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Tom Laepple (#46999529)
 member for 6 years, 7 months, 6 days
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Michael Mathena
Musil
Thank you for posting the photo of the headstone.

Added by Michael Mathena on Jun 03, 2009 6:17 PM

EL
Adams photos in Lindale cem
Thanks for taking your time to photograph the three Adams headstones. Your contribution is greatly appreciated.

Added by EL on May 29, 2009 1:32 PM

EL
Adams photos in Lindale Cem

Added by EL on May 29, 2009 1:30 PM

M. Littlejohn
Littlejohn
The message I received about Matthew Littlejohn is a little unclear. Did you find him in a different cemetery? If so, please advise of the cemetery name and location so that I can move him. There are 3 other Littlejohn's listed in that cemetery, as well. Do they also need to be moved?

These are not my kin. I just collect all Littlejohn's...

"I will make a photo request for every LITTLEJOHN (and most of their relatives) found anywhere. Lemme know before posting so you can get the credit. Feel free to add me to your Find-A-Grave friends list so that you'll be able to find me if you come across any other LITTLEJOHN's in the future. If you have to create a new memorial, please consider transferring it to me so that I can easily edit it in the future. Thanks!" I also collect obituaries, any "official" type documents, and most other information.

Thanks and have a great weekend!

Added by M. Littlejohn on May 08, 2009 12:00 PM

Sarah Capps
Birthday tokens
Look at all the birthday blessings that are left for your dad =)

Added by Sarah Capps on Apr 14, 2009 8:35 AM

Sarah Capps
I added
the one photo of Ed and Jean to their memorials; hope you don't mind

Added by Sarah Capps on Nov 11, 2008 8:17 PM

Sarah Capps
I sent you an email
to the address you left, the msn one. Also, I hosted a couple pictures that I scanned (which I have all of those and the baby book wrapped; ready to mail). (one says Ed and Jean Laepple, the other I am not sure who it is). Links: http://i147.photobucket.com/albums/r301/sierradane/60SWEDN.jpg http://i147.photobucket.com/albums/r301/sierradane/LAEPPLE.jpg

Added by Sarah Capps on Nov 11, 2008 8:13 PM

Sarah Capps
Derek, not Derk
I left out the second E in that name.

Added by Sarah Capps on Nov 09, 2008 6:34 PM

Sarah Capps
I have a picture of Ed and Jean
I used to have a beauty shop in Joplin, Mo and my father, who was always going to auctions, went to one that was at a storage unit place. It was auctioning off things in units where the people had not paid their rent.

Some of the things that he got, which ended up in my beauty shop, was a baby book for a Robert Derk Edward Gamble: son of Bonnie Lynn Holzbach and Robert Neil Gamble.

In that box were also pictures of someone's wedding that looks like it took place in the 60's, and a wallet size photo of Ed and Jean Laepple; taken Nov 1985 (ages 65 and 63).

I've been trying to track down whoever this is, because I feel that this baby book should not be lost. And all those photos.

Are you related to them?

Sarah Capps Long

Added by Sarah Capps on Nov 09, 2008 6:33 PM

Jackie
Brauning/Roehr
Hello Tom,

I fulfilled you photo request for Brauning and Roehr at Fairlawn Cemetery. While I was taking the photos, I came across other Roehr buried by Charles Roehr Block 10, Lot 156.

Elizabeth Roehr 1851-1943 same headstone Robert Roehr 1841-1922.
H. E. Roehr July 2, 1870-May 1, 1917 single stone. H.E. is buried to the left of Elizabeth and Robert Roehr.
Buried to the right of Elizabeth and Robert Roehr; a children's headstone with Eldred J 1906 only one date for him. On the same headstone Esther J. Roehr 1906-1907. Asleep in Jesus engraved on the stone.
Buried next to Charles Roehr is Louise Roehr 1879-1944 single headstone.


Roehr/Borah engraved on large headstone. Buried with Richard in Lot 78 Block 13 and engraved at the base of the headstone are: Daughter's of Richard and Sophia: Lucille 1907-1995 and Frances February-June 1906.

On the other side of the Roehr's headstone are: Borah Roehr and Brill engraved. At the base of the headstone are:
Husband Kenneth W. 1907-2003.
Wife Evelyn E. 1909-no date of death.
Husband Ralph A. 1901-1981. Mason emblem next to his name.

Jackie

Added by Jackie on Aug 05, 2008 6:20 PM

Robynne
Holt Cemetery
Hi Tom,
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you so much! I am so grateful for the photos of my Ogburn and Hyer relatives. I never dreamed I would see them!

I appreciate your time and efforts on my behalf!

Added by Robynne on Jul 29, 2008 8:48 PM

natalie stewart
joseph mcwhorter
Thanks so much for the picture of joseph mcwhorter headstone. I can't thank you enough.
Natalei

Added by natalie stewart on Jun 15, 2008 6:44 PM

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