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|I am the wife of my best friend, a Mother of 3 sons, Step-Mother of 3 sons, Mother-in-Law to 5 Daughters-In-Law, Grandmother to 4 girls and 6 boys.I have a great interest in who and where I came from. I want to be able to pass what I find down to my descendants. I have been doing my own family research for quite some time and seriously doing research for about 10 years. I travel a lot so I have the chance to visit cemeteries across the country. I have found so much good information on Find A Grave. I began looking at Find A Grave as a way to help others also. I hope to get as many memorials up as time allows.I strive to get the best and most readable photos of each headstone. I know the importance of accuracy in our research. I also know that everyone makes some mistakes and I welcome corrections. I am a bit of a stickler for details so I do request corrections of errors I find. I hope that doesn't offend anyone. I will happily transfer management of any of the memorials to family members, which is where they should be. I appreciate all of the contributors who's work has helped me. I am grateful to everyone who has been generous enough to transfer the fruits of their labors to me in order to allow me to link and ad family data to my memorials. I live in Otero County, CO and can also take photos in Prowers, Bent, Crowley, Pueblo, Las Animas,and Baca Counties.|
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|Connie Yokum||Thank You|
Thanks for the photo of Ocie Bell's stone. I really appreciate the photo.
|Deloris Eastland||RE: Jemina Hawken|
The Little Kansas Cemetery has only five graves I believe. It is on a extremely large farm I think my husbands cousin said 50,000 acres. He got in touch with the people that owns the farm took them to the cemetery. And you have to have a heavy duty truck to get to it. His wife Denise Duncan put the pictures on Face Book. Don't know if they got all the names of the people in that cemetery. If you have Face Book you could send her a message. Or I can talk to her if you would like. Let me know either way. Take care.
|Jane Marie Morrison||Clarence & Ada Leatherwood|
Thank you so much for the beautiful headstone photos! You and they are deeply appreciated.
Thank you ever so much for taking those WONDERFUL tombstone pictures of my Norton family in La Junta. I really appreciate the different views and close ups. You took tombstone pictures just like I like to do - showing it all.
Thank you again.
Added by Sunrise on Feb 10, 2015 2:54 PM
|Alan Carlton||Grave Marker Photos|
Thank you very much for taking photographs of the grave marker of Nada Irene Jeffries.
|Marvin & Samme Templin||Bonnell Edmunds|
Thanks for filling our request.
|Barragirl||Eva Grace Ralston Flinn|
Thank you for the pics and making her husbands memorial.I would appreciate a transfer for Walter and I would update it now that I have more info on the family. If you need my Find A Grave number let me know. Once again thank you so much for the pics.
Thank you so very much for taking and posting the headstone photographs for
Stephen and Dorvilla Blevins and Mattie and Marion Broomfield in Fairview Cemetery.
May I use the photographs on ancestry.com?
Thanks you again.
|DVF||Coy G Finnell|
Many thanks for taking a photo I would likely never have been able to take myself. You made my day.
Added by DVF on Feb 10, 2015 2:24 AM
Hi. You contacted me concerning my Batdorf relations. My grandmother was Ruth Elizabeth Batdorf married to Thomas Edward Kepler, from Shintown, Renovo, Clinton County, Pennsylvania. My kin, and probably yours as well, descend from Johannes Matin Batdorf, who immigrated here with his family around 1709, arriving in Schoharie, New York.
Added by kmtonks on Jan 20, 2015 4:49 PM
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