|Kay Knobeloch (#47007955)|
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I'm an avid hiker, amateur photographer, incurable history buff, and research librarian. Originally from Pennsylvania, I moved to Indiana in 2006. I will happily transfer management, make corrections, or add information for any memorial I've created. You may also use any photographs I've taken for your own family trees, Ancestry.com, and other genealogical purposes.|
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|Ken LaMont||Duplicate Photo|
The same photo for your memorial 59834093 also appears on memorial 102728592. Both can't be correct. Whose photo is it and which memorial does it really belong to?
|Remember the beyond||Find A Grave Memorial# 152210309|
Garnett Paul Jones, thank you so much for taking headstone photo, thank you, thank you, thank you
Thank you so much for going to the cemetery to take the photo of the headstone for my relative, Mary Alice White Ryan.
I greatly appreciate your courtesy and kindness!
Thank you for taking and posting the Gregg family tombstones. It is greatly appreciated especially since I can no longer walk cemeteries due to back problems.
Added by Donna on May 05, 2016 11:59 AM
|Albert Steinhauer||Glenn Howard Gates|
Thanks for the grave photo
|judy carney peacock||Paul Peacock|
Kay thank you so much for the photos! Paul is my husband and you helped complete his memorial.
|judy carney peacock||Raymond Keeley|
Kay thanks so much for the photo. It helps to complete his memorial.
A greatly appreciated thank you from one Pennsylvanian to another! I was expecting the photo of Blodwyn's and possibly Frank, however your kindness to add the obituary for Frank is more than I expected.
Thank you for going the extra mile!
Added by JIP on Mar 29, 2016 6:06 AM
|Ralph Harris||Philip Ray Correll|
Thank you so much for the great tombstone photo for Philip Ray Correll. It is very greatly appreciated.
|Tom Pottenger||The Groovers in Oak Hill|
Thank you so much for your efforts to find and take photos of these grave markers. It helps greatly.
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