|Schott Family||RE: Millie Bethenia Devoo|
|Megan ||Minahan Photo|
Thank you Pat for allowing me the use of your photo of the grave of Eben Thomas Minahan. It will add to the family graves within my family tree program. As I live in Australia it was always going to be a bit difficult to obtain a photo unless through people like yourself.
Thank you again, Megan in Mount Gambier, South Australia.
Added by Megan on May 14, 2013 9:55 PM
|Marigay ||RE: George Albert Workman, Jr.|
Okay, they are yours. My grandfather was also
a George - George Simpson WORKMAN. Marigay
Added by Marigay on Apr 22, 2010 11:46 PM
|Jennifer Bauer||Maginn Family Plot|
My dad's name was Pat; today would have been his birthday and I received your wonderful photos of his family plot and the grave markers of his grandparents, aunt, and uncles that are hundreds of miles from me; thank you for your beautiful work.
-Jennifer Maginn Bauer
Thank you for the grave photo. I've been to the cemetery a few times (Nancy was my mother), and my three brothers and I are trying to save up some money for a headstone. While most of the graves are unmarked, the locations of the deceased are known to and passed down by the Maidu tribe in the area. I think that my youngest brother knows just where everyone is, and their relationship to him!
Added by Jeanie on Apr 09, 2009 11:45 AM
Thanks so much for your time and effort.
Would be very nice if his descendants
would have a marker made for him.
God bless. TJ
Added by tjvon on Mar 31, 2009 9:20 AM
|David O. Powell||Andrew Finley, Sr. memorial|
Again, thank you for the photo's from Gold Run Cemetery. They add true significance to the memorial. I will update this memorial when the facts are in order.
David O. Powell
Hey Pat...glad to be able to help you our with the Gower's!!
|Michael Malone||Adair Cemetery Sign|
Pat, the sign was created by the Ellsworth Family Trust. I do not have contact information but you may want to Google Edmund Ellsworth and Adair Cemetery and see what pops up. I don't get up there very often but the next time I am up there I will look around.
Regards, Michael Malone