|Rick Cuthbert (#46784985)|
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My father began adding entries to the Flagler, CO cemetery a few years ago. He now rests there and I am continuing to add entries to my hometown cemetery, and ultimately I will be there too.|
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Thanks for the transfer of Betty's memorial.
Very much appreciated.
Added by GLG on Apr 03, 2016 4:05 PM
Rick, I would like your permission to use the photo you took of Lydia & Joseph McCart's grave stone in my ancestry family tree. Thank you for considering and for volunteering your time for others :) RC
Added by RC on Mar 10, 2016 9:48 AM
|Peggy Snell Gwinnup||Grave marker of L.S.|
I was in Flagler several year ago, and took a photo of a marker that I think was my great great grandmother, Lucia Shaffer. She was Stella Groves' mother. I cannot find that photo and wondering if you have one in your files, or have you seen the marker. It just states L.S. I think. If so, please let me know.
|M Schlaegel||Margaret E Strohmeyer|
Here are the Find A Grave Memorial numbers for Margaret's parents:
Find A Grave Memorial# 98407696
Find A Grave Memorial# 98408237
Margaret is my great great aunt.
Hi Rick, I wondered if your memorial #15792973 is that one of author Florence Cronise.
Here is a link to a book by her:
Added by MPM77 on May 03, 2015 8:06 AM
|chrissyhorn2||Cora Pearl Fields #18010964|
Hi Rick, I was wondering if you are related to Cora Fields? She is the sister of my great-grandfather. If you're not related, I was wondering if you wouldn't mind transferring her memorial to me? Thank you!
|Karen S. Cowger||Bigelow - Vona Cemetery|
Elizabeth Henrietta (Fuhlendorf) Bigelow
Gustav Fuhlendorf (1856 - 1947)
Freidreka Mohr Fuhlendorf (1861 - 1939)
# 94699715 – requested dates to be corrected
Lizzie was my Great Aunt.
Karen S. Cowger (#47092422)
|Chuck Schubert||Flagler Cemetery|
What a nice job you have done on the flagler Cemetery ion Colorado. Nice Job.
|Veterans Researcher||Lundie L. Sparks (1915-1945)|
Lt. Sparks was from Lamar County, Texas. He was the first husband of Ruby Dorsey Sparks Hollenbaugh who is also buried in the Flagler Cemetery. Here in Paris, Lamar Co., Tx. we are building a Veterans Memorial to honor the men from this area who served their country. Lt. Sparks will be on the Ring of Honor because he lost his life while in the service of his country. We would like to ask permission to use the photograph of his headstone as part of his biography at our website. (See Red River Valley Veterans Memorial www.rrvvm.com ). Please join us as we honor our veterans...
|Jan||RE: Verhoeff and Strode|
Thank you so much!
Added by Jan on Mar 13, 2013 3:18 PM
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