|Richard Pittman (#47411298)|
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San Dimas, California -- I am documenting our Pittman line genealogy with the passing of my father. My mother and father gathered lots of misc. info over 50 years.|
I manage a German "Pittman Lines" site on MyHeritage.com, with tree lines back up to 815 years, but am now seeking information/ documentation for accuracy and to fill in the gaps; and separate legends from the facts. Exploring the connects by marriages has been amazing, seeing the expansive history of America.
Family names include: Adams, Carlyle, Conrad, Crockett, Dutt, Kanka, Eddleman/Edelmann/Edlemann, Major, Mauck, Pittman/Pitman/Bittman/Bittmann, Small, Smoots, Snapp, Trabue, Whetstone, Wiseman, Zumwalt.
On my wife's side: Farny (Farni/Farnu), Auer, Baldwin, Creakbaum, Crouse, Dietsch, Holloway, Jones, Kinch, Poelhuis, Schmitt, Warren.
I finally have some research time. As I visit local cemeteries more often, I include random graves to check to Find a Grave. If one belongs to your family, please let me know. My permission is given for the use of any pictures for genealogy purposes.
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|Stardust||Lilia Hevia del Puerto|
THANK YOU so very much for your beautiful photograph. I sincerely do appreciate your contribution.
Added by Stardust on Aug 29, 2015 11:28 PM
|THR||Fortune Gordien grave marker photo|
Thank you very much for the photo you took of Mr. Gordien's grave marker. Didn't realize he was in the Navy in WWII. Bob
Added by THR on Aug 25, 2015 10:40 PM
|Debra Gedney Carpenter||Arlene Helen Tripp Smith|
Thanks so much for the gravestone photo of Arlene's burial site, she is a first cousin to my grandfather. Appreciate the kindness in posting the picture
Debra Gedney Carpenter
Thank you so much for the picture that you took for Tilden John Anderson. I really appreciate it.
Added by anderson on Aug 23, 2015 2:57 PM
|Teresa Lehman||Carolyn McGinnis Henson|
Thank you very much for taking the photo of Carolyn's headstone and the information regarding the cemetery.
It is greatly appreciated!
|Kurt Hess||Gustave Hoff|
Thank You for checking on Gustave.
I have moved his record to "unknown" location for the time being. Your efforts are much appreciated.
Again, Thank You for your work,
I appreciate the time and effort you did for getting this photo for me.
It sure help in completing my family tree.
Added by gemlyte on Aug 22, 2015 10:08 PM
|arturo||Noemi Haydee Tirado|
Hello Mr. Pittman. The name listed above appears on findagrave.com. It was undoubtedly one of those you chose randomly. I am her uncle and already have a site designated for her on findagrave.com. I've been a member of this site and contributed members of my family only. I imagine the purpose of posting random grave sites is because someone may be looking for it. I don't really know of any other reason. In this particular case, Mimi was my niece, my sister's only daughter. I'm trying to avoid confusion for those looking for her posting. Would it be possible for you to close down your posting in favor of her family's offering?
Added by arturo on Aug 20, 2015 6:41 PM
|gena aguilar||nancy e. norbert|
i have a question? i have noticed that there was a plaque made for my mother and grandfather. plot; guarden of prayer: lot#0 space # 6095 i was wondering how come my grandmother daisy sutton is not on there nor can i locate her in your records.
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