|Cheryl (Brown) Campbell (#47156541)|
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I've been working on family history for several years, researching the following names: Brown, Nagel, Cox, Serfoss, Lambley, Ford, Vaughn, Poage, Gagnebin, Calame as well as my husband's side, Campbell, Gillenwaters, Stickley, Husted, Jackson, Rankin, Wallace and Lyon and many others. |
I enjoy exploring cemeteries and researching genealogy, which like so many others on this site, is how I discovered Find A Grave. I was extremely excited to find pictures of ancestor's headstones that are located too far away for me to visit in person. Thanks to the many volunteers here, I have discovered a lot of information to add to my files. I have now added contributing photos here as a way to help others in their own searching.
My husband and I have been happily married for 33 years. We have 2 children and 5 grandchildren. It is my hope to have everything in place so one day if any of them are interested in their ancestry, it will all be there waiting for them at the click of a button.
We live in Northwest Oklahoma. If anyone has any requests for this area, please feel free to contact me. I am happy to help!
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|B Seivert||Benjamin Franklin Savely|
I am most appreciative of you for the photo you took. Moreover, the two gents here in Freedom; that arranged for the new stone (Grandsons of Benjamin) were delighted the person that took the picture of the new headstone was the same one that snapped the shot of the old one.
Cheryl, thank you so much for providing photos of the grave site of my great-uncle Robert Hunter and great-aunt Amanda Hunter. Robert and his brother Cecil, my grandfather, were among the last wave of settlers in Oklahoma Territory. Amanda was the witness for my grandparents' wedding in Gage six months after Oklahoma gained statehood. I really appreciate your effort. As I live in California and can't travel to Oklahoma again, it means a lot for me and my family to add this piece to our family history.
Merrilee Stucke Gibson
Added by Merrilee on Jun 23, 2015 10:03 AM
Thank you for finding and photographing John Hart's headstone. I appreciate it very much. Very nice photo!
|Hooked On Family||Ima Cellan|
Thank you so much for the wonderful photo. I appreciate your effort for me so much!
I am so sorry it took me so long to say thank you for the photo. I really appreciate all the hard work that you did.
Added by Lisa on Sep 28, 2014 6:32 PM
|Peg & Lacey||Alice Petty|
Thank you so much for the headstone photo for Alice and for adding it to Elijah's memorial too. They are a great addition to our family tree. We really appreciate your help :)
Peg & Lacey
|Amber Mahan Vaughn||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for fulfilling both of my picture requests! God bless! :)
|Michael Bell||Grave Photo|
Thanks so much for the grave photo.
|Phyllis Krueger||Thank you|
Thank you so much for the memorial of Earvey Yost in the Elmwood Cemetery. People like you and your husband make finding family a little easier. Phyllis Krueger
|Rosemary West||RE: Corbin Steven Newcomb|
Hi! I've added a memorial for C. Steven Newcomb, born in 1952. The picture is actually of his headstone. His Find A Grave # is 134860794. Thanks so much for helping me figure this out!
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