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SarahT (#47384342)
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Susan Bower-Litzenberger
RE: Use of Photograph
Hi Sarah,
Wow sorry did not see you post until today. Yes you may use picture of mine. How are you related to them? I've not been into my genealogy last couple years, but back at it.
Susan

Added by Susan Bower-Litzenberger on Jan 29, 2015 2:52 PM

Marilyn Kyle
Avis Compton Kenworthy pix
My cousin and I are working on family history which includes our Kenworthy line. I am interested in using the Avis Commpton pix in Find A Grave for our Data Base and maybe in the book we are putting together. We would be sure and give you credit for the picture. Also, if you have any other pictures of Kenworthy people including Beryl, I would sure like to see them. Thank you, Marilyn and cousin Betty. Our Ancestry Tree is Carrick/Guthrie which includes the Kenworthy line.

Added by Marilyn Kyle on Feb 14, 2014 5:26 PM

Jon Reeves
RE: Madeline Butler
Indeed, I did a bit of Googling after my original message, and learned a fair amount about your interesting family - including your grandfather, still getting newspaper articles written about him at age 93, and the slightly more distant (and famous) relative "Bill the Bear"...

Added by Jon Reeves on Feb 12, 2014 9:40 AM

Jon Reeves
Madeline Butler
She was surrounded by several Iaegers; I added the one that had a memorial, and will get to the others in a few hours. Not sure if they're related or not, but it would be odd for spaces 1/2/4 to be related to each other and unrelated to space 3.

Added by Jon Reeves on Feb 10, 2014 7:28 PM

Yvonne Hollenbeck
Gladys Beckwith Sailor
Because you posted Gladys' info on find-a-grave, I am wondering if you have knowledge of where one could find her poetry, either a book or whatever. I am a poet, originally from Gordon, Nebraska, and am interested in collecting poetry of those in my area, especially the pioneer women. Thank you for any information you might have.
Merry Christmas!

Added by Yvonne Hollenbeck on Dec 23, 2013 1:26 PM

Deb
Elizabeth Misemer #41752128 and 82954029
Hi Sarah. I have a favor to ask. My memorial for this infant is the first of the two numbers above, posted Sept 2009. The second number is a duplicate memorial posted in Jan 2012. You have posted a photo of the headstone on the duplicate memorial, and I was hoping you could either also post it on my memorial or give me permission to use it. Thanks, Deb

Added by Deb on Oct 08, 2013 8:32 AM

Kathy
Lyman Beckwith
Lyman is buried in Mount Prospect Cemetery, Franklinville, New York. He is already on Find A Grave in that cemetery. Thanks, Kathy

Added by Kathy on Aug 25, 2013 8:20 PM

Carolina Caswell
Updates
Meant to THANK YOU again.

Added by Carolina Caswell on Jul 25, 2013 10:02 AM

Carolina Caswell
Updates

Added by Carolina Caswell on Jul 25, 2013 10:00 AM

NLColes
Don Johnson
Thank you so much for transferring Don Johnson to me. I appreciate it. I will keep him in good care. Have a great day.

Nadine

Added by NLColes on Jun 26, 2013 6:56 AM

Ann in Kalamazoo
OOPS
LOOKS LIKE I GOT CONFUSED THERE. RAY R'S PHOTO IS POSTED AND THERE IS NO OTHER BURNHAM. SORRY, ANN

Added by Ann in Kalamazoo on May 15, 2013 9:29 PM

Ann in Kalamazoo
BURNHAM
Sarah, I have posted the Burnham photos. It looks to me that A I is really 'Ai.' My mother's cousin's husband was named Ai and many people confused it with a nick name or initials. Also, there is another Burnham in the same plot. Roy R Burnham "brother" 1892-1910. Is this someone you are interested in having a photo posted? Let me know. Ann

Added by Ann in Kalamazoo on May 15, 2013 9:22 PM

Tim
Roger Friest
Thanks much for the Transfer of Uncle Rogers records.

Tim

Added by Tim on Mar 24, 2013 4:17 PM

Karen Schneider Childs
John McKlveen
Thank You very much for the transfer and the volunteering you do...

Added by Karen Schneider Childs on Nov 04, 2012 12:02 AM

Eternally Yours
Thank You!
Sarah: Thanks so much for the photos of Luke Gilbert and Lucy Kidder Gilbert gravestones living far away I would never have been able to visit so this is the next best thing. God Bless You for your help to others!

Added by Eternally Yours on Oct 06, 2012 7:42 AM

Carol Lallow
Mary F. Batterson
Thank you so much for the photo of Mary's marker. Her husband Aaron was the son of Franklin Ferdinand Batterson and Mary "Polly" Stockham. Mary was Mary Frances Huddleston, daughter of Joseph Huddleston and Frances "Fannie" Marshall.

