Mary E. Rolston, 1881 - 1948
3. Lucille Rolston, 1908 - 1990
4. Margaret Ellis, 1906 - 1978
5. John R. Rolston, 11-8-1922 - 1-3-1998
6. Mayme Rolston, 1886 - 1957
7. Alice M. Hennessey, 1919 - 1941
8. Harry J. Rolston, 1884 - 1943
If you add photo requests for them I will post the photos that I took of their graves.
Added by Ace on Aug 18, 2014 3:22 AM
|Linda ~ In Loving Memory Of My Son ~ Harold||Your Welcome|
|Cecilia Crawford||my dad|
How do I go about having you update the info on my dad's gravesite? Robert J. Crawford park lawn cemetery, Margaret Crawford is his wife, still living. His parents Robert Crawford and Cecelia Crawford of Hoosick falls. He is survived by three daughters. Myself, Cecilia Crawford, my sisters: Pamela(Crawford)clark, and Christina(Crawford)Morgan. He died in 1979 and is buried in Park Lawn Cemetery. Let me know how to submit a copy of an obit. and a photo. thank you.
|Adventure Rider||RE: Daniel Abeare|
Email me a reminder after that and I would be happy to go back out.
|Ellinda||RE: Vincent Seidel|
hELLO. No, I'm not related. Would you like a transfer? Ellinda
Added by Ellinda on May 12, 2014 5:39 PM
|Tru-Leigh||RE: Vincent Seidel|
On my husband's side of the family.
|Jacqui Jacobs||Ella Peltier|
Oops I meant she was a widow after the 1910 census.
|Jacqui Jacobs||3699087 Ella Peltier|
I believe this may be my 2nd great grandmother. The birth year is the same. Her name was Ellen, but her husband was George Willfred Peltier. I find them both in census data, but she was a widow in the 1910 census. I found George's draft card in WWI and then the trail is dead. It looks like Ella's husband's name was abbreviated. Was a grave for him elsewhere in the same cemetery? Thank you.
Thank you for transferring him to me
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