|Shirley Vittitoe (#47060045)|
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A friend mentioned this website and it sounded interesting. I have always had this fascination with cemeteries, particularly older ones. Growing up on a small farm in northern KY, there are 2 family cemeteries on the connecting land and I've often wondered about the people that lived there long before us.|
Many times, I will take photos of older graves eventhough a request has not been made. I'm hoping someday, someone will be searching for a missing relative and the photo will be there. I'm more than happy to transfer any of these.
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|Laura Aanenson||Joan McFarlan|
Thank you so much for this transfer!
|Jan Dahlquist||Pierle photos|
thanks so much!
|Ruth Higgins||Lemuel Swain photo|
Thank you for taking the time to take the photo. I really appreciate it.
Hi . . . Thank you soooo much for taking the picture! I appreciate your time to volunteer and appreciate being able to see a picture of the gravestone!
|Titania||James G. Saffin gravestone photo|
Thank you for your work on Find a Grave! :)
Added by Titania on Nov 03, 2013 7:18 PM
Thank you so much
|Hattie Currier||Share Reques|
Thank You Shirley. I will be sure to credit you.
|Hattie Currier||Share Gravestone Photos|
I would like to add the Gravestone photo's you took of Sarah and Arthur Pounsford to my FTM files which is on Ancestry.com. I am requesting your permission to do so. Thank you for your consideration.
A belated thank you for taking the time and trouble to post the Becker grave at Spring Grove. Greatly appreciated!
It is very interesting indeed. Possibly the brain ailments were meningitis? It's very contagious, but I just wonder how they diagnosed brain issues back in those days.
Added by Kathie on Sep 09, 2013 9:06 AM
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