|D. L. Lee (#47772418)|
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I would like to thank everyone whose hard work has been so beneficial to researchers world-wide. This is an amazing website!|
Also, a special thanks goes out to the volunteers in my area who have done such a wonderful job. You all are my inspiration.
My mission is to pay it forward by helping others find ancestors who have been lost by time, distance, and untold stories.
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|Dorann Lam||Andrew Glenn Stone|
I appreciate all the work you are doing, photographing and recording the stones in Muhlenberg County. Thank you for updating the Glenn stone. And the order is perfectly fine with me. I wish the plaque had been centered better, but this is an "imperfect science." Just wish I were able to tag along with you sometime! Again, thank you so much.
Andrew Jackson Cornett's DC lists place of death as The County Infirmary-do you think that might be The County Poor Farm? Where is Buck Knob Cemetery?
|Linda Y||Wendell ford|
Please leave a token and vote as he was our famous gov of ky. The other memorial was after mine. Thanks
Added by Linda Y on Jan 22, 2015 11:19 PM
|Jean Wells||FAG# 141510283 Cornette Cemetery|
I have Amanda Sadler Drakes' Mother as Maureen Braswell-need to check my Drake file again...
|Terry Tichenor||Casebier monument|
Thank you for the monument photo. Hope the weather is being kind to your many projects.
Regards and Best Wishes,
|Diane Addington||Thank You|
Great photo! Did you have to do the "piecing together"?
|Amber Wilkerson (Carroll)||O'neal|
Thank you for taking the picture of Clemon and Jennings O'Neal. I've been to the cemetery and did not find it and my grandma (niece of Jennings) could not remember where in the cemetery it was located. Also thanks for transferring it to my account. I appreciate all your help!!
|Georgia Smith||RE: Fulkerson Photographs|
Hi, Thank you so very much for all that you have done. I'm thinking that Willard is still alive and that is his birthdate. I found a Willard L in 1990 public records and the 1940 census. The year was off by one but so seems everyone else's. Both are children of Essie. I'm wondering if she never recovered after the birth of the last son as she died a few months afterwards. Thanks again, Georgia
|bill cambron||George Monroe Grace|
Thank you for taking time to track down my request
|Gaye Hill||William Charles Duncan|
Hello D. L. Lee,
Thank you so much for the photo for William Charles Duncan. I am not related, but finding his sad story and obituary made it clear he needed a story and photo for his memorial.
Thank you for your contributions on Find A Grave and much continued success to you.
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