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Dr. Cynthia Mahaffey (#47784539)
 member for 3 years, 3 months, 9 days
RE: Whipple photos

You are most welcome.


Added by Linda on Jun 22, 2015 5:26 PM

Richard Soash
Thanks so much
for the picture of Marcella Soash Long. It is much appreciated.

Richard Soash

Added by Richard Soash on Jun 20, 2015 6:18 AM

Andy Gappa
Alvie Zimmerman
Dr. Mahaffey,
Thank you very much for posting the excellent photo of Alvie's tombstone on his memorial. It looks great!! You rock!!! Thanks, again.
Andy Gappa

Added by Andy Gappa on Jun 18, 2015 1:54 PM

Rick Foster
Found Louisa toady and on the marker is her spouse Reinhard T. I submited corrections to each one and If you submit a photo request for him I will be sure to complete the memorials

Added by Rick Foster on Jun 15, 2015 11:45 PM

Charles Sawade # 112789851
Hi! You sent the correction for his parents, but I think maybe a number got transposed? for the mother as Winford is a man. Soooo, I went to Johann's memorial and added his spouse listed as Charles' mother and credited you for the linkage. Are you related at all? I'd be happy to transfer? Thanks for all your photos and hard work on Find a Grave!

Added by Cherie_in_OC on Jun 14, 2015 7:52 PM

Sarah Quinn
RE: How are you, Sarah?
Thank you so much for your kind message. You are very welcome for the flower left. I am doing fine and hope you have a great summer. It is already hot here and anymore I stay out of the sun. Too many close calls with skin cancer. Take care and much love and blessings to you from Sarah.

Added by Sarah Quinn on May 28, 2015 2:53 PM

thanks for the photo


Added by WorsethanTerse on May 18, 2015 10:28 AM

Oak Grove
Thanks for all the help you have done in photographing this cemetery for the Findagrave entries.

Added by dhintx on May 17, 2015 2:39 PM

Scott West
Kenneth C Morlock

Thank you for the additional information. I really appreciate the headstone photos.


Added by Scott West on May 15, 2015 2:20 PM

John Wilhite
RE: McElhaney
You are very welcome. I am glad I could do it. Thank you for your kind words. Means a lot to me. John

Added by John Wilhite on May 13, 2015 11:04 AM

Bob Weaver
Dean Weaver & Bechstein Memorials
Dr Cynthia, I just wanted to say THANK YOU, THANK YOU!! I really appreciate you taking the time to create my Grandmother's Memorial (Pauline Bechstein) and for posting the flowers on my Grandfather's Memorial (Dean Weaver). It's great to be able to have other people see and appreciate their accomplishments and highlights from their life's work. I see that you are a BGSU Professor, did you work there in the 70's and 80's when Grandpa was there? Again, THANK YOU, for creating my memorial and for your time that you have to devoted to creating all these other great memorials. If I can be of any assistance, please feel free to drop me a note.

Thanks -- Bob Weaver

Added by Bob Weaver on May 08, 2015 5:20 PM

John Sloan
James E Krone Find A Grave Memorial# 111782619
Dr Cynthia, Thank you for your volunteer work in taking and posting photos to Find A Grave. It sure helps us amateur genealogists fill-in their family history and provides a photo for a final resting place. Thank you again. Respectfully John

Added by John Sloan on May 08, 2015 11:05 AM

Elizabeth McMullen
Thank you so much for taking the time to fulfill my photo request.

Added by ASAC on May 07, 2015 7:00 PM

Colin Baird
RE: gardens
Well, Cynthia, I raise Yukon Gold and Norland potatoes, white and yellow onions, sweet corn, pinto beans and bush beans, Golden Jubilee tomatoes, seedless cucumbers, zucchini, butternut squash,sweet potatoes, and I have about a 60 foot row of raspberries. In my back yard, I have two apple trees and three hazelnut trees. Just last week, my wife fixed some roasted potatoes, and that was the last of our crop from last fall. I eat a raw potato every day for a potassium supplement, and we have roasted potatoes about twice a week, so 150-175 pounds of potatoes only lasts us about 6 months.

