|robbin strawser (#46839968)|
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I guess I turned my hobby of wandering cemeteries into being useful.|
I spend a lot of time looking for military headstones. if you have a request for central Arkansas I will do my best to fulfill. being retired army will find time to locate a service member..
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|Charles & Lisa Anderson||Ranger Hayes|
I forgot to tell you that if you would like, I would be glad to transfer this memorial to you. You could add more information to it than I can. I did not know him, just saw that he was military and thought he should be remembered.
|Charles & Lisa Anderson||RE: William Hayes|
I am glad that you were able to use the photo of Ranger Hayes. I am very familary with the cemetery that he is buried in. I have some family buried there. If I could be of any help to you with it, just let me know. I believe that the footstone is all that he has.
My e-mail is" email@example.com.
|Someone Who Cares...||THANK YOU!!!|
Sweet Robbin --
I literally telephoned the graveyard this past week and was given the info from a lady at the cemetery office! When I attended the graveside services of Ralph's wife -- (and did NOT go to Ralph's burial - but know he is beside her)
It seems they were near trees or bushes... The roadway closest to their graves ran EAST-WEST...and they were on the SOUTH side (or, headed EAST, they were on the RIGHT of the roadway).
I have my fingers crossed this helps.
Thank you very much.
You are the lady who took Jim Keilty's tombstone pic. I am very appreciative. (While you were there, did you happen to also snap a pic of AL LYNCH's stone. He is two rows away - and I had a request for him too. I do not want to be thought of as 'greedy' but rather NEEDY as far as photographs go!)
|Christine Moyer||Ingle, Blue Dennis|
Robin, thank you kindly for this wonderful photo. Now, I have closure. A random act of kindness extends far and wide. You never know how many cousins will see this photo and be grateful to do so. You have touched many lives in a positive manner and your work is much appreciated. Chris
|Someone Who Cares...||Appreciation|
Thank You for the picture you snapped of Jim K.'s gravestone. He was just a very, very nice guy. Our small chapter of Vietnam Vets all loved Jim. One of the members's wie developed cancer. The treatment took her hair. We all held a Surprise Birthday party for her and Everyone was gong to wear a hat so she would not feel out-of-place. All the guys had on cowboy hats and baseball caps...the gals had sun-hats and headgear with flowers. Jim arrived late - wearing his Grandmothers poke bonnet. He had the place roar'n with laughter! It was fantstic - and a great memory of everyone's. THAT was a typical Jim activity...
Thank you for your thoughtfulness. It makes me both sad and happy -- he was a nice guy.
Thanks Robbin, you photo volunteers are the best!
|The Ancestor Hunter||Daniel Kennedy's marker photo|
Thank you for your kindness in taking the photo of Daniel Kennedy's marker. Your thoughtfulness is appreciated.
Thank you so much for filling my request for the tombstone photo for Lillian White. It is much appreciated.
|Laura Foster||RE: national cem|
I was planning on going this weekend... but, I'll release them to you since you've already got them ready for uploading.
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