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Cheryl Henry (#47506788)
 member for 3 years, 2 months, 22 days
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I began doing a family tree in 2010. I had help from an ancestor who compiled info on our family from their arrival in the US up to 1937. However, the part of the family who stayed in New York has been hard to try to reach or find. I have photographed all of our stones in the Lincoln Township Cemetery and Arvonia cemetery. I am an early retiree due to injuries from my career as a registered nurse and a teacher. Now I have time to do the geneology and take pictures. Hope to find out more about the family who stayed in the East!

Persons requesting photos. I do have back problems so. . . if the weather in Kansas is bad-- as in blinding snowstorms or weather above 105 degrees--at those times, I will not be going out for photos!!:) Hopefully I will have photos on file within a week of receiving the request. Anyone for whom I have taken photos are more than welcome to use these photos on any site which will allow photos that you have not taken. I see no reason for someone to have to re-take a photo. Please feel to use the photos for any of your family work. Cheryl
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Charles P. Rathbun
Thank you very much for the pictures.
Added by maila on Jul 27, 2014 4:17 AM
Jo Ann Ford
RE: Wright family Americus, KS
Thank you so much! You are a hero to our family. Thank you very much, Jo Ann
Added by Jo Ann Ford on Jul 26, 2014 4:37 PM
RE: Harvey Parker
The 1910 census shows him living in Emporia Ward 2. His father is buried in Maplewood Memorial Lawn Cemetery and he has children buried in Haworth and Hartford, so I think he would be in Emporia, but I suppose the family could have always decided to bury him somewhere else for some reason. Thank you for checking on Cottonwood and Grandview--I'll start looking at the others.
Added by halestorm on Jul 24, 2014 9:31 PM
Jo Ann Ford
Wright family Americus, KS
Thank you so very much! We so appreciate these photos, Jo Ann
Added by Jo Ann Ford on Jul 24, 2014 1:09 PM
Debbie Hodge
James Delay
Thank you very much for the picture of James Delay's tombstone. This helps me a lot in my Glenn research!
Added by Debbie Hodge on Jul 23, 2014 3:32 PM
Debbie Hodge
Ella Adney Delay
Thank you so much for the photograph of Ella Delay's tombstone.
Added by Debbie Hodge on Jul 23, 2014 3:30 PM
RE: Harvey Parker
Thank you so much for checking and for all your work! I was going off of information I found on findagrave (link):

I guess maybe I should contact the user who created the memorial on here first. Thank you again for looking this up, I hadn't seen the FH GenSoc indexes, so I will have to go through those as well. I've removed the picture request, but thank you again for your willingness to help and for all your suggestions on where to search!

Best wishes!
Added by halestorm on Jul 20, 2014 10:48 PM
Jerry McLain
Smith Tombstone Picture
Cheryl, Thank You so very much for your time and effort in getting this picture for me. Sincerely Jerry
Added by Jerry McLain on Jul 12, 2014 2:58 PM
Annettie Snoddy photo
Thanks for taking your time to photograph her headstone.
Added by LT on Jun 30, 2014 8:26 PM
jeanne stacy carter
Bertha and Ralph Stacy
Thank you so much for adding photos of Bertha and Ralph Stacy. I am so grateful for volunteers like yourself who take these photos of loved ones whose burial sites we are unable to visit.

jeanne carter
Added by jeanne stacy carter on Jun 30, 2014 1:01 PM
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