|William Tatum (#46630795)|
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|Chuck Shoemake||Liberty Cemetery|
William, Thank you for adding the photo of the gate entrance to Liberty Cemetery in Covington County...nice shot! Chuck
|Janie Logsdon||RE: James Albert Isham|
Hello, Your name was on J. Albert Isham,s information and I assumed that you were the person who had entered this information. I apologize for the mistake. I had just been to the funeral and interment of his wife Christine Isham and know that she was buried next to her husband in St. Dominic Cemetery, Springfield, Ky.
Again, I am sorry if I sent this to the wrong person.
|Ann Taylor||Daniel McInnis|
Interesting that it should say it is a duplicate, since findagrave will not allow duplicate requests. If you make a request and there is already one, it will tell you and not allow it. However, I have removed it and I will go take the photo myself. Thank you for your effort in this regard.
|Janie Logsdon||James Albert Isham|
Hi, James Albert Isham is buried in St. Dominic Cemetery in Springfield, Ky. His wife Christine Begley Isham was buried next to him yesterday 9-25-2015.
|john haines||More Slattery|
I have removed 119657119 to unknown and you might delete the photo.
|john haines||Thomas Slattery|
Memorial 119657119. Monument pic for different person; same name but 2009 death.
Thanks kindly for their nice photos helps to correct dates, happy trails.
|C. Granberry||RE: Raineys in Soules Chapel Cemetery|
Thank your for spending this beautiful Sunday afternoon fulfilling my photos requests for Sim, Maggie, and Wilmer Rainey. How nice of you to include Wilmer's wife, Verlee, and for creating and transferring her memorial to me. I'll try to discover her maiden name and her parents so she too can be connected to her parents.
Enjoy this gorgeous pre-fall evening,
Thank you for the McCardle photos.
|Bette Ward||Melvin Hughlett O'Barr|
Thank you so much for the great photo. I am doing some research for a friend in her last 80s that knows very little about her family and this meant so much to her.
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