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Thank you very much for the Odell marker. Janet
|Karl Mousley||Georg Sweinhard/t Memorial# 58715816|
Today I was at the New Hanover Lutheran Church cemetery looking for Georg and Elinora Scheinhard's graves. There appears to be a George Schweinhart (the t and d are hard to tell apart - written in an ornate german script) but this one appears to have been born 1725 and died at age 60 and was a Revolutionary war veteran. If you would like this photo - let me know and I'll email it to you. Might this be their son? If so, I search the area closely and could not find the parents - just Schweinhard/ts that were slightly later (one generation?)
And this grave is literally the first row behind the church.
|Janice Loggins Luper||THANK YOU!|
You recently fulfilled a photo request by taking pictures of my families headstones. I just wanted to send a personal thanks. I appreciate it very much.
I do appreciate the photo(s) of the Sturgess
|Velocistar237||Santa Fe Nat'l|
Thanks for the marker photo for Gutierrez. Much appreciated. ~V237
|Bruce Wertz||Las Vegas, New Mexico Masonic Cemetery|
Thank you for all the tombstone pictures that you took and posted at findagrave.com
Thank you for taking the photos for the Fitch family (Eva,Frank,Eliza and Daniel) at the Masonic Cemetery, Las Vegas. With appreciation, Leila
Added by Leila on Mar 26, 2011 7:46 PM
|J Geoghan||Rosario Cem|
Thanks for the picture of John Levi Mattingly at Rosario Cem. A great help to me!! - Jennifer
|dragonswolf||RE: Thank you|
You are very welcome! I am always glad to help if I can! I did locate some of the other Surguy photos you requested, however, a couple are broken. I think when it gets warmer and the ground thaws enough to get the broken piece up, there should be a chance to get the top piece and hold them together for a photo. There are also more Davis stones there if you are interested. Check this website (http://www.fulco.lib.in.us/genealogy/cemeteries.htm). Sand Hill is in Richland Township, Fulton County, Indiana. There are many volunteers in this area, so I am sure when the weather gets better (for taking photos) your other requests will get fulfilled. If there is anything else I can do, please let me know.
Have a blessed day!
Thank you for taking the time out of your day to visit the cemetery and for taking these great photos.
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