|Paula Davis Fair (#47269717)|
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I am compiling my family genealogies, including maternal surnames: Montefiore, Cleveland, White, Parker, Sanders. Paternal surnames: Davis, Ramsey, Long, Polsgrove and Southerland. In-laws: Diffendorfer, Diefenderffer, Diffenderffer, Fair, Arnold, Smith. My other hobby, photography, has lead me to Findagrave, where I can combine both obsessions!|
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at, Ben Tilford Ca..., Bill Miller, BjJ, BSmithey, Carol & Pete, Chris Devlin, donn1e, Jen Snoots, Kari Olson, LaDon Brennan, Laura Jane, MsS Dore, Paula Lewis, Vauna Snyder St...
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|MissKitty||Hannah (McDowell) Chrisman gravestone|
May I have your permission to download the photo of the gravestone of Hannah (McDowell) Chrisman (Memorial# 67790299)?
I would like to upload it into my Ancestry Family Tree.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Bill DeFlorio||RE: Lawrence John Cleveland|
Glad I could help.
|Jan robinson||Max Hutton|
Thanks a bunch for the photo. Pleasure meeting you.
|Sandra Kurtz||Elmer Clarence Lawson|
Thank you so much for the grave photo of Elmer Clarence Lawson. Much appreciated! Best, Sandy Kurtz
Thanks for the photos of the gravestone of Dr. H. H. Miller. It is greatly appreciated!
Added by Vic on May 02, 2015 10:53 AM
|wrightklw||RE: Maggie Southerland Clement|
You most certainly can use the pic, I'm glad I could be of help!
I was wondering if I could use the pictures you have taken for many of the Hilbert families? John Thomas Hilbert was my 3rd great grandfather. Let me know if you want me to send an individual request for each member. Thanks.
|Tombstone Treasures||Anderson Long|
I was going through the photo requests for Maywood Cemetery in Lewis County, Missouri and saw that you requested a photograph of the headstone of Anderson Long.
I'm sorry to report that if there ever was a headstone for him, it if gone now. There is a very large section of Maywood that is quite like an open field, and a flat memorial stone is in the center; it simply states a dedication and remembrance to all of those buried in Maywood Cemetery - it says "In memory of all those who rest in unmarked graves, Maywood Cemetery, est. March 28, 1890".
I live in Colorado and went back to Missouri on a genealogy trip to search for my kin in all the cemeteries I could get to in one week's time. Maywood was on my list and I was certainly hoping he had a standing headstone but there is none.
You and I are probably cousins of some sort - drop me a line if you'd like at:
Patricia Long/Tombstone Treasures
|Robyn||RE: Parker Stones|
Of course you may. That's what this group is all about. You probably have already noticed that I added inscriptions to the stone photos. So sad that this family lost three young children. You will also want to know the gentleman who lives in the house next to the cemetery takes great care it.
Added by Robyn on Jul 14, 2014 8:26 PM
|Carol & Pete||photo request for Catharine Diffenderfer|
Paula, I've checked again for a marker for Catharine, and am unable to find a stone for her. I've added a photo to her memorial that shows, from right - left, Julia A C Diffenderffer, a space, John, Henry, & Margaret Diffenderffer. There are Grimm family stones in the next row back. Carol
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