|crfordy||RE: Donald Snell|
Thank you so much for the pictures it really helped a lot. I am glad that his grave is also being marked with flags by the local veterans. I appreciate your and your family's personal interest.
Added by crfordy on Feb 23, 2013 5:39 PM
|Jennifer L||RE: thank you|
Thank you. My friend will be so thrilled. I have been helping her locate her relatives both living and deceased. :)
Added by Jennifer L on Feb 19, 2013 3:36 PM
|Jennifer L||thank you|
thank you for the photo of my friend's relative's headstone.she will be very happy :) i noticed that since ruby persis currey frakes and her husband both share the same headstone, i was wondering if you could also add the same picture to his memorial #37988260 so that i won't have to submit another photo request? thank you again :)
Added by Jennifer L on Feb 17, 2013 5:24 PM
|crfordy||RE: Donald Snell|
There is no hurry as they have been there a while. Thanks for the reply.
Added by crfordy on Jan 24, 2013 12:21 AM
|Deana Goss Martin||RE: County Line Cemetery, OK|
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news. I just started working on the cemetery and am adding as I can. I don't have much information on some of the older graves. Most of what I have is from the records and from walking it. Sorry I couldn't help. Let me know if you need anything else and maybe I can help.
Added by Deana Goss Martin on Jul 18, 2012 9:55 PM
|Fonda LoBach||Lydia Millard's Headstone|
Thank you very much for all you did to try and find Lydia's headstone.
May the Lord bless you for all you are doing to help.
Added by Fonda LoBach on Jun 24, 2012 1:12 PM
|Donna (Strout) Sakaske||"Frankie" Strout|
What a wonderful tribute photo you posted. It's so nice to hear that Don knew Frank and his wishes. Seems like the family loved fishing and it continues! I do so appreciate the time you took to gather information on the family.
Added by Donna (Strout) Sakaske on Jun 19, 2012 5:09 PM
|Jen Baldwin||Mortimer Brown|
Thank you so much, Letrell, for going the extra mile to find Mortimer Brown. As a family, we very much appreciate it. He did not have any children, so the rest of us are just learning that there is no headstone marking his burial site. Your diligence is much appreciated.
All our best,
Added by Jen Baldwin on Jun 19, 2012 4:53 PM
|Janette & Tony||RE: thank you|
Hi Letrell! We have a lot of fun taking photos for others. It's fun, it's addictive, and it's in our blood. Your bio says that you're going to become a certified genealogist ... wonderful!
Janette & Tony
Added by Janette & Tony on Jun 19, 2012 9:44 AM
Thank you so much for the photo. I really appreciate your help and time.
my email is email@example.com. if you wish you can send the other photos etc to that address.
again Thank you and best wishes
Added by Drishane on Jun 11, 2012 9:02 PM
|Bob Wilson||Pliny Langlois memorial photo|
Thank you very much, & have a fantastic week!
Added by Bob Wilson on Apr 01, 2012 1:15 AM
|John Duane||RE: Edward Noonan|
Thank you for taking ownership of my request for a photo of the unmarked grave of my uncle Edward Noonan also spelled Nunan.
He is buried in PLOT NO.7 an unmarked grave.
I really want to honour my uncle by erecting a suitable Memorial Headstone if possible once i have verified identity of plot no. 7.
All this of course comes later.
the following is a summary of his bio.
from my online family tree on "geni.com"
John Duane April 27, 2010 at 12:07 am
Edward Nunan. Born in the Quarter April-June 1903 (Mallow Reg. District). Vol. 5. Page 413.
Died at 24 yrs in America
There was a large wall portrait (photo) of Ned in every Noonan household.
He is buried in an unmarked grave no. 7. in Sunset Park Cemetery,Lakeview,Lake County,Oregon, USA. Plot number 7
Death: Feb. 16, 1928
February 16, 1928
Edward Noonan, aged 25, who was tending sheep for P. P. Barry and also his own band just over the Harney county line east of Warner, died suddenly last week, apparently from hemorrhages. His body was found at the sheep camp Saturday.
The body was brought to Lakeview. The funeral was held yesterday morning from St. Patrick's church where a requiem mass was celebrated. Burial was Sunset Park Cemetery where the final blessing was given by Rev.Jame's A. O'Hagan.
The Deceased is survived by his father and mother in Ireland and two brothers in Lake County. The young man had come to this country only last Fall.
Sunset Park Cemetery
Thank you once again for taking up so much of your valuable time on my behalf.
May God richly Bless you for your efforts.
Added by John Duane on Mar 06, 2012 5:49 AM
|Glenda Ragan||Just got the message.|
Sorry to get back to you so late. Your e-mail just came in. I don't know why it wasn't showing this morning as I have been on the computer all day long. Anyway, I don't know much about this person and I must have been checking on her for some reason that escapes my mind now. Just so much going on with my work that my mind is about to explode. Don't worry about it, I may run across it again and figure it out. Thank you for your time and I guess I should start to leave something on a token when I request with the reason why. Live and Learn....
Added by Glenda Ragan on Dec 15, 2011 5:51 PM
Not to worry, I am working on thousands of memorials right now, I am going through microfilm at the Auburn Library and sometimes I ask to see a headstone to help make links or verify dates. I do thank you for trying to locate her. I didn't put in the memorial so maybe it's to verify that she may be interned elsewhere. Have a wonderful trip and I hope you have a Very MERRY CHISTMAS!
Added by Glenda Ragan on Dec 14, 2011 8:41 PM
|Glenda Ragan||Minerva Capple|
Thank you for posting a picture of her burial location. Merry Christmas and God Bless
Added by Glenda Ragan on Dec 14, 2011 8:18 PM
|Karen Todd||RE: Riverview Cemetery|
Thank you for letting me know you are moving. As far as I know I only have the few family members that you have taken photos for.
Added by Karen Todd on Dec 09, 2011 12:06 PM
|Karen Todd||Riverview Cemetery|
Thank you for taking the photos I requested.
Added by Karen Todd on Dec 09, 2011 5:55 AM