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Self-appointed family genealogist. Been working on our family's history for many years. If there is a family member of any internment that I have entered, and you would like to take over the ownership of that memorial page, please contact me thru the edit button and I will be happy to transfer ownership. Or if I have entered any information that is incorrect please contact me for a correction. I want to keep the information as accurate as possible.|
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Thank you for the photo for Othal and his wife!
|Becky||Chester J. Lytle|
Thank you so much for transferring Chester's memorial to me. I appreciate your taking care of him.
Added by Becky on Sep 13, 2016 3:03 PM
|WANDA VAN WINKLE||HENRY L STRAHAN MARRIED TO ORA ALMA STRAHAN|
Henry had three names. Henry Calvin Leroy Strahan. He went by Cal. He was my grandfather.
|WANDA VAN WINKLE||ORA ALMA JACKSON STRAHAN|
This name is listed as ALVA. Her name was Alma. She was my grandmother.
|Douglas C. Johnson||Memorial Image|
My name is Douglas C. Johnson and I was wondering if I could have your permission to use your photograph of the graves of Donald "Don" Houck and Mable Houck (maiden name unknown) at Blue Eye Cemetery in Blue Eye, Stone County, Missouri on the FamilySearch Family Tree website. I would of course list it with full credit given to you for the use of the image.
|Darrel||RE: Effie Lavada Bailey Flood|
No I owe you a huge thank you for all the updates on all the family graves I have been finding while doing genealogy research. You have been a blessing.
Added by Darrel on Jun 08, 2016 6:41 PM
|Sherry Stout-Deetz||RE: Charles Pizetta|
Thank you SO much. Your picture is so much cleaner & clearer than the one I took about 6 weeks ago!! I saved yours to my my computer because it is so good. Thank you! Do you put chalk on the fronts & in the engraving to make it show up better? I need to make a run to Arkansas & try and get a better pic of my G.G. Grandfather's stone. You simply cannot read what it says in my photo. I need to research a temporary way to photograph them better.
Thank you again for the transfer and for your continuation on find a grave. These listing are priceless for those of us researching our family history.
I am Glenda McClelland, Co-State Director for Kansas Gravestones Organization. I would like to have your permission to use your photographs from Find A Grave and use them on our site, Kansasgravestones.org. We are just starting up and looking for help in obtaining pictures for Kansas. We will give you full credit for your photos. I have seen your gravestone photos and they are great. I would like to thank you for your good work that you do for Find A Grave. It is a wonderful endeavor that is being done so family and friends can see where their loved ones are resting. It is a great opportunity for those who are unable to visit at the graveside of those they cherished and loved.
Thank you and I do hope we can be of service to you sometime. Please get in touch with me at the following email address: email@example.com.
Co-State Director for Kansas Gravestone
Added by glmc on May 06, 2016 6:32 PM
|Leon Barton||RE: William E McGinnis|
Thank you very much. With information, I willdo a little more research. Hope you are doing well. I can't do cemeteries any more so spend a lot of time on the computer and wood carving,
|Leon Barton||William E McGinnis|
Hello Marla, long time no talk.I have a question on William E McGinnis. I see you are managing his memorial. Was he in the military. I see he has what appears to be a veteran marker by his gravestone and at the bottom there is a inscription that I can't make out. Looks like it says "But. R 5th F. A." Do you know what war and what unit he might have been in? I am in the process of entering pictures of gravestones on the site called Kansas Gravestones. I was asked to enter my pictures on this site. They make a special entry for veterans.
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