|Cindy Schrieber (#47182691)|
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While researching my own family's genealogy for over 30 years I have enjoyed helping others with their family history. Documenting and remembering our past generations is a passion for me. Finding who our ancestors were, how they lived and how they helped form our family and our country is a great feeling. Keeping our lineage updated for future generations is an important step in our family heritage. I agree to transfer all of my non family records for management. After all, we are here to help one another! :^)) Don't forget to cite your sources when requesting information to be added to a memorial. |
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Thanks very much for transferring Jessie Smith and Adelina Moore. If Mary decides to become a Find A Grave member, I will definitely re-transfer all of these Brockelhurst family members to her care.
|Mary Kahkola||Jessie Smith in Oakwood|
This would be my great grandmother. Jessie was born Jan. 26, 1870 in Romeo, Michigan to Peter and Susan (Benn)Brocklehurst. Jessie married Fred A. Heichberger Aug. 29, 1891 in Buffalo, NY-then to Camile A. Smith in 1906. Jessie died March 24, 1934. Jessie's daughter Adeline Heichberger Rost-Moore May 12,1893-March 20,1945 is buried next to her mom, as is Adeline's daughter Camille Rost-Grandmason Feb. 27,1919-Nov. 13, 2005. I have no idea how to add this info to Find A Grave for Jessie. I have all this info posted on Ancestry.com. But I'd be grateful if someone could add this to tie in other family members to Jessie! Thank you in advance email@example.com
|Lynn Clark Samuelson||Thank you!|
I think you have a wonderful attitude for helping other genealogists with their family memorials. I appreciate your help and wish you all the best. I added you to my friends :) Thank you again, Lynn Clark Samuelson
|Ronald P. Mills Sr.||Darling & Susan Mills|
I just recently became aware of this service, and fund the tombstones of two of my ancestors, thanks to you.
I really think what you are doing is a fantastic service and I extend my heartfelt appreciation to you for taking the time and effort to help us who are unable to travel to other States, etc.
Ronald P, Mills Sr., EdD
|A Family Who Loves Genealogy||Hello there Cindy|
Just checking in to see if you are still active on findagrave. I wanted to add some links or request for transfers. Let me know if you are still around...thanks EVER so much!
|Sandra Moore Lamoreaux Jackson||Moore Family|
Hi Cindy, Thank you for my Moore Family
|Farrar and related families||Samuel Blackmar|
Due to age or weather conditions, perhaps the 112 year old stone was destroyed. I do not know. Would you be able to take a puicture of the general area of the grave and post it to the Memorial? Perhaps you could do that picture when you are in that cemetary again. Posting such a picture as that will help to eliminate further requests for pictures of the graveswtone. I requested the person who manages the Memorial to make a note of the lack of stone on the Memorial. That will help also. Thank you, again, for your efforts.
Thank you very much for finding the right Wrights and taking the headstone photos. I appreciate it very much! :)
Added by SyersJM on Jun 14, 2012 9:05 PM
|Karon Dunifin||Photo Request|
Thank you for taking the time to look for the headstone of Carrie Rainey. I wondered if there would be one and apparently there isn't. I believe the Benjamin might have all ready been in the Grand Rapids Veterans Home/Hospital at the time of her death, he only lived a few days after her death.
Once again thank you for your time and help with this.
|Ronald Johnson||Jessie's headstone|
Thank you for taking the time to take a picture for me. It looks great!!
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