|MO||Diana Taylor message to MO.|
Are you kin to any LaBruyere's or Maurice. My friends parent's were Taylor and you look like her mother.(If this picture of Bessie James is you.) LaBruyere and Maurice was her mother's parent's last names.
Added by MO on Jun 09, 2016 8:12 PM
Thank you for the link.
Added by D Snyder on Feb 01, 2014 11:36 PM
Thanks for taking Mary Hufstetler's grave picture for me! You are so awesome! :)
|24th Infantry Division TAPS||John P. Farrar|
Thanks for the photo
|Christina Martin||James Beasley|
Thank you so much for finding and photographing the headstone and cemetery entrance. It can be so difficult sometimes to travel to the places you want to research. But it's volunteers like you who make it possible to get the photos and info that you need when you can't travel.
Have a great day!!
Thanks for the Chaffin photo from Croft Cemetery. Very nice.....Craig Burton
|Donald Thorn||J R Penny|
Thank you very much for taking time to get this photo
Thanks for the tombstone photo!
Added by Pamela on Jun 08, 2013 5:31 PM
Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph the Orick tombstones. I appreciate your kindness.
|Nancy Ann Mull Buchanan||RE: Martin Gamroth|
I am actually looking for Nancy (Brewer) Spalding Leiss. She is my husband's great great grandmother. (Garmroth's relative's, too.) She was married a couple of times and had children with both husbands. Both of her husbands died fairly young, so she lived (and moved) with her children. Although I am not sure, I'm wondering if she died in Arkansas (or somewhere else) and her body was sent back (home-not even sure where that is!) to where her first husband (W.F. Spalding--great--no real first name!) was buried? I'm hoping time will tell and I will be able to find a death record soon! (With a name like Leiss, it's very hard to read in cursive handwriting. E's can look like I's. S's can look like N's. So, finding the name is like looking for the "needle in the haystack"!) Thank you for the work that you do, and I will keep you in my prayers to keep you healthy and strong. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
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