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Buddy (#46780477)
 member for 9 years, 11 months, 7 days
M. Brownson
Daniel A Fisher
Hi Buddy,

May I post the Fisher family photos in Memorial #53114388? I always give full credit for pictures. Thank you.

Mariann Brownson

Added by M. Brownson on Jan 24, 2015 12:48 PM

Laurie Fuglvog
Henry Hutton and Nancy Wilt Hutton
Thank you again for taking the photos of Henry Hutton and his wife Nancy Wilt Hutton. They are my 4th great grand parents. I have never been there. Interesting Henry's stone tipped over by the tree.

Added by Laurie Fuglvog on Sep 21, 2011 8:52 PM

Laurie Fuglvog
Photo of Grave of Henry Hutton
Thank you so much for photographing the grave of my ancestor, Henry Hutton!

Added by Laurie Fuglvog on Sep 21, 2011 8:14 PM

Judy Strid Taylor
Nancy, Henry & George Hutton
You made my day. My Grandparent's stone; Wow. I have searched for them for year's. Seeing the headstone's is wonderful. Your name is attached to the photo's on my tree as the photographer so you get the credit.
Thank you so much. I can't tell you what this means to me.
You have a great day.
Judy

Added by Judy Strid Taylor on Sep 21, 2011 7:45 AM

Nannette Huffman
Thank You
Thank you for getting the photo of Nancy McClure Adkins and posting it on F.A.G.

Sincerely,
Nan Huffman

Added by Nannette Huffman on Sep 21, 2011 7:18 AM

Mary Harrell-Sesniak
Nancy Stevens
Thank you very much for adding the photos!

Added by Mary Harrell-Sesniak on Jun 06, 2011 1:29 PM

coco
CLARK BENSON
Thank you Buddy for the photo

Added by coco on May 22, 2011 5:16 PM

Kristina Jean
Sherod Franklin's Grave
Dear Buddy,
Thank you so very much for taking the time to visit the Cherry Grove Cemetery in Randolph county, IN and to photograph my 4th great-grandfather's headstone. This means so much to me. I live in California and have only visited Indiana once. I will try to make another visit within the next year or so. But, until then, you have given me something very precious. Thank you, again for your volunteer efforts.
Sincerely,
Kristina Newcomer

Added by Kristina Jean on May 21, 2011 4:13 PM

TallulahM
Fisher Marker
I want to thank you so very much for getting the photo of my great x5 grandfather Daniel Fisher's grave marker. I appreciate it more than you could know.

Added by TallulahM on Apr 14, 2011 6:56 PM

Beverley
Beard in Quaker Lynn Cemetery
Thank you for collecting the grave pics for Benjamin and Caroline (Hodgins) Beard. They are perfect. You have added a piece to my genealogy research. Thank you again.
Beverley

Added by Beverley on Apr 13, 2011 12:30 PM

Dave Jenkins
Micajah Weesner
Thank you for the image, but this is Michael Weesner not Micajah. I did go ahead and add Michael to the cemetery and used your photo. The name has been spelled Weisner and Weesner both over the years. I usually end up using the spelling on the headstone.

Is there anyway to remove Michaels headstone from Micajah's memorial?

I know from the Spiceland Friend's website that there are over 200 unmarked graves of 575 total. Micajah's maybe one of those. Many early Friends made it a practice to not use the traditional gravestone to mark their graves. Wooden markers, sometimes nothing at all, or simple fieldstones were used.

Again thank you!

Added by Dave Jenkins on Apr 12, 2011 7:23 PM

Shmilybrandon
Hinchman
I see you added a memorial for a Hinchman at Dale Cemetery. I'm currently working on researching the Hinchman name and was wondering if you happen to know who Billy's parents are? I know there are a lot of Hinchman's buried in Fayette County just trying to figure out what cemetery they are in so I can get them added on F.A.G. Any help you could provide, I would greatly appreciate.

Added by Shmilybrandon on Oct 22, 2009 11:55 AM

ROB HUGHES
ely
i met you sunday at richland. thanks again for helping us. i calledthe caretaker. he never returned my call. so i just unclaimed the photos and emailed the lady and told her that the markers are no longer there. there no point in beating a dead horse. there not there nothing we can do about it.. rob hughes

Added by ROB HUGHES on Mar 24, 2009 5:22 PM

 
 

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