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John Panhorst (#47173320)
 member for 4 years, 10 months, 15 days
Becky Ramsey
Findagrave Photographs
John, thank you for all your contributions to the Findagrave website. I would like permission to use your photographs of my relatives' gravesites in my Family Tree files. I use the photos as source media and will gladly give you credit.

Added by Becky Ramsey on Jun 30, 2014 1:11 PM

B L Stanford
photo of Pamelia Tellulah Morris' stone (38441182)
Thanks very much for the photo. I appreciate your time in taking and posting it. Barbara

Added by B L Stanford on Jun 25, 2014 1:34 PM

Janet T
RE: Clouds Cemetery, Lexington County, SC
Hi John. Sorry but the pics I took are the only stones there. There are no other markers or stones of any kind. Only the 2 markers. One for Butler and son. The current landowner's grandmother was a DAR member and had the other stone put there. It started out as a request for Capt Sterling Turner. After quite a bit of research this is all I found. If you still need help let me know. Janet

Added by Janet T on Jun 24, 2014 7:48 PM

Ed Elstan
Kenneth Hamm
Thanks for the pictures, but I was looking for military headstone, must not have sent it yet...Ed

Added by Ed Elstan on Jun 21, 2014 7:12 PM

Charlotte Ann Price
Find A Grave Memorial# 11328732
J W F McNeary
Thanks so much for the headstone. It turned out great.
Charlotte Ann Price

Added by Charlotte Ann Price on Jun 20, 2014 7:53 PM

RE: Travis park cemetery
Thank you very much for the use of the photos it is appreciated

Added by Shirley on Jun 08, 2014 5:54 AM

Travis park cemetery
I would like to ask your permission to use the headstone photos for the Harmans on Ancestry site. I would give you credit for the photo

Thank you

Added by Shirley on Jun 05, 2014 4:00 PM

A. Muse
RE: Kibler Cemetery
Oh no, that sounds truly horrendous. I thought the one I photographed a few months ago was in bad shape, but it doesn't hold a candle to what you described.

When I photographed that cemetery, I took "before & after" type photos - before & after I cleared away whatever was hiding the marker. Many were toppled over & buried under mud & brush. I also took photos from a distance to show the overall condition of the graveyard & uploaded them as cemetery photos on the Find A Grave page for the cemetery.

My cousin and I are researching how we might be able to restore it. That cemetery is located in the middle of farmed land & landlocked as well. According to the deed, when the surrounding land was transferred about an acre & a right-of-way were reserved for the cemetery. However, cemetery itself is only a quarter of an acre & whoever leases the land plants on the remaining three quarters and all the way up to within probably 10-15 feet of the monuments. Plus, there are crops planted in that field almost year round.

Before we knew about the deed, my cousin contacted the land owner about us gaining access to cemetery. He verified that he leased the land to someone else for planting. He was opposed to an easement, but said he had no problem with us crossing his property to access the cemetery - as long as we didn't disturb the crops. [I'm rolling my eyes.]

Maybe there is an organization in South Carolina interesting in the restoration of cemetery like the Kibler cemetery. Hmmm...

Added by A. Muse on Jun 04, 2014 4:16 PM

Mike Shumpert
RE: Long Family Cemetery

I don't know how I missed this note until now, and I apologize. It appears there is only one photo request outstanding, and I doubt it can be fulfilled. Elizabeth Catherine Stairley Long is said to be buried next to her husband, George Long. But the cemetery book, 'Our Saluda County Ancestors, Vol III' does not list her (although they do mention more unmarked, field stone graves), so her stone may have long ago become unreadable.


BTW, my email is still

Added by Mike Shumpert on Apr 13, 2014 11:01 AM

Joseph Marshall Freeland
Thank you so much for his photo and his mother's! I still envy you the weather there.:)
graveangel (in Pennsylvania)

Added by graveangel on Mar 12, 2014 1:31 PM

Maureen Machan
Cornelius Workman
Regarding Cornelius Floyd Workman, he is the son of James Workman and Edna Floyd Workman and husband of Sarah Elizabeth Lewis Workman. Born about 1818 in Floyd, Newberry Co., S.C. I have identified 6 children at the present time. I am working the Workman line for a friend. If I can be of further assistance please contact me at my email address:

Maureen Machan

Added by Maureen Machan on Feb 06, 2014 11:33 AM

Ray Bobo
Merchant-Suddath Cemetery
Thank you for photographing all the graves in this cemetery and posting them to Find A Grave. You are a real trooper and a blessing to the descendents of these people.

