|Elizabeth Verchio||RE: Virginia Bell Bradford Chastain|
Memorial# 41307083. Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I believe I have things in the works to make the corrections.
One of the many things I love about this website, all the helpful people, as yourself, who take the extra effort to see that things are correct even when there is not a relationship.
Keep up the great work.
|Gregory Navarro||RE: Bizub Reqest|
I came out here from Sacramento, so I could enjoy looking at the snow in the Sierra without actually having to deal with it. I pass through Ino (about a mile and a half from the cemetery) regularly on my way to Duluth; I was impressed by the quiet and peace of this tiny cemtery and the beautiful little white church that sits beside it. As a place to spend Forever, I think the Bizubs would be pleased.
I will post the picture to Stephen's entry also. His smaller marker is directly in front of Sophie's half of the larger marker.
|YAVUZ BILGIN||HORACE MANWARING|
THANKS FOR THE FOTO, IF THIS IS MY 2ND REPLY SORRY, I SHARE PC WITH PARTNER AND IT SEEMS WE GET THE MESSAGES TWICE SOMETIMES
|Linnea Perris||RE: Three Pictures|
Well this is what I know. Susie is the 2nd wife of Joseph so Lois is his first. My Aunt and Joe were married in 1940 and had no children. He had three or four boys from his first marriage. My aunt raised the boys. I did not know them I was born in 1942 and did not live close. I may have seen them when I was very young. I believe there is one son of Joe's in the same cemetery as his name is David Haney Holley and in looking at his site it shows his mother's maiden name as Evermart not Everhart, just spelled a little differently but no photo of the marker.
I have not done research on Joseph's first wife or his children as they are not blood relatives but I will do some research on them sometime.
Thanks Again for taking the pictures for me.
|Linnea Perris||Three Pictures|
Thank you very much for taking and posting the pictures of the headstones of Susie (Sally) Holley, Lorin and Edith Kesler in the Montecito Memorial Park. I appreciate it very much as they are my aunts and uncle. They tie together my research.
Thanks Again, Linnea Perris
P. S. I just sent one thank you for all three.
|Marilyn Klaphake||Charles & Eunice Weniger|
Thank you so much for taking the time and making the effort to photograph the graves of my uncle and aunt, Charles and Eunice Weniger. They were a very special not only to our family, but to a great many people.
|Betty Jean James - Anderson||Thank You|
Thank you so very much!
Thanks so much for adding both these markers! I know what you mean about getting hooked on genealogy. Norma
Added by Norma on Jan 29, 2011 4:31 PM
Thanks so much for taking a photo of this marker. It's a nice design, I was so glad to see it. Norma
Added by Norma on Jan 29, 2011 6:27 AM
|Cindy Cornwell McCachern||Thank You|
Thanks for the photo of Mabel Cornwell's tombstone.
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