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|Theron Rogers (#46889755)|
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Retired, originally from Broome County, New York, now living in Hall County, Ga. I have been working on my genealogy for over 30 years.|
Please contact me with questions or requests by using the Edit, SAC process on each memorial or by email including the memorial number in question. All requests and transfers must be made according to FindAGrave guidelines.
Please do not ask for a transfer just because someone is in your family tree. FindAGrave is a website to register grave locations not to build family trees. The parent company Ancestry.com is a great website to build family trees. I also follow the FindAGrave guidelines concerning adding obituaries to memorials.
Currently photographing headstones in upstate New York, Pennsylvania and Georgia and adding people and photos to the database. Almost all of my memorials are created after visiting the cemetery, photographing the headstones and uploading the information and photos.
Please do not use my photos from FindAGrave on other sites without my permission. My photos will be removed if not needed or wanted. Just send me a note with the memorial number...
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44,055 Memorials Added
43,980 Memorials Managed
42 Photo Requests
970 Volunteer Photos Taken
55 Virtual Flowers
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Mercy was not his wife Martha Sias was
Mercy was the wife of James Sias.
Added by Dale on Oct 17, 2017 12:21 PM
|Ms.Nana||RE: Emma C. Gober|
Very interesting story and thanks for sharing. Emma C.Gober was meant to be remembered after all. I'm glad your instinct decided to take that second stroll around. I'll check out Maggie White's memorial now. Thanks again and have a good weekend. Sincerely,Ms Nana
Added by Ms.Nana on Oct 14, 2017 12:18 PM
|Ms.Nana||Emma Gober photo request|
Hi Theron,thank you so much for fulfilling yet another "difficult to find" headstone of my ancestors. I am amazed how you can hunt certain headstones down and some are a mystery by no writing or inillegible writing on stones. Definitely a talent! I know it is no easy task and I deeply appreciate your hard work and time. Great photo too! Thanks again,Sincerely,Ms Nana
Added by Ms.Nana on Oct 14, 2017 7:43 AM
|Pat (McElwain) Cox||Hannah Coltrane Freeland #115656602|
Thank you for trying to find the memorial for Hannah Freeland. It was a long shot to find a readable headstone from 1852.
|Gintama||RE: Allie S Brock|
Thank you for the information!! It was needed to add to my family tree since I have connections in it with her.
Added by Gintama on Oct 11, 2017 7:09 AM
|Gail and Scott Hannah||photos|
|Nancy P||FAG Teasley Photos|
Thank you so very much for posting Teasley photos. I made the request on behalf of a Teasley family member and will advise her that you have graciously added the cemetery photos.
Added by Nancy P on Sep 30, 2017 7:12 PM
|Heattown||Ida and Shelton Beard|
Thank-you in your attempt to find Ida and Shelton Beard's gravestone. Our family now realizes that the graves are unmarked. You have brought joy to our family with all of your assistance. Gratitude.
Added by Heattown on Sep 30, 2017 3:45 PM
|Scherrie Adams-Ambré||Dr Marshall|
Thank you for your efforts in trying to fulfill my photo request for her. I have taken your suggestion.
|SJ Hearn||RE: M. D. BEECH|
I've just added to one of your memorial pages a photograph, taken in the early 1940's, of Miles Drysdale Beech; Miles gave it to my mother. In the picture he's wearing the uniform of the Royal Canadian Air Force in which he was serving at the time. If you do not wish to have this photograph on your memorial page (Find A Grave Memorial# 143545363), let me know and I shall remove it. Thank you.
Added by SJ Hearn on Sep 27, 2017 6:51 PM
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