|Chuck James (#47135012)|
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I recently retired with a lot more time than money and found a hobby that interests me and I can afford. I hope I can make worthwhile contributions to this website.|
I live in Western Nebraska but I travel alot and am covering NW Nebraska, Southwest South Dakota, and anywhere else my travels take me!
For any corrections or requests for transfer please go through the 'edit' button. I have too many memorials to be stumbling through for the right one. This also gives me the requester #.
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|Patsy LaPointe||Knight Cemetery|
Would you be able to tell me where the Knight Cemetery is in Shannon County?
|Norman A. Grooms||William Archer|
Chuck, thank you so much for the photo. I appreciate you taking the time to do this for me. Carman
|Carole Lee Alexander||Solomon Linville Ellis|
Thank you very much for the two very nice quality photos of Solomon's grave site. Carole
|JR||Sarah Ann Shinebarger Hobbs|
Thank you for visiting the Simeon Cemetery. The request had been in for quite a while.I really appreciate it.
Added by JR on Apr 03, 2015 5:18 PM
|Bonnie Schultz||Beer photo|
Thank you very much Bonnie
Why are you removing grave stone pictures from my Wirth family???????
|Phil & Kathi||Nathaniel Ballard|
Thank you very much for the great photo! We appreciate your time!!
Phil & Kathi
|David H. Eckert||Sones Family|
Thank you for photoing Arthur and William Sones Graves. All the best. David
|Suki Davey||RE: Crookston NE Cemetery|
Hi Chuck. I do remember Crookston and was very lucky the gate was open because I did have to drive a very long way through cattle to get there. Someone in town gave us directions and it was still a challenge! After the drive I would have climbed the fence - smile. I'm sorry I don't know who has a key, or even who would have a list of all the names in the cemetery. I wasn't sure I could get back so I photographed everything I could find. I was actually looking for a relative who died in 1905 in Crookston, Paul Didier. Unfortunately there were many unreadable markers. If you do find information on individuals buried there I would be most interested in Didiers. Regards, Suki Davey
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