I have been researching the following families since the early 1980s. Mostly the Many, Maney, Manny, Manney and the Jerome & Bowe families and related persons. I enjoy seeking the photos and paper proof of my relations.
RE: Addition Let me clarify why the unlisted graves. I feel if I didnít add unlisted graves in Find A Grave, some Individuals lives would be lost. 1) My sister; her husband put her ashes in the Grand Cannon. 2) Cousin;Army Vet., his wife lost his ashes. 3) Cousin; committed suicide, His parents were ashamed of him. They buried him in an unknown area. 4) In England;WWII, the Germans destroyed cemetery records. Everybody needs to be remembered. I have digitize over 3000 photos so far just from 1900 to 1940's. Digitizing endless documentation from 1880's to present. Photoshop to enhance and preserve. Not everyone will see the extra leg work that goes into these sites but I hope they will see the value in remembering people that was left us.
Henry Leo Monpas #101475519 Would you please connect Henry with his parents, Jeffrey Monpas Memorial # 142977160 and Elizabeth Dupree Monpas Memorial # 142974311. He is my third cousin twice removed and it would be nice for him to be connected with his family. Thank you for your attention.
Helena Marchart of Wisconsin My great-grandparents were Joseph and Theresa Marchart of Chippewa County and I have researching their descendants.
Helena Marchart is the daughter of Martin and Ernestine Marchart. Her death certificate is in the Chippewa Falls County Court House. This certificate lists her name as PAULINA. The TYPED listing of Brooklawn Cemetery lists her name as HELENA. Please correct the name.
Paulina was born 20 Feb 1929 and died 23 Feb 1929 in Cadott, WI.
Alvin Shipman I'm working on the family history of Alvin Shipman. He did not die in 1867 , but in 1858 when he was 10 days short of being 74. The tombstone says he was 74. Looks like the dates were almost worn off, so it looked like 1867.
The proof I have for this is at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~vlwest/george/shipman.html#1861-letter
especially in a copy of an 1861 letter that says the writer (John Shipman)'s father Alvin had died in 1858.
Alvin's # is - http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=pv&GRid=95352350&PIpi=67625014
Robert & Marie Barlow Hello, May I have permission to add the photos you took for these memorials to my Ancestry.com tree? I would credit you, of course. If not, there's no need to respond, I don't add any photos without permission. Thank you!