|Nancy Stout (#47697610)|
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The very first thing I want to say is THANK YOU to all of you who send me edits for the memorials I manage. I check Find A Grave almost every day and absolutely love it when edits come my way. I use the edit feature often, and it always lifts my spirits when I see them go through. It reinforces that this site is a community effort and we are all working together to make it as complete and accurate as possible. |
I have been interested in genealogy for 30 years and have written over a dozen family history books, the first one in 1979. The majority of our family vacations in the 1980s & 1990s revolved around cemeteries and visiting relatives. (Our kids ask why there are so many photos of them posing on headstones!)
When I joined FindAGrave, I kept busy adding our own family members. I knew where most were buried but some had to be searched for. In 2013, my husband and I took a trip through Montana, North Dakota and Minnesota and, in the process, found lots of folks to whom we were not related. I've created memorials for them adding as much additional information as I could find. We were able to fill dozens of photo requests; it felt good being able to pay forward all of the requests that volunteers have filled for us.
I endeavor to make memorials as complete as possible, including headstone photos, bios and links. (I have received permission for obits unless the newspapers are out of print or the copyrights have expired.)
Most of my memorials are family members, but I'll happily consider transfers if you are more closely related.
You are welcome to use any of the photos I have posted but I would enjoy hearing from you if you do use any.
FindAGrave has added so much to my life. I love being a part of it!
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|Linda||RE: Grace Stromsmoe|
Thank you for your kind words - I added the photo of the back of the headstone as so you have a sense of the view.
Lovely inscription on the front with bright/cheerful flowers.
Thank you for doing all that you do as well!
Added by Linda on May 12, 2016 2:40 PM
That's all the obit I found, just a short blurb in the paper
Added by kateb on Apr 20, 2016 7:48 PM
|Bear Hugs||Elizabeth Barclay|
The inscription appears to be at the bottom of the headstone. THX
|margaret hamilton||RE: walter glen|
|margaret hamilton||walter glen|
Hi could i please use your pictures of walter glenn who is the husband of Emma letham who is my 4th cousin 3x remove.
I was born in scotland and still stay there.
|Mary Neste||Judy Cherkoney 41610768|
see I had the wrong id # on the other 2 replies!
|Mary Neste||RE: Judy Cerkoney 28980243|
Nick Cerkoney born 22 Sep 1938 North Dakota
died 17 Feb 1997 San Diego, California
the dates I found on ancestry
Harold Bangen is married to my 4th cousin Harriet Herberg .. so we may have a link in our tree??
|Mary Neste||Judy Cerkoney 28980243|
Would her husband Nick Cerkoney be buried in Highland Cemetery - Great Falls, Cascade Co., Montana too??
|James Brown||William Floyd Young-131424134|
Grave Hunter has duplicated your entry for the subject at Aultorest Memorial Park in Ogden.
|David Eide||Conrad Faust|
The Rose City Cemetery looked up all the information that they had on Conrad and it wasn't much? Their records indicate that Conrad died January 27th, 1930 in Portland. I think that I put his burial plot information on the photo but if not it is:
Section A Row 111 Grave # 28. Conrad is not in the Oregon Death Index? I do have his passport application if you would like it?
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