|Donna M. St. Felix (#47924335)|
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Any photos I post MAY BE USED for your project assuming the person is a family member to you. I only ask that you reference in print where you found the photo as it may help give the idea to post photos to FindAGrave by the readers of your work.|
If you find a family member and would like the page transferred to you, let me know. I will need your member number to do the transfer.
I have uploaded many with the surname as UNKNOWN. I do plan on going back over those to recheck them with water, broom and other necessities in tow. If you can furnish any information for any, it is very welcome and I will adjust the page.
For pages I began, if you do not want the page transferred to you, photographs for a person are welcome. If you can add an approximate age for the person or date for the photo that is very helpful for others connected to the person.
Some very old cemeteries have NO early records and it is hours of hunt and peck. Excessive heat, rain and snow are not helpful.
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|T Linn||MORE - RE: James Galloway Headstone|
I was able to download and save the pages. Thank you! I appreciate it!!
Added by T Linn on Aug 18, 2016 9:33 PM
|T Linn||MORE - RE: James Galloway Headstone|
Thank you, Donna, for the info on this book. No, I haven't seen it and unfortunately, my local libraries won't do inter-library loans so I can't even request it.
I did find another memorial for James Galloway, Sr. which gives a more detailed history for him (#110332391). They also included the inscription which reads:
"In memory of James Galloway, born in Pennsylvania, Mar 1st, 1750. Died near Xenia, Ohio, August 6th, 1838, Ages 88 years , 8 months. He was a pioneer of Kentucky in 1775. A soldier of the Revolution in 1776, an honest man and a pious Christian"
So he has two memorials - Find A Grave Memorial's #110332391 & #13964295.
Thanks again for your efforts and for your response!
Added by T Linn on Aug 18, 2016 1:25 PM
|T Linn||James Galloway Headstone|
RE: Find A Grave #13964295
Donna, do you happen to have the original picture you took of James Galloways' headstone that you can enlarge it and read it and share with me what it says? James was a 1st cousin 6x removed and I'm trying to figure out some things on my Galloway line.
I was looking at his headstone and I can make most of it out, but was curious as to what the bottom reads. I believe it indicates he was a pioneer of Xenia ?? Which he was (he was actually the first settler in Xenia).
James has such a fascinating history that it's a pity that more of it isn't listed on his memorial but I know you're not the one who manages it.
By the way, thank you for taking and posting a picture of his headstone!
Added by T Linn on Aug 18, 2016 1:41 AM
Ive completed your request :) Have a wonderful day!
|Cynthia||Jacobus Johannes Flint|
Hi, I will try to go to the Nieuwe Ooster sometime soon. I'm not claiming it now since I'm not sure when I can get there. His wife should be in the same plot. If you change her last name to Ferdinandus (with two n's), you should be able to find her in the Amsterdam Archive (I assume you round him there).
Added by Cynthia on Feb 01, 2015 2:05 PM
|Quiltflower||RE: Stevenson Cemetery|
Thank you for getting back to me. I feel sad there are so many unreadable ones. I am trying to find my grandfather's ancestors and I believe they might be here. I may never be able to find out.
I was wondering if you had any pics of Gibson or a Stevenson family members headstones?
|JeanCarolSharp||RE: Thank You!|
You are so very welcome. I'm glad I was able to do this for you.
We also took pictures of Mary Felix & Emeline Felix. We wanted to make sure we got them "just in case"
We couldn't find anyone else named "Felix" at this cemetery.
May God bless you
Me and my wife were passing by in this area and decided to get her 4th great grandfathers tombstone picture. It was cold, snowy, and night time, and our flashlight was going dead. You should've seen us in that cemetery at night squinting at each tombstone. We never did find it. His name is Solomon McCully. Do you live near there? If so, could you email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by John on Apr 03, 2013 10:52 AM
|Christina ||Robert Scott|
I added the photos for Robert and the others in the lot.
Sec H Lot 514
Space 1 Roberta lister d1926
Space 2 Walter Lister d.1925
Space 3 Nettie Scott d1923
Space 4 Milo Scott ---
Space 5 Infant lister d1921
Space 6 Irene Scott d1987
Space 7 Robert
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