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Linda Betlock (#47888079)
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Bio Photo I have been doing the geneology thing for 2 years now and recently found findagrave.com. I have put in some requests and been successful at obtaining what I wanted from others volunteering to help. I would love to try to help finding graves for others in my area.
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Shelli
Mary E. James
Hello, You posted a photo of the tombstone for William G. James (Find A Grave Memorial # 61519099) which includes his wife, Mary E. James. Could you please post this photo also to Mary's memorial? Find A Grave Memorial # 61519078. Thank you, Shelli Gordon, Halibut Cove, Alaska
Added by Shelli on Jun 17, 2015 4:47 PM
John Epperson
Franklin & Lottie Green @ IOOF Cemetery, Marionville, MO
Check Your Email for message. I Did find FAGMs for Franklin & Lottie Green, & of course, uploaded J.C. Green's photo along with Lottie & Frank's. Are they related to J.C.? How. I.e. is J.C. a SR.? & have a Jr. that married M.E. and thus = Frank? Or Did J.C. leave the grave about Oct. 1893 for a vacation??? Ha-Ha.
Added by John Epperson on Feb 03, 2015 9:19 PM
Sandykp
RE: Polly Jerome
Thank you sooooooooooo much for looking. I know look in my local cem for others too, and I know how much time it takes and I do so appreciate your efforts. Do you know if the local genealogy society transcribed that cemetery years ago. Ours did all the ones in each county and I use those to see if they even were and the stone is missing now. Let me know if they did maybe I can contact them or maybe they have them on line. Thank you again for all your efforts!!! Sandy
Added by Sandykp on Sep 27, 2014 9:08 PM
Sandykp
RE: Polly Jerome
THANK YOU APPRECIATE ANY FEED BACK, STILL LOOKING FOR HERE lol
Added by Sandykp on Sep 23, 2014 5:11 PM
Sandykp
Polly Jerome
Hi, last August I was looking for Polly w/o Willard Nelson Jerome, you posted on my board when you were looking for Mary Jerome, you thought you saw a Polly, broken but definately readable and I was wondering if you could get me info and a pic. I can't find where she died, but suspect there where her husband is buried. you mentioned you saw it on east side. I am not familiar with this cemetery being I am in Ohio. But oh could you please find out if Polly is buried there? She is a daughter of our lst Methodist Circuit Rider and I want to link her to her Father's memorial. Let me know if you remember this, I put my genealogy away and forgot all about connecting her until now. I am taking all the local family pics for Find A Grave and forgot about locating Polly to link up. Thanks for everything if you can help me I would appreciate it. Sandy
Added by Sandykp on Aug 30, 2014 11:09 PM
L Reinauer
RE: Sarah York - Lebeck Cemetery
I do not believe this is the person I am looking for. Thank you so much for your time and generosity.
Linda Reinauer
Added by L Reinauer on Feb 24, 2014 9:51 AM
Carolyn Highwood
RE: Ray Thomas Frye
Please try again headstartcarol@bresnan.net
thank you
Added by Carolyn Highwood on Feb 21, 2014 6:35 AM
Carolyn Highwood
Ray Thomas Frye
Could you send me through e-mail a copy of my uncle's headstone, for some reason I cannot locate my page for anymore.
thanks
Added by Carolyn Highwood on Feb 20, 2014 6:59 AM
Carolyn Highwood
RE: Ray Thomas Frye
Thank you again for the pictures, my aunt lives in fair play so I was wondering were you are located if close by and if you know her. I got to visit last June, it's a nice little town. Once again thank you for going out in the cold to take the photos
Added by Carolyn Highwood on Feb 18, 2014 4:52 PM
Pat Simmons
RE: Hudson's in Waggoner Cemetery, Cedar County , MO
It is very confusing. Annie b. 1870 shares a stone with James "Jim" O. I do believe the J. O. & James are one and the same. I'm not sure about M.H.H., but I'm digging into it and will keep you updated! :) Pat
Added by Pat Simmons on Feb 17, 2014 1:31 PM
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