|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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|Diane Addington||Hamm Cemetery|
I noticed that you have taken many photos of stones of those interred in this cemetery about Sept of last year.
There were about six photo requests,(including two of mine) that were not fulfilled and I was wondering if perhaps the stones were not available or visible. Mary Graves, 1784-1860) and (Jesse K Kimbley 1850-1858)... old stones to be sure. There were also about 4 requests for members of the Hamm family.
I know you to be a meticulous and excellent photographer and I am assuming your "red cup helper" did not see these stones. Am I correct?
Thank you for your consideration of my inquiry.
|William Taber||Albert Christian|
I have linked him to his parents.
Thank you for your contributions.
|Helen McKeown||Alexander Cemetery|
At Alexander Cemetery, Ohio Co., Ky. You made pics of Richard Alexander 8935956 and Secelia Lucas 8933798. I don't find a record of an Alexander buried there, however there should be Richard Lucas, so am wondering if it is Richard Alexander Lucas. So the question is, were these two markers close together? Secelia being wife of Richard.
|Emily Stokes Rowe||RE: memorial #148286789|
Thank you for taking care of it so quickly :).
|Emily Stokes Rowe||memorial #148286789|
You recently transferred this memorial to me. It is a duplicate of a memorial I did for my baby great uncle that had the accurate name and relationships. I tried deleting yours, but it won't let me as you created it. Please delete it.
Emily Stokes Rowe
|Dianne McFerran||John Taylor|
Debbie, Thank you so much for providing me not only the correct cemetery, but a wonderful picture of his stone! I truly appreciate all your time, hard work and goodwill taking photos and creating memorials for our loved ones. You're awesome! May God bless you and yours, Dianne
|Tammy Dozer||RE: Question & Thanks!|
Good to hear from you to Debbie! I hope you all are doing very well! i didn't understand on the Curd Stone #110854032 What were you asking me to do? Is this a relative of yours?
|Holly||Julia Ruffner - Russellville, KY|Added by Holly on Jun 25, 2015 8:33 PM
|Holly||Julia Elizabeth Stuart Ruffner|Added by Holly on Jun 25, 2015 8:32 PM
|Tammy Dozer||Question & Thanks!|
You had sent me a message helping me understand old stones maybe not having the correct birth dates on them. I REALLY appreciate the info! I had never heard that before and it explains a lot so THANKS!!!!! You had also ask me to remove a picture that had green chalk on it. I do that so it can be read easier. I know most people don't want that for album but I will be very happy to take it off. The problem is I am still so new I can't find the picture!!! I may have taken it down. I try to do that as so as I get an email. But I found this section in Find A Grave and I was afraid I forgot to follow up with you! Can you let me know if I did it for you and if not send me the memorial number? Thanks again for the great info!!! Have a blessed day!
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