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|Peggy Buchanan||Sherman Heck headstone photo|
Thank you so very much for taking the headstone picture. You did a wonderful job and responded so quickly. It was very exciting to get your email today on it.
|Richard A Harris||Benjamin H Vinson|
Linda, Thank you for posting the gravestone photo of my ancestor Benjamin Vinson buried in Mount Hope Cemetery in San Diego, CA
|David||Find A Grave Memorial# 13030230|
Thank you for taking time to photograph this memorial.
Added by David on Sep 04, 2015 3:44 PM
You have in your data base the resting place of Leroy Orlando Hopperstad. He was married to Dagmar Jensen Bjornstad Hopperstad. Her first husband and daughter are entombed in the Cathedral Mausoleum of Greenwood Memorial Park in the same section as Leroy. I am wondering if Dagmar also "resides" there. I have been unable to find any information on her burial site. I would likewise be interested in knowing if another daughter, Marjorie Howard, is also resting in this mausoleum. Dagmar died in 1952, and Marjorie preceded her in 1950. Thank you for your help.
|v f||Archie Buggs|
Thank you so much for the beautiful photo!!
Added by v f on Apr 24, 2015 10:05 PM
My ancestor is Sarah Amy Keep Phillips. You started her page. Would you like to lighten your load and transfer to me?
Sarah A Phillips (San Diego, California)
My number 48658609
|Debbie Klotsche||Bertha Mae Turner Whipple-Greenwood Memorial Park|
Bertha Mae Turner Whipple
Do you mind if I use your Find A Grave photo on my ancestry family tree?
|Nancy Ziemba Gleaton||Re: #25728410 John Brunson|
Don't know if you can read the headstone better than I, but does it say he died "aged one hundred and TEN years"? Quite a feat by anyone's reckoning!
I saw your message regarding Dulcie Ellis on Roger's findagrave page. My husband's relatives came from the Spruce Pine NC area, and there appear to be many variations of the spelling of the name Cresawn/Crisson/Chrisson/Creasson, etc. My husband's great-grandmother was Naomia Cresawn Mace, #129861690 (memorial created by F-A-G volunteer Ruth). You may have already checked these other spellings, but just thought I'd offer them to you, just in case. I know Roger has used Crisson for some of his memorials. Good luck!
Added by Rosie on Dec 14, 2014 7:44 PM
|Norman Harrison||Headstone Furtick|
Thank you for adding the picture of the Furtick Headstone for Willie and Sarah Furtick. Is it located at Sardis?
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