|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 32 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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|Carolyn Lane Lewis||Bayless|
Thank you so much for the photo of the headstone of John William and Edith Pearl Kale Bayless in Elmwood Cemetery. I appreciate it very much and you for taking it!!
|Sue Lewis||Photos for Smith's|
Thank you so much for the pictures of the stones of James Everett Smith and Mary Belle Smith. The stones gave me the birth dates of both of them!
|Thomas Allen||Parr Headstone Photo|
Dear Cheryl; thanks ever so much for sending over the Parr Headstone photo. I am a descendent of Len Hieronymus who settled in Buffalo area in the early 1900's and married Beulah Moredock of the Parr-Moredock line from eastern Kentucky, although Len was born near to where I live here in Sedalia MO.
|Suzanne A||Winfrey grave photos & sites|
Just saw the photos this morning! This is much more than I expected, a beautiful job and I'm glad somehow that they have nice monuments, Thank you as well for creating the site for little Betty Jo. I didn't know that my grandfather went by "Roe" (from middle name Monroe) rather than "El" (from Elson), which I had heard once or twice during my childhood. That might help me to find more records of the Winfrey family. You have made such a great contribution to our family research! Thank you so much. As I said, you will be remembered.
|Dane||photo of Nora prescott tombstone|
Thanks so very much.
Added by Dane on Feb 17, 2014 6:45 PM
Thank you so much for going to the Elmwood Cemetery and getting the 6 photos of the headstones of Vonda Munson Dorland, Harold and Letta Munson, Charles and Odessa Munson and Nadine Munson. Thanks for the time and effort that you took in getting all of these photos. Thanks! Mary
|Abra||Fred and Maggie Foster|
Thank you so much for the photo of Fred and Maggie's gravestone...I really appreciate your time and trouble, and the photos are excellent.
Added by Abra on Dec 16, 2013 3:08 PM
|Michael Bell||Caldwell grave photo's|
Thanks so much for the grave photo's.
|mikey sweek||waler boatwright|
thank you for the photo of walter boatwrights marker
Thanks for the pic of Arthur and Sarah Smith in Mount Olive. It is greatly appreciated.
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