|Larry R. Lovern (#47600890)|
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|I really got into family research after my Dad passed away in August of 2011. I wanted to know more about my family history and figured I had better get started while my Mom was still with me.|
I enjoy walking through the cemeteries, taking pictures and adding them to this site. Sometimes in my walks through these cemeteries I'll see neglected and damaged markers, so I stop and take the time to clean them up the best I can and take a picture. Who knows, this might be the last picture taken before it is completely gone. A headstone will last a long time, but not forever.
I always take the time to get a picture of our veterans. Our Men and Women that have served and sacrificed for our Country to give us the freedoms that we have. They deserve our utmost respect and gratitude.
I work hard to get my information as accurate as possible, but I do make mistakes. When they are called to my attention or I find them I do the corrections.
I will be more than happy to transfer any of my non-family memorials to anyone who finds that I have entered one of their relatives. I feel that a family member can add so much more to a memorial than a non-family member. If you would like a transfer, please state your relationship with the person you would like transferred.
Please do not post a duplicate of a photo that is already in place. If there is a photo of the headstone, there does not need to be another, unless the one there is totally unreadable and yours can be read. Also remember that unsponsored memorials are limited to five pictures, so please make them worthwhile.
If you have or find a copy of an obit for one of my memorial pages, please send it to me and allow me the time to add it to the bio section of their memorial page. As stated above, unsponsored memorials are limited to five pictures, so please make them worthwhile. I will gladly give you the credit for supplying it.
I applaud everyone for their additions to Find A Grave, especially the volunteer photographers. You guys do an awesome job and all the hard work is greatly appreciated by all of us.
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|michelle roberts||leila ruth chavis|
This has touched my heart....I'm 39 years old and my granny passed away when I was 14. It feels like yesterday...the pain hurts always ... but to type her name in Google and have a picture taken by someone whom doesn't have clue to who she was....but for you to take the time to do this is awesome!!!!! I'm moved touched and I want to help....I promised my granny I would never forget and I would always share her love with my children and grand children and would do all I could to carry that on....where she would never be forgotten....I want to get involved could you contact me please....Michelle Roberts 803-307-9610....oh I added a real photo to my grannys
|Beth Mc||Stephen Woolbright|
Steve's birthday is June 17, 1964.
Added by Beth Mc on Jan 13, 2015 9:59 PM
|Tina ||RE: James and Earline Lovern|
Earline's mother Eula was my mothers aunt. My mother's name was Doris Craven she was the daughter of Eula's Brother John and his wife Jessie Craven. She was born in Orangeburg but grew up in Charleston. She moved to Ohio in her mid twenties. She never spoke at all about her family. I have been trying desperately for years to find someone from that line of her family to help me build my tree, or even share pics with but haven't had any luck. I live in Ohio. I have found several obits where there was a Rev Ralph Lovern officiating and was trying to see how he fit in. If you know of any members from Earlines side that I might contact or that would be willing to share photos please let me know. I would love to be able to see what these people look like. I would also like to say thank you for all the work you put in on find a grave for people who live far away it is a great source of info.. Thanks Tina
Added by Tina on Jan 13, 2015 4:48 AM
|Tina ||James and Earline Lovern|
I see you do a lot of work in Orangeburg area are you related to James and Earline Browder? My email is firstname.lastname@example.org thanks Tina
Added by Tina on Jan 12, 2015 8:02 AM
|Fran||Grace G. Lovern|
Ryan Cemetery, Shawsville, Montgomery Co., VA
Grace G. Lovern # 12808114.
Please transfer her to Fran#47888650
Thank you very much.
Added by Fran on Aug 03, 2014 7:36 PM
|Fran||Grace G. Lovern|
Grace is my aunt on may dad's side of the family. Would you please transfer Grace Lovern to me.
Thank you very much.
Added by Fran on Aug 03, 2014 7:32 PM
|Jackie Brown-Torres||James Henry Lovern|
I have a death certificate for him. My e-mail is email@example.com. I will e-mail you a copy, He is buried in Elbert, Georgia but I can't find his grave. I believe he is your great grandfather.
Mahalo from Hawaii
|Jackie Brown-Torres||Ovie Elizabeth Lovern Fagan|
Hi Larry, my name is Jackie Brown Torres. Ovie was my mother-in-law's mom. Ovie was married to a Fagan (Phagan) Sarah Nathleen Fagan Brown was married to George David Brown of Calhoun Falls, SC. Ralph was the oldest and Lou Ella was the youngest of Ovie's
children. I am also on Find a Grave. I was married to Alton Ray Brown.
Aloha from Hawaii
|Fran Bundy||Great Job!|
Larry... great job with the memorials you have added to Findagrave. They are as complete as possible and linked, too.
Thanks for the hard work!
|Joyce Odom Allen||Weekly A Sandifer|
This gentleman was my Uncle. Would you mind transferring him to my care, unless he is closer in relation to you. Thanks! Find A Grave Memorial# 114440738
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