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Fred Sanford (#46577478)
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Note: any reference to the city of Washington versus the county of Washington, both of which were used in the early days of the District of Columbia (D.C.) will be omitted on my memorials or any requests to alter them since the residence of the deceased and/or the actual place of death would also have to be known and before 1850 or so. The city was divided into several parts when drawn up and laid out in the 1790s but these distinctions were dropped long before 1850. There is a need for some memorials of an early date to have this but for most others it is not accurate any longer. All are just Washington, D.C.

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sherry lynn winters
Thank you Fred! :0)
Thank you for adding a photo of David C. Wolfe's marker!

You rock!! :0) xoxox
Added by sherry lynn winters on May 17, 2015 1:40 AM
Pat Johnson
Photo for Willard S Haney
Thank you for sending a reminder to me for the photo for Willard and then putting the photo on for his marker. Very much appreciated.
Added by Pat Johnson on May 15, 2015 9:40 AM
Charles and Florence [Mayhew] Braund
Thank you for taking the photograph of the tombstones for Charles and Florence [Mayhew] Braund; who are buried at Cedar Hill Cemetery in Prince George’s County, Maryland.

Fred, it is thanks to individuals like you; who volunteer their time to bring ancestors closer together, even if it is only through a photograph of their final resting place. This will help future generations in our family to know a little more about their ancestor. ~ with appreciation, George Gaston
Added by GMG on May 14, 2015 4:50 AM
J Smith
Susie Frances Hager Beavers
Thanks my friend!!
Added by J Smith on May 07, 2015 1:21 PM
Hallie Graves
Fred, thank you for posting the photo for Hallie Graves. I appreciate your help.
Added by Bob on May 05, 2015 10:20 PM
RE: Re: more Schlorbsat CH
Hi Fred, Thanks so much for the information and for all your hard week!! I hope you have a wonderful week.
Added by Ann on May 05, 2015 12:48 PM
Cindy Cornwell McCachern
Thank You
So glad to see you got some more photos of Cornwell tombstones in Cedar Hill Cemetery. Thank you!!!!
Added by Cindy Cornwell McCachern on Apr 26, 2015 1:54 AM
Orgel's Grave
Thank you ever so much for getting the pic of my Mother's and Father's Headstone.
Added by Shirley on Apr 24, 2015 10:09 AM
W. Warder
For you -
I can take no credit for the bios!

Abram & Laura Lisner photos
I have been away... and just returned to find your find-a-grave photos for Abram and Laura Lisner grave site.

I can not thank you enough for taking the time to take these lovely photographs, and for writing such a thoughtful and much more accurate... biography. I was privileged to grow up in his summer home in NH, and learned these quiet people had no children. Knowing this, I have done a bit of research on them so they wouldn't be forgotten.

The Lisners were amazing philanthropists and active citizens who devoted themselves to fostering the arts, education, health and well being of others in the city they loved, DC.

I love the simplicity of their crypt. Stunning.

Thanks again,
Judy Granger
Added by W. Warder on Apr 23, 2015 8:33 PM
W. Warder
RE: Re: James Mowatt
You're welcome!
Added by W. Warder on Apr 23, 2015 6:43 PM
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