|K & V (#47073167)|
| || member for 8 years, 22 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
We would like to say Thank You to the people that created Find A Grave for providing a wonderful place to store memorials. This site has provided us with information on some of our relatives so we decided to do our part to help others find theirs.
We would also like to thank all the volunteers that give so many hours of their valuable time to photographing and researching information for Find A Grave.
We heard once that if you haven't grown up by the age of 50, you don't have it! So we have decided not to grow up! We love living in and digging up the past. Do you remember as a kid playing in the attic of grandma & grandpa's house? We do. We still spend time in dusty attics, cemeteries, libraries, and courthouses researching family history. Genealogy researching has become a passion for us, along with our love for traveling.
K was raised in Nebraska. He is a retired Navy veteran with 23 years service. V was raised in Idaho. We both enjoy researching our family histories. We volunteer for several state archives creating indexes and organizing collections. We also index for Family Search. Our passion is to help others find their ancestors.
If you are trying to locate someone in your past or would like to get pictures of loved one's tombstones, please feel free to contact us. As we travel this great country of ours, we may be in the right place at the right time to help you.
We love chatting about genealogy and connecting people with their past.
God Bless You!
K & V
|Find A Grave Friends|
AM Garrison, Anne Cady, April Benedict, barbara/bonnie, Bev, Carlene Steel, Cathy Alton, Charles Lewis B..., Cindy Dodd, Conley Wolterma..., David Easter, Debra , Diane L. Teague..., Don, Earlene Taylor, Eva Goeken, Floral~Lady, Harold & Bonita..., HJ, Howard Martin, [View all Find A Grave Friends...]
|Messages left for K & V (340)||[Leave Message]|
A great picture. Thank you for taking it for me.
Added by A. S. on Nov 27, 2016 8:18 AM
|deanna french||RE: Woodbury Co. Bates photo|
I just came across a couple other "Old Soldiers" from Hamilton County that I would like to use. May I? # 37504334 and #37506138. There may be others I haven't discovered yet.This seems to be an extended project."Lots of "Boy's IN Blue" to find!
Of course, you will receive credit for this.
Have you checked out the Vermont site yet? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org) I'm sure you will enjoy it; there is so much to read, view & learn.
|Craig Hinz||Michael Ernest Welty|
Thank you so much for your time and efforts in getting this great picture! I have added it to our family records and noted the photo credit to you. Thanks again! Craig Hinz
|Julie Haws||Jack Vaughn Kirby|
Thanks for finding Jack's father. I was able to locate his parents on familysearch.org so I'm sending you an edit. Also, thanks for the beautiful grave photo you put on Jack's memorial.
|Bob Wilson||James & Tessie Alger grave photos|
Thank you very much for the quick work and great photo!
|Alex Roller||RE: Transfer of Memorials|
Dear Kim and Virginia,
Thank you for the offer. I have managed to transfer all but about 1000 of my memorials to relatives. I will transfer a number of my memorials to you for safe keeping. It will take me a few days. Watch for the transfers and please say 'uncle' if there are too many and you want me to stop.
Have a wonderful day!
|Alex Roller||RE: Montgomery in Sunset Memorial Park|
Dear Kim and Virginia,
Thank you very much for the photos. They are excellent! I am very grateful for your kindness and sincerely appreciate all your help.
I need a favor, please. Find-a-Grave only notified me of two photos you posted for me. I know I had more requests that two. Would you please send me the names for the photos you took so I can keep my records straight. Sometimes, my mind does not think clearly and I get a little confused.
Thanks so much for all your help.
Have a wonderful day!
|Alex Roller||Raymond Montgomery photo|
Thank you for the photo. I am grateful for your kindness and sincerely appreciate your help.
Have a great day!
|Bryan Anderson||Luther H Dill|
Dear K & V,
I am researching my paternal grandfather's army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. While training at Camp Funston, KS in 1918, he was a member of the 164th Depot Brigade, the same unit as Luther H. Dill.
I'm not sure where I'm going with my research, but I want to eventually publish something. It may be a book, an article, or something else. Should I publish something, may I have permission to use your photograph of Luther H. Dill's gravestone? I'm not even sure I use the photograph, but I want to be prepared.
With warm regards,
Find A Grave Memorial# 15058343
|[View all messages...]|