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Originally from Shasta County, California, my Native American ancestors are from there and Oregon. I enjoy tracing the Indian families, related directly or not. I do marker photo requests and with my Ancestry subscription, I don't mind trying to add a little more information to a memorial, just ask. I find myself adding "cemetery hopping" to my to-do-list when I'm on the road. I especially like finding a "face" on a memorial. These are our people, our loved ones. - Deanna|
I'm a McDaniel, Boswell, Scott, Diestelhorst, Ehorn (Eichorn) Spangle, Gransbury and a whole lot more!
Thank you all you other Find-A-Grave volunteers!
P.S. FEEL FREE to use ANYTHING I have, photos, info, whatever! You don't need my permission, and I won't ask for yours! If you put it on the World Wide Web, I'll use it on any site I choose! I'm here to share, you should too. Oh, and I will TRANSFER a memorial without giving you "the third degree" about whether you're worthy or not. Play nice! Have fun! Life's SHORT.
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|SFLondon||RE: Maria Armelin / Italian cemetery|
My apologies for the late response. It could be a simple case of the rest of the family having the last name spelled differently or someone just hasn't posted a memorial for them yet. There is a link for sfgenealogy on my profile. There are several cemeteries where they have a list of names. If you know the approx. time her husband and children died, you can request a death certificate from the state ($16 each). It will tell you more information and which cemetery that person is buried. I am sure if you find one, you will find the others. Lastly, I don't remember the link, but if you type in 1918 SF obituaries, there should be a link to SF newspapers at that time (excluding the Chronicle).
Added by SFLondon on Dec 27, 2013 12:00 PM
|David Reid||Use off posted pics and information|
I appreciate your openness in allowing others to access and use your posted pictures and information. I'm new to all this and quite mystified as to how a posted picture of another person's grave marker can be considered the photographer's property.
I agree with you that grave site pictures and information Including those I post should be available for use without permission. I only ask that any application of my posts be done in good taste with consideration and respect for the deceased and their relatives.
|Ralph Harris||RE: Marge Qualls|
I have some other photos that I didn't post. If you would like a copy, please email me.
Your last paragraph says it all and I agree whole heartedly! Since when did people need such control over their fellow man? The control freaks ought to be ashamed of themselves! I am like you...proud to help. Keep up the great work! Findagrave needs US!
Added by Cristy on Nov 22, 2013 11:42 AM
|Aaron Canty||RE: Johnston's at Oak Hill|
Glad to be of help.
|Barbzweig||Regarding Marge Qualls|
No problem. I did a bit of research, and didn't find her in several cemeteries here...
If I can help, just let me know.
|Pioneersearcher||# 21676956 Frances Seilhymer|
and # 21676921 Charles Seilhymer. Thank you for photographing & posting their gravestone.
Pioneersearcher # 47016656
|Michael V Drachman||Monahan's|
Thanks so much for the pictures at New Elm,, a special treat to find Naomi,, I appreciate your time and efforts,
|Steven D. Fairweather||RE: Harbour's|
You mentioned you are a McDaniel...can you email me? Curious if we are related...
|Steven D. Fairweather||McDaniel side...|
Good morning Deanna,
I am also related to McDaniels...on my Mother's side. Can you email me direct at SFwx1979@Yahoo.com...we MAY be related ourselves! I came across your profile as I was going to contact you about the Harbours (Herbert & Clydith). They are on my wife's side. If you would transfer their memorials, I would be honored.
Thank you, "talk" with you soon,
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