|Bruce A Barton (#46992199)|
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These days, I spend a lot of time thinking about the hereafter. I go somewhere to get something, and then wonder what I'm "here after"!.|
Just trying to keep things in order!
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|Susan Jarrell||Lawrence Stiles|
Thank you very much for your attempt to find his grave. I know there are many times that they are either unmarked or names were not added to headstones that were already in place. Again thank you.
|Gerry Stelman||haverly grave photos|
Thank you so much for the photos of my ancestors. It filled in some blanks in my genealogy. Your time and generosity is deeply appreciated.
Bruce, thank you for taking the time to obtain the photo for me. It is appreciated so much. Lisa
Added by Lisa on Jul 11, 2015 4:55 PM
|pjt||Wesley Settle 84843783|
Hello Bruce, Wesley served in the Civil War in the 134th NY Volunteer Infantry. I had a Schoharie County ancestor, James Guffin, who served in the 134th. I've created a Virtual Cemetery for the unit, 487 names and counting.
I submitted an edit request to add his complete date and place of death. The source was his military pension records.
Interesting that his headstone lists his birth year as being 1844. Four different census years suggest he was born in 1846 or 1847, if accurate that would mean he enlisted in the 134th at 15 or 16 years of age.
Thanks for having creating his memorial. Paul Turner
Added by pjt on Jun 01, 2015 12:12 PM
|Linda Tutt||Jacob and Catharine Warner, Christian and Maria Richtmyer|
Once again I must thank you for taking the photos of our Warner and Richtmyer ancestors at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church Cemetery. And thank you also for creating Maria Burhans Richtmyer's memorial. I suspected she was buried there, but could not find corroboration until you took the photographs. I added some additional information to the memorial. I wish you had ancestors in Wisconsin so I could do something for you. Please know you have my gratitude.
green bay, wisconsin
|Momma Sles||Jacob Teeple|
Thank you for the photos!! Your efforts are GREATLY appreciated! Hugs from Louisiana
Thank you Bruce for this awesome photo of this headstone. It is so much easier to read!
Thank you Bruce for your photos
|Linda Tutt||David and Maria Boyce|
Bruce! I meant to add these to my previous post for the Lathams. Thank you for all your kindnesses. linda tutt
|Linda Tutt||George Latham an Jenette Hilts Latham|
Hi Bruce. Thank you, again, for photographing the gravesites of our ancestors, Jenette Hilts Latham and George Zimmer Latham. I appreciate your efforts so much! I wish I could do something for you personally, but I do promise to pay your kindness forward here in Green Bay. I know your time is precious, and I appreciate you spending some of yours to fulfill my request. Thanks again. linda tutt
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