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|Gene Machacek||Anna Machacek|
Wondering if there is any more info regarding gravesite of Anna Machacek at Holy Trinity Cemetery in Veseli Minnesota? How were the birth and death dates arrived at.
I am looking for the gravesite of the wife of my greatgrandfather (Joseph or Josef Machacek) who lived in New York prior to 1930.
Is there anyway you could take a picture of Clara Cover Risk headstone for me
Death: Apr., 1918
Hello. Your updates have been competed an I transferred the memorial to you.
|Doris Wyss||Lakeside Cemetery photo|
Rebecca, I would like to ask your permission to use this photo on my ancestry.com family tree. I was seeking a photo of Vernon Hunter's headstone; however, have been advised he does not have a marker. I would of course, credit the photo to yourself. Please let me know if this would be okay with you. Thanks again. Doris
Would like permission to copy headstone pics of Peter, Magdelena and Eliza Jane Baker from Aurand German Evangelical Cemetery for my family tree. I will give you credit for taking the pictures.
Added by Holly on May 21, 2013 2:56 AM
|Allan Campbell||Willard Landis grave|
Please transfer to Allan Campbell the grave of Willard F. Landis 89282573
|tom ross||bertha rouse|
hi my name is tom ross next to her headstone is a smaller one, is the name on that alonzo campbell?
Added by tom ross on Aug 12, 2012 9:59 AM
Thank you again:)
Added by fossmeg on Apr 06, 2011 7:28 PM
|Brett Wilson||Henry Converse|
Hello, I just saw that you located and photographed Captain Henry Converse's stone! I wanted to write and say Thank You for taking the time to do this, it is very much appreciated! I am working on a project to locate all of the final resting place's of soldiers who served with the 2nd Wisconsin Infantry which was part of the famous "Iron Brigade" that fought during the Civil War. The project's goal is to not only document where each soldier is, but to also see if their stones may need to be repaired, installed, or perhaps even cleaned. Everything will be presented on a website that will be up very soon and each soldier will have their own page with as much information about them presented on there as can be found. I was wondering if you might be willing to share your photograph of Capt. Converse's stone for this project and the website? I will give you full credit under any pictures.
Thank you again for taking the time to locate and photograph this hero's stone. I really appreciate it very much. Take care,
|Carrie and Allen||Snorek|
Thanks SO much for the photos!
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