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Terre Brothers Johnson (#47496435)
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Rebecca Marie Estill
may i use your photos? as always i will credit you for taking them, are your related? thanks.

Added by Bekkie on Feb 26, 2015 1:02 AM

Richard Chambers
RE: Fays and Ryans
If you come in by the town entry, next to the house, and drive almost to the chapel, Patrick and Phoebe's stone is on the right. There are several Fays there. There are more throughout the cemetery. I went recently and took a lot of Schwartz stone photos. I saw Ryans but did not have any reference at the time. The snow was on, my feet were freezing and I spent about an hour and a half looking around. Sorry I am just responding to this. I do not frequent find a grave often except when doing attachments anymore. I will have to change that,

Added by Richard Chambers on Jan 18, 2013 7:10 PM

Final Dignity
Thomas P Ryan
I wish I had a bio for Thomas P. Ryan. I am slowing adding names & tombstone pictures. I am so sorry I don't any bio but I hoped a relative would come forward with a bio. If I find one I will contact you.

Added by Final Dignity on Nov 25, 2012 1:34 PM

Richard Chambers
Fays in St. Patrick's
The Fays are located up a little and to the right of the entrance that has the building with the saint by it. That is the entrance I always used, I have never entered from Hwy 68. I am trying to visualize it as I have not been for a while. They have a Fay section if you run into and ask a groundskeeper, they will point it out pretty readily. They are next to Furys Croppers and a stone's throw from Rosemary Clooney. It is hard to miss my great grandfather Patrick's marker. If you are on Ancestry (we've talked there haven't we?), look at my site and you will see his monument. It is a pretty tall one. Are you close to the area?

Added by Richard Chambers on Jul 29, 2012 5:33 PM

Leslie Ruschelle
RE: Wells and Barber
Your very welcome hun...Family and knowing your heritage is a must...guess that's why I "LOVE" taking photos for people...If you need anything else feel free to contact me...God Bless

Added by Leslie Ruschelle on Jul 18, 2012 6:41 AM

del hagy
Swanagan Family
Hey Terre...
Thank you again for everything and please tell tina I will be more than glad to manage the following graves I list below, all are located in the Alton Cemetert and they are all family members. Thanks again
Anna J. Swanagan Hellard
Hubert Donald Swanagan
Lillian M. McMahan
Edna and Clyde Hellard
Myrtle and Jerry Hellard

Thanks again Terry, also, I am going to try to get some pics of family members in Sunset Memorial Gardens and noticed there are only a handful of pics from that cemetery located in woodford county, if I can help, I know many people buried there and would love to help to get their graves posted on here if thats OK.

Added by del hagy on Jun 19, 2012 7:12 AM

del hagy
Thank You...
Dear Terre...
Thank you so much for going to Alton and getting a pic of my grandmothers headstone and posting it!!! I appreciate it so much!!

Thank you Again,
Del hagy

Added by del hagy on Jun 17, 2012 2:10 PM

Bowen Family
I am not sure if any of my ancestors changed their last name a bit. The Bowen ancestors I am looking for are mostly in the upper section of Kentucky along the border with West Virginia. I would love photos of any of these. Thank you for your help. If I can be of help please let me know.

Added by dorlbow on Jun 15, 2012 6:13 PM

Ben Tilford Calvert
RE: Emma Jones Sageser Niman
You are Welcome. Ben

Added by Ben Tilford Calvert on Jun 15, 2012 9:05 AM

Ben Tilford Calvert
RE: Emma Jones Sageser Niman
You are welcome. Ben

Added by Ben Tilford Calvert on Jun 15, 2012 5:37 AM

Ben Tilford Calvert
RE: Noah Sageser in Scott Co, KY
You are welcome.

Added by Ben Tilford Calvert on Jun 11, 2012 1:07 PM

Paula Fair
Sanford Polsgrove
Thank you for photographing Sanford's headstone. May I post it on my tree on Ancestry, giving you credit for the photograph?
Many thanks,

Added by Paula Fair on Jun 03, 2012 6:38 AM

Nicole Dillon
John Jr Cloyd
Thank you so much for taking the photo for me :) Have a wonderful day. This was my husbands grandfather an we did not attend the funeral, so this is the first time I have seen it.

