| || member for 4 years, 1 month, 16 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
My husband's work takes us around the US. My kids and I sometimes have spare time while we are in certain areas and I try to utilize that time to visit cemeteries that have photo requests. I will gladly transfer memorials upon request. I try to be as helpful as I can so if there is anything you think I can help you with feel free to message me and I will do my best! |
May each day be a wonderful day for all!
New International Version (NIV)
10 For we are God's handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.
|Messages left for Cassandra (36)||[Leave Message]|
|Joel Rollins||Frank J Vondrak|
I have found two death certificates for Frank Vondrak. I have a 1920 census with him and family members. Shows his age at 58 years. That would give him a birth in 1862. The second Frank I have his obituary from a local newspaper shows his birth 1883 and death in 1945. I have added the second Frank and update his family. I am doing this for a grandson of Frank J. Vondrak. Any thoughts or questions are welcome.
|Leah Hubbard||VONDRAK, Frank|
I see you took a picture of Frank Vondrak's headstone but the dates don't match up. Could you please check to see if you might have another picture with the correct dates?
Thanks for any help you may be able to give me.
Frank's memorial number is: 70465532
|Paul Womack||Esther Cole|
Cassandra, thanks so much on the quick transfer of my Aunt Esther and her husband pages. Appreciate it very much.
|Amanda (Boyett) Little||Thank you (E.L. & Jackie Boyett)|
Thank you so much for the pictures of my Granddaddy & Granny's graves (Jackie & E.L. Boyett). I live in Georgia and I haven't seen their graves in years. It really means a lot to just have something I can look at whenever I think of them. My Granddaddy was one of my most favorite people on this earth, and before his passing I even got a matching tattoo just like his of his name E.L. on my arm. Anyway, thank you for all you do for many families who may never see their loved ones graves if not for you.
|Janet||Thank You|Added by Janet on Nov 30, 2013 6:23 PM
|Doris H.||RE: Beverly Waddell|
It's up to you.
Added by Doris H. on Nov 04, 2013 7:51 PM
|Cindy Leister||Transfer request|
I would like to thank you for all your memorials. It means so much to those of us who live to far to travel to each gravesite. Could you transfer #75051341 & # 75051342 to me I.D.# 47034079.
With kind regards, Cindy
|Rex P. Hatfield||Transfer request|
Thank you for creating the memorial for my uncle, Jack Hatfield. Would you mind transferring his memorial to me, Memorial# 74488397. I would like to add more information about him and his family. Thank you.
|Candice Storms||Rest Lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville FL|
Cassandra, I want to say thank you for the pictures of my Grandfathers and Aunt Cynthias graves. They were both laid to rest at the Rest Lawn Cemetery in Jacksonville Florida. I live in Washington State now and am unable to visit their graves. Thank you for giving me a little bit of them out here in Washington.
James Adams was my grandfather and Cynthia Adams was my Aunt.
Cynthia died as a child from what I hear was pneumonia. I regret I never knew her, but I hear she was a lovely child.
James died of natural causes working in the garden of his retirement home. He died 3 yrs before I was born and I regret I never met him also. He came to America from Greece, loved to cook was a painter by trade. In his later life he suffered from detached retinas and was completely blind.
I figured I would share a little of their story with you.
|Ann Parkinson||Hazel Blitch|
Thank you for the transfer! I've already linked her to her parents, added her birth/death locations, etc. WONDERFUL! Thanks so much!
|[View all messages...]|
Privacy Statement and Terms of Service