|Judie Latshaw Huff (#46801663)|
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Please make all editing and/or linking requests through the EDIT link within the memorial as I will not make any corrections/additions/linking unless done through this EDIT link. This is the only way to be sure I have the correct memorial.|
I am willing to consider transferring memorials outside the Find A Grave guidelines as long as requests are made through the EDIT link and it appears your request is legitimate and not just gathering as many memorials as you can.
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Annie in Minnes..., Bev Mundy, Burt, GraverGuy, L. Finley, Loose Moose, lstrat, Mostloved, Nancy Hills La..., Rosemary, Ryan D. Curtis, Schott Family, SMSmith, Sonja
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|Bettina Thompson||Thank you|
I left MO over 15 years ago and lost all my photos so seeing your capture of my parents grave site was heartwarming.
I am wondering if the headstone in the burial plot with theirs is still there. It is a memorial for our deceased brother, their oldest son.
My parents Memorial # 132750545 if that helps.
Again, thank you for the work you do!
Bettina J Thompson
daughter of Chester and Betty Thompson
|Bob Davis||Davis Family|
You have 129348632 (Robert Davis); 129348641 (Alice Davis); 129347177 (Flora Davis; and 129348517 (Infant Male) in the wrong cemetery. They are all buried in the Bismarck City Cemetery. Also, the entry on Robert and Alice (the parents) are a double entry. Entry 162341617 and 16231624 are more accurate and lists both persons in the proper cemetery.
|Jamal Robinson||Thank you|
It has been 17 years since my mother passed. She passed when I was 5 the day after mother's day in 1999. I have not been back to my home state since then really. I started digging around to find more info and I find a photo of my mom's gravestone. I thank you so much for this. It's been so long that I had no idea what it looked like and I have been wishing I could just be able to go see her grave. You granted that.