I just want to thank you for all your hard work and time. You help make the family searching so much easier.
I really appreciate your help.
Joan, you posted a great photo on memorial 84811742. On that stone is a woman named Elizabeth, whose memorial is 108452150.
Would you mind posting that photo to her memorial as well?
|Nan||Fasers and Smiths in Hollenback|
Joan-thank you for adding the photos for my Fasers and Smiths. I knew there must be names on the other side of Ziba's stone, so I do appreciate your going back to the cemetery and taking the photos. It appears that there are some very interesting monuments in Hollenback.
Added by Nan on May 06, 2013 8:35 AM
Thanks so much for the photos. I had no idea they did not have tombstones.
|Nan||Smiths in Hollenback|
Thank you for adding the photos to Douglass Smith, and his wife, Ruth and their daughter, Sarah Smith Mitchell. You take very clear photos. That is much appreciated.
Added by Nan on Apr 19, 2013 8:21 AM
Thanks so much for trying.
Thank you for taking the time to take and add this photo. I was also doing photo requests today since it's such a nice day out. I know it's not always easy.
Added by Connie on Apr 14, 2013 1:53 PM
|mbrother11||RE: Great photo|
Joan, I am interested in any graves at Hollenback Cemetery in Wilkes-Barre where the deceased's name is Brotherhood. I called the cemetery to inquire, but they want me to provide all first names as well, and then will charge $5.00 to research each one...so I'm not asking that you walk the whole cemetery looking for Brotherhoods, but if in future you happen to notice any such gravestones, would you let me know at my email address email@example.com?
Thank you so much for fulfilling my photo request. It is much appreciated.
|Stephen Philpy||George Hettinger Grave|
Thank you so much Joan for looking this up.
I am most interested in finding out if my GGGAunt Kate (Miller) Hettinger is buried nearby or in the same cemetery. Could you see what you can find, as I know only that she was married to George.
Maybe the cemetery keepers or administrators can look to see if she is there, if you find no stone.
It is easiest to reach me at SCPhilpy@aol.com
Thank you for your assistance, Steve Philpy
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