Deborah: Thanks so much for the four Carr headstones which you posted. I appreciate your willingness to do this. As you said in your e-mail to me, this is an amazing site. Like you, I was also fortunate enough to find a number of my ancestors which had been entered by others. Both the contributors and the volunteers who take and post pictures to this website are wonderful.
Added by Twila on Dec 18, 2012 1:08 PM
|Gerald "Jerry" Hobson||Grasso, Louisville Cemetery|
Thanks very much for the photos of the Grasso headstones. I'm grateful for your help. Nicely done.
|Roibeard53||RE: Patrick and Bridget Dunnion at Holy Sepulchre|
OK, let me know if it is. Had an easy and productive day there. Got 8 requests today.
|Roibeard53||Patrick and Bridget Dunnion at Holy Sepulchre|
I came across a family monument for Patrick Dunnion and family at Holy Sepulchre. The only names mentioned on it are Patrick and Bridget but it is dedicated to Patrick's family. Do you think these are relatives?
|Lawrence J Christie||Gus M Christie|
Hello Deborah- are you related to Gus M Christie? My wife and I have just returned from France and a visit to his grave sight. My father was named after Gus M Christie. My grandfather Joseph Christie name my dad after his brother who went to war and never came back. We were able to learn quite a bit about his last days as a soldier from the wonderful people who manage the cemetery.
We were wondering if other members of the Christie have visited this site.
|Roibeard53||RE: Thank you twice again|
You're very welcome. It's disappointing to find an unmarked grave, but as you said, knowing and at least seeing where the resting place is is the important thing. Take care.
|Roibeard53||RE: thank you!|
You're very welcome again. Only 4 to go now, but I won't be out there for a couple of weeks.
|Roibeard53||RE: Bertha Young photos|
You're very welcome for the photos. It was no trouble. I had a very nice day there taking photos for several other people who had made requests too. Take care.
|Karen Bink||John Leigh|
Thank you so much for your attempt with John Leigh. It is very much appreciated for us "out of state" researchers.