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Love never dies (#47179119)
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Bio Photo Hello friends,
I'm Julie Bishop, daughter of Ernest W. Bishop and LeDora Frances Jones Bishop. The Jones are from Neodesha, KS and the Bishops are from Elizabethton, TN. If you go back far enough, the Jones are from Wales, and the Bishops are from Scotland. I enjoy genealogy and have been working on my lines since reading the book Roots in the 1970's.
My grandmother was ill and bed-ridden, but could remember people and dates back to before the Civil War, I would sit with her and write down names and dates and places. Now I have a passion for information about the people who made me me.
This is a great site, because it is not possible for me to go and find all the graves of all my ancestors, but this is a good way to get pictures of the headstones and if I'm lucky a picture of the person too.
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Carol Cotton
RE: Lyle Pacard
Both Lyle and Doris' markers are in a very shady location. Lyle's marker was dry but Doris' wasn't and had more moss on it than Lyle's. I might try her marker again later in the day sometime in hopes of a better picture.
Added by Carol Cotton on Jul 16, 2015 3:32 PM
RE: Jessie Ann Firth Douglas
You are so welcome. Our pleasure.
Added by chevydelray55 on May 13, 2015 4:40 PM
Rich King
Arthur R Anderson 53053749
Hi Julie,

Thank you for transferring management of the above to me.

I have linked family & did a short bio, in case your are interested in knowing a bit about the memorial that you created.

Thank you again,
Rich King (#48494887)
Added by Rich King on May 12, 2015 2:13 PM
Rich King
Arthur R Anderson 53053749
Hi Julie,

I sent you a couple of edits for the above. I used the following sources for the edits:

POB - Border crossing card from Canada to US dated 19 Dec 1928 port of entry - Eastport, Idaho.

DOB - 1921 Canada census, Social Security death index.

Parentage - 1906, 1911, 1916, 1921 Canada censuses, Border crossing card from Canada to US dated 19 Dec 1928 port of entry - Eastport, Idaho.

Arthur was my mother's 1st cousin.

Rich King (#48494887)
Added by Rich King on May 04, 2015 9:54 AM
RE: picture
Great news! I've exceeded my photo request limit for the week so I'll just check back to see when you get the family documented. Thanks for your dedication!
Added by Laura on Apr 04, 2015 8:34 PM
Tily Swanson
That was speedy! Thanks for the picture :)
Added by Laura on Apr 04, 2015 7:49 PM
Kevin Banta
RE: duplicate entry
Thank you for the notice of a duplicate entry. The duplicate no longer exists.
Added by Kevin Banta on Apr 02, 2015 3:24 PM
Betty (South) Young
re: Richard P. Otis' Grave

I would like to inform you that on the website for Richard P. Otis on Find-a-Grave that wrong year of death is listed for him-it is listed as 1964 and should be 1940, as indicated on his Grave. I looked it up under 1940 and could not find it under that year because of this reason.

Is this something you can change-so when a person puts into the inquiry of Find A Grave website, it'll come up as such for the year 1940.

Please inform me.

Thank you,

Betty (South) Young
Added by Betty (South) Young on Mar 18, 2015 4:19 PM
Pam Witherow
RE: Kenneth Kinney
Julie, I helped my friend in asking for photo requests, Chad Kendell, we are finding that we are related. If you would write to him perhaps he could help with an answer. Thanks for trying, even if it turns out Kenneth is not there, your time IS appreciated! Pam
Added by Pam Witherow on Mar 10, 2015 12:51 AM
Photos from Edward and Elizabeth Ryan
in Oak Ridge. Your pictures that you added seem to be exactly like the ones that are on the Blair County US GenWeb website. As one of the persons who was part of the project to photograph that cemetery I think you should know that all of our pictures are covered by copyright. Please remove the pictures that you used from that website. Each contributer may not be identified by our exact name but TJ3 and ORHC are groups of us. Many of us are also identified by exact name also, but the fact we did the project in groups and separetly does not dissolve our copyright.
Here is the notice on each and every page:

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In keeping with our policy of providing free information on the Internet, these documents may be used by anyone for their personal research. They may be used by non-commercial entities, when written permission is obtained from the contributor, so long as all notices and submitter information are included.

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Added by Kat on Feb 15, 2015 2:35 PM
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