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|Find A Grave has helped me with my own family history and I thought it was time to "give back" to a very worthwhile endeavor. I have been fulfilling photo requests in my area and am helping to transcribe and enter part of a local cemetery. I really had no idea what I was getting into. Membership in the local Wenatchee Area Genealogy Society (WAGS) has helped me tremendously! Obituaries are available at their site also for a nominal fee.|
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Thanks for transferring my great Uncle Otto Netz to me. Much appreciated.
Added by RWoehl on Apr 16, 2014 12:34 PM
|Robert Carlson||Grove Swartz|
I was at the Rockvale Cemetery again and walked the
balance of the cemetery I hadn't covered before.
I did not find a grave marker for Grove Swartz. I
had taken the photo for Alice Swartz. Is it possible
that Grove is buried next to Alice with no grave
marker. It looked like there would be room for a
plot next to Alice.
|KsDocent||RE: Memorial #90294166|
Daisy had a brother-in-law Alfred Neel; beyond that I will have to ask around. Sure sounds like the McIntire and Crane/Neel families were close.
Added by KsDocent on Apr 16, 2014 7:15 AM
|KsDocent||RE: Memorial #90294166|
Yes, there must be something here. I have not examined the McIntyre family closely, we are part of the Neel family. Working on a totally different project, I came upon the stone at Hollis Cemetery. After some research, I am fairly confident it is Elizabeth McIntire. She died at a time her daughter and son-in-law were living in that township. Not sure how Daisy Crane Neel would be called a sister of William McIntire, sometimes obituaries are not totally accurate. Maybe they were close first cousins, if he is the son of Sara Jane's brother George; maybe they grew up together. This requires a little more research, but I suspect there is a connection somehow.
Added by KsDocent on Apr 14, 2014 7:56 PM
|KsDocent||RE: Memorial #90394166|
Fair question...are you related? Sorry I am slow in responding, we have had some problems here. As I recall when researching this, I had several sources. Oral family history being one, ancestry.com and perusing old records at the local library. If you have information to add or subtract, please let me know.
Added by KsDocent on Apr 14, 2014 11:03 AM
|Irene Wright||Picture of Alice W. Dering tombstone|
I would like for you to put a picture of this tombstone on my page. Her Find A Grave page was transferred to me and I changed what was written so lost the picture of the stone. I will delete the one that was transferred to me if that is permissable. Do you know if it is permissable. Think it is but just want the picture of the stone on mine. That number is #127592428.
|Ruby Perry||RE: Kathleen McPhail|
Thank you for posting the picture of Neal's headstone. He was my mother's second husband and I've been told he was a kind man. I appreciate your extra effort to uncover Kathleen's -- thank you!!
|Sandi Smith||Marjorie Smart|
I think your memorial for Marjorie Smart might be for the same Marjorie Smart as memorial 76224700. That memorial includes her obituary, so you might be able to fill in some blanks from it.
|Cindy Cornwell McCachern||Thank You|
Thanks for the photo of Daniel Cornwell, Jr.
Thank you for taking your time and help by taking the picture for me I really appreciate your kindness. Have a good year
Added by missprg on Jan 22, 2014 2:52 PM
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