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Seeking the past for you! It is a privilege and honor to bring kin together, even if it is only via virtual bonds.|
Thanks for providing the opportunity to satisfy my innate treasure hunter spirit.
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|Lou Ann Hawkins Frogge||Hall|
94793512 thank you for the pictures
|John Maxwell||Leslie D Taber|
Thank you for the beautiful picture of Leslie Tabers headstone. Your time and hard work is very appreciated.
|Glenda Barry||Grace & Lloyd Unger|
I have linked them. Let me know if you want any or all of the Ungers transferred over to you, there are several of them buried there.
|Glenda Barry||RE: Samantha Storz|
You are very welcome. Please let me know any time that I can help.
|Glenda Barry||Samantha Storz|
I have transferred her over to you, let me know any time I can help you with transfers. I'm so sorry for the loss of your precious niece.
|Chris Walker||Martin Neher|
Thanks so much for the picture of Martin Neher's stone! I really appreciate your time!
|Sara Cross||Frank Replogle|
Thank you for the photo of Frank's headstone!
|AMB||Photo thanks! :-)|
Thanks for the photo of Florence Hufford Replogle's gravestone, Dee. Much appreciated!
Added by AMB on Sep 02, 2013 1:50 PM
|Sue Lewis||Henry Gamble's stone|
Thank you so much for the picture. We've been to the cemetery several times, but were unable to find it.
|Stephanie Robinson||Samuel Hoffert (1816-1900)|
I believe that I may now own the land that once held the log house and sawmill occupied by Samuel Hoffert and his father, as described on his Memorial Page. Are you able to tell me anything more about these structures (when they were built/used, etc.), and/or the people who used them? Thank you very much for your time! Discovering this was such a treasure, as I have been curious of the remnants of these structures on my land for as long as I've known them.
Best to you,
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