Added by Nicole Dillon on Apr 29, 2012 3:28 PM

charles klingel
Terre Thanks for the photo's but I think you have loaded the wrong photo for Walter R. thanks again for doing this for me.

Added by charles klingel on Apr 15, 2012 7:26 PM

Smith and Reed Photos
Thank you so much for the photos

Added by ArkieBuzz on Apr 09, 2012 8:03 AM

stacey brown
RE: Merton Lee Brothers and Family
that is very cool and I love the site because it doesn't cost as some do altho I tried Ancestry for awhile and it is really worth the money because of the amount of info you can find I am happy for you Good Luck in your pursuits and thanks for letting me know If there are other links here locally I will be happy to try to help Let me know

Added by stacey brown on Apr 01, 2012 4:27 AM

D. Gould Hall
King headstone
Thank you very much for taking & posting the photos for William & Ada King. I appreciate it very much as I live in California.

Added by D. Gould Hall on Mar 31, 2012 3:39 PM

stacey brown
RE: Merton Lee Brothers and Family
there is a wonderful website called Old Fulton postcards there are newspapers from all over NY state that Tom the webmaster has collected some of them go back to the mid 1800's I know that you will enjoy it all kinds of family history just make sure that you type in the name your'e looking for and then the exact phrase good luck let me know if you need anymore info you may be looking for the parents of your great grandparents

Added by stacey brown on Mar 29, 2012 2:04 PM

stacey brown
RE: Merton Lee Brothers and Family
sorry send a request for Hattie and i will get it right to you i will look at the dates on elmer next time i go

Added by stacey brown on Mar 28, 2012 12:53 PM

stacey brown
RE: Merton Lee Brothers and Family
there is an old one for Elmer then a hattie,george and another elizabeth all right there in the same lot so they have a link,I'm sure happy to help

Added by stacey brown on Mar 28, 2012 6:52 AM

stacey brown
RE: Merton Lee Brothers and Family
you're very welcome there were other graves there too a tall one and two smaller one with the Brothers names if you want to submit a request I can send those too Geneology is so much fun it is like finally meeting your family Good luck with all of your pursuits

Added by stacey brown on Mar 28, 2012 4:24 AM

Jan Myers
RE: Woodlawn Cemetery, Great Bend, Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
Unfortunately, we are 2 hours away. Those photos were taken a couple years ago when my husband was driving truck and passed through there several times a week. We may be going down that way around Thanksgiving although it may be too late by then as snow may be on the ground. Have you tried requesting a photograph through the request a photo button on the memorial. Perhaps a volunteer that lives closer could take a photo for you? If not send the names and if we go down in the next few weeks I'll see what we can do. Our email is put the name of the cemetery in the subject line. We do not receive the photo requests for that area through findagrave since we are too far away.

Added by Jan Myers on Oct 28, 2011 7:24 PM

Warren Glenn
RE: Crow Cemetery
The Crow Cemetery is on property owned by Anthony Hutto. I photoed the tombstones in the cemetery and added the readable ones to Find A Grave. I plan on going back and retake those that are unreadable. If you are interested in going with me please let me know. Warren

Added by Warren Glenn on Oct 16, 2011 6:26 PM

The Meriwether Society, Inc.
RE: Cox Cemetery #2
I took pictures of all the stones in Cox Cemetery #2 that I could find. There are a lot of rocks serving as headstones and none of them have names.

I did notice that a couple of Meriwether children's graves are listed on Find A Grave but I didn't see those stones. Could be that I just missed them because they were hidden in the weeds.

Added by The Meriwether Society, I... on Sep 18, 2011 7:55 PM

The Meriwether Society, Inc.
Cox Cemetery #2
I found the cemetery and got some pictures yesterday. The Cox Cemetery #2 is way back on a farm and I had given up finding it when I decided to stop and ask someone. Turns out it was the farm with the cemetery. It was really overgrown with waist-high weeds so it was hard to find the stones but I did get some pictures.

Added by The Meriwether Society, I... on Sep 18, 2011 8:52 AM


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