|Rockville Bell||Marion A. Powers|
I have family information for Marion. Her maiden name was Caine. It would be great if you could attach her to her parents: Benjamin Caine #75912373 and Lucy Mable Shelton Caine #81017782. She is now attached to her spouse George Franklin Powers #172678732 but I would appreciate it if you could attach the photo of their shared headstone.
|Jessica Gourley||John G Gourley|
I really appreciate that you took those pictures of My 3X great grandfather's grave. I was wondering if I could have your permission to use them on a blog I am creating for him. Thank you for your time and effort!
|Rick France||Daniel Lantz grave|
Hi, you took a picture for me several years ago of the Daniel Lantz grave near Granger, WY. I am wondering of you would help me some more - pinpoint its location. If you can provide some details about the location, please email me at Rfrance8094 -at- gmail.com
|Cenita Quick||Neal Cornelius Donohoo|
Thank you so much for all your time and efforts to get pictures of his grave. As a fellow volunteer, I thank you. Happy grave hunting in the future. CJ
Please transfer Elmer and Virginia Danks to me -- they are my direct line grandparents... 39758342 and 39758374
Thank you very much -- I appreciate it
|Marilyn ML||Gregory Stones|
After I pushed my photo request button I thought, it's January in Wyoming, I have a lot of nerve asking for someone to go out in the snow and cold to take a photo of my cousins gravestone. But go you did and ever so quickly at that. Your photos are clear and perfect, thank you, thank you. The family of Alma and Bonnie appreciate your efferts very much.
|Kat Carter||Stewart Gates|
Thank you so much for the photo. It is very much appreciated. May the kindness you so freely give to others be multiplied tenfold in your life.
|Don Bennett||RE: Mary Griffis|
Happy to do it. I also made some other Griffis's Memorials and posted some other photos. Don
Please transfer Owen Greene 26709568 and his sister Claudia Jean Greene 26709564 to me. These are my cousins.
|Robin Arvickson||RE: Sabrina Acers McCommons|
Thank you for contacting me about Sabrina McCommons. When I looked at her memorial I realized that I had listed Sabrina and her husband in the Springfield Cemetery - that's incorrect. They are in the Hope Cemetery. I've corrected the memorials. I remember being at their graves, but it's been about 10 years or so. I included James McCommons in my first War of 1812 graves book. If you would like the memorials I'll be glad to transfer them to you.
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