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HJ (#46937296)
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Bio Photo 1. SEND SOURCE INFO!!! When sending info for inclusion on memorials I have entered, please include your source (where you found it, or how you know it). This is important. If I think the info is questionable, I might not add it, or will note who sent it to me. I decline to perpetuate errata and will NOT post anything from an unreliable source.

2. MANNERS COUNT. I appreciate POLITE requests and corrections. If you don't know how to use the words, "please," and "thank you," or can't be bothered, then please don't bother at all. If you send extremely rude, or threatening messages, no matter how subtle, I will forward them to the Find A Grave administrators, without exception.

3. I TRANSFER. Aside from my own family, and close friends, I do not hoard memorials. POLITE requests for your family and friends will all be considered individually. If I am even remotely related, I will not transfer. I will keep my friends, unless your relationship is significantly closer. If you are prone to entering sloppy memorials with incorrect info, I will think twice about a transfer.

4. YOUR PHOTOS: Please don't add bad photos to memorials I have entered, i.e. photos where you can be seen reflected in the stone, your car is in the background, the stone is covered in bird poop, or leaves, or dirt, your dog, or kid can be seen, or photos taken at a carelessly crooked angle, or ones with more "white space," than gravestone (NO need to crop ALL the white space out, and photos of entire family plots are the exception). Please do not add photographs of new graves in their entirety, with no grass growing on the freshly up-turned dirt. Please do not add photos of the temporary plastic grave markers placed by the funeral home, or photos of the gravestone, prior to inscribing of the DOD for new burials--if you do, please anticipate that I will request a removal when a photo of a fully inscribed gravestone has been posted. I spend a lot of time to make attractive, respectful memorials. Your help with that is appreciated.

Note: If the persons grave has no marker, please at least add a photo of the area where the grave is located.

5. MY PHOTOS, those of gravestones and cemeteries, may be used without my permission, EXCEPT on, or any site which requires an exchange of money. There is no need to give me credit and in fact, I would prefer that you don't. However, please do not post one of my original photos to a Find A Grave memorial yourself. Politely make a request and I will gladly add, if appropriate.

6. CAUSES OF DEATH are a matter of public record. If you are related to an individual who has a cause of death posted in their memorial, and you are disturbed by the posting of that cause, I will remove it, upon polite request.

7. I VOLUNTEER. As another member has noted on their profile, I'm not getting paid to do this. Nope, not a penny. I sometimes get behind in doing corrections, updates, etc. Your patience is appreciated. Please remember that edits take time, no one is entitled to my time, and demands are wholly unappreciated (please refer to point #2 above). If you can't wait, you may send the edit request to Find A Grave.

8. LIVING PEOPLE: Please don't add memorials for them, especially, if you haven't yet entered a memorial for YOURSELF. Not only is it against policy, but it's just a horrendous thing to do to someone, without their consent.

9. LIVE & LET LIVE. I am all for receiving and sending updates, corrections, etc. I appreciate notification when I have added a duplicate and will notify others of duplicates. Beyond that, I do not consider myself to be on the Find A Grave police squad, and neither should you. Please allow me to tend to the memorials I have entered. If I add something you don't like to a memorial you have entered, or to that of a family member's, please point it out to me POLITELY. Vague references to Find A Grave policies are not helpful in specific instances--I have entered hundreds of memorials and manage hundreds more. Above all, please remember that Find A Grave IS NOT REAL. The internet is NOT TANGIBLE. What does that mean? In the grand scheme of life, this is small stuff and could go "poof" in an instant.

10. To those who are all about the numbers: THERE IS NO END TO DEAD PEOPLE. Just because I might enter a memorial you wanted to enter, doesn't mean you can't enter one for someone else. There are plenty for all.


In Honor of Our Fallen Brave . . .

In Flanders Fields, 1919, by John McCrae

In Flanders fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on row,
That mark our place; and in the sky
The larks, still bravely singing, fly
Scarce heard amid the guns below.

We are the Dead. Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Loved and were loved, and now we lie,
In Flanders fields.

Take up our quarrel with the foe:
To you from failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.


THANK YOU to everyone who sends info and corrections for memorials I have entered. Time does not permit me to thank everyone for each individual contribution, but please know that they are appreciated!

In case I have missed anyone, THANK YOU to the PHOTO VOLUNTEERS who have fulfilled my requests--much appreciated!

MANY THANKS to those MEMBERS who have entered memorials for members of my family and who have had the kindness to transfer them to me--you're the BEST!


PRIVATELY OWNED CEMETERIES & PHOTOGRAPHY Privately owned cemeteries may regulate the taking of photographs by persons physically within the boundaries of the cemetery property. Please refer to the laws of the relevant state. More discussion may be perused here: (Courtesy of Find A Grave Member Diehard, profile # 46809256)
Finally, when I die, please no one euphemistically assert that I have "passed." It sounds so impolite, as though a catastrophic gastric feux pas has occurred, and won't fool anyone into thinking I have done something other than dropping DEAD. Geesh, we all do it, so I don't think it is taboo to say it. Furthermore, I shall haunt anyone designating my date of death as an "angel day," or similar nonsense. How presumptuous it would be for anyone, except God, to make such an assumption.

