|Jim Henwood (#48041274)|
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|Toni Stapel||Isaac Bell|
Yes - that was the husband of Mary Bell- do you have a picture of that one? I will just put a notation that Mary has no stone or marker! thanks again!
Jim- thanks so much for the Metcalf and the Heird photos - I appreciate it very much and I hope you know that they are such a big help for genealogists like myself! Thanks again for your effort and getting this done for me.
|Paul S. Milash||Thanks for the Photos|
Thanks for the nice photos you took of my parents
memorial, Paul & Hazel Milash in Glen Haven Memorial Park - Glen Burnie, MD.
|Jackie Bass||RE: Thank you|
My grandparents names are Ruthie and Elwood Bass, they are buried at the Garrison Forest Veteran's Cemetery in Baltimore County, MD. I'm new to this site and fascinated by all of the great work done by generous people like yourself. Thanks again!
|Sherry Mathews King||Margaret A Martin|
Jim, thank you so much taking this photo. By chance, was there a mark next to her for her husband, Jose Martin?
Thank you so very much. I can't wait to share this photo with his daughter. From the bottom of my heart THANK YOU!!!!
|Tammy Gephardt||Robert Clarence Burton Sr|
|Tina Telesca||RE: Stegman family|
I do not have photos of your Christ. I do have a photo of my GG Grandfather Christ Stegman b 1854 in Russia.
I think we are 5th cousins. My line is from the above Christ and his son Adam.
My email is in my profile so feel free to email me about the Stegmans.
|jeffrey Allen||RE: Catherine Henwoods Maiden Name|
You have a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year as well.
Thanks for trying to find him - I understand him to be buried there but if there is no record in the cemetery office, then there is no record :) However, it wouldn't be the first time that records in an office might have been misplaced? ;)
Added by Carl on Dec 08, 2014 4:31 PM
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