|Joseph Mann (#47294599)|
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|Beverly Osman Morris||Edward & Beatrice Monamat|
Sorry it's taken me so long to thank you. I appreciate your taking the photo of their shared crypt at Greenwood Cemetery on February 26th.
~Blessings, Bev in Calif.
|Bryan Anderson||Edward Lestrade|
I just wanted to take a moment and thank you for uploading the photograph of Edward Lestrade's military headstone. This is indeed the fellow I was looking for. The 89th Division was primarily made up of the states roughly surrounding Nebraska during WWI, but it seems there are a few areas from Kentucky and Louisiana that also helped make up the division.
It's because of your contribution that I'm able to discover these things.
|L G Shinn||RE: Greenwood Cemetery|
I saw that! Thank you. I'm working on links too.
|L G Shinn||Greenwood Cemetery|
Joseph, thank you so much for the burial marker photos for Gerald Puneky and his wife Cornelisa. Your work for this web site is much appreciated!
L Gayle Shinn
|Pat Armstrong Watkins||Catherine Mills DeLavallade HS Photo|
Thank you very much for taking a photo of my Aunt's headstone with that of her husband.
I really do appreciate it and you too!
|Dean Reid||William McBride Headstone|
Thank you so much for taking the photo of William McBride's headstone at Chalmette National Cemetery. He was a great-great Uncle of mine. He and his father, David McBride (My great-great Grandfather are both buried in Chalmette. William was wounded at Vicksburg while a member of C Co. 7th Bn Mississippi Volunteers, CSA. He was captured and paroled but then later deserted and joined the Union Army at Ft. Pike Louisiana along with his father. Both died in the summer of 1864. There were about 200 men from Jones County, MS who volunteered for the Union Army in Mar 1864. It's a long story but ended sadly for many.
|Kate Cuneo||Wm. Badgley|
|Mary Agnes Hammett||RE: Naquin and Jenniskens|
Thank you, Joe. My internet and Wi-Fi has been down since early yesterday. Just now getting to emails about the photos. Really cannot thank you enough.
|Patrick||Andrew A. Timlin|
Find A Grave Memorial# 90035516
Thank you for posting the photo on his memorial.
Added by Patrick on Apr 28, 2015 9:07 PM
You are so wonderful!!! Thanks for the lovely pictures you took. I appreciate your help so much. As I find family members, and the pictures you have taken for me helps to me to see just what kind of condition their resting places are in. If I can ever return the favor, all you have to do is ask.
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