|Jennifer Beahan (#48109007)|
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Hi, My name is Jennifer and I live in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.|
I am incredibly interested in family history and would be happy to help others track down their loved ones including giving tips or assistance on finding Australian members of your family tree.
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|Jackie||Joseph Gowar Newman ~ Toowong Cemetery|
Hello Jennifer, just a short note to let you know that we are truly grateful and overjoyed for the burial location photo of the husband of my 2nd cousin 2x removed, Joseph Gowar Newman.
Thank you for taking the time out of your day to help a total stranger with my request and to pinpoint his grave. We knew he didnít have a headstone but the photo of where his headstone should be and the area is nice to see. The photo is priceless as I probably will never get to Toowong Cemetery to visit his grave.
Again, thank you so much for fulfilling my photo request; your kindness made me very happy.
Have a good evening,
Jackie ~ Oklahoma City, Oklahoma USA
Added by Jackie on Aug 25, 2016 3:36 PM
|Kay Youngberry||Isabella Jane Sinclair Matches|
Hi Jennifer Thank you very much for the photos they are great. Kind regards Kay
|Jan Burnett||Thank you!|
Thank you so much, Jennifer, for taking a photo of this grave site for me. Thomas Thompson was one of my maternal great grandfathers, who was in his 80's when he died in a fire in an aged men's home in Brisbane in 1942. I only recently discovered he was buried in a public burial plot at the Toowong Cemetery, so I suspected there may have been no headstone on his grave site. Thank you once again, for taking this photo.
|Raquel Cameron||James Taylor|
Thankyou so much Jennifer for getting these pictures of the final resting place of my great grandfather. Much appreciated.
|Raquel Cameron||James Taylor|
Thanks for reporting the error of James Taylor. He was born Harold Plastow so they are one and the same people. He lived most of his life as James Taylor so I didn't think he would have been buried under his birth name. I would love a copy of his final resting place please. Thanking you in advance.
|RottenSod||John Lloyd Bale|
Very, many thanks for the photographs Jennifer, they are much appreciated. Thank you.
|Dogwalker 41||RE: Henry and Ann Keid (# 162207255 & # 162207388)|
There was a sister of Henry's...named Annie. I believe that she was born around 1831. Maybe died in 1875? I need to make a memorial for her...and will request a picture.
Thank you again...this has been fantastic!
Kathy Kidd Rivers
(The family name was Kied in England, changed to Keid in Australia and Kidd in the US).
|Dogwalker 41||Henry and Ann Keid (# 162207255 & # 162207388)|
Whoa!! What a wonderful present...to receive such nice pictures of Henry and Ann Keid's headstone. Amazing. And wonderful pictures. I especially like how you made a 'graphic' for the inscription. Very lovely...and extremely thoughtful. They are my 3G Uncle and Aunt. I live here in the US. One of Henry's younger brothers was my 2G-grandfather. He came to the States and settled in NJ. 3 of his brothers went to Australia.
You have made my day!
Many, many thanks,
|Raquel Cameron||Anna and Andrew Bell|
Thankyou so much for taking a photo of their final resting place. What a shame they are unmarked. At least they are still loved and remembered.
|Kay Youngberry||Archibald and Catherine Auld|
Hi Jennifer Thank you so much for the photos. They are GGGrandparents so I am thrilled with the photos. Kind regards Kay
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