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|Barbara Worthington Teter||RE: John W. Litsey|
Rhonda, Doris H is the daughter of John Litsey & Ida Mae. John's wife was Ida Mae Zugg who married Charles W Matheson after John Litsey's death. Ida Mae is buried in Numa Cemetery with Charles. Barbara
Yes I understand. But I need the Find A Grave numbers to do so, these names are common in our clan, & without the Find A Grave numbers I'm lost!
|Pat LaCroix||Hiram Taylor Williams (FAG # 33449148 ) grave pic|
Once again thanks for a success addition of a picture for H. T. (Hiram Taylor) and wife Pearl's grave markers. Thanks for all your hard work, I really appreciate it. I never got to meet my great-uncle Hi, but my grandma Elsie told me tons of stories of him! I kinda think he was her favorite older brother. And I have a few pics of grandma and Pearl and some of their children. It's a blessing to have people willing to take the time to document the graves for those of us who are too far away to do this. I pay it forward by doing the same for others in my area.
|Alicia Ortiz||George W. Bramhall|
I would like to thank you on behalf of my dad Donald W. Bramhall and myself for this wonderful photo. It is remarkable that kind people like you can help others connect families with their relatives of long ago. Thank you again for your help.
|Carol Abbott||Thank You|
Thank you for taking the time and effort in getting the Pete and Mollie Collins headstone. It is very much appreciated.
|TerriLyn||Elmer Stirts' headstone|
Thank you for taking the time to search out, photograph, and post a picture of the headstone of Elmer Stirts. I sincerely appreciate your efforts.
Added by TerriLyn on Jun 12, 2016 6:52 PM
I wanted to take a moment and "Thank You!" for taking and posting the pictures of the gravestone for Alta M Hambelton (1887 - 1899) and Silvia D Hambelton (1898 - 1898).
|Pat LaCroix||John McClellan Besse (FAG # 38685455)|
Thanks so much for the lovely picture of the gravestone for my paternal great-great uncle! It is nice to have a picture to complement his memorial. Thanks again for your help completing this task!
FAGraver # 47053100
|David Olsen||Michael Lawson|
Thank you so much for the photo for Michael. He was one of several men from Company D 1st Battalion 27th Infantry Regiment (Wolfhounds) that was killed in Vietnam. Soon I will have them all back together again where they belong and then my work will be done.
|Mary Priske Fecteau||Robena & Harry Evans|
Thank you for posting the photos of Robena & Harry Evans' headstone!
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