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Pat & Larry (#47240158)
 member for 4 years, 9 months, 17 days
William Malone`
Mathias Weber
Thanks for the photo, I have been there several times myself. How are you related to Mathias? He is my Great Great Grandfather. We have Weber reunions at the church there every few years. Would love to have you join us if you aren't already coming.
Bill Malone

Added by William Malone` on Jul 21, 2013 8:10 PM

Kathy Lindley
Glenn Family Oak Lawn Cemetery
Thank you very much for taking the time, pictures of Marvin, Pearl, Melvin, Lelia, and Raymond Glenn's headstones, posting them and everything you do for Find A Grave. It is really appreciated! Thank You Again! Kathy

Added by Kathy Lindley on Jul 12, 2013 7:55 AM

James L. Keneipp
Thank you for taking the photo of the headstone of my relative James Lowell Keneipp. I greatly appreciate your kindness.

Added by familysearcher on Jul 09, 2013 2:54 PM

Lois Branch
John William Kuykendall
Thank you for taking the time to photograph John's tombstone for me. I appreciate your kindness.

Added by Lois Branch on Jul 05, 2013 8:40 AM

Jo Ann Ellis
Geo.R William
Thank you every so much for your getting the picture of the headstone for me and other family members/ the work you do is greatly appreciated !!

Jo Ann Ellis grt neice of Laura Garten Williams

Added by Jo Ann Ellis on Jul 04, 2013 5:11 PM

Emma Caldwell
Thank you for your help. A great way to celebrate the 4th of July.

Added by JRPMS on Jul 04, 2013 4:05 AM

Corrie Cemetery question
I am puzzled by the photo of James M Corrie
and wife Joanna. Years ago I took a photo of this stone; it was massive. In your photo, it appears to be standing on its head so to speak. Had it broken free of its base when you saw it?

Added by Anonymous on Apr 14, 2013 12:42 PM

Ronald E. Higginbotham
Elihew Crouch's gravestone
May I use your picture of Elihew Crouch's gravestone in my family tree? Elihew/Elihu was my 2nd great-grandfather.

Added by Ronald E. Higginbotham on Mar 08, 2013 9:30 AM

Family Historian
Clella Gibson

I noticed you are from Lawrence County. I was wandering if you would be interested in alittle photography work on my behave. I am looking for Clella Gibson. It shows her and her husband, Troyd Gibson are buried in the Lawrenceville City Cemetery in Section G. If you are in the area and wouldn't mind to do so I would truly appreciate it!
Thank you!!

Added by Family Historian on Dec 05, 2012 12:49 PM

There are two records for John Godfrey MABUS/MOEBUS in Jordan Creek Cemetery. Your record was the 2nd one to be created but does contain a picture of the the Marker and spelling of the surname agrees with that on the marker. Please work with creator of the earlier marker (Sbird) to delete/correct this duplication.

The same situation exists for Wilhelmina MABUS/MOEBUS in this cemetery.

Confusion may be due to their infant son's marker having J G MABUS on the marker.

Added by Hope2Help on Jun 25, 2012 6:54 PM

Jayne Wright-Allison
William Brothers (Bell Cemetery) Lawrence Co., IL
William Brothers is a brother to Joshua R. Brothers who is also buried in the Bell Cememtery. They are my 2nd Great Grand Uncles. I would like to have William's site. I have a great deal of information on William and his family. if you do not wish to turn it over...please let me know and I will send it to you. Their brother Benjamin Brothers was my 2nd Great Grandfather.


Jayne Wright-Allison
Puxico, MO

Added by Jayne Wright-Allison on Apr 10, 2012 8:56 PM

Montrachets Mom
thank you
I appreciate seeing my great, great grandfathers headstone, James L. Tieman. It means the world to me.

Added by Montrachets Mom on Jan 03, 2012 2:56 PM

Requesting permission
Do you have any objection to my posting the photos you have of headstones in my family tree - with citing that you took the picture of course.

