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I love animals and am currently owned by a 12-year old beagle named Mollie Brown. She is unsinkable. At the moment she's rampaging around the house like an Olympic sprinter. We miss her pal, Buddy, who died last September. His memorial is in my Brown Family virtual cemetery.|
I am particularly interested in the Clements Family with Catholic roots in Maryland and their many family connections in Kentucky, Indiana and beyond. I'm working on a book about them.
I keep a family tree file at RootsWeb for which the link is listed below.
I own cemetery transcriptions published by the Downriver Genealogical Society for St. Francis Xavier (2011) Cemetery in Ecorse, Wayne Michigan that includes 1700+ unmarked graves and for Oak Ridge Cemetery (1998) in Brownstown, Wayne, Michigan. I am willing to do look-ups in these sources.
Daniel Pletcher has a virtual cemetery for memorials that could use remembrance tokens. I liked his idea and created one here. The contents will change periodically and I decided to keep the number to about 10. Visit them if you can.
I have added photos of both tombstones and people to memorials created by others. Between Dec 2-4, 2013 I also deleted 40 memorials of mine that were shown to be duplicates when two cemeteries were merged. I didn't particularly enjoy doing that but mine were the later entries so... My pipe dream is that people learn to value cooperation more than competition.
I know 3 excellent guidelines for interacting with other people.
"Assume good faith."
"Use good manners."
"Don't bite the newcomers."
I am a relative newcomer, and there's a lot to learn at Find A Grave. Please don't bite me. I have enough wounds and scars already, some of them very recent.
Best Wishes to you all,
CarmasKid, 14 Jan 2014
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|Sherri Czuchra||RE: Your new photo|
Thank you for you kind words.
|Daniel Pletcher||RE: Angels in Need of Flowers|
You are welcome. Thank you for visiting them. I just got through updating it and adding new names.
|Sherri Czuchra||RE: Herbert Bondie|
My death sources for Orville Herbert Bondie #112489571, is the Wyandotte Death Index, Book #4, Registered #82 and Michigan, Deaths and Burials, 1800-1995, Volume 4, Line 82.
To save you from looking it all up, I posted the death record on his memorial page. Thank you so much for asking about my sources. I am always happy to provide them.
Have a great night, Sherri
|Sherri Czuchra||RE: Herbert Bondie & parents|
Thank you so much for your updating and transfers. They are very much appreciated and it sure makes it easier documenting! Sherri
|sharon gamble ward||RE: Emma Wampler|
Emma is my great aunt. thank you for the transfer. wish I knew more about her to. am searching. all of my family is pretty much gone now. but trying.
|sharon gamble ward||Emma Wampler|
will you transfer Emma to me. she is my great aunt.thanks
|Diana Berkel||RE: Baby McCown Brown|
You are very welcome.
I found you from the note/flowers you left on one of my memorials. ( baby Mcown/ Brown)
I would like to use your guidelines on my profile. I would credit them as yours. Thank you for all of your work on Find A Grave.
|Katina Peters||Ruth McCray Post|
I am so sorry for the delay, her parents links are done.
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