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|Rick Longstreth||Thank You!|
Ii just wanted to take a moment and say thank you for the photo of Pauline Sargent's marker. Your time and effort are much appreciated. 👍
|Eva Pippin Flowers||Leah Hoppis|
You do nice work! Thank you for taking the time, using you talents, using your money to volunteer and give to so many. It looks like poor Solomon doesn't have a marker. Thank you for documenting Leah's stone. It truly is a gift to relatives that will never be able to be there in person. May you be blessed for blessing others!
|T Linn||RE: Joseph Galloway, Sr.|
Thank you, I appreciate it. Just so you know, someone else had already taken the picture and put on Ancestry and I saved their picture to my tree.
But I will go in and list on the picture on my tree that you took it and gave me permission to use it. I'll also indicate if anyone saves it to their tree from mine, they should give you credit.
I've had other people 'borrow' pictures that I've taken or my sister's taken and not give credit and I don't agree with that. I think credit should always be given.
Thank you again!
Added by T Linn on Aug 24, 2016 1:29 PM
|T Linn||Joseph Galloway, Sr.|
RE: Find A Grave Memorial #40244575
Thank you for adding the picture of the DAR marker on Joseph's grave. I was able to read it very well and really appreciate that (I couldn't read the other one on his page).
I am wondering whether you would allow me to add the picture to my family tree on Ancestry for Joseph. I would give you credit for the picture and also include his memorial number so people can see it for themselves.
Again - thank you for the picture!
Added by T Linn on Aug 24, 2016 12:27 AM
|Eva Pippin Flowers||Solomon Hoppis|
Thank you for checking the status of the marker for Solomon. I assume that he may be buried near his first wife, Leah. The death certificate has him buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery. I noted on the site that there was no marker. I really appreciate your efforts! May you be blessed for blessing others!
|Camille Jenson||David Scoles|
Taking a photo of his monument is greatly appreciated.
|Janis Babb||Charles, Helene and Bennie Faulkner|
Hi, I wonder if you have access to Milford Cemetery records and can locate Charles Faulkner and family in Milford Cemetery. They are not listed on Find a Grave, but death certificates list Milford as the cemetery. I would appreciate any help. Others in Helene's family are buried here also. Her maiden name was Jackson. Thanks, Janis Webb Babb
|Christopher||John J Wood|
Thank you for the Wood photos, and most recently the photo of John J Wood monument. It is much appreciated!
|Rick Longstreth||Thank You!|
Your recent photo of the Elizabeth Foster / Elizabeth Smith grave marker has helped clear up a discrepancy in my genealogy records. I had believed thar Elizabeth had ONLY been married to Charles Foster. While searching for her memorial page on this website, I discovered that there were actually 2 different memorial pages neither having a photo ofor a marker and both having different last names, yet both having the same birth and death dates as well as the same husband. It was obvious that both memorial pages were associated with the same person as only the last names differed. Thank you for answering my request and providing the photo that cleared up the confusion. Seeing the name engraved in granite has put to rest which memorial page is in fact correct.
|Heattown||Emma and Gloid Whitesell|
Thank-you for the lovely photo of Emma and Gloid Whitesell's gravestone. Words cannot express our family's gratitude of giving of your time. Your kindness shall never be forgotten. You are a true unsung hero. Thank-you for advancing the knowledge to the next generation. The world is in great need of you. Wishing you health and happiness in the years ahead. I am, with deepest respect, a grateful family member. Gratitude.
Added by Heattown on Jul 03, 2016 5:19 PM
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