I very much appreciate your work and effort

Donna Karasek nee Conk

Added by DigitalEye on Dec 24, 2011 1:35 PM

Laura Ethridge
Ely Cemetery
I noticed that you had posted photos from Ely cemetery in Edwards County, IL. I am a descendant of the Ely's that are buried there and I am interested in making other family connections. Are you part of this family too or did you just take the photos for someone else? Would love to meet some of my long lost cousins!

Added by Laura Ethridge on Sep 07, 2011 10:01 AM

west village
Thank you so very much for posting the pictures of the Ahlfield headstones in the West Village Cemetery in Albion. My husband and I have recently embarked on the geneology trail and both have numberous relatives in Edwards county. We live about 3 hours away so finding these pictures will make our next trip much more fruitful. Thanks again!

Added by DAhlfield on Aug 22, 2011 8:03 PM

Phil & Beth Hutson
Prout, Anna
you wrote on her gravestone the following

This stone was in bad shape. It was broken off and laying with dirt covering it. We proped it up and brushed it off the best we could. The date on momorial does match what on the stone.

The grave memorial #33160049 when you get back to Moffett Cemetery could you get me the date on the stone. e-mail me the info. my email address in on the memorial page which is maintained by me
Phil Hutson

Added by Phil & Beth Hutson on Apr 16, 2011 9:39 PM

genia Niswender berry
Hall Pictures
Pat and Larry,
Thank you so much for the great pictures of Clarence and Katie Hall headstone. I have been looking for Clarence's fathers place of burial David M. Hall b. 1848 and died between 1900 and 1910 in Lawrence county for several years. Do you know who I would get ahold of to find out if he is buried in the Oak Lawn Cemetery also? Thank you again for your time. Genia

Added by genia Niswender berry on Apr 10, 2011 7:40 PM

Lady In Black
Lawrence County
I noticed you live in Lawrence County so was wondering if you are interested in any transfers of entries for Lawrence County. I am supervising some for another person who has given them up. Let me know please.

Added by Lady In Black on Jan 29, 2011 8:28 AM

Genealogy Forever
Thank you both
Thank you both so very much for the marvelous, gracious, endeavors you do. It is the valiant spirits as yourselves that assist us so bountifully.
Wishing you many of Heavenly Father wonderful blessings always.

Added by Genealogy Forever on Jan 22, 2011 11:40 AM

S. McCoskey
Many Thanks
You did a great job. Never to cold to take a photo. Thanks again

Sydne -- 2 degrees in Denver 6am

Added by S. McCoskey on Jan 11, 2011 6:45 AM

Leaton Clark
Frank & Carrie Stone Photo, Mt. Carmel
Thanks for your time and effort in getting the photo posted to Find A Grave.

Leaton Clark
Austin, TX

Added by Leaton Clark on Nov 10, 2010 8:34 PM

Linda Roberts
Thank you very much for the photo of Harold & Gwendolyn Camp's tombstone.

Did you happen to run across the one for Stanley and Pearl Johnson Camp. I do know they are buried there.

Linda Roberts

Added by Linda Roberts on Nov 10, 2010 4:19 PM

Leaton Clark
RE: Samsville Cemetery/Edwards Co
Thanks for all your work with this. You're ahead of me. Perhaps everything will work out and it's to your credit.

I really do appreciate what you've done.

Added by Leaton Clark on Oct 27, 2010 5:25 PM

Leaton Clark
RE: Margaret Clodfelter/Samsville cemetery
If/when you find out whether the cemetery is Potter or Samsville, please let me know. Perhaps, Find A Grave can edit the initial page to reflect the proper name.

Then, IF there is a cemetery sign, posting of that would be great.

Many, many Thanks,

Added by Leaton Clark on Oct 27, 2010 10:16 AM

Leaton Clark
Margaret Clodfelter
Thanks for posting this tombstone--finding it and with the listing in Samsville Cemetery, will fill in a lot of blanks in the family history.

Leaton Clark
Austin, TX

Added by Leaton Clark on Oct 26, 2010 9:00 PM


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