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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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Sue Roberts
RE: Robert C Bacon
No, I'm sorry I do not. If I come across anything I'll let you know.
Sue
Added by Sue Roberts on Dec 01, 2014 3:11 AM
Wallace G Lane Jr
RE: Mary Eliza Steele
Happy Thanksgiving .... snowing here. Yesterday was my last visit to The Green-Wood Cemetery till spring.
Added by Wallace G Lane Jr on Nov 26, 2014 10:55 AM
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
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