|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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Hi - I saw your request to obtain info about the text on this gravestone. I understand from your caption, you have a higher resolution photo. I can take a look at the higher resolution photo to see if I can come up with the text - by doing some photo enhancing and working with the image. I've had some success and would hope to be able to offer you some information from the gravestone image. My email address is posted on my profile page. Would be glad to help out a fellow volunteer . . . . you have added so much to this site and along the way have provided so much valuable information to people now and for many future generations to treasure!!!!!
Can you add photo to this memorial? I see you have his wife's #70831162.
Added by Kris on Jan 29, 2015 11:29 PM
|J N Harris||William Harris|
Greg, I am sorry to be so slow in thanking you for trying to find a marker for my uncle, William Harris. Since then, I have had an opportunity to visit that cemetery and it appears that, indeed, there is no marker. Your responiveness is very much appreiated. John N Harris
|family seeker||oretha crowder|
Thank you so much for your help ...
|JoAnn Dechant||Keller graves at Greenwood Cemetery, Wheeling W V|
Dear Greg, thank you for your work on Find A Grave. I recently found family stones thanks to you for many of my Jeffers Keller family. Thanks again for all of your postings.
Jo Ann Carman Dechant
|Wes Hart||Fanny C Pickerell and Fancherry J Pittenger|
Greg; Thank you very much for the updates.
I hope I can send you more.
Added by Wes Hart on Jan 07, 2015 8:29 PM
|Mark Aschenbrenner||RE: Lohnes # 5792285|
That's most likely them!
|Mark Aschenbrenner||Lohnes # 5792285|
Greg, I'm looking for this man's wife. They had a daughter and she married a Stoehr and moved to Nebraska. Pretty sure this is her father as he was a Civil war vet and carpenter by trade. Is there any chance the wife and mother aren't not posted in this cemetery but the memorial there? Believe it's a Mary but not to be confused with another family there from Pekin. Can you help if poss.
|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
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