|D Wolford (#47833912)|
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|I have been doing genealogy work for many many years but my cousin in Ohio told me about Find A Grave, she is a fellow contributor. So, that's how I got interested, now I just have to learn the ropes and get going.|
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|Cathy Berger||(Uncle) Oliver Lewis|
Dear D. Wolford, THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH FOR TAKING THE TIME TO POST THE GAVESTONE OF MY MOTHER'S BROTHER,OLIVER LEWIS!
We are wondering if you could be related to us through the Lewis/Hall family. Again, thank you for this picture.
|ASHLEY NICHOLSON||RE: Grandmother's Grave|
Thank you so very much Micheal Stevens is my cousin. Glenna is my grandmother. I greatly appreciate it
|Scrib & Barb Kelly||RE: Sarah Goodwyn|
Thank you for new pictures that you added to her memorial.
I see that a memorial was made for her infant child and the photo is attached.
Thanks for all your work as a Findagrave Volunteer.
It is very much appreciated by our family!
|Honoring our ancestors||Wozniak|
Thank you for the photo!
|Barbara T.||Mary Rivers photo|
Thank you for the photo of Aunt Mary's & Uncle Wiley's grave markers!
Nicholas Wohlfart/Walfart/Walford and wife Caroline and family came to America on the "Snow Charoltte". They settled in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania which has strong ties to Berks County through marriage and death records. They are buried in the Old Goshenhoppen Church Cemetery in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
It would not surprise me if you husband's decendants aren't related to mine since they settled in connecting counties.
|Richard Parker||RE: Nannie A Long|
A quick note. I just updated Nannie's memorial with some new information. Hope this help you.
|Richard Parker||RE: Nannie A Long|
No, I'm not related to Nancy Long.
I have two reasons for being on Find A Grave. First, to preserve memorials , exspecally small cemeteries before all traces of them are gone and to photograsph tomestones before they disappear.
Every year the cemeteries in my area are loseing old tombstones due to the weather. Winter seems to be the hardest on them.
Your surname is interesting. I'm wondering if
Wolford is another spelling for Wolfart.
|Lisa L.||Hope Henry Cemetery|
Thanks so much for looking. I found these directions online--hopfully they'll be helpful!
From Columbia County Courthouse: 173 NE Hernando Ave, Lake City, FL 32055, USA to Hope Henry Cemetery 477 SW Carolyn Ln, Lake City, FL 32024, USA
5.1 mi- about 12 mins
1. Head north on NE Hernando Ave toward NE Madison St 125 ft
2. Turn left onto NE Madison St 236 ft
3. Take the 1st left onto State Road 25A 495 ft
4. Take the 2nd right onto FL-10 W/US-90 W/W Duval St
Continue to follow FL-10 W/US-90 W 2.0 mi
5. Turn left onto FL-247 S 2.0 mi
6. Slight left onto SW Kirby Ave 0.6 mi
7. Turn left onto SW Carolyn Ln
Destination will be on the left 0.2 mi
477 SW Carolyn Ln, Lake City, FL 32024, USA
Added by Lisa L. on Sep 20, 2012 3:24 PM
|Earlene Cockrell, Wilson, Embry||Photo request|
I got your photo request for Mary Jane Beasley Burden buried in Shallow Ford Cemetery in Butler County Kentucky. I found Shallow Ford Cemetery on find a grave but there is no description or location for the cemetery. I have lived in Butler County most of my life, I know a lot of Burdens and Beasleys but have no idea where this cemetery is located.
Could you tell me where it is located in Butler County, Kentucky.
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