|Deborah R. (#47066664)|
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|In the past two years have gotten the genealogy bug in a major way! Found this site and had much success in filling in the blanks on the family tree. |
Mother of four grown children, and two granddaughters. Work for the local library system, so you can see where I get the ability to dig! The ladies at work ask every week if I'm grave hunting. They call these weekends "Debbie Digs Dead People" weekends. Might get a shirt with this printed.
If you wish to use any of my headstones, please send me a message.
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|Tim Farnham||RE: Calvin Horn|
Of Course you may copy the photo of your cousin...I wish I had more to share. The photo was from my dad's pilot training yearbook.
When I added the photo of Irene Bohannon's gravestone to your memorial page to fulfill your photo request, I noticed that the stone did not include her death year.
I also created a memorial page for Irene's husband, Walter, with a photo.
Added by LShue on Aug 10, 2015 6:08 PM
|Tammy Gephardt||John Gephardt|
Good Afternoon! Hi Deborah, my name is Tammy Gephardt. I am the Great Grand Niece of John Gephardt and Henrietta Gephardt. I have spent the last 2 years trying to piece together my Gephardt Clan. I stumbled across your Memorial of my Great Uncle. I was wondering if you'd mind transferring the care of his Memorial over to me. I would certainly appreciate it. John Gephardt is buried in Louden Park Cemetery in Baltimore City, Baltimore Maryland. His Memorial #70204268. He was my Father's Uncle. I am the only one in the family doing any kind of Family History.
Thank you again for having created this wonderful Memorial for me to find. It's greatly appreciated.
Great Grand Niece of John Gephardt
|Diane Bixler||Thank you|
Thank you for all you do. It means a lot to people. Although there is no marker for my GG Grandmother. I know she is there, the records are from the office at Highland.
Diane Kemper Bixler
|LShue||wife of Charles Baker|
I found the marker for Charles Baker's wife, Maryclaire, next to him in Parkwood Cemetery, so I took a photo of it and created a memorial page for her as well.
Added by LShue on Jul 07, 2015 8:41 PM
Thank You so much for the very fast transfer of Preston, very much appreciated.
|Donna Eanes Blum||#108288612|
Hello. I was wondering if I could perhaps manage this site. I have the relationships for this person and she fits into a pretty large family.
Most Holy Redeemer,
I apologize I posted a different Rose Shafer to her memorial and then I deleted it, also the section MM edit I sent you belongs to the other Rose.
Added by Michelle on Oct 25, 2014 12:31 PM
|Karl Stelly||Donald McSherry|
I was wondering if you had seen my edits sent for his place of birth and death. I'm wondering if you had somehow missed seeing this info from me.
Thanks and Regards,
|Glenn||Susan Courtice Homrighausen|
Do you have a family connection with Susan? I research the Homrighausen name and was curious.
Added by Glenn on Jul 28, 2014 5:36 AM
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