|Greg Kimberley (#47221479)|
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Learn something each day, and teach something each day ...|
For me, photographing cemeteries has evolved from an interest in genealogy, nature, and a quest for understanding life. I enjoy following the paths of my ancestors, searching for their final resting places. I also enjoy fulfilling photo requests. Finding graves brings a rush that makes the search worthwhile. Photo volunteer work is just a small way of contributing and giving something back to others. Cemeteries are by nature peaceful places, and I enjoy the peace I find while searching. Yet, my favorite cemeteries are those that are filled with activity, either relatives visiting their loved ones, joggers, or people walking their dogs.
Currently Pekin IL is home base (but I love to travel).
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|bookworm98||Joseph W. Dorrycott FAG# 97562243|
Hi Greg, I suggested an edit for Mr. Dorrycott based on his wife's obituary which stated his DOD. I just added her to the cemetery.
|Marge||RE: borden family|
Sarah Butterworth and family, Thomas 55..Jane 40..Sarah 22...Rebecca 25...Chas 12 and Mary Ann2 came here via the ship Rockale from Liverpool England to New Orleans arrived 9 May 1843. Ended up in Ark, Caroline twp, Priaire Co. 1850 census.
Sarah married Irwin Erwin had 2 children, he died young. She lived many years with brother in law, William Beck Borden and Mary Ann Butterworth Borden. She was with them in 1860, 1880 and 1900 and 1910. Info came from Ancestry.com
Added by Marge on Nov 21, 2014 12:32 AM
Hi there - appreciate all your work - sure helps me since I live in Washington state.
Sarah Erwin Borden is not a Borden - she is the older sister of Wm Borden's wife. Sarah was a widow and came to the US in 1842. She lived with the Borden family from then until she died. I'm doing this for a friend - think she would be a ggg aunt. thanks again for all your work. regards marge
Added by Marge on Nov 17, 2014 3:07 PM
|John Arsenault||RE: Henry Fisher|
Greg - My mistake. The photo of the repaired monument is on his wife's memorial. Take a look at Marietta.
|John Arsenault||Henry Fisher|
Hi Greg - Thank you for accepting the links to Henry's parents. Did you happen to take a look at the memorial for his brother Nelson Fisher? You took a photo of his damaged gravestone for me a few years ago. Since then it's been repaired. I'm not sure how it happened but I'm glad it did.
Love your bio. Full of compassion and empathy. Thank you for all your contributions.
|Barbara Voight Kaiser||#54412926 Opal Voight-Leamon|
Hi Greg, Thanks so much for the nice photo of my Mom's gravestone. Today is her 87th B'day. Barb.
|Larry Hagemann||Eleasnor Pedreyra|
You put up a nice photo for mem number 51794817
His wife died yesterday. Could you add the photo to mem number 136334028 at your convenience.
|Tami Kudlauskas||Julia Long|
Thanks so much for the transfer of my great grandma! I appreciate it!
|LouLou Scroggins||Charles C. Hughey|
This is my husband's Grandfather that raised him. I am requesting your release of this so we can manage it. My son is name sake. Thank you so much
Jenni Lou Scroggins
Charles C Hughey "Pa Pa Charley"
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