|Amanda Smith (#47209103)|
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I have been interested in Genealogy for as long as I can remember. I love finding out new information everyday, I love unfolding the past. I live in Bedford County, Pennsylvania. If I know where the Cemetery is and can find it, I will gladly take some photo's for you. Some of the last names of my family are Wolf/Wolfe, Grabill, Smith, Valentine, Mulhollen, Paulson, Gindlesperger, Amick, Hoover, Blackburn, Barefoot, Dull, Russell, Bender, McConnell, Gordon, Shaffer, Young, Imler, Feather, and many many more.|
If you would like to use ANY of my photos please ask permission or at least site who and where you got the photo from.
I put a lot of time and energy into this research of my family and of others. If I ever use anyones photo's from findagrave.com I ask permission and/or give them credit for taking the photo. I have recently found SEVERAL of my photos popping up as a hint on my ancestry.com family tree and they are photo's I have taken and added to findagrave.com but they are just as if the person took the photo themselves. They are NOT giving me the credit for the photo.
If you are having a misunderstanding on the guidelines of this site there is a help area. Where you can find all the information.
This is what I put in the photo's description when adding it to let say my family tree on ancestry.com:
Ex: Amanda Smith added this photo 11-30-11 on findagrave.com
all you have to do is copy and paste it into the description...it only takes a few seconds!
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Please consider deleting the duplicate photo's on William Draper Barefoot and Ida Murphy Barefoot at Dunmyer Cemetery. I would like to add other photo's. Thank you.
Added by CRF on Jul 30, 2014 4:21 PM
|G. Charles Ogline Lantay (aka Gregory P. Lantay)||57090713|
Referebe Benjamin Bowen - his father Edward Dorset Bowen had been married to Maryy Leslie Lape Nov 22, 1894. Mary & Edward had 2 children Harry Edward Bowen 1895-1967& Benjamin F. Bowen 3/20/1897-8/16/1897. Benjamin's father Edward Dorsey Bowen died May 11, 1932 - Find A Grave Mem #128490720 per PA dc #47055. Glantay@yahoo.com - Contr #39265068
|G. Charles Ogline Lantay (aka Gregory P. Lantay)||62190801|
Hello: I'm a LAPE family historian that came across Maggie L. Sleek's Find A Grave memorial. Although not a Lape, she wa raised from early childhood by Abraham Lape husband of Maggie's mother Hannah Sleek Lape. I attached a copy of Maggie's 1898 marriage license to her memorial and a copy of her death certificate. Please feel free to contact me anytime for add'l info or assistance if required. I'm Find A Grave contributor 39265068 - email firstname.lastname@example.org =- dated 6/28/ 2014
|Paula Radniecki||Birthdate day incorrectly shown|
Apr. 30, 1920
The picture of the tombstone clear shows correct day of birth as the 30th not the 20th.
|Kat||54232462 George Ickes|
It was brought to my attention that the photo you added appears to be chalked. Please remove it.
Added by Kat on Jun 22, 2014 6:00 PM
|Brian J. Ensley||RE: SS Peter & Paul Cemetery|
No, they're two separate cemeteries. The one is in Central City like you mentioned, and the other is in Cambria County in Summerhill Twp. near Portage.
|Mary Benell||Sarah Jane Whysong Dull|
Find A Grave Memorial # 14883402. Amanda, May I please have your permission to add the picture of the tombstone on Samuel Dull and Sarah Jane Whysong Dull to my family history.
|Carla Case||RE: John Piper Smith|
You are welcome!
|Karen Ziege Bartelt||Hayes Wolf|
Hello, I am a Find A Grave volunteer in Peoria, IL, and I think I may have found him: 129744761
|Maggie Bowles Hughes||RE: BOWLES|
Thank you. I have been so busy with my sons and their families, my sisters, my mom (who is 91)...and my friends, traveling a bit, etc. I haven't done much with my research. I feel kind of scattered right now. Oh, last fall, I went to an old farm cemetery not far from my house for some on this site. It was such an adventure, I loved it. It was way back behind some houses and fields, down a very rutted, muddy dirt road. I found it when I stopped at another little cemetery close to the road. A man whose property it was on, told me to look at another and gave me directions. It was so beautiful, surrounded by trees. There were some "newer" headstones (I guess within the last couple of decades), but most were very old. Some were only marked by a small wooden cross. Anyway, I was happy to be able to help the person. My granddaughter asked me to take her to see it, and she really liked it - wrote a paper for English class on it.
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