You have a good evening..!!


Added by Colin Baird on May 05, 2015 2:17 PM

Colin Baird
RE: The Rush photos
I'm having a ball, Cynthia. Spring is my very favorite time of year. My garden is all planted except for setting out the plants, and I'm going to wait about another week or ten days before I do that. The past three or four days have been just perfect as far as I'm concerned. Enjoy a terrific Tuesday..


Added by Colin Baird on May 05, 2015 11:48 AM

RE: Love your creative way with the memorials

Thank you so much for your kind message.
Mr. Ford was an Amazing Man,it's a
True Honor to have known him.

Hugs and Many Blessings,

Added by MRS.STEPHENRAYVAUGHAN!!! on May 05, 2015 2:48 AM

Brian Backes
RE: Oestreich photos
You're very welcome. I'm glad am able to help out in some way.


Added by Brian Backes on May 04, 2015 4:05 PM

T. Scott Atkinson
Birth Place: John Z. Smith
He is my 2nd Great Grandfather and my mother and I have been researching the Smith Family line for many years. Here is some text that she provided to me:

According to a book in Weston Library (that Florence Scott Atkinson found in 1990), under Liberty Township: "J. Z. Smith was born in Connecticut in 1812; was one of a family of ten children, sons and daughters of John and Judith Smith. Their names were -- Julia, Hiram, John Z., Susan, David, Betsey, Henry, Clinton, Benjamin, and George S.. Benjamin, Hiram, and Betsey, deceased. Mr. Smith {J. Z.} was married in Livingston County, N.Y., in 1841, to Ruth Scott, daughter of Ezekiel and Sarah Scott, who had seven children --Sarah M., (Burnett and Mary, deceased), David, Ruth, Joseph, and Benjamin. Mr. Smith {J. Z.} has been Township Trustee for a number of years.

In addition she passed on to me a handwritten letter by him that indicates that he was born in New Milford, CT in 1812.

T. Scott Atkinson,
Written today: May 2nd, 2015

Added by T. Scott Atkinson on May 02, 2015 1:35 PM

A Butterfly
RE: Hannah Thurstin
Oh how sad! I never realized there would be so many in one cemetery! I do have some, who are part of this family in California, who don't have marked graves or niches. My Mother and Grandfather for instance. I like your "unmarked grave" rose. Very thoughtful.

Added by A Butterfly on May 01, 2015 10:35 PM

A Butterfly
Hannah Thurstin
Thank you ever so much for the "unmarked grave" photo you used for her! The family is most appreciative.

Added by A Butterfly on May 01, 2015 10:04 AM

A Butterfly
RE: Hannah Thurstin
Thank you for your kindness and the extraordinary walk you took, in an attempt to find her stone. It's appreciated.

Added by A Butterfly on May 01, 2015 9:55 AM

Martin Penny 132902991
Hello Cynthia,

Martin served in the Civil War in the 134th NY Volunteer Infantry.

I had an ancestor who served in the unit, I do research on the 134th and have created a Virtual Cemetery for it, 470 names and counting.

If you want to, please transfer his memorial to me and I'll add his military bio to his memorial.

Thank you for creating his memorial.

Paul Turner, Find A Grave Member 48125792

Added by pjt on Apr 29, 2015 11:15 AM

Ethan, Ella & Harold Powell
Thank you very much for putting marker photos on their memorials.

Added by sec412 on Apr 29, 2015 9:52 AM

Sharon W
RE: Sgt. Stevens
You're very welcome.

Added by Sharon W on Apr 25, 2015 9:10 PM

RE: Harbaugh family headed your way
Thank you so much for transferring the memorials. Much appreciated.

Added by Marilyn on Apr 24, 2015 3:52 PM


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