|Ronald Sbertoli (#47617208)|
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My wife and I started in "Genealogy" because of her Grandfather -- Rev. Frank Judson Gilroy. He had written 2 books on the subject from his prospective as a Baptist Minister within Vermilion county Illinois for 70 years.|
We have since added over 1300 names to our "Family Tree" by going to them or locating them through the Internet. One of the main helps was finding this organization and are now working to help others discover their "Relatives" through it.
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|bstahl||William Frank Kester|
Thanks so much for the photos, and yes, same person. I truly appreciate your time and trouble!
Added by bstahl on Jul 17, 2016 12:02 PM
|Linda Lane||William Dougherty photo|
Thanks VERY much for taking and posting this photo for me. 😊
|Bethany||RE: THANK you so much for finding Sarah|
Thank you. What is the acronym you listed? If I can be sure I'd find Sarah Rose somehow, I would drive out at some point to leave flowers. She is about 2 hours away, so this is so exciting!
Added by Bethany on Jul 06, 2016 7:59 PM
|Bethany||THANK you so much for finding Sarah|
Thank you SO much for finding Sarah J. Rose in Oakhill Cemetery of Danville, IL.
I would like to know HOW to find her. Is there a directory? I would love to visit and leave flowers at some point. But I know the cemetery is big??
Thank you SO much!
Added by Bethany on Jul 05, 2016 7:38 PM
|Linda Jackson||RE: Annie Belle Jones|
Thanks for your quick reply to my message. Please accept the edits I submitted on Annie re: her name, birth place, death date/place, and links to parents. These are all facts I obtained from family information and the Pape Index ....also, you may want to delete statement re: not being found on Pape Index, etc. Thanks.
|Capt||Lucille Sayler Miller|
Thanks for the headstone. Just curious if her 2nd husband was buried with/near her? Thanks.
Added by Capt on Jul 05, 2016 12:27 AM
|James A Gamblin||The Rigdons|
Thank you for the pictures of the Rigdon's grave site.
|Mark Rench||Silas Wilson|
Thank you for the picture
Thank you for the very nice picture.
|Pamela Jamison||Thank You!|
Thank you so much for the time and effort involved to photograph the headstone of my grandmother, Edith E. Evans. My Illinois roots are deep, but I doubt that I will ever be able to go back and visit these graves in person. Your kindness is so appreciated.
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