|Amy Barry (#48059017)|
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I am interested in my main family lines of: Duff, Burt, Miller, Harrow, Turnbow and Larsen. I create pages of relatives or their spouses. If you feel there is a page that should belong to you please send me a note.|
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|James Standing||Mary Standing|
Thanks again for your help.
|Nancy||Bernis George Dangerfield|
Thank you for your time and effort looking for Bernis. Good to know he is there by other Dangerfields, even though there is no stone. Nancy
Added by Nancy on Feb 26, 2014 5:56 PM
|Jennifer Merry||Headstone Photos|
Thank you for the headstones photos you have taken for me of ROBINSON and ALLEN. I really appreciate all of your time.
|Jason O'Driscoll||Earl Taylor|
Thanks for looking for Earl's headstone, that is to bad that none was found.
|Jason O'Driscoll||William Smith|
Thanks for your time in looking for his headstone.
|Joan Gill||Robert Schafer|
Amy - thanks again for your good work. See their grave stones brings them closer with good solid information.
Thank you for the beautiful photo of his headstone- I was so thrilled to see that- I really appreciate it. Thank you again!
Have a nice evening! ;)
Added by SRBentz on Feb 23, 2014 5:24 PM
|Gary Mowrey||Find A Grave Memorial# 124714372|
Thank you for the photo of the grave location for Rhoda Ann Palmer.
I am surprised to hear the cemetery doesn't know the grave location. I think I will call them on Monday. I have Plot: 387 Block 4 - Lot 7. I don't want to use it if it isn't correct.
I sure appreciate your help.
|Debbie Howard||RE: The Ballou Children|
Thank you so much for all of your help Amy. Sorry for the double posting earlier, but I was having some trouble getting the message to post for me.
|Debbie Howard||The Ballou Children|
Thank you so much for the picture of their final resting place in the Salt Lake City Cemetery. I am not surprised there is no stone there, but how in the world did you find it? I am guessing that you must know where the lots are, but I am just mostly curious for the sake of my family history. Your help is very much appreciated :)
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