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I first became interested in researching my family tree about 14 years ago. I was able to get a good deal of information on my father's family. But my mother's family was proving to be a problem, due to a genealogy nemesis, fire in the courthouse. |
Thanks to Find-A-Grave, I have located my maternal grandparents and great-grandparents!!!! thanks F-A-G!!
I hope to go to Nashville soon for a more 'hands on' approach to the research to supplement what I've already found.
I love visiting old cemeteries (and ghosts towns), but never thought that I would find a place to post some of the photos I've taken. I hope that I can help others like some have helped me in the past.
I have added many memorials of photos that I've taken while wandering through cemeteries in the Tacoma, WA area.
***And I am more than willing to transfer any memorial that I have created, as long as it isn't also a member of my own family..... all you have to do is ask*****
Any photos of headstones that I have taken, feel free to use.
Any photos of people that I have attached to any memorial please asked first before you use.
Families I am researching, all from Missouri/Illinois/Tennessee area: Heffernan, Charleville, Panchot, Timper, Gerard, Aubuchon, Hynes.
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|Kathie||RE: Patrick Lyons|
Did you read the caption on the photo?
According to to Find a grave FAQ's What if there is no headstone?
Some people fulfill the photo request with photographs of the area where the individual was buried. In the photo's description, please indicate that there is no head stone and give specifics as to where the the grave is - such as right next to the headstone for someone else or to the left of the tree...
Some people further enhance the photograph by:
-Placing one of the following to mark the grave location - flowers, flag, or DAR emblem
-Photographing the area and adding a graphical outline to the photograph to show exactly where the grave is located.
-Do not use computer generated markers.
-Do not post a graphic stating "no gravestone" or similar language.
Added by Kathie on Nov 26, 2014 11:29 AM
Thank you so much for taking and adding the photo of Lawrence Keith McKinney.
Added by pod1739 on Nov 17, 2014 5:39 PM
|Rhettallica||RE: Possible Transfer?|
Thank you very much for the transfer of my Great Grandparents. It happened much sooner than I ever expected. Thanks again.
Would it be possible to have you transfer my Great Grandparents Joseph R. Mills (#110656897) & Maud E. Mills (#110656980)? It would be greatly appreciated. Thanks and have a great week.
|David Sharp||RE: Lambert Dulle|
You're more than welcome
|David Sharp||RE: Bertha Dulle|
You're more than welcome
|Carol Beck||Joseph Lyons|
I do check the back of the stones and take pics of any other loved ones there. No one else is buried with Joseph.
|Elaine R S||RE: Joseph James Lyons|
Yes I do. There was no one else. Sorry
|Dorothy M. Lewis||Photo Request for Anna Gaul|
Hi Charli, Thanks so much for trying to get the picture. Since it's a problem getting into the cemetery, I'll cancel my request. Best Regards, Dorothy
|Lori Selover Zaviski||RE: John Zavitski|
John's death certificate indicates he was buried in this cemetery; however aanything is possible, so he may be buried in the Carbanado Cemetery, as he did live in Carbanado. If you would be willing to check that cemetery for his gravesite it would be much appreciated!
Lori Selover Zaviski
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