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Bonnie Miller (#47313493)
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Bio Photo I live in Massachusetts and spend time in Florida in the winter.

I look for identified photos wherever I can find them, and sell them on eBay. It's amazing how many people find their ancestors in my eBay store - and it's very rewarding. I've recently started going back through the scans of photos I've sold and adding them to this site.

While I'm researching photos to list in my eBay store, I check to see if there's a findagrave memorial. My research usually turns up census records that show a lot of info I can use to update a memorial - spouses, children, dobs, etc. Since Edits have become so easy, I often send out a bunch of edit requests for a family group. Thanks to everyone who takes the time to accept them and make findagrave better. I love that I'm able to connect family members who are scattered all over the country.

If I've sent you an edit request, it's because I've researched that person or someone in their family and have a photo of them in my eBay store.

Many of the memorials I've created are not my family, so don't hesitate to ask if you'd like one transferred to you.

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 • 74 Memorials Added
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RE: Sarah Arland #13629029
Would love to see the Mace, Arland, and Goodwin photos.
Added by Piper on Jun 16, 2015 10:29 AM
Jonathan Twiss
RE: Fred Corliss
Yes, you are right, Bonnie. Thanks.
Added by Jonathan Twiss on Jun 05, 2015 10:38 AM
Jonathan Twiss
Fred Corliss
The parents of Frederick Jameson Corliss were Leander Corliss [1795-1880] and his first wife Lurany [Tubbs][1801-1845] of Marshfield, Washing-ton Co., VT. Please correct the names and spellings if you can. If not, you can transfer his memorial to me. My ID # is 47229892. Lurany, the mother of Frederick J. Corliss, is the sister of my great-great grandmother Mehitable [Tubbs] Benton of Marshfield, VT. Thanks, Jonathan Twiss
Added by Jonathan Twiss on Jun 05, 2015 9:37 AM
Borden Parker Bowne 20935661
You have a picture of an adult male on him, this is a child. Please remove the picture.
Added by Kat on May 20, 2015 5:52 AM
Allegro con Brio
Mertie Louise Cady
Hi, I was just curious to know where you found Aunt Mertie's photograph.~A
Added by Allegro con Brio on May 02, 2015 7:15 PM
Beverly Ackermann Jobe
RE: Emil Donaubauer
Thanks Bonnie, enjoy your trip.
Added by Beverly Ackermann Jobe on Apr 21, 2015 4:55 PM
G. Flanders
You added a wedding photo to Clementine Mousel, Krier # 43634293 this past Novemeber.
Your note says antiqued photo album of Luxembourg families, or something of that nature.
Can you tell me more about the photos.
Thank you, Ginnie
Added by G. Flanders on Apr 16, 2015 3:52 PM
Beverly Ackermann Jobe
Emil Donaubauer
Bonnie, I am preparing journal of the St Paul's Church Cemetery in Cibolo, Texas. I noticed that you posted a picture of Emil & siblings to his memorial #70911599. May I have your permission to use your photo in the journal that I am preparing for the Genealogy Room, Schertz Library? Beverly Jobe
Added by Beverly Ackermann Jobe on Apr 15, 2015 9:27 PM
Val Lovelace
RE: Benjamin Fuller Smith #36411532, Marion Howard Prentiss #36411534
Very cool! Let me know if there is any other way I can help with these two, and feel free to touch base with others if you have those photos!
Added by Val Lovelace on Mar 16, 2015 10:36 AM
Val Lovelace
RE: Benjamin Fuller Smith #36411532, Marion Howard Prentiss #36411534
Hi Bonnie, I've deleted one photo from each memorial. I can't delete ones I haven't posted, so I kept the two I felt were most important to the memorial (close-ups of the monument).

If you have more than one to post, I would encourage you to 'sponsor' the memorials. That allows twelve photos to be posted, eliminates ads from the memorial, and the funds go to support the work of FG to keep it a free site. Sponsoring is a one-time fee of $5 (at least it used to be). If they are your relations in some way, might be something to consider.

I've sponsored a number of my family and friends' memorials so I could post more photographs and documents.
Added by Val Lovelace on Mar 15, 2015 6:21 PM
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