|John McGlothlin (#47957234)|
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I'd been researching my family for about six years and found Find A Grave to be most helpful. Once I'd finished my research I decided to create some memorials for folk in my family so as to provide links to others that were already here and connect the dots so to speak (and no, I'm not creating a tree). That, in turn, led me to do photographic work in two local historic cemeteries.|
In 2012 I finished working in the historic Jacksonville Cemetery in Jacksonville, Oregon and in 2013 the historic Hargadine Cemetery in Ashland, Oregon taking photos where memorials lacked them and adding memorials when I came across folks what didn't have one (with the exception of very recent burials).
Anyone may use my photos for anything other than commercial purposes or the creation of duplicate memorials on Find A Grave. You may copy and post them to other websites or use them in your family history or tree. For non-commercial uses and exempting creation of duplicate memorials my photos are gifts. It would be nice if you gave credit if you use them but I'm not requiring that.
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|Stephanie Winn Miller||John Winn family of Charlottesville VA|
I'm a descendant of another branch of this Winn family in Virginia. I would very like to exchange info with you about John Winn who owned Belmont House in Charlottesville VA. You may be interested to know that John's grandparents, John Winn & Mary Pledger of Hanover Co. VA, are now a YDNA-tested group at FTDNA Winn Surname Project: https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/winn/about/news
I volunteer as an administrator of the project, and I would be happy to share further info with you. My contact email is email@example.com
Sincerely, Stephanie Winn Miller
Thank you for looking for Reuben's grave. I appreciate you going out to the cemetery.
Added by Gina on Mar 24, 2015 10:13 PM
|Chris||RE: Walnut Lane Cemetery|
This cemetery no longer exists. In 2002 the graves were moved to Hanover Memorial Park in Mechanicsville to make way for new housing construction. At that time there were no remaining grave markers and no official record of the names of those who were moved. The remains and/or fragments of approximately 100 graves were relocated, but only the names of these twelve have been preserved from other sources.
Added by Chris on Jan 11, 2015 7:13 PM
|DJ Csikos||Paul Jennings|
Thank you so much for the great photo of his marker, really appreciate your help.
|Sue Ann Harfst||Bill J. Lorton|
Thank you so much for the pictures of Mr. Lorton's markers! I especially like the one which shows his whole grave, and the way that all the markers and momentos are laid out. It gives a real feel for this atmosphere.
Thank you for your good work.
|Gary & Linda Albrecht Maret||Jacob Fattig|
Thank you for the information for Jacob. I do not know if a marker has been added or not. I would assume if in 2013 it was unmarked it still is. Again thanks and if I find any more information out I will let you know. Linda Maret
|Shelli Steedman||John Grimes|
Hi, I emailed the person who made the memorial. Hopefully, she can tell me if it was an assumption. Thanks for trying.
|Sheri West||Martha McReynolds|
Thank you for trying to locate her tombstone :)
|Terry Trackwell Kuhnau||William & Rosanna Cole|
Thank you for the information on the burial of William and Rosanna Cole.
|Anonymous||Mary Ellen Pruett|
Just wanted to thank you for locating and uploading info and pix on my mother's grave.
As I don't live in the area I greatly appreciate your interest in sharing this information
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