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I am a volunteer photographer for Find-A-Grave. Feel free to copy my photos (unedited and uncropped, please) for use on other websites like Ancestry.com. All I ask is that you attach the following credit so others know the original source and can contact me if needed:|
© by MixedStock at Find-A-Grave. Photo used by permission.
I manage many memorials outside of my family and am happy to transfer per the rules or make changes and corrections. Please send your source along with corrections. I've had people submit corrections on my own relatives that I knew were wrong. So please, supply your sources. As the saying goes, if you don't have a source it is "mythology," not "genealogy!"
As for my personal genealogy research, I am just traveling this very interesting road and uncovering the roots of ancestors who left few records in their wake. If I can help someone make that connection I am happy to do so!
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|MK||RE: Rev. John J. Kennedy|
I will upload these tonight. I also got photos of the individual stones, as well as a shot of the inscription for Ellen. The names you see carved are on the four faces of the statue's base. MK
Added by MK on Jun 17, 2016 8:07 AM
|MK||RE: Rt. Rev John J Kennedy|
I went back and rechecked the Kennedy plot and found I had missed a row of individual headstones. Will upload those tonight after work. The family is all there - the large monument sits in the center; a large tree and the headstone for Rev. John and what looks like the slab for a missing stone is in the front, and everyone else except Bridget is in a row along the back of the plot. They are all first names only, which is why I didn't realize they were the Kennedys. I think the missing stone was for Bridget - it may have been dislodged and lost by the tree's roots, which you can see have half-hidden John's stone. As to whether Michael Clune is related, I have no additional information, but looking at the 1880 census, I'm thinking if there was a family connection, they would have listed him as "cousin" or such, not as a boarder. It would have been a point of some pride to have two men of the Church in the family.
Added by MK on Jun 17, 2016 8:05 AM
|bnteasley||RE: Henry and Peacy Gale|
Thank you so much for your help! I really appreciate it!
|Debbie Bleger||Patrick Burke #106784362|
Re: his birth date and birth location, please send a source for this information.
|Daisy Taylor||Teddy Farley|
Find A Grave Memorial# 108071569
Thank you so very much for trying to take a photo I was not aware that my cousin did not have a marker. I appreciate your time.
|Ron & Jan Ross||RE: Samuel E. Stockwell|
I just wanted to send you a quick update. Because you went above and beyond what I had requested (a photo of my father's headstone) and included a copy of his obituary on file, I have been able to locate my siblings and am in contact with my family.
I was adopted at 21 months of age and have been on a quest to find information about my father's family since 1977. I had names and birth places, and actually had found gr-grandparents through our genealogy research, but I've been unable to identify my father's family or learn anything about his life. Your inclusion of my his obituary closed the circle for me and made it possible to finally positively identify him and open up the possibility of a relationship with my siblings. I'm 65 years old and for the first time in my life, I have photos of my father, know some of the family history and have siblings I never knew existed. And, all this because you took the time to help me out with a simple request!
The words "thank you" hardly contain the expression of appreciation in my heart toward you for taking the time to go above and beyond the call of duty. If you ever need a recommendation for your work as a cemetery transcriber or volunteer, please let me know because I'll be praising God for you for the rest of my life!
|Ron M. Fauser||DREW|
Thanks for the photos.
I added a couple of family member to Forest Lawn Cemetery in Dexter. I used your photo of the marker. I did added your copyright and permission note to the caption.
Thank you for the usage.
Added by Woolsox on May 16, 2016 11:12 AM
|Bobbie JW Morgan||Needed to add one more to the list- Sorry.|
When you get a chance - Highland Cemetery, Ypsilanti, Washtenaw, Michigan please look for
Bessie S. Miller
Birth: 17 January 1887
Death:11 August 1887
Sorry, I forgot to add her the first time.
|Bobbie JW Morgan||I need your help again.|
When you get a chance will you look at Highland Cemetery,Ypsilanti, Washtenaw, Michigan and see if you can find a burial record for the following people there;
Frank LeRoy Miller, Sr.
Birth: Oct. 23, 1884
Death: Sep. 8, 1971
Frank LeRoy Miller, Jr.
Birth: Apr. 23, 1910
Death: May 1, 1981
Elnora Ruth Busman Miller
Birth: Jan. 1, 1915
Death: May 16, 2006
Ellen "Ella" Couch Thayer Miller
Birth: Mar. 6, 1856
Death: Jan. 10, 1929
I've made Find A Grave Memorial for these family members, but need to verify where they
are buried at.
Thank you for all of your help,
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