|Jim Herman (#47375448)|
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On the move. . . "Road trip, following the breadcrumbs"!|
The purpose of surfing the internet is so you can find something, a clue to your relatives and what happened to them. What and where they ended up can be surprising. And the purpose of my posting photos in "cyberspace" is so people can find it and use it! You do not need my permission to use photographs...
It is disheartening when I read other profiles that make demands of recognition. Sounds like self gratification?
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Thank you for transferring the management of cousin Iney's memorial to me. (I forgot to ask for her husband)! If you don't mind, I'd like him too. =)
Added by moxie on Jun 15, 2014 12:33 PM
|Barbara A. in CA||Robert and Marie Page|
Thank you again for the photos and for identifying the correct cemetery. Very Much appreciated.
|Jennifer Bauer||Allens in Masonic Memorial Gardens|
Excellent photos! Thank you!!
|Bucky Sewell||William M. Sewell|
I want to thank you, Mr. Herman, for photographing my father's marker. I live in Arkansas and it was going to be difficult for me to travel to Reno. Again, thank you very much for your time and effort. Bucky Sewell
|Christy Russell||Emma Russell|
Thank you for taking the time to find and photograph the headstone of Emma Russell. It was greatly appreciated!
|Jenee||Marion Salgo pic|
Oh my! I was going thru old emails and discovered this wonderful response from you! I had given up.
Wow--it really hits the heart. I want to express my gratitude to you and your effort---this really fills a void.
Thank you so much, Mr. Herman!
Added by Jenee on May 03, 2014 8:21 PM
|Connie Saculla||John McGinley|
That's a great photo and arrow marking his buriel spot. Thank-you so much, is his headstone back on his grave now? The other photo was taken in Stockton where his headstone was found a few weeks ago.
Appreciate all you do!
|Irene Petersen Hoefer||William G. Skinner|
I am trying to find information on William G Skinner buried at Angelus in Los Angeles. I believe he was married to my great great aunt. They would have been married sometime after 1870 until she died in 1881. Her name was Annie Hoskins. They had at least 2 children, possibly 3. There are 2 infant grave sites at her grave site. Plus I believe she had another daughter Ada in 1877. Ada shows up on a 1880 census with a William Skinner and a Lovina Skinner as her grandma. Ada and her mother Annie are not mentioned in the bio you have for William, do you think they are possibly the same people?? Annie was originally from Missouri then her family moved to Sonoma County in 1862. She is buried in Liberty Cemetery in Petaluma. Thanks for your help.
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