|Robert Taylor (#47630224)|
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I started my family tree in Ancestry.Com in 2010 when my father passed away at age 83. The documents and pictures we found in my grandmother's trunk started my quest to "find out more about our family history". When I take pictures of grave sites for other Find A Grave members you may use those pictures as you wish. These pictures belong to the families of the deceased. If I am not related to the person in a memorial I originated and you are related and want to manage the memorial send me a message. It is not my intention to accumulate memorials, they belong to the families of the deceased also. If it turns out we are distantly related that's great also. |
My own genealogical searches are:
Oliver (Oliveria), O'Neil
Johnson, Dalton, Routh, Sneed (Orange, Lawrence and Washington Counties, Indiana)
On my wifes side:
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|BobH||Robert Kramer #153447785|
Hi Robert; I noticed that the photos which you posted to Robert D. Kramer #153447785 belong to his son, Robert M. Kramer #167983832 rather than Robert D. I was wondering if you might delete them from Robert D. and re-post them to Robert M., also in Mount Hope cemetery.
Added by BobH on Apr 12, 2017 9:52 AM
|Bobbi Keefe Rollins Johnson||Wallace Family pics|
Robert, thanks so much for the wonderful photos of my Wallace family gravesites at Mt. Hope Cemetery in Elgin, IL. You really did a fine job, and I truly appreciate your dedication!
Thanks for the help with the Marden memorial. That was a strange one!
There are Routh family members in the area who love history. Just ask for help at the The Lawrence County Museum of History.
It is wonderful that you found some Johnson relatives. If they came from southern Sweden, this Swedish database has help me to locate whole families and birth and death records. Click on the British flag for English translations.
|Marlene Chaney||RE: Alice McLean|
Thank you, Robert, for going the extra mile to find out about Alice.
He is buried next to his wife Jean Marilyn Damisch. She has a stone, but only his birthdate is on it. Check out her stone.
Added by LouiseD on Aug 23, 2016 5:30 PM
|Lynzi Coffey||Mary O'Brien|
Thank you for taking time to take a picture of Mary O'Brien's headstone. Great picture!
He is most likely listed by his burial date when he was brought back from overseas in 1949. Please try again.
Added by ShaneO on Aug 10, 2016 8:34 PM
Robert - Thank you for searching for my cousin's headstone. I am saddened but no surprised that no stone exists. It's a shame. Thank you for all of your efforts on the behalf of others. Brian
Added by Bismarck on Aug 10, 2016 8:03 PM
|Mark McClain||lfred E Klinger|
Thanks for getting me his gravestone. I very much appreciate it.
|Sharon Fulton||Patricia Cerasa|
Thank you very much for filling this request! I really appreciate it!
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