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Katharine P. Pyott
Lucie Hall Parr
I really appreciate your work in trying to keep track of various relatives! I am currently trying to link my grandmother Lucie (Memorial #109804352) with her parents; have found the memorial for her mother, Alzira Howse Hall (Memorial# 109802561), but have made an exhaustive search for burial info for her father, Horace Hall, who was born 20 Feb 1811 in Springfield, Windsor, VT and died 20 Feb 1860 in Clermont County, Ohio, just a couple of months before Lucie was born, and am beginning to think that, like several of our other relatives, he might have had his ashes scattered somewhere, probably over Clermont Co., Ohio. So we know who he was, but are not likely to have a memorial for him.
As you can see in Lucie's memorial, she and her husband, Samuel Wilson Parr (Memorial#86412572), were buried at Mt. Hope in Champaign, IL. She also had 4 sisters and a brother; her sisters Harriet G. Hall (Memorial# 109801614) and Abbey Hall (Memorial# 134996131) are both buried at Mt. Hope, as is their mother, Alzira Arvilla Howse/House Hall, but apparently the rest moved out of the area and are buried elsewhere.
Added by Katharine P. Pyott on Feb 18, 2017 3:42 PM
Barbara Carvajal
I just want to thank you for the work you do. I just discovered this site when I was looking at the Findley Genealogy book my grandmother published years ago and I looked up Crooked Creek Cemetary in New Concord, Ohio. John Findley was my 4th great grandfather and is buried there as well as his father, David Findley and several others. You cite my grandmother's genealogy book several places. Her name was Mrs. Robert A. Hughes. I love the pictures of the gravestones.
Added by Barbara Carvajal on Feb 05, 2017 1:19 PM
David Onan II
RE: Mullins
Thanks for the long wait, if you are still interested I apologize. I did not know them well enough personally to make a fair judgement. The names sound familiar but that is all I can say.
Dave Onan
Added by David Onan II on Feb 02, 2017 4:26 PM
Children of JG & NL Dunlavy
Thank you for this wonderful memorial for James Garrell Dunlavy. I think I have a slight correction. I believe James Dunlavy and Nancy Laughlin had 8 children, not 7. The 7 you list are correct, but the oldest was Mary Elizabeth, born Dec. 27, 1830, died March 3, 1895. She is my 2-gr. grandmother. I first found her in a book on Google Books, which is no longer there. It is a small book, "Six Generations of the Dunlevy Family", compiled by Lucy Dunlevy Keneagy, the youngest child of James and Nancy. It's only 55 pages, but has pictures, copies of letters, and other wonderful information about the family. Page 43 lists the children of James and Nancy, and you can find it at:
I now own an original copy of the book, and would be happy to share more.
Added by Anonymous on Jan 18, 2017 9:10 AM
Bobbie Joe
Cyrus Sanders
You're welcome! I have been researching the family and have add'l information, if you are interested and/or related.
Added by Bobbie Joe on Dec 16, 2016 3:26 PM
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LOVE your bio photo! Really gave me a hoot.
Added by Mrstinylady on Dec 12, 2016 12:34 PM
Richard Weide
RE: Sarah Irwin
Hi - I'm assuming you mean Sarah "Sallie" LeFever (or LaFever) who married John Irwin.

The name Martha Sarah LeFever comes from the Williams-Irwin family tree on, and 2 others.

Other family trees have it just as Sarah "Sallie". The only place her name appears in print (Pennsylvania - Sons of the American Revolution) she is only shown as "Sallie", with maiden name spelled as LeFever (not LaFever).

Just ignore my edit to add her first name as Martha, since the only sources are from Family Trees. (Although the Irwin family must have some info to list her name as Martha Sarah).

Note that her maiden name is spelled LeFever (not LaFever) in the Pennsylvania Sons of the American Revolution list.

Tnx - Richard
Added by Richard Weide on Dec 07, 2016 11:16 PM
Adam Shipp
RE: Jack Chistianson and Stephanie Ann Lomedico
I am sorry for not clarifying that in the first message. Thanks
Added by Adam Shipp on Nov 30, 2016 3:20 PM
Adam Shipp
RE: Jack Chistianson and Stephanie Ann Lomedico
Hello, yes Stephanie is buried in Greenwood as well. Thank you. Adam
Added by Adam Shipp on Nov 30, 2016 12:59 PM
Adam Shipp
Jack Chistianson and Stephanie Ann Lomedico
Hello, just letting you know: I am a family Friend of Jack's and I know he is buried in Greenwood Cemetery. Also Stephanie is as well I have attached a photo with her memorial you have created. Any other questions you have just let me know. I have worked for this cemetery/ Village of Bureau the last 18 years my email is- thank you Adam
Added by Adam Shipp on Nov 29, 2016 5:21 PM
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