|J. C. Hooper (#46985652)|
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|susan perry||Favor Please|
Some time back you went to take a photo for me of the grave of my dad's baby that died at birth, or he may have died within hours. Any way you found that there was no head stone for him. My mother was suppose to put one there for him but did not, now she lives here in Colorado for me.
It eats at me that that this baby has nothing to show that he even existed at all. I do not know what the steps are for placing a marker there for him. I can never get through to the cemetery, does any one ever work there?lol I need to find out how to get a hold of them to find out what to do about getting a marker or if I just call the place that makes them. Could you help me find out how to get a hold of the cemetery?
Once I get a marker placed I would like a photo. You are such a good person. You found no marker but took photo's to point out where he is buried. That tells me a lot about how much you care.
If you are unable to do this, I understand. Life can be very demanding.
My dad died in 2011, he was a fantastic dad to my brother and I. He was not our biological father but the word step child, step parent was never used. The baby was from his first marriage, his name is Terri Lee Johnston, born 30 May 1957 and he also has another son born in 1956. Dad has not seen him since he was a toddler. His ex wife took off with him. I know I may be telling you more than you want to hear. So this is not just putting down a marker for a baby who should be remembered but this is also for my dad. I could have never asked for a better dad in the world.
Thank you Mr. Hooper.
Your Friend in Colorado,
|Diana Cannon||RE: Dixon, Highland Cem., Lawton, OK|
J. C., do you have any further information on the Dixon family that Steadman Dixon belongs with?
|Jaime ||RE: Elzoria Gist, Highland Cem., Lawton, OK|
Sorry I haven't gotten back with you, thank you for all of your hard work and research. I really appreciate it. Have a wonderful weekend.
Added by Jaime on Jul 05, 2014 1:39 AM
|Belinda Johnson||Photo taken of William Kerr|
I am new to Find-a-grave and yesterday I was testing out how to use it. While in Highland cemetery, I went through the procedures of obtaining info about William Kerr grave location and then snapped the photo. Sorry, I didn't know about the claim!!! I now am educated about what I need to do. Hope I can learn some tips from you.
|Karla E||RE: Joseph V Stockman #76688153|
Thank you for your effort in finding my 2nd Great Grandfather's grave. Even though you were unsuccessful, I appreciate you trying.
Added by Karla E on Feb 23, 2014 8:24 PM
Thank you so much for photographing the gravestone of George Rosser and his wife, Anna Dobbs.
|Ricky Charles Yaeger||James Alonzo Marler Grave|
Thank you so much for this beautiful photo of his final resting place. I do appreciate it!
Thank you so much for the Webb headstone photos. They -- and you -- are very much appreciated!
Added by PBR on Feb 22, 2014 5:17 PM
|CathyJ1952||Gladys L (Curley) Brownlee Memorial|
Thanks so much for photographing Gladys's gravestone. Your kindness is MUCH appreciated! She was my husband's cousin.
|sesalmon||Henry A Gosset|
J.C. - Thank you for taking time to photodocument the gravestone of Henry A. Gosset. If not for the generousity of volunteers like you Find A Grave.com would cease to function!
Added by sesalmon on Feb 22, 2014 9:00 AM
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