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|HJ||RE: Memorial# 80923576|
You're welcome! I think its a good idea, not just for accuracy, but so others who can't visit the cemetery can read it for themselves. Plus, if the photo is added to a memorial entered by someone else, they might be able to add more info to it, if they can read the inscription, such as a verse! I like it! Have a great day.
Added by HJ on Apr 26, 2013 4:14 PM
Thanks for the great photos you've added! I just ran across them. It's terrific that you take time to include a close-up of the inscription.
Added by HJ on Apr 25, 2013 4:18 PM
|Fawn||RE: Marker for Loton Leroy Frisbey in Henry Cemetery|
Thanks for the closer inspection and picture of Loton Frisbey's stone, very much appreciated :)
Added by Fawn on Apr 23, 2013 7:24 PM
|Melisa Shepard||RE: transfers|
Thank you for the information on the Divelbiss' in Henry Cemetery. Your time is greatly appreciated!
Thank you for the transfers of the Divelbiss' in Henry Cemetery. I have a question about one Harry E. Divelbiss (1930-1931) #96678043. Would you happen to know who he is buried by or with? I am not sure who he actually belongs to, so that I can place him in my tree. I am thinking that he is a son of Harry K and Zella P but am not 100% positive. Any light that you could shed on this subject would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for all the pictures and again for the transfers. Your time is greatly appreciated.
|DMG||RE: Emma Gray|
Thanks for the quick transfers!!! Very Much Appreciated.
Added by DMG on Apr 09, 2013 7:54 PM
|Robert||Re: Schlosser Family|
I'm not aware of any connections in that area of Illinois, but you never know? If the Schlosser families in that area go back to Lehigh Co, PA or Maryland then they are probably some relation to my Schlosser family.
Added by Robert on Apr 04, 2013 11:08 PM
|Bonnie Koke||Varna cemeteries|
I lived my entire life in Varna until I got married. My husband and I have walked all three cemeteries that are considered Varna cemeteries. We have taken photos and I have put them on the Findagrave website.
l. Varna First Lutheran Cemetery # 1 is also known as the Old Salem Cemetery. It is located north of town on the first road turning right as you go north out of town. Also known as the Swedish Lutheran Cemetery.
2. Varna First Lutheran Cemetery # 2 is also north of town on the main highway, only it is about 4 to 5 miles from where you turn to go to the old cemetery. Also known as the Swedish Lutheran Cemetery. This was established as the old cemetery was full and only a few family plots are available.
3. St. Paul's Lutheran Cemetery or Varna German Lutheran Church cemetery is indeed located by the German Lutheran Church. This cemetery is located a few blocks from the main street of town. This is the only church that has an adjoining cemetery.
I hope this helps with your confusion. Let me know if you have any other questions.
|Jamey Deeter||Sandra Lee Sage - Henry Cemetery|
May I please have permission to use your photo on a family tree site? If permitted, please let me know what name you would like the photo credited to. Thank you! Abigail Deeter
|koos||RE Turner @ Henry Cemetery|
Just came across (your) Roderick Turner (1951-?), a cousin of mine, in Henry Cemetery. There was no death date on the memorial. Do you know if he is deceased, or this a 'preparatory' memorial?
Added by koos on Feb 17, 2013 3:29 PM
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