|Tom Denardo (#767)|
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DOES ANYONE KNOW THE NAME OF THIS UNION OFFICER? He appears to be a 2LT. What is HIS NAME AND UNIT? On the reverse side of the photo it says Partridge's Gallery, Wheeling West Virginia.|
Findagrave was founded in 1998. When I first joined this site back in July 1999, we had to mail our photos to Utah and they would upload the records. I can account for 179 famous records on this site that show me as the one who found and created the famous record. F-A-G only shows 112 This meant I did not get credit for many records. Anytime you see my photos dated before 2002, that meant I found the records but only credited with the photo. I have numerous trees on ancestry that I have done for friends. Ancestry com is where family trees are put together. Findagrave is a separate entity---This is one of my contributions I leave to future posterity.
Tips on researching your family tree.
Records from the 1800s:
Example 1. Mary T. Lincoln, the 'T'
usually represents her maiden name, not her middle initial.
Example 2. Robert Todd Lincoln. The first born son's middle name is usually his mothers maiden name.In this example, Todd is his mothers maiden name.
My goal is to do Quality Work, Not Quantity Work.Copyright information: You may use my photos. Most people do not give credit to the people who actually take the photos.People listed as FAMOUS on this site are "maintained by findagrave", which means only they can edit/add information. Any records I have that are Famous, I can't change a thing for you, sorry.
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|connie fenimore||my dad|
Tom I see you added some pictures of my dad's marker I am wondering how you know my dad
|Ms Martie M||RE: mo police|
WOW; great virtual cemetery!
Thank you for sharing; its good to honor these great heroes.
Sadly, there seems to be so many that died in the line of duty. We forever owe them a debt.
|Katherine Bell||William Frank Long|
My grandfather worked for the railroad and when he was in California he Married Martha Antonia Nelson Dahm and had two children, a son Arthur Thomas Long 1906 and daughter Alice. Martha had 6 children from a previous marriage.
He left and was in Denver, Colorado. In 1910 he married a Mrs. in Kansas City, MO. She later died and he Married Mrs. Mary _______
so had more step children.
I have two old letters and newer letters confirming his last name when born was Firestone.
I have no pictures of William and wish I did. I am a dna match with descendants of William's Firestone brothers.
If anyone has personal knowledge of William I would love to hear from them.
Katherinebel@msn.com Katherine Marie Long Bell.
|Lorri French||RE: landon osborn 1866-1932|
Thank you ! My father in law will appreciate this too
God Bless you
|JMW||RE: a 2nd rr category|
thanks for the Help Tom, I find it all very interesting...Mike
Added by JMW on May 12, 2017 11:55 AM
|JMW||RE: rr police|
Hey, thanks, great stories with the Badge totting men...Mike
Added by JMW on May 12, 2017 2:12 AM
|sniksnak||RE: k9 brunie d. 2014|
Thanks for letting me know, Tom. Have him on my page.
Added by sniksnak on May 09, 2017 5:26 AM
|lawrence hill||Francis Erwin/Benton Missouri|
Hello Tom, Thank you not only the picture of the
tombstone but also the maintaining it for 15 years.
Francis Erwin married Jane Jordan in Virginia. They had 8 children. William was I think the oldest. They lived in Indiana , when she died
Francis Erwin and the children moved to Hickory county Missouri. Francis as you see died in Warsaw
Missouri. William the oldest son , took his
siblings to Denton county Texas in 1870 The youngest
sibling of William had married , he died and his
wife went to Texas as well. Barbara in Texas
|JMW||Asian and Irish railroaders|
have always thought they all need to be remembered. you sure did a great job finding the grave sites for the Asian and Jap workers. Really enjoyed reading and knowing where they are buried. I have a book (Empire Express) telling a great story of the heroism and heartbreak of these workers. A lot of Americans have not a clue as how this Great nation was build. thanks Mike
Added by JMW on May 04, 2017 9:58 AM
|JMW||RE: tashici watanabe d. 1913|
Very very interesting, thanks for giving me a heads up on this...Always wondered where a lot of those workers were buried. There were thousands of ones from China also who worked for the SP and many of them died or was killed....thanks again, Mike
Added by JMW on May 04, 2017 2:37 AM
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