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My interest in "paying it forward" started after I found a record of one of my ancestors on Find a Grave. This led me on an entirely new branch of genealogical discovery. I soon became a volunteer photo taker and then branched out to photographing entire cemeteries. |
I think it is important to document history and it is unfortunate that many stones are so worn away that they can't be read, or there is other damage to the stone that makes the documentation of that person's history incomplete.
Find a Grave is an astounding phenomenon! Feel free to use photos I have taken. Please ask if you would like a memorial transferred to you for management or tell me if there is additional info I can add to the memorial. My goal is to improve accuracy and to give someone else that needed leg up in their genealogical research.
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|Picnflrz||Pine Eden Cemetery|
I am curious how well you know Pine Eden Cemetery and if you are able to find an interment there? I am looking for a couple of people that should be here, but they have not been entered on Find A Grave yet.
Added by Picnflrz on Nov 21, 2015 12:54 PM
Harold L. Fischer
Could you move the photo from 9715750 to 53749680.
Might be a duplicate.
Added by vjk on Oct 20, 2015 6:05 AM
Not much more than what I had for Mary Mallard ...
1880 Census indicates that Jefferson V Mallard was:
- Born in North Carolina (as well as his parents) around 1822.
- Occupation: Blacksmith
- Lived in Brooklyn, Massac, IL
- Following were listed in the household:
Mary V. Mallard (age 48), Charley A. Mallard (age 14), Emma B. Mallard (age 11), Ann Netta Mallard (age 10), and Harriet E. Mallard (age 7)
1870 Census indicates that J. V. Mallard was:
- Born in NC around 1824
- Lived in Massac County, IL
- Following were listed in the household:
Mary Mallard (age 38), Charles A Mallard (age 3), Emma B Mallard (age 1), Elizabeth Halterman (age 23), Adam Edwards (age 60), William N. Townsley (age 17), Joseph Townsley (age 15)
1860 Census indicates that Jefferson B Mallard:
- same DOB and POB listed as above
- Lived in Newtown, Livingston, IL
- Following were listed in the household: Frances E Mallard (age 27), Mary J Mallard (age 4), Samuel Jennings (age 30)
Unfortunately, that was all I could find on Jefferson. Good luck in your search.
Added by acl on Sep 14, 2015 2:53 PM
For Mary Mallard,
1870 & 1880 Census from Massac County, IL indicate that she was:
~born abt 1832 in Alabama
~both of her parents were also born in Alabama
That is all I was able to find.
Added by acl on Sep 10, 2015 4:16 PM
|Pam Miller💕||Clifford Mayberry|
Thank you so much for the transfer of Clifford's memorial.
Added by 4daLove on Jun 05, 2015 7:16 AM
|4daLove||RE: Windsor cemetery|
No problem.. I did not know. Will try and remember that.
Thanks for information.
Added by 4daLove on May 29, 2015 6:39 AM
|4daLove||RE: Jason Lindemann|
Thanks for the response.
I believe I was asking you if you would put a "NOTE" on Jason to reference Amanda. I could not find anything online to possibly explain relationship.
Or " I can " just transfer to you if you would like. They are not related to my family. Let me know either way.
Added by 4daLove on May 09, 2015 7:10 AM
|Crys ||RE: Alva and Amy Phoenix|
Don't worry about it. I am hoping to get out that way in the next couple of years to visit the cemeteries for myself and to do some research. However, if you do happen to be in the area and it would not be too much trouble, I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you so much!!!
Added by Crys on May 04, 2015 12:54 PM
|Crys ||Alva and Amy Phoenix|
Hi, I was wondering if you could do me a huge favor. You took a photo of this gravestone in Pine Eden. I realize it is badly worn, but I was wondering if you would mind, sometime when you are in that area, if you could stop by and see if you can read the dates, I would greatly appreciate it. I am not sure whether or not they are possible to read.
I believe There are actually 4 names inscribed on their headstone:
Alva and Amy and two of their children.
Added by Crys on May 02, 2015 8:24 PM
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