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I've been researching my family for over 25 years - a passion that began with my grandmother. She passed on a wealth of information to me about her family - and it fascinated me. I research near daily and am proud to say that I have researched more than 40,0000 people who connect to my family in some way, shape, or form. |
As a Find A Grave member, I am not a collector of names/graves. I enter names for those I have a genealogical connection (family, distant family, and VERY distant family members), when I visit a cemetery, or if I come by a particularly obituary that touches my heart.
It is only when we look back that we can fully see our future.
My family is predominately from Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan with roots to Sweden, England, and Germany.
My husband is from West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Oklahoma and Kansas with roots to Germany.
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|PictureTaker||RE: Thomas Stanhope Johnson|
Thanks for cluing me in to that!
Thanks for your email however Thomas is not listed as his own sibling - the greyed out portion you see is what Find A Grave is doing. They list all siblings - including the one "you" have open. Thus he is only listed once.
Its the new way that Find A Grave does siblings - you don't add them. Find A Grave does them when you link parents.
|Jody Griffith Parker||RE: Oneota Cemetery - Duluth, MN|
Thank you! I live so far away so I'm grateful for your help.
|Anthony Lockridge||RE: Darryl Reuben|
Darryl loved cars that why it's on his headstone. Darryl got sick and he was taken to the hospital and we believe they over medicated him. He went into a coma and never came out. We miss him greatly.
|Anthony Lockridge||Darryl Reuben|
I was wondering how Darryl is related to you. I am Darryl's uncle Faye Lockridge brother.
|Jaci||Mabel Gluek & Simons|
There was a Harriet Ann & James Simons in same lot - memorials are created for you to see if/where they fit in.
Added by Jaci on Oct 02, 2013 9:51 PM
|KPtheGraveHunter||Palmer & Sylvia Dybsand|
I couldn't help but notice you took over ownership for the memorials for these two. I was just curious if you were related to them--I am, they would have been my great aunt and uncle, though I never met them. (Sylvia would have been my grandmother's sister.) I wasn't asking for a transfer of ownership I was just curious whether or not you were related. I always enjoy adding grave photos when someone makes a memorial for ones I already have in my collection. :-) Hope you are enjoying the findagrave web site!
|Jack||Memorial # 27582343|
Information for Ronald K. Hubbard site.
You may want to use the information from the picture I added to update Ronnie's information. His brother is Jack Hubbard, Memorial #27582339.
Added by Jack on Aug 20, 2013 6:37 PM
|Diane Reich||Mona Johnson|
I was at Woodlawn cemetery today. Mona Johnson is in Section K, Lot L, Grave 793. I searched the section, but I could not locate a stone for her.
|Lisa Mosier||RE: Isakson photo's much|
Your very welcome. Sorry it took me so long. I got a new camera and took it the first time I went to the cemetery but when I went to download the file was to large. I hunted down my pocket camera and went back. That time I was in a rush to make the deadline and accidently took a video instead of a photo. Yesterday was a success. Hope the photo brings you joy.
|Mandy G.||RE: David Johnson|
LOL, that's been happening a lot lately!
Happy to help, any time!
Added by Mandy G. on Jun 11, 2013 5:09 AM
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