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My husband and I are primarily documenting cemeteries in Washington and Frederick Counties in Maryland. We are documenting the entire cemetery, section by section, row by row, taking pictures of every stone. Everyone should be remembered, and family members should not have to beg for a picture of the stone.|
All edits, corrections and links are welcome. I would appreciate it if you would use the "edit" feature on the memorial to send me edits and requests for transfer. Sorry, but due to time restraints I am going to have to ignore/delete any requests that are left on my profile page. If I decline an edit it is because I cannot find proof - and yes, I research every edit. If I do decline I always add a comment with the reason. You would not believe how many edits I get that I have to decline because they are incorrect.
I WILL ONLY LINK TO MEMORIALS THAT ARE IN ACTUAL CEMETERIES. This is Find-a-Grave - if you don't know where they are buried don't put them in. Please read the FAG rules. If you put a memorial in without a cemetery you have 30 days to add the cemetery.
I would like to thank everyone who has sent me edits and links, especially FAG Contributors, Eloop III and Genealogy Nut.
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We all need a chuckle now and then:
TUCKER, a pet cat owned by W.E. Itnyre, Boonsboro, which died last week at the ripe age of 18 years, was given a real burial, the remains of the feline, which was highly prized by the family, being laid to rest in a coffin, which had been constructed by the cat's owner at the Maryland Pressed Steel plant here. The coffin had been used by salesman for the Montross Metal Casket Co., in selling the product.
Source: Daily Mail (Hagerstown, MD)
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|Glenn Wallace||RE: George Gardner 158164967|
The 1880 Census is where I sourced "McC" as McClellan. Let's just leave it as "C" for now, because I can't even find Clellan, so there is no source for his middle name.
|JHS||Norma Elaine Bussard|
Thank you for creating a page for my Aunt, Norma Elaine Bussard 141025716
I have sent in 2 additions her maiden name and her parents name.
I would appreciate if you would be so kind to add them
Thank you kindly,
Added by JHS on Aug 17, 2016 8:01 PM
|Ernie||Trebe Clyde Ernde|
This was my Grandfather in his obit. it list Lewis as his father, but his fathers' name was Charles A Ernde. It also list his wifes maden name was Tracy not Tracey,the picture on his page was provided by Myself Ernie
Added by Ernie on Aug 08, 2016 11:42 PM
|Patricia Brigham & Timothy Brigham||Leah Blecker|
Ian not locate where I found the info as to where this Leah Blecker Huffer is buried but I am not in the habit of adding memorials with having seen the burial info somewhere. Having said that she may be buried with her husband in Boonesboro Cemetery. I do not believe my Leah is the one with memorial #82244742 as I have a marriage for Leah Blecker married John Huffer May 21, 1829 by reverend Keedy. Since the Leah in memorial #82244742 was born in 1825 it can not be the same Leah. Until I do further research I am going to leave my memorial on
|Linda Cancilla||RE: Elizabeth (Young) Smith|
Thank you so much for the better photos. I have now put them in my Ancestry program. Yours are a hundred times better.
|Janice Camp||Jonas Smith|
Thanks for the photo for Jonas Smith's grave. I appreciate it ;).
|Linda Cancilla||Elizabeth (Young) Smith|
I just deleted Elizabeth's memorial and put in the new one. It is # 167679335 if you would like to add the photos that you took in.
Thanks so much, Louise.
|Dennis Brandt||Thomas Shorb photo|
|Carlene Steel||RE: Jacob and Mary Ahalt|
Thank you so much for giving me a heads up on this. I have changed my records & I sent an edit to correct the miss information.
Thanks again. C
|Jodi Knode-Decker||RE: Bender/Painter|
Thanks for the question. Jacob & Rosannah are my gggrandparents. What the family has told me was that the Benders went by the name of Painter & changed it to Bender. There are records that do have Painter as well as Bender so it can get confusing especially if you didn't know. I know my dad would know the answer but he has dementia and doesn't remember the answers to my questions. I know my ggrandparents occasionally used Painter as well. Tx again, Jodi
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