|Sam Gindy (#46505811)|
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I've always been interested in the grave sites of famous people, and began collecting photos as a child. That was over 45 years ago and I'm still at it.|
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|Claire O||RE: Christine Morisse|
I did notice the spelling difference and wasn't surprised...in my research have found that her name has been listed with many variations (including her maiden name!)That makes it challenging for me to find records for her. I'll have to check out their main sign again to look for her marker, thanks for telling me about that. So neat!
Your help is greatly appreciated and won't be forgotten!
Added by Claire O on Jul 01, 2013 7:25 AM
|Claire O||Christine Morisse|
Your photo brought tears to my eyes as I viewed my 3rd great grandmother Christine Morisse's grave. THANK YOU very much and sending you well wishes! always,
Added by Claire O on Jun 30, 2013 8:23 AM
|George DeKay||Nancy Gonzales|
Thank you for adding the tombstone photo to the memorial.
Hey cousin !
|Davis Young||Phillip & Katherine Schaedler|
Those are great pictures of the marker for P & K and also I really appreciate the one thar provides a 'layout' view.
|Chris||Association Cemetery pictures|
Thank you so much for filling my photo requests! I've never been to the cemetery. I didn't realize how old some of the headstones were that I could see in your wider shots. Thank you so very much for your help.
Added by Chris on Nov 12, 2011 8:52 PM
|Janice Jarnagin||RE: Dutridge Grave|
Thank you for doing that for me. If not for you, I suppose I would never have seen it.
You made my evening.
Thank you again,
|Janice Jarnagin||Dutridge Grave|
Thank you so much Sam. This means a lot to me.
I wasn't even told he had passed away until about 6 or 7 months after he passed. :(
I don't have enough words to Thank You for doing this, I so appreciate it.
Janice Dutridge Jarnagin
Thanks for the photo Sam.
|J and K||RE: Hinderleider|
I did see the different spelling. It's one of many, many variants for that family name. By the way, did you happen to get a close-up shot of the other stone (Ella) while you were there? I haven't gotten around to adding her memorial yet, but I was curious. Thanks.
Added by J and K on Oct 25, 2011 5:51 PM
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