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Cameron Herrell (#47967691)
 member for 3 years, 8 months, 3 days
Barbara Blum
Unknown Kolosick
Memorial updated.
Barbara

Added by Barbara Blum on Jun 23, 2016 10:31 PM

Sandy Morrey
Susanna Masters Howell
Thank you for correcting this. I have made the correction on my memorial, and I also sent a message to the owner of Susannas husband William L Howell to correct his. Sandy Morrey

Added by Sandy Morrey on Jun 22, 2016 4:25 PM

Sandy Morrey
Susanna Masters Howell
Thank you for correcting this. I have made the correction on my memorial, and I also sent a message to the owner of Susanna's husband William L Howell to correct his. Sandy Morrey

Added by Sandy Morrey on Jun 22, 2016 4:25 PM

The Lone Ranger
Woodfin cemetery
I noticed you had posted a picture of Anna Pearl Loyd. Do you live close enough that you could get me photos of the headstones for Christina Loyd and Joseph Loyd? I live in Florida
My wife's family is Loyd.

Added by The Lone Ranger on Jun 22, 2016 11:40 AM

LaDon Brennan
Corrections
Thanks for sending them along when you spot an error, I am glad for the chance to get it right.

Added by LaDon Brennan on Jun 21, 2016 11:12 AM

Mandy
William Allen
Hi there! On a photo you added of William's stone there is a circle in the design at the top which appears to say something. I am unable to make this out and was wondering if you can or can see it more clearly in the original photo...maybe remember it? Worth a shot! Thanks so much for the help!

Amanda Ficklin-Dagostino

Added by Mandy on Jun 05, 2016 5:56 AM

Dolores J. Rush
Re: White Cemetery?
White cemetery, Vernon County, MO. Are there two White cemeteries? Have you had a chance to look at Grandma's red book "White's Family & their Kin" at the Bates County Historical Society. I donated the last copy of it to the Historical Society for their archives and Peggy Buhr personally received it from my husband's hands. My aunt holds the copyright and she doesn't plan on reprinting it anytime soon.
There is a broken tombstone in the first row, extreme right as you are looking into the cemetery from the gate. It's partially buried and in three pieces. I'd like to see it restored, if possible. We thought about doing sonar, but it is too costly for our pocketbook. Thank you for looking. I'll let the family know of your work.

Added by Dolores J. Rush on Jan 31, 2016 1:25 AM

Dane_Dicke
Thank you for your work
Dear Cameron,

I hope you will take a moment to see how I used one of your photos.

The photo is at: http://mv.ancestry.com/viewer/e409de48-860e-406e-bce4-bf84ddbe2b57/86867396/42545536207?_phsrc=afH692&usePUBJs=true

Emma's fact page (still under construction) is at: http://person.ancestry.com/tree/86867396/person/42545536207/facts

With Gratitude and Best Regards, Dane Dicke

Added by Dane_Dicke on Jan 04, 2016 4:48 AM

Lee Burner
Naria Jane Burner Herrell
Hi, I think we must be cousins. Enoch George Burner is my gg grandfather. His son Charles Lee Burner (my namesake) is my great grandfather. Harry Enoch Burner is my grandfather and Charles Lee Burner Sr. (should have been CLB II, and me CLB III) is my father.

Anyway, there is a small typo on the website. I believe Rachel Ann Talman (or Tallman) is the correct spelling, not Talwaw.

Thanks for your work on the Burner family gravestones. I live around KC and a few weeks ago visited Oak Hill Cemetery and found most of the key graves for my line of the family.

(Charles) Lee Burner (Jr.)

Added by Lee Burner on Jun 26, 2015 2:15 PM

A.W.R.
Picture
I believe you posted a picture by mistake on memorial # 35357003.

Sincerely,

A.W.R.

Added by A.W.R. on Jun 10, 2015 7:17 PM

Angie Hall
RE: Thanks
Hi Cameron,

I want to send you a big "Thank you!!!!" for your help in locating the grave of my Gx3 Grandfather, Samuel Hall, Find A Grave Memorial# 126354274. There is no way I would have found the grave on my own.

Although I had called Crescent Hill Cemetery prior to my arrival, they were only able to tell me which section he was in (amongst 500 of "his friends" in that section). Apparently some of the older records were destroyed in a fire so they were unable to provide me the exact location of his grave.

To complicate matters, the writing on his headstone was so worn down, it was basically unreadable. Fortunately thanks to the picture you took of his headstone, I knew the general shape to look for, but honestly it was the names that you provided me of the headstones that were next to him that helped me actually locate his grave. It took me about 20 minutes to find it, but I did find it. However, there is absolutely know no way that I would have found his grave without your help!

Thank you so much Cameron, you are AWESOME!!!!!

Added by Angie Hall on Jun 02, 2015 10:55 PM

 
 

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