I just happened to go on FindaGrave looking for information on family. I was able to find some of my family and ancestors, McCrary, Folks, Mapstead, Keller, Norwood,Holland, Willis just to name a few, but could not find all of them so I figured it was time for me to put them in FindAGrave. I feel now they are there if anyone wants to find out about them. I have found ancestors that I didn't even know I had.I am the 6th generation from John McCrary, born and raised in San Bernardino, California, so this is great for me.I have tried to link husbands and wives with children so it would be easier for family to find them. Thank you to the people who have taken their own time to find others. Please leave flowers when you visit a Memorial, Everyone deserves to be remembered. If I have made a mistake anywhere or if there is more information that can be added please let me know and I will do it. This is a great place to find family, lost ancestors and friends who have passed away.Also to find new friends. Please be respectful when asking for transfer, linking family to all Find A Gravers. Don't ask for something and expect it to be done asap, give time and don't threaten . Kindness goes a long way.
I have made 5 memorials which were very sad to do.They are my Ancestors/cousins. Please leave a flower or note on these childrens memorials along with their mother. Thank you
They were all victims of murder Afton Angos Wentz Daleen Wentz # 58473645 Marie Wentz # 58473802 Barth Wentz # 58473965
I have made some memorials with out knowing where that person is buried. I have the dates just not the cemetery, I know I am not alone on doing this. I believe everyone deserves a memorial where a family member can go and leave a flower . Some may never be found. Some don't agree with this that's fine but I will do this for my family.
I'm pleased to have Beth's memorial in the hands of a family member. I uploaded the grave photo to the memorial that you created, and I will be deleting my memorial shortly.
I knew Beth personally; she and Martin were members of the church that I pastored, and I was called by the family shortly after her aneurysm occurred. I was with her and the family at Sacred Heart Hospital (in Eugene, OR) when the decision was made to remove life support and when she drew her last breath. Since I was new to this pastorate, I assisted my predecessor, Jim Hawkins, in conducting her memorial service.
We all were troubled with questions concerning why God would allow this to happen to a young wife and mother; those questions will not be satisfactorily answered in this life, but I know for sure that I will see Beth again in the next life. I still remember the Scripture verse that was impressed upon me as I prepared for her service: "Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints." (Psalm 116:15)
RE: Gammells/Gammill Good to hear from you.......My husband is Rodney Dale Gammill......his father was Glenn Roberts Gammill......Glenn's father was Curtis Claude Gammill.....Curtis's father was Benjamin Franklin Gammill.........Benjamin's father was Jacob Wilson Gammill.....Jacob's father was Charles Matterson Gammill.......Charles father was your Robert Gammill.......HOpe that helps you connect the dots.......pam
Gammill's of Choctaw County Hello Sandi, Hope you are doing well. I was wondering if you are related to the Gammill's in Choctaw Co. MS. and in Oktibbeha Co. MS. I have noticed that you have linked several family members in Antioch Cemetery in Reform, Choctaw Co. MS and Oddsfellow in Oktibbeha Co. MS..........I really appreciate you doing this, I am embarrassed because this is my husband's family, Rodney Gammill, and I should have already done it. I was just wondering if you are related somehow........God Bless, Pamala Gammill