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"You can't go wrong if you're looking for the truth." Dr. Jutta Vera Schlamm |
Please remember Lieutenant Commander Harold Clay Pound and his crew, all lost at sea during WWII aboard the USS Pillsbury March 1, 1942. May their sacrifice never be forgotten.
An angel that walked this earth Victoria Ann "Vickie" White 1965-2012
~Death leaves a heart ache that no one can heal, Love leaves a memory that no one can steal~
From a headstone in Ireland
Since I stumbled accross Find A Grave in Nov 2012, I have found it very useful in my family history research on the Mendes, Keith, Griffin, Roberts, Terry, McIntyre, Hagan, Phillips and extended families. From Scotland, Ireland & the Azores, to the East Coast and throughout the United States, west to California.
I will be more than happy to transfer any non-family memorials, or relationships that are closer to you, that I've created or care for. I live in Mission Viejo, Ca and am willing to help with family research in this area.
Thank you to all the Find A Grave Members who have allowed me to care for family Memorials that they have created and posted pictures for me. You are appreciated more than you know!
If you are family and would like to view my research on ancestry.com send me a message for an invite. Tell me who you are! Discovering family I did not know I had has been a blessing!
Permission is given to copy and use any photos I've posted for use in family trees and research. I agree with JMFerguson Member #47015825 "The obvious usefulness (of this site) is to people who are trying to find their relatives and piece their family stories together."
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|J. Farmer||RE: Edwin A Erwin 1844-1888|
you are most welcome. I am considering contacting Medford township for more information about Mr. Erwin.
|Sylvia C Clegg||John Wesley Roberts|
Cindy, I found you via the 'niece' link on John Wesley Roberts memorial
I had different parents for John Wesley so would appreciate you sharing your sources so I can document the correct parents & family.
I also noted in your bio that you research Terry.
I would really appreciate being able to collaborate with you in finding the 'Miss Terry' who married Mathew Lacy 1758-1825 FamilySearch # LCCK-DCJ whose daughter Susan Elizabeth Lacy married Thomas Roberts (1773-1833). I have substantial Roberts source I will be happy to share.
I would appreciate hearing from you -
Thank you !
|Member #47019839||William & Marvel Woody photo|
I visited the cemetery and have posted new photos for William & Marvel.
|Member #47019839||Marvel Woody photo|
I have posted the photo and will check to see if the headstone has been updated
|Lena Ward||Re: Elizabeth Griffith|
Hello there, In response to your message regarding the bio that is in the memorial I wish I could tell you but I do not know. I am not related to Elizabeth. I am also pretty sure that I did not write it because I never Capitalize last names like that, which means it was most likely sent to me in the form of a Findagrave request to add the information to the memorial. I corrected the name and since you are related, I will transfer the memorial to you.
|Ed Stallings||Amy Lewis Hendricks|
I made the addition that you requested. Would you like for me to transfer Amy to you?
|judy lakkis||RE: Vanderveld/Downes|
You are most welcomed
|KD Burleson||Lt. Cmd. Pound|
I tend to concentrate on military history and your info on Lt. Cmd. Pound was great.....
|KD Burleson||RE: Silas & Rosa Holtzclaw|
Your very welcome. I had to kind of dig up and straighten Silas's stone for a decent picture. Those old monuments are very interesting to me with the names on the top and no dates. Glad that I was able to help out.
|Greg Robertson||RE: Jack Teaff Jr. Memorial #129259940|
It is clear Jack and his wife had 2 children whom they named Jack Jr who both died as children. That had to be rough
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