|Bri & Ron B (#48013271)|
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Please do not email corrections, transfers, or additions. We are back online however life has taken us a different direction at the moment and do not have time to do Find A Grave things right now. Thank you for understanding we will be in full swing in time.
We are from Yakima Washington have been working on our family trees off and on for a few years now. We are busy critters with many hobbies and a family. We are a husband and wife team working this together with wife being the primary.
While we have respect for those who volunteer on here we also get annoyed with those who use it as a numbers game trying to boost their contributions. That's not what this site is about. We also get annoyed with those who do it for credit. Photos are photos anyone can take them any time. People take it way too far. Copyright is something that you have to pay for. If people are that concerned over their photos its simple don't put them on the internet for the world to see. Life is too short to need credit when a simple thank you will do.
With that said any of our photos are free to use at will. No credit is needed. We do this for a hobby not to gain something. Any information we have we will freely share with others. We will also transfer memorials to others as long as they are not our relatives. L
If you'd like to contact us privately use the edit tab on any of our memorials it will send an email to us.
Some of the names in our trees are:
Bailey Burch Frazey
Clements Hixon Garrett
Walden Hawthorne Pearsall
Thomas Rapp Williams
Nesmith Weeks Bass Warnicke
This is a good start :)
We are also interested in meeting those also working on the same lines and sharing information we have.
We used to take pictures all the time now don't have as much time as we used to. Still have a profile but forgot the password and email address to on here. Bri (#47023763)
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Thanks for adding the headstone pictures for Ed and Kitty Andreas. I live far away and couldn't get there myself to take the pix.
Added by KM2 on Jan 17, 2014 6:11 PM
|A Marine's Daughter||RE: James Allen Bailey|
I believe that I transferred it to a relative of his
|Nat ||John D Stewart|
Thank you for adding the picture of my great-uncle John's gravestone. My family and I truly appreciate it!
Added by Nat on Aug 06, 2013 5:45 PM
...and I forgot to sayI will send you anything you want!
|Blissgirl2||RE: Hello Bri|
Just added a grave marker for Grace, my maternal grandmother.
Do you have access to the photos I have of Burch and Frazey ancestors, headstones and family?
|Donna Caraway||RE: Thank you|
Yes, it was Samuel Bright. I photographer his headstone but then saw that it was already in Find A Grave1
|liz||RE: Henry N Rapp|
Here is some of the basic info that I have:
Henry was born in Beaver City, Jackson Co, OH on July 25, 1858 he died at his home on April 24, 1935 and is buried in Broken Bow cemetery with his 3rd wife.
He married first on January 18, 1885 at Pike, OH Florence (Flora) N Wilson (died January 5, 1895) She was the mother of four children.
He married a second time Mary E Lemin (died December 5th, 1938)
In October 1898 Henry relocated his family to Nebraska, Mary refused to move with Henry and she stayed behind in Ohio with their daughter Ethel Mae, seven months later (in May) she gave birth to their second child, Walter Emory Rapp.
Henry married 3rd Elizabeth K Phfundon (Pfund, Pond) October 15, 1902 she died January 5, 1924
He married 4th Mrs. Lucy Brown
The children of Henry Rapp and Florence N Wilson were: Grace, Cranston, Ernest and Leland
The children of Henry Rapp and Mary Lemin were: Ethel and Walter
I thought that we had forwarded the detailed info to you previously
Added by liz on May 13, 2013 7:20 AM
|Traci Barbour||RE: Thank you|
You are very welcome as I realize our ancestors deserved to be recognized and honored just as much as the living. Please don't hesitate to contact me should you need any photos in Broward County.
|Sue Tanner||RE: Thank you|
Hi, i will continue to look for her every time I am there.
Day trip--great idea. A few suggestions: bring some tools-some gardening type. A rake or maybe a hoe. Some gardening gloves. A lot of patience. Food and water. Bathroom is at the office(next door to it).
Any questions, let me know. Sue
|DaveWash||RE: Willis Nesmith|
You have a photo request pending for Willis Nesmith at the Ellensburg, WA, IOOF Cemetery. According to a quick search of the cemetery records there is no grave for Willis at this cemetery. I looked in the archives of our Ellensburg Daily Record newspaper and found the obituary for Willis. It indicated that his body was cremated so that may account for the fact he has no grave record.
If you will contact me with an email address I will send you the obituary for Willis. My email address is email@example.com
Dave Storla (AKA as DaveWash on FindAGrave)
Added by DaveWash on Apr 05, 2013 8:54 AM
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