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I have been researching my family history for over 18 years and have found quite a few interesting characters along the way... :)
I spend a lot of free time in cemeteries, not only for my research, but because they are peaceful and very interesting.
My family names are: Nichols, Driggers, Dyess, Dias, Shipp, Lanier, Strawn, Henson, Bailey, Bradley, Williams, Peterson, Young, Pendarvis, Hiers, Post, and many more. I am related to everyone buried in Sand Pond Cemetery (Levy County, Florida), I have many relatives buried in Cedars of Lebanon (Levy County, Florida), Dog Ear (AKA Black Dirt) Cemetery (Marion County, Florida) and Red Level Cemetery (Citrus County, Florida).
I am willing to transfer any Memorials that I create, provided they are not my family members, but that depends on which of my family you are willing to claim. :)
With the exception of a few family members and the Florida State Hospital memorials, most of my memorials are created from the photographs that I take. I enjoy adding the photos more than anything. It's my belief that a family member who can't travel will find these memorials and be able to see their loved ones graves.
Due to me duplicating memorials because of several Burial Unknown's, I have been trying to double check every entry, but some may slip through. Please tell me if I've created a duplicate or if I am in error on any of the memorials I create. & PLEASE don't get upset if I duplicate a memorial that is spelled wrong, or has misinformation on the original, let me know I duplicated and contact the manager of the original for corrections. Since 95% of my memorials are from photos I take, if I duplicate a memorial that is not listed under the same name/information as in the photo of the headstone, please let me know and I will attach the photo to the correct memorial.
Thanks to all at Find A Grave!! Ya'll Rock!!!
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|Bill Paschal||RE: Margaret Tangredi # 116616597|
Thank you, Camillia
|David C. Dyess||RE: Ann Chesser # 11899611|
Thanks, that is a possibility.
|David C. Dyess||RE: Ann Chesser # 11899611|
According to the obituary that some one posted on the memorial it list brothers who should have been her maiden name as Reyes. She possibly could have been married before her marriage to Charles. She died a year prior to him.
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FOR YOUR HELP...
|John Keeth||RE: Vader Stone # 35656363|
Since you are family would you like me to transfer Vader's and the Chesser memorials I have created over to you. I will be glad to do so.
|John Keeth||Vader Stone|
Thanks for sending the note re Vader Stone. I have added the information to her memorial. Hopefully that is ok with you.
Do you happen to know her date of birth. I would like to add it to her memorial.
|Ethel Bjork||132441196 Mrs. Emily Bowen|
Can you please check your records. I have requested a photo of Emily's headstone (if there is one), who I believe to be the daughter of my great great uncle, Isaac W. Bowen and Cathrine Trotti Bowen. If this is indeed my Emily Bowen, she was born in 1849 in Gadsden or Leon County, Florida. Emily is listed on the 1850 US Census with her parents and brother George. Indexer made an error transcribing father's middle initial which is W. with an O. Can you verify this Emily as a single white female? I would appreciate any information you can provide. Thank you. Ethel Bowen Bjork
|Bettysue (Anna) Banks Bush||RE: Pvt John Jones #117803226|
Thank you for your response. After my post I realized my mistake=doing too much too fast and confusing the dates. I apologize for wasting you time. I already have the info you offered from personal family input and further research brought me to the same conclusion as yours. I have one cemetery to investigate and one family member to talk to. If I find credible info I will update Aunt Kate's record.
|KC||RE: Baker Family|
Thank you for the transfer of the Baker family members to me. If I find any more who are related, I'll let you know.
Thank you for your contribution to Find A Grave. It is greatly appreciated.
Added by KC on Dec 27, 2014 10:35 PM
|William Coleman||Emile C. Coleman|
Emily was my Great Great Grandmother who came to Florida in 1872 from Georgia and settled an area called Wolf Pond. Her husband was killed at the the Battle of Antietam in 1862. We found his grave marker in a cemetary in Frederick, Maryland. Would like to have more info on their origins.
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