|anna geis||Thank you!!|
|anna geis||thank you|
Thank you so very very much for taking the time to take this photo for me.
This helps confirm that Edward was the son of the Leo and Clara Hyde I am researching.
Thank you again!!!
|Loren Bender||James Newman|
Thanks for taking the time to photograph the final resting spot of James Newman a true American Hero! Loren Bender
I photographed all the stones in the Salem United Brethren Cemetery last summer. There was no visible stone where Sarah's is supposed to be. However, there is a broken stone just to the left of that spot that is of her son, Charles, who died on August 1, 1861 at ?, 4 months 17 days of age. This would be 4 months after Sarah died. He already has a page on findagrave.
Added by Beegee57 on Dec 17, 2010 7:57 PM
Thanks so much for the nice photo of this grave.
Added by Janet on Nov 21, 2010 10:02 PM
|Robert Awalt||George Teeple family|
Thanks for the great photos. We all appreciate it.
Have a great day,
Thank you Sally for the nice photos. Aappreciating your volunteering for Find a Grave. Have a great week,
|Diana Staresinic-Deane||RE: Long Creek Cemetery|
Thanks so much!
|Diana Staresinic-Deane||Long Creek Cemetery|
I saw that you have photographed at Long Creek Cemetery in Coffey County. Can you tell me where it is? I have the Coffey County Cemeteries guide from the historical society and can't find it.
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Hoover & Lebo Creek are almost adjoining cemeteries.|
According to a recent photographer who photographed Hoover Cemetery, he says they are side by side. ????
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