|Connie Ferris (#47541532)|
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I have been involved in researching my family history for the past 25 years. When I found Find A Grave I considered it a wonderful new tool and now I'd like to contribute to this virtual cemetery with bio's and photos of my own beloved family members.|
Many of the memorials I manage connect to me in some way. That means I really want to talk to you if you connect too! Feel free to contact me through EDIT - Suggest... - or directly by e-mail.
My trees include a big connection to Norway and the names: Norby/e, Johnson (on both sides - oh joy!), Lien, Wigen, Nummedal, Behrents and Daehlin.
My husband's trees (Richard Ferris) connect to Scotland/Ireland, early America, Sweden & Norway. Names include: Ferris, Pillsbury, Donaldson and Thorson.
I'm currently working on a website with our family trees. It is free and easy to register. (All you need is a name and your choice of username and password.) If you have a name in one of my virtual cemeteries, there may be much more in my site. Please come visit!
Pet Peeve Section:
1. My husband and I travel to cemeteries, sometimes long distances, only to take photos of relatives' graves, and then we snap a few more that are nearby. I use Photoshop to enhance every photo. However, I have just a small camera and am not a professional photographer. If you take a photo that is distinctly better, I'm willing to remove mine, but have the common courtesy to let me know. Don't use up a second of the precious 5 photo limit to post basically the same photo.
2. I am so sad that managers of memorials interpret "guidelines" as "rules". Memorials should rest with family, regardless of the relationship. If there is a controversy, then use the guidelines to interpret whether someone is more closely related than someone else. Do you really want to become a Fallen Graver and leave 50,000 memorials to someone else, equally unrelated? When someone sends me an edit, I always, ALWAYS ask if they are related. I am eager to transfer memorials!
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|Lars Gustafsson||RE: Oscar Hedman #38840153|
Oscar is not related to me so it's better if you keep him.
I found him on findagrave while searching for people (and their descendants) who emigrated to United States from Hanebo parish, Hälsingland, Gävleborgs län, Sweden.
His father emigrated from Sweden in 1881 and his mother the year after in 1882. They had been married in 1875 in Hanebo parish.
|McCauley||RE: Infant Jorgenson #99148628|
I am glad to put the picture up on the page. We have been trying to update all of our local cemeteries. No particular reason other than they deserve it. I appreciate your help too, thanks so much !!
Added by McCauley on Nov 10, 2015 12:06 AM
|Lauri Z||RE: Effie Hansen Norby #149063377|
Hi Connie - Thanks for accepting Effie's edit, I just caught her maiden name by chance, I was actually doing some research on some of the Aaneruds, and got off on a tangent linking siblings, parents and spouses. Sometimes those tangents take me wayyy off course, but I like family members connected and not forgotten. I like your two pet peeves, especially the second one and agree completely. He/She who has the most Find A Grave memorial pages does not win anything in the end!!
Take care for now, hope you have a great November.
Added by Lauri Z on Nov 07, 2015 11:09 PM
|Jim Forcum||RE: Harry Hark|
He is neither a friend nor relative, I just happened to run across his historical record and felt the need to update his data.
No, I do not want him transferred to me.
Connie, thanks for all the great work you have done!
I was able to take another photo of Laura Rew Chandler's stone at the Caneadea Cemetery in Caneadea, NY in order to see if there was a complete date of death on her stone. The picture has been added to her memorial page. Unfortunately, there is nothing engraved after the number 19.
Added by Dee on Aug 29, 2015 10:22 PM
|Wes Hartz||gravestone photo|
Thank You so much.... Since I live in CA this is the only way I could ever view my grandfather's gravestone photo. I also understand the cemetery is somewhat remote.
Connie, thank you so much for the tombstone photo for William Slack. He was a Civil War Veteran. I appreciate you taking the time to photograph his tombstone.
Added by Elaine on Aug 27, 2015 6:57 PM
|L. Molaski||Lila Ferris 87337144|
Thank you for the Lila Ferris pictures, I really appreciate any effort to contribute to a memorial.
|Debbie||RE: Tammy Morris Perry|
Certainly! You are most welcome, Connie. Happy 4th of July to you!
re: Tammy Morris Perry
Thank you for the transfer. I appreciate the work you did in creating the memorial. - Connie
Added by Connie Ferris on Jun 26, 2015 8:29 AM
Added by Debbie on Jul 03, 2015 4:22 AM
|DE Sundeen||Photos and GPS|
Thank you for the photos and GPS
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