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|June Davis||James Stephens|
Thank you so much for the photo; all of you volunteers are great!. June
|susan hendrickson||RE: Photo request|
Thank you Kathy. Her grandson is now there. Charles Donellson. He was very young. Only in his 30s
|laura hughes||McCammon photos|
Kathy - thanks so much!
Thank you so much in photographing her grave
Added by Laurie on May 29, 2010 2:25 PM
|Brian||Breuers in Spring Grove|
Thank you for claiming my requests in Spring Grove. I just wanted to let you know that I had previously listed a William Breuer, b. 1901 - d. 1982. Well, I don't know what I was thinking...I imagine I was tired when I made the memorial, but his name was Walter, not William. But I've fixed it now, just wanted to make sure you knew. Thanks again.
Added by Brian on May 13, 2010 8:45 PM
|Jordan Davidson||Corey Haim|
Very nice pictures of Corey Haim's grave. I went looking for it the other day but the size of the cemetery made it too difficult. Do you remember the name of the section he was in?
|darealjolo||Thankyou so much|
For adding a photo of Peter Connelly's headstone on to the memorial i made. I have only just seen it. I wish admin would add a new feature telling us that a new photo has been added to so and so's memorial, dont you agree.
Once again thankyou for taking the time out and doing this.
|Heather Peters||Thank you|
for adding a photo of Corey Haim's grave. I've been looking everyday also to see if someone took a photo of it.
can you tell me if its a nice cemetary? were there fresh flowers there as if someone has been visiting it?
|Kimberly Graham||Corey Haim|
Thanks for adding the picture of his grave site. I've been looking everyday to see if someone had added a picture of it. Thanks
|SherryG||RE: Bricca Family|
I would have thought that was the right one, as well. It's certainly the closest to Barrington. Second closest would be Wheaton. I think your best bet might be to call the funeral home or church and see what they can tell you. I've been thinking about this all afternoon and also wonder if this family might have been buried under an assumed name, due to the nature of their deaths and the fact that at the time (and still today, it seems) the case is unsolved. If you're not able to make progress with the funeral home or church, we might want to start looking for other family members and see if we can just get lucky and find them together.
Added by SherryG on Mar 26, 2010 4:27 PM
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