|Gooseneck Farm (#47464977)|
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We live 45 miles south of Buffalo, NY, in the tiny rural community of Riceville. I treat my animal clients with homeopathics, herbs, holistic remedies and Reiki. In our spare time, my husband and I love exploring cemeteries. It helps to fulfill our passion for genealogy and helping others. As of June 2015, I continue to struggle with complications following surgery in July 2012. But, I am now back fulfilling photo requests on a very limited basis. As Aunt Martha Corrine Walton said, "Neglected graves are a shameful thing." I am respectful around all graves and clean up the weeds as best I can, sometimes placing flowers, especially for children and veterans. Thanks for your prayers and patience.|
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|Cecil Vaden Jr.||RE: Krugers|
Good to hear from you. The location of the stones are in an area where cremated ashes are buried. I am not related and will be happy to transfer upon request. I believe every memorial should be with Family or Friends. If you do not want the memorials transferred I will be glad to add any information you send me. Feel free to use the pictures as you wish and thanks for all your work on Find A Grave.
|Janet Johnston Alder||RE: Fetzer|
I am still working to confirm the locations of Pvt Michael Fetzer's parents. Since they were the only generation missing, I decided to go ahead and create a non-cemetery burial memorial. I believe they are buried in one of two cemeteries where the rest of the family is buried. I am descended from the Fetzer's also - my great grandmother was Lucy C Fetzer Fister. Once I confirm I will change the location on the memorials. If you could link their son Pvt Michael, that would be great!
|John Davis||RE: Acacia|
Thanks Lori, and be sure to thank your husband for me.
Hi Lori, I haven't heard from you for a while. How are you?
Added by BK on Apr 02, 2014 9:07 PM
|MichaelJohn Swassing||Swasing photos|
Hey thanks for the Swasing pics!
|Mike & Laura Schreiner||RE: Gladyse|
I have discovered that Gladyse and Irene (Norman's first wife) are sisters. Thought you might find that interesting.
Thank you for your time and effort in fulfilling mutiple photo requests in Calvary and Sunset Cemeteries.
Added by chip on Oct 25, 2013 4:48 AM
|Robert Yorks||Charles and Louise Milks photos|
Thank you for the very good photo of the headstone for Charles and Louise Milks in Sunset Cemetery.
You are very welcome and yes you may. God bless
Added by Jim on Oct 16, 2013 10:37 PM
Thank you for letting me know.
Added by MSue on Oct 16, 2013 6:01 PM
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