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janelle warden (#47263335)
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Bio Photo I have been doing genealogy since 1983 and full time since 2004. I do enjoy taking trips for genealogy and walking around cemeteries looking for family even as far away as Auckland, New Zealand. So much can be learned just from grave photos.

Find A Grave has really been helpful in locating some of the graves. You may copy photos and genealogy information for your family research ...all I ask is that you remember where you got them in case someone needs a source.

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R Lerch
RE: Susan H Stanley Wright
That is the phone number though they prefer emails which give them time to look up the records (100,000 burials). It may take a week or more but it is worth it. Often Graceland performed a cremation only though and not a burial. Providing a date of death is usefull to them also in your request. good luck, Bob Lerch
Added by R Lerch on Oct 18, 2014 7:27 AM
Patricia Leonberger Hooper
Walker family
I would be happy to help you with your Walker ancestors, if I have the data you need. Patricia
Added by Patricia Leonberger Hoope... on Oct 13, 2014 12:33 PM
Juliane Montgomery Burbach
RE: Nathaniel Jones
Hi Janelle
Glad to help out. My Hartman family began in Germany and then to Pennsylvania (like so many ) and then to West Virginia, so they may be related . Have not worked that far back, other family members are doing that. Good luck in your research
Juliane
Added by Juliane Montgomery Burbac... on Sep 22, 2014 1:33 PM
Patty Donohoe
Malinda English Keebler
Janelle, thank you for adding the photo of Malinda Keebler's marker. A cousin just emailed me and thinks the "English" part of Lindy's name is in error. Does the maker include this name on it? I can't tell from the photo. I would appreciate your help.
Added by Patty Donohoe on Aug 04, 2014 10:32 PM
Dan Rooney
Appreciation
I just wanted to express my gratitude for posting the Joanna Carter Foster Hunt memorial. She is in my Carter family tree (mother's side). It was so awesome to see a memorial.

Thanks again,
Dan Rooney
Added by Dan Rooney on Jul 25, 2014 5:33 PM
Suzanne
Kincheloe-Keebler
Janelle
May I use your photos in my Ancestry.com tree online?
Added by Suzanne on Jul 08, 2014 12:47 PM
Patryka Duran y Chaves
James Martin Grave Site
Janelle,
I was doing a little digging on line for some of my Revolutionary war ancestors (for the 4th of July holiday) and came across your photo of the grave site for James Martin.....OMG! I am so excited. I visited the Martin home a few years ago and found no one home. I did a little looking around as I felt the grave site had to be there somewhere but didn't find anything. Some records that I have said that he was buried in his apple orchard.

Thanks so very much for sharing this photo! I am just thrilled to see it and of course, the new veteran marker. This made my day. So happy to see James Martin recognized for his service.

I am slowly getting back into my research and am so excited to see so much new online. Wowie! I am thrilled that you are still researching, too. I have got to get back to Kentucky sooooooon! I still haven't made it to Nicholasville and now have to put James Martin's grave on my list.

Thanks again!!

Patryka (used to be Tachick) Chaves
patrykachaves@msn.com
Added by Patryka Duran y Chaves on Jul 05, 2014 1:47 PM
Patryka Duran y Chaves
James Martin Grave Site
Janelle,
I was doing a little digging on line for some of my Revolutionary war ancestors (for the 4th of July holiday) and came across your photo of the grave site for James Martin.....OMG! I am so excited. I visited the Martin home a few years ago and found no one home. I did a little looking around as I felt the grave site had to be there somewhere but didn't find anything. Some records that I have said that he was buried in his apple orchard.

Thanks so very much for sharing this photo! I am just thrilled to see it and of course, the new veteran marker. This made my day. So happy to see James Martin recognized for his service.

I am slowly getting back into my research and am so excited to see so much new online. Wowie! I am thrilled that you are still researching, too. I have got to get back to Kentucky sooooooon! I still haven't made it to Nicholasville and now have to put James Martin's grave on my list.

Thanks again!!

Patryka (used to be Tachick) Chaves
patrykachaves@msn.com
Added by Patryka Duran y Chaves on Jul 05, 2014 1:47 PM
ButterflyGirl
Algy
Yes thank you for the edit.
I appreciate your help.
Added by ButterflyGirl on Jun 10, 2014 4:02 PM
Bob Collins
RE: Steele grave plot
Father is John W Steele, mother is Mary Steele. George is their son--not John's brother. Evidently, the inscriptions were written from the viewpoint of other children of John and Mary, who were paying tribute to their father, mother, and brother. Your best approach is to contact the cemetery staff, who can make available to you the recrods pertaining to this lot.
Added by Bob Collins on May 18, 2014 4:59 PM
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