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My adventure began about 25 years ago when the family stories just fascinated me so I was quickly bitten by the genealogy bug. It has been such an honor to be able to take photographs at the Veteran's Cemetery. My Father is there and that motivates me to reach out to all his fellow veterans. He was a huge part of AMVETS for many, many years as Exec. Director and past President State of Florida. AMVETS placed the Carillon in Florida National and it always seems to play while I'm there. After I finish taking my pictures Dad gets flowers. My Mom is also actively involved in Veteran's issues on a daily basis.|
Through FindAGrave I've been able to find my great and great-great grandfathers in an unmarked grave in Virginia and have since ordered them a headstone after 96 years of not having one. Through a picture posting on here by a fabulous volunteer, I found my great-grandmother's headstone in Maryland sinking about 3/4 the way into the ground and just had it lifted and restored. Thank you volunteers!!! You help us "bond" to those we never had a chance to meet and make us feel closer to those we knew.
It's warmed my heart in the stories many of you have told me when I've taken a picture you've requested. I fight the heat, daily Florida rain storms, and still say "excuse me" as I walk over someone's plot, but everyone has a story and I do my best to get that for you. Feel free to use the pictures I take anyway you want to. Also, please use the edit key for any tranfer requests. Everyone on my page are family members, but if you see a memorial I've created or manage and you are more closely related then I am I would be more than happy to transfer.
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|Georgia Craft||RE: Ruth A Welch|
Thanks anyway! Do you know if the cemetery would have that info or would they even give it out?
|Georgia Craft||Ruth A Welch|
Hi, my name is Georgia Welch Craft. I was wondering if you knew Ruth or not? I was hoping to see if she was my Uncles second wife. They are buried in the same cemetery and they both loved to dance. Since her stone reads free to dance I just hoped it was her. I never met her. My Uncles name was Lawrence Welch, I think she called him Larry. Thanks so much!
|Nora Leibowitz||RE: Kehoe|
You're very welcome for the photos. I uploaded Jean as well. That was my first time in that cemetery. It's a very nice place. I wish they were all as easy to navigate.
Have a great day..
Per the Virginia Deaths and Burials, Jane Copeland Plaster died 28 May 1886 and she was 92. I added her gravestone also.
|Marianne Fisher||RE: Freeland Cemetery-Fisher&Beishline|
Those photo requests have been waiting for about a year ,if not longer,I can't remember !
|Marianne Fisher||Freeland Cemetery-Fisher&Beishline|
Thanks for the great photos,It's sad that Mary doesn't have her own marker.At least you know where she's buried.
Marianne in Jefferson county,Pa
Thank you for your prompt action in fulfilling my request.
|GerbLady||RE: FL National photos|
Getting a good chuckle out of their upgrades there. The group of y'all for this cemetery is by far the best, hands down, in getting photo requests done I have ever worked with. Now here comes the VA and throws a foil in your work there!
Added by GerbLady on Oct 30, 2013 5:35 AM
|letterman1959||Eugene A Felker|
Thanks for you for your time in trying to locate Eugene Felker's marker, I will try to let the memorial owner know of the error in the grave location of Eugene Felker. Thanks for bieng a findagrave volunteer.
|GerbLady||FL National photos|
Once again, thank you. thank you!
Added by GerbLady on Oct 28, 2013 5:28 PM
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