|Jim Winegar (#47184327)|
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Sandra and I were both already researchers of our respective genealogies before we met. Now, many years later, we work together on each other's families. Our travels to research family history have taken us to Michigan, Georgia, New York, Massachusetts, England, and Scotland. The trip to Scotland had the most dramatic outcome with the location of Sandra's ancestral home, still known as the Nesbitt House after several centuries.|
I am a retired teacher and Sandra is the retired director of transit services for Polk County, Florida. Sandra is also a caregiver for her 93-year-old father. Our hobbies are genealogy (obviously!), reading, antiquing, and Sandra enjoys quilting. I have a blog about my family's genealogy and invite you to visit it.
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|Bjensen||Cheek photos-Oak Hill Burial Park|
May I use your photos in my Ancestry tree? Thanks for considering .....Bob
Added by Bjensen on Nov 08, 2013 6:40 AM
Thank you for posting more pictures that I requested in Lakeland :)
|Nancy Towns||Alonza Nelson Parish photo|
Thank you so much for taking a photo of my grandfather's grave. I attended his funeral in 1962 as a child but I never saw his grave marker. Thank you for your kindness.
|Marcia Walker||Ibbs gravesites|
Thanks for the extras...so wonderful! Marcia
|David Oxford||re Howard Nieft|
Thanks much for filling my photo request. Your help is truly appreciated.
|gerald||Oak Hill Burial Park|
Thank you very much for the pictures. I appreciate your time and effort.
Added by gerald on Aug 16, 2010 1:03 PM
Thank you so much for taking the time to take the pic of Sharmon's marker!
Added by Merf on Aug 06, 2010 2:21 PM
Thank you for taking the time to photograph the Durhams today. Such a quick response to my requests, I truly send many thanks!
|Michael Stills||Virgil and Bertha Stills|
Thank you for taking the photos of my grandparents grave site. I was not expecting flowers!
|R. Hofmann||thank you|
for the great picture of William Porter's stone. It is nice and clear!
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