|Genealogy Bug Kate||Highland Cemetery|
Thanks for the photo of Betty and Luther Ryan's marker.
|Diane Hurst||Murray photos|
Thank you so much for your efforts in getting the photo of the Murray headstone. I really appreciate it!
|Dennis Hardin||Frank Morrow #94931749|
Thank you for adding the links to his memorial.
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Ronald D. Wehling|
Thanks so much for beautiful photo on the above site. I appreciate your time in visiting and photographing his gravesite in Isabel cemetery. Richard
|Sgt Daxter||Eleanor Banks|
(memorial #39478581)I wasn't the person who originally created the memorial. I know she is still alive. She is in my family tree from the Moomau Branch of the family. Is there a stone there with her name on it along with that of her husband Alvin Ray Banks? Sometimes people create a memorial for these people who have stones with a name and just the birthdate when they are searching thru a cemetery. Since she was in my family tree I obtained in some years back thru a transfer. As you can see it was created in 2009 some 7 years ago. Since I am not the original creator of the memorial I can not delete it.
I have entered a note on the memorial that she is still alive.
|Kristy Norman||Herman E Reeves|
Thank you for the headstone photo of Herman E Reeves. It does look like this memorial (#155933535) is a duplicate of the memorial for Herman Everett Reeves (#122636671). It's the same person. Your memorial has the headstone photo; the other memorial has a portrait of Herman.
|Alvin Poole||RE: Obie Groves|
Hi interesting. The family or someone definetly messed that one up. Appreciate our help on this. God's Blessing to you. Alvin
Thank you so much for the photo of John and Ben's stone. Very nicely done!
I can't quite read the inscription at the bottom; if you were able to read it on the stone, could you enter it on Ben's page? Thanks!
Added by Abra on Mar 30, 2016 1:18 PM
|Suzanne Hye||Dave R. George #156492921|
Thanks for the photo of this stone; however, I am wondering if it is not the correct one. I can't read the dates on it (those military stones are so white!) but I have since learned that Mr. George (a great-uncle) was murdered in 1923 or 24, so it is quite unlikely that he served in Korea. The next time you are in the cemetery, would you take a look at the stone and let me know what the death date is? Many thanks.
|Suzanne Hye||Farnum Freeman and Wife|
Thanks for trying to find the stones, and for the note regarding the family plot. Much appreciated!
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