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I became interested in Find A Grave when I was looking for information about a friend's son that died many years ago. To my surprise Find A Grave came up with his headstone. After telling my friend about this way of memorializing her son, she gave me a photograph to upload. Of course I had to become a member to add it, so I did. After browsing through the site I realized the value, added some ancestor's graves that I had wanted to see for years and requested photos. I was overjoyed when Laurie LaPage fulfilled my request. I am hoping that this tool will help me to find some missing ancestors, memorialize those that I find and allow me to help others find clues to their ancestors.|
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|Lynda S. Wise||Mamie McIntosh|
The info I added was from old funeral home records in Daytona Beach that have now been taken off the internet..they do contain some mistakes..but on the other hand have valuable info.
|Teresa Kucera||Daniel Joesph Godinho|
I want to thank you with all of my heart for the work you do for the Find A Grave site.Yes,it can really bless the loved ones.My first born son had been added with photo.To have you add Daniel's grave was truly a gift to my heart.May the Lord bless you in all you do! Teresa Kucera
|Phillip Jares||RE: Lundquist in Lakewood Cemetery|
I was surprised as they rest in a very expensive neighborhood. I spoke to someone later that said there are a lot they do not have stones. I'd think in this cemetery it'd be different. Happy to help.
|cynthia mullens||RE: TE Reigel headstone photo|
Thanks for your note.
Could you please put a link between the following:
James C. Walter and Mary Miller Walter (husband and wife) and connector links to each of their sons: Clayton M. Walter and Carroll M. Walter.
Clayton and his parents are at Oak lawn Cemetery and Carroll in in the National Cem. in Sumter Co., both cemeteries are in Fla.
And if someone could please get a photo of where Carroll Marion Walter is at rest it would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you for doing a great job. And thank you for considering my request.
Added by diamond on Feb 18, 2015 10:43 AM
|Lily ||Daniel Joseph Godinho gravesite|
DJ was a very dear friend of mine many, many years ago when we were in high school. I found out he'd passed away about a year after the fact, and I never knew where he was interred. I always wanted to visit the site to pay my respects to him. My husband encouraged me recently to do some research, and I found the name of the cemetery...and then I found this page. I don't know who you are or why you added his grave to the site, but in my eyes you are an angel. I will always be grateful to you, because now I know where my friend is and where I can go tell him the goodbye that I never got to say. I can't begin to tell you how much that means to me. Thank you.
Added by Lily on Dec 12, 2014 7:58 PM
|Dave & dee||RE: Cornelia Smith|
Absolutely not, we never feel like we've wasted our time searching for the final resting places of loved ones for their families. We just wish we could have had better news and picture to send. Let us know if you have any further cemeteries we could check.
|Alice Schultz||Calvin Richardson|
I was at Prairie Home Cemetery the other day to find Calvin's marker where he is buried (along with Mary Richardson). Unfortunately there are no markers for either one of them. They are buried there, just no markers. I did take a photo of the grassy area where they are buried, please let me know if you would like me to upload that photo. It does show the marker to one side of the person buried in the space next to them. I am sorry that I could not be of more help. Regards, Alice
|brahlf||RE: Helen McPartland|
Sorry there was no marker. The more I look for graves the more I find without headstones. Kind of sad. The person that runs the cemetery told me that at times distant relatives of these people have a stone erected for them.
Added by brahlf on Apr 14, 2014 2:42 PM
|Zinabeth||RE: Bertha McIntosh - Hampton Cemetary|
All I can remember about Granny Bert as us locals called her was she always drove a green car. She was William Alva Saxton III, grandma, his mom was Lucile Saxon who passed in a car wreck many years ago. I wish that I had my mom's box of old photos, then I could send you one of her, but unfortunately I do not.
The photo you put up may have been of her way before I got to know her though. Thanks for what you do for find a grave!
Added by Zinabeth on Mar 21, 2014 12:59 PM
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