Added by Ray Bobo on Feb 05, 2014 8:09 AM

Theophilus and Luther Bryan Dean
Merry Christmas, again and thank you so much for the wonderful photos in Trinity Lutheran Cemetery.

You really get around and I really appreciate it. You make me happy.

Best wishes

Added by Janet on Dec 23, 2013 8:17 PM

Nancy BERRY Duffie 58610617
Thank you so much for the wonderful photos in Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery. You make me happy.

You photo volunteers give us Christmas gifts all year long.

Merry Christmas

Added by Janet on Dec 22, 2013 10:37 PM

Ray Bobo
Benjaman Edwards
Thank you so very much for taking this photo and the cemetery photo. I saw this cemetery only from a distance a year or so ago while visiting the area. Don't know when I would have ever returned to photograph it myself. Thanks so very much!

Added by Ray Bobo on Dec 22, 2013 6:48 AM

Thank you so much for taking a picture of Nannie Sadie Merchant's gravesite for me.

Added by Wise on Dec 21, 2013 1:25 PM

Julia Ann Goff Temples
It actually is Temple, not Temples.
My great-grandmother was Nettie Corley. She was married to William Jasper Busbee and they are buried in Batesburg, SC near where I grew up. I was surprised to find out that her Corley family was from Edgefield, where my mom, a Holmes, grew up.:)The Corleys were farmers in Saluda County, which apparently used to be Edgefield County.
thanks so much for your help; I miss South Carolina very much.

Added by graveangel on Dec 19, 2013 9:28 AM

Julia Ann Goff Temples
Thanks so much for the photograph! Here it is so snowy that I am jealous of your weather. (PA)

Added by graveangel on Dec 18, 2013 3:01 PM

Doolittle headstone
John Thank you for taking the time to take a photo of the Thomas and Doris Doolittle's headstone. I appreciate it. Thanks Elaine

Added by Lainey on Dec 12, 2013 3:27 PM

Infant Koon
Thanks for getting this photo for me and so quickly

Added by chmpjf on Dec 12, 2013 1:16 PM

RE: Updates
Hi John-

Thank you for getting back to me so quickly and connecting our family members. I truly appreciate it. I'm glad that my connection suggestions coincide with your db. That makes me feel better. I will definitely take a look at your db, thank you for the offer!

In regards to the connection of Marie Louise Chenier's husband, he was Mayor Bernard A. Pratte, Jr. (1803-1886) # 47456009.

Bernard A. Pratte (1826-1897) is the son of Mayor Bernard A. Pratte, Jr. and Marie Louise Chenier. You have it correct. All he needs is his father added to him.

Thank you again for all the connections.

Best Regards-

Added by SusanG on Nov 24, 2013 5:22 PM

Don Whiteley
George H Dominick
Thank you for the photo of George Dominick's headstone. I really appreciate it. Thank you for all you do for findagrave!

Added by Don Whiteley on Nov 03, 2013 6:56 AM

Robert C. Peurifoy
John Peurifoy Griffith
Thank you for this photo. I was beginning to think the man didn't exist. Only record I could find was his Citadel record. Now, if I could figure out how his middle name is my last name!

Added by Robert C. Peurifoy on Nov 01, 2013 10:38 PM

Rebecca Edenfield
Find a Grave
Thank you so much for the pics of the gravesites of John and Permelia Lake. I appreciate your time and dedication working on the findagrave site.

Added by Rebecca Edenfield on Oct 29, 2013 10:42 AM

Doug Cromer
Ridlehuber Family Cemetery

Thank you very much for all the extra work finding the headstones.

Are you interested in "finding" some other missing family cemeteries over the winter?

Doug Cromer

Added by Doug Cromer on Oct 19, 2013 1:49 PM


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