|Chris Horne (#47651929)|
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When my daughter was assigned a classroom project of "Who am I?" while in school, the internet was extremely young and no really easy way of filling in your ancestors other than questioning the living or hours ensconced in the library or local LDS family center. By questioning me and my parents she sparked the ember that would grow and grow in both myself and my mother.|
When I discovered Find A Grave and its wealth of information, I was in heaven. Many of my ancestors I had no idea where they were buried. Now a whole new world was opening up.
I have since become a contributor and photographer. When I go to the cemetery to fulfill a photo request, I take extra photos of the surrounding plots. It is my fervent hope to one day have the majority of this cemetery documented and photographed.
Anyone wishing to use my photos may do so. My only request is to please give Find A Grave a mention in your use of the photo. Without this website, the photo wouldn't be there.
Also, I am not one of those contributors who will not transfer a memorial strictly within the guidelines. If you have a legitimate connection, just let me know what it is. I am not a numbers hog. If I accidently duplicate an existing memorial, please let me know, I will remove it.
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|John Merwin||RE: Findagave Bussey|
Now that I know who he is, I went back and easily found his marker, as shown on Findagrave. I saw it yesterday but didn't know he was the husband of the person I was looking for. In any case, her marker is definitely not there. Perhaps one was never set (wouldn't be the first time in my searches) or maybe she was buried in his grave. Other possibility is that she was buried with her own family line elsewhere in the cemetery.
|John Merwin||Findagave Bussey|
What's her husband's name?
|Josh and Niki Carnahan||Charles Edward Carnahan|
Could you check and see if Charles is buried in the same cemetery as Leo and Yvonne? The only data I have on him is b: 5/6/1950 port Huron, HI d: 2/13/2005 Anaheim, CA
I'm trying to locate his burial location. Thanks again -Josh
|Alec Johnston ||Hortense Girard|
Hi I was wondering if the photo you posted of Hortense Girard was the same one I'm related to. Was the Hortense you posted a photo of the daughter of Moses Girard and Elizabeth LaVenture ? My Girards have Roots in New Hampshire then to Quebec.
|Josh and Niki Carnahan||Leo & Yvonne Carnahan|
Thanks for taking the time to take the photos of my grand parents. Yvonne was an amazing women, who cared for my grand father's 13 kids, never having any of her own, after the death of his first wife. The photo I had of Leo's marker was from 1985. I'm glad to know Yvonne was buried with him. Thanks again.
|Lois Carman||Marian Pearce|
Thank you so much for the photo of Marian. Your efforts are very much appreciated. Thank you....Lois
|Donna White||re: Stephen Hull|
Thank you so much for finding and taking grave photos for Stephen Hull's memorial. Also for adding the grave location information. I appreciate it very much. donna white
|Wanda L||RE: Helene Etienne|
Yes, thank you. That would be really nice.
Added by Wanda L on May 21, 2015 9:02 PM
|Wanda L||Helene Etienne|
HELLO Chris Horne
Thank you for the info. I have deleted the death date and will look further into it.
Added by Wanda L on May 21, 2015 4:36 PM
|Robert Kuhmann||JOLLIET - BYSSOT|
Hi Chris! Am still "celebrating" our recent discoveries ...(notably), your ties to Louis JOLLIET [Find A Grave #29455299]. It's just so much fun to think about all that history - and also our common "blood-relative" cousins (through LEMELIN & DELAUNAY) - via my son's his maternal lineage, back to those earliest of hardy Frenchmen (and women) who populated "pioneer" Quebec! As I am sure that you've noticed, I've been adding "memorials" for some of the most ancient ancestors (even when the exact burial site isn't known. Often, I am finding that my knowledge of French is very useful (in-as-much-as the 17th century records were all recorded in that language only). Reading those hand-written texts can (never-the-less) be quite challenging! Ergo, the doc at this memorial [Find A Grave #146076916].
Robert Kuhmann (#46567652)
Find A Grave member for 12 years, 2 months, 17 days.
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