|Robert Lee||RE: Gertrude Trout Wissinger|
Thank you; common sense should have told me that. Apparently my supply ran out that day.
|Jeff Sheaffer||Thank You|
I appreciate you taking time out of your busy day to conduct research with local historical society and to capture the photo of John Summers (Memorial# 21247699) grave site.
It's people like you that help make Find-a-Grave such an excellent research tool.
|judy s||OAk Ridge cem|
Katherine Beahm Bickel--Dennis, Thank you very much for the grave photos for this family! Very much appreciate your time & effort! Judy
Added by judy s on Jul 10, 2014 5:35 PM
|Robert Lee||Gertrude Trout Wissinger|
Hello Dennis. Please forgive me for the long delay with this reply. Thank you for the photo of Gertrude Wissinger's grave marker. I am however, a bit confused. The photo shows a hand-made sign with "Find a Grave and 109" on it. To the right is a grave marker with nothing readable on it. Please provide more information if possible. Thank you.
|Donna J Breuer||Dennis|
Thank you for your help and telling us the grave is unmarked we appreciate your help
Thank you for letting me know that Marhta's grave is unmarked. I like the white sign you use to mark the plot.
Added by ncsearch on Jun 24, 2014 4:06 PM
|ncsearch||Paul Knipple photo|
Thank you for the photo and location of little Paul's marker. I wasn't even sure he had a headstone - glad to see it even if it is very weathered. Thanks again.
Added by ncsearch on Jun 10, 2014 8:59 AM
|PJ Monroe||L. Lear Photo|
Thank you, Dennis, for taking the photo of L. Lear's marker and posting it on his memorial page. You have a wonderful weekend.
|Conservative Patriot||Samuel Young|
Thanks for the Samuel Young photo.
|Allison Nepper Hales||Charles Wertz|
Thank you for the photo. It's always sad to find relatives that don't have stones. I appreciate your extra effort to document his plot. Allison
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