|Stephen Barneby (#47157980)|
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I have been working on my family genealogy since I was in grade school. It's a fascinating hobby that really gets its hooks into you.|
I am retired from both the Army and the Diplomatic Service. My wife and I split our time between homes in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania and Jarbidge, Nevada.
I have made a project of cataloging persons who lived in the gold mining town of Jarbidge, Nevada. Gold was first discovered there in 1909, and it became a fair-sized town until the mining petered out around 1941. Today it boasts a tiny year-round population, which swells considerably in the summer. If you have friends or relatives who lived there, I'd like to know about them. Pictures of people and of Jarbidge are always welcome.
Please feel free to use any information, including photos, that I have posted on Findagrave.
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|Judy Lu||RE: Volunteer Spirit|
Well thank you so much Stephen. I enjoy doing this for people to find. And do not mind one bit to transfer a memorial to family or friends. And I want to thank you for your service to our country.
Take Care, Judy
Added by Judy Lu on May 20, 2017 12:31 PM
|Janet Glaspie||RE: Elizabeth Alkire|
Unbeknownst to me, my husband located the correct Elizabeth, so I have posted that photo. (Sorry for the mixup.)
Is Robert Porter Alkire related? I guess they might be, due to the proximity of their gravesites. I posted the joint photo. If there is no connection, I would be happy to delete the photo which implies one.
|Janet Glaspie||Elizabeth Alkire|
You had entered a photo request for Elizabeth Alkire (b. 1851, d. 1926) from the Mount Gilboa Cemetery in Fowler, Indiana. I posted the wrong photo in response to your request and subsequently deleted the photo. I am emailing you to ask if you would kindly post your request again so that we or someone else might fulfill your photo request at a future date. Thank you, and I apologize for the error.
|Janet Marie||RE: George Jones|
You're welcome. Sorry I didn't find a marker for you.
|Michael Hague||RE: Wlliam Harrison Port (#132325617)|
Steve, Memorial Deleted. Thanks... Michael
|CJ Jackson||Dewitt Clark at Greenwood Memorial Park|
"Dee" does not have a marker, or it is below ground. The Office told me who was buried next to her, so I could put my flowers on the correct grave space. These people are all cremains, with small markers. Click on the photo I uploaded to see the Plot location.
|Trevor Meade||Andrew Anderson Photo Request|
In regards to the Photo of Anderson from Jarbidge. Absolutely. Use away. Good luck with your project.
|Tara Finnie Curley||RE: George Crippen|
You're welcome. You may use the picture.
|Mazz||Dermody - Neloa, IA|
The note on your photo request does seem to be correct, John Dermody who died in 1958 is on the internment list for Neola/St. Patrick's Cemetery as can be found here:
But his grave location is section Z which isn't on the cemetery map. I'm not sure what that means, that maybe he doesn't have a headstone?
There area some photo on the above website, it's possible his name may be on the stone of another family member.
Just thought I'd pass along the info.
Added by Mazz on Mar 21, 2017 8:31 AM
|Thomas Odell||Perkins cabin.|
Thanks for the maps and info. of Perkins cabin. Both very interesting. I'm getting quite a collection of info. on him. Wish I could have met him, but it was before my time.
Putting in my Bio., but still don't have a decent pix. Will have to go through my files. Most of my pictures were taken at Hughes Aircraft when I was working there. That was a long time ago though, since I retired in 1985.
Thanks again, Tom
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