|Tim & Gail (#46836128)|
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|James||Sounds like my dad, did the best he could, wasn't much.|
A lot of people, from broken homes, join the military to find a new family. A source of stability and strength to live on. A broken home affects one more than most could ever imagine. This is my story too, I took the same path. Broken home joined the military to get away from it all and to find a stable environment, it was a blessing for me.
Added by James on Dec 24, 2014 12:08 PM
|Little Lady||RE: Mary Palmer|
Thank you for the information. I know you aren't supposed to do it, but I just added a new memorial on there with the information I needed. I am pretty new at this. Well the findagrave thing. Been doing my family history for a few years now. I will look into contacting someone to get the changes made.
|Anonymous||Request for photo of Elizabeth Rebecca Carter Memorial|
My wife and I documented the grave stones in Cottonwood Cemetery a couple of years ago for the Flint Hills Genealogical Society. We had John Carter's memorial stone in our file but not a photo for Elizabeth Rebecca Carter. I returned today (12-13-14) and confirmed there is no stone for Elizabeth; I also checked all four sides of John's and the only inscription is on one side pertaining to John.
|Becky Doan||RE: Jehu and Alfred Carter|
Glad to help. I was working on another Carter mystery in Maplewood Memorial Lawn, and saw info for Alfred and J.P's brother Lindley in that cemetery...and so off I went on a hunt for more info! Someone had uploaded some Gazette scans of obits on Ancestry.com so typed out what I could. I am from Emporia, and am curious to find so many people who lived at the "town" Plymouth because it is mainly a sign on the road now, with a handful of houses. It was interesting that J.P. was helping to build the MWA building! I will have to try to find some pictures now. Also, Toledo. I know it is a neighborhood, but didn't really realize there was any type of town there. This stuff is too addicting when I have other things to do..... better get busy! Becky
Thank You for the Dodge Headstone Pics in the Brady Cemetery.
|Mary Watts||Ralph Dowling and Agusta Dowing Hughes|
Thank you so much for the gravestone photos. I appreciate all the efforts of the Find A Grave Contributors.
|Teddi Essig||James and Adeline Pag e|
Thank you so much for the picture of their headstone. Its perfect
|Michauel Bryan||Cox Cemetery photo|
Tim and Gail, I appreciate you taking time away from your day to travel to Cox Cemetery, locate the marker, take the great photo and then posting it.
You Find A Grave photo volunteers do a great service!
Thanks kindly for the photos, happy trails
|Vicki ||Amy Anderson|
Thank you so much for taking the time to get the great photo and putting it in Find A Grave.
With much appreciation
Added by Vicki on Oct 09, 2014 2:04 PM
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