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|Sue Seeterlin Rice||Glenn Alan Tompkins|
Thank you for adding the Personal information for Glen Tompkins #124027213. I see now that his mother was Virginia Fraley, not Helen. I looked up her last name on the Coffelt Report, info for KIA's.
|Connie Lou||RE: HaPpY BiRtHdAy~~~~~!!!!!!!|
Thank you Mr. Birely! I would have to do mega pictures to catch up to you. That is almost improbable.
Thanks so much for the birthday greetings fellow cemetery walker.
Thank you for the photos of the LeFevre headstone.
|Carl Catherman||Maud Ortmeier|
Thank you very much for updating her memorial.
|Connie Lou||RE: Bernard and Eva Johnson|
You are welcome. They were photo requests from Linda Monroe, and if you check my messages, you will read that this couple is her second great-grandparents. Looks like a transfer Mr. Birely. What say you?
Greetings from Casper
|ranny||Naomi Marguerite O'Guin Davis|
Thanks for the update!
Randy O'Guin, ranny Find A Grave 47208269
Part of my One Name Study of the O'Guins/O'Quins
Added by ranny on Jul 28, 2015 6:01 PM
|Michele (Dieter) Turney||My parents headstone picture|
thank you so much for taking the picture of my parents headstone Richard and Ruth Dieter! The last time I got to see it was when I scattered my moms ashes on her side of the stone. I really appreciate getting this picture thank you again.
|Kevin Kleckner||Jennie Kleckner Cross|
Thanks so much for adding a grave picture for Aunt Jennie.
I've added a picture of the Reverend Cross on his memorial if you are interested.
I had her listed as born in Kent, and you pointed out the cemetery record has her born in Pearl City. Pearl City is likely more correct than Kent, but the family was living on a 40 acre farm near Loran. I suspect she was born there, but her father was away at the Civil War, and her mom could well have been staying in Pearl City at the time. The family moved to Pearl City in 1865.
|JSOrorke||RE: Jesse Holly|
Yesterday I went to the Dixon Library and looked up their cemetery listing for Franklin Grove. This list came from a cemetery walk that was done in 1990, I believe. Whoever did it at that time listed that stone as saying "Grandfather." And they found no other Hollys in the cemetery (nor have I). There is a Holley, but of a much later vintage. For now I think I'm going to delete my "Unknown Holly" and add those photos to Jesse's memorial page. Thanks for your input!
Added by JSOrorke on Jul 19, 2015 9:50 AM
|Wayne Ainsworth||Ainsworth Grave Marker|
Thank you so much for posting the photo of the grave marker for Henry C. Ainsworth and his wife, Emma Miller Ainsworth. You have provided a tremendous service for me and the other genealogists in this line of the Ainsworth family.
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