Added by Carol Lallow on Oct 02, 2012 10:00 PM

mschabs
Oakdale Requests
Thank you ever so much for the many photos you took of my family stones

Kathy

Added by mschabs on Oct 02, 2012 9:45 PM

Jerry Huffman
Mal Bowman
Hope you can use.....
Regards, Jerry



MAL BOWMAN JR.: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice

San Diego Union-Tribune, The (CA) - Monday, April 9, 2007
Deceased Name: MAL BOWMAN JR.
July 25, 1932-April 1, 2007
Mal Bowman Jr., 74, of San Diego died April 1. He was born in South Carolina and was a boiler technician. He was retired from the Navy and was a veteran of the Vietnam War. He was a member of the Freemasons.
Survivors include his daughters, Barbara Smith, Ernestine Stovall and Tracy Wilkes; son, Daryl Peek; sister, Aletha Bowman; and brothers, Harrison Bowman, Ralph Bowman and Clyde Bowman.
Services: none announced.
Inurnment: Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, Cabrillo Memorial Drive, Point Loma.
Arrangements: Poway-Bernardo Mortuary.

Added by Jerry Huffman on Jul 24, 2012 7:51 AM

Van Laffoon
Laffoons&Newmans@Mount Zion Cemetery
Hello Sarah,

Thanks very much for taking all the great gravestone photos.
I appreciate your efforts.
I was planning on using the picture in my family tree on ancestry.com. I hope that's okay with you, if not, please let me know.

Best Regards,
Van Laffoon

Added by Van Laffoon on Jun 19, 2012 12:56 PM

dells
John Hochhausen
Thank you so much for John's headstone photo. The close up photo was a bonus. Sometimes those old stones are hard to read from a distance. It is just great to see the old stones, they are really neat to see. As an added bonus, it is interesting to see the spelling of the name change from generation to generation. I really appreciate your time and efforts. GREAT JOB!! THANKS!!!

:)

dells

Added by dells on Jun 18, 2012 6:57 PM

Joyce Crockett
Lewis Ben Sanders
Thank you so much for the photo and a beautiful one at that. I added it to our family tree. someone to be proud of.

Added by Joyce Crockett on Jun 07, 2012 6:48 PM

Joyce Crockett
RE: Lewis Ben Sanders
Thank you for answering me. I look forward to a photo. Lewis was the grandson of Benjamin Sanders and Amanda Tiede that is where the Tiede name comes into play. Amanda's father Herman had 18 children (well his two wifes did). Herman moved from Germany to Wisconsin to Nebraska and ended up in Idaho. He left his 4 oldest daughters in Nebraska as they married Nebraska farmers/ranchers. I am descended from the oldest daughter Helena. I have been to Nebraska 4 times researching and visiting family. I especially loved the sandhills where Amanda and Ben lived. I loved the cowboys as I am a city girl. I met and stayed with Ben & Viola Cady who shared photos and information. I am going to Idaho July 21 for another Tiede reunion. I have this piece on Lewis that should be added to Find a Grave to honor his memory, don't you think so?

Clipping unknown source-
"Lt. Lewis Sanders, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sanders, was recently awarded the Gold Star, Navy Cross and Distinguished Flying Cross for service in the Pacific. The Gold Star was awarded for his participation in aerial flights as a pilot of a carrier based torpedo plane and leader of his division between August 3 and October 13, 1944 in the vicinity of Guam, the Palau Islands, Mindanao and Formosa. The Distinguished Flying Cross was awarded for his heroism in torpedoing enemy shipping on October 19, 1944, scoring hits on two enemy cargo ships. On October 25, 1944 he led his squadron in a torpedo attack on an enemy carrier task group in the Philippine Sea. In spite of the fact that he was forced to fly close to protecting ships and subjected to intense antiaircraft fire he dropped his torpedo at low altitude and scored a direct and damaging hit on an enemy aircraft carrier. For this heroic action he was awarded the Navy Cross. Lt. Sanders is now taking a post graduate course in aeronautical engineering at the Naval Academy in Annapolis.

I don't know if they had children either if you will notice I got that from Shirley's find a grave site?

Added by Joyce Crockett on May 23, 2012 4:33 PM

Joyce Crockett
Lewis Ben Sanders
Thank you for the photo of Lewis's wife Shirley. I have been working on Tiede family tree which Lewis and Shirley are part of. Do you have a photo of Lewis? Do you know anything about their son Stanley?

Added by Joyce Crockett on May 22, 2012 4:47 PM

Louis Roth
Cavender
Section C, tier 1, Niche 118

Added by Louis Roth on Apr 20, 2012 10:30 PM

Louis Roth
Cavender
the problem is that the person that created this memorial and a LOT more has pulled the info from the cemetery's database [as close as I can tell] and was unsaware of the fact that the overwhelming majority of the information contained therein is jibberish.
they have listed:
Plot: Garden / Section: 10 Row/Tier: TIER 7

there is no garden such as this ..it looks like it is in the Catacombs, but it does not show the Unit number etc, niche, and so on

if you call them, the cemetery will get it straightened out. then you can try to get "Graves" to make the correction

thanks
Louis

Added by Louis Roth on Apr 09, 2012 5:45 PM

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