|Chip Rowe (#47790287)|
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I began researching my family history as a teenager, with the help of my grandmothers. Many people were very generous with their time over the years and my contributions to this site and others are given in appreciation.|
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|Bill Bloom||RE: Darlington photos|
You're most welcome, Chip. Glad to be of help.
|John W. Van Dyke||Jannetje Van Voorhis Brinckerhoff|
I'd like to "Thank You" for posting Jannetje's headstone photo. I will use it in my research and provide proper credit to you on the photo and provide a copyright symbol to it.
|helen grace||Anna Catharina Detlefsen Goldhorn Grave|
Thank you SO much for taking this photograph of my Great Aunts Grave
Helen J Grace Melbourne AUS
Thank you SO much for taking photos of my Great Aunt's Headstone
I really appreciate your time and patience
Helen Cooper Grace
|Edward MacDonald||Wells photos|
Thank you for your effort posing the gravestone photos of my wife's relation. We live 1000mi from the site.
Edward and Donna Monroe MacDonald
|Bob Orr||Cold Spring Cem.|
Chipp - Thanks for the John Brook tombstone and that of the Hrusa photos.
Added by Bob Orr on Jun 25, 2014 7:34 AM
|Gail Morgan||Mary Ann Pellitier|
Thank you for your response for the photo of Mary Pelletier, wife of Thomas Pelletier.
I have found no information on where their only living child & daughter Florence E. Pelletier was buried. There was another earlier child who did not live long.
Gail T. Morgan
|NikB||Frank, Hilda & Margaret Eignor|
Thanks for posting the great photos. Appreciate your time! NikB
Added by NikB on Jun 16, 2014 8:42 AM
|Pam Wagler||John Barton|
Chip...Thank you SOOOO much for taking the time and effort to do this for me. It will help so much and as it's so far away, it's something I couldn't do myself.
Again, Thank you!
Yours in genealogy,
|Merrill Austin||James McGinnity|
Thanks for your efforts to find the grave of James McGinnity. His death certificate indicates that he was buried here, so 0-156 must be his (unmarked)grave. The gravestone you did find and photograph was his mother's gravestone, Anna McGinnity. You mentioned that the cemetery records suggest that there are four McGinnity graves in this section. If you still have the names, I would appreciate having those, as they are probably relatives. I will cancel my photo request, as I don't want other volunteers to spin their wheels looking for James! Thanks very much!
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