Matt, thanks for the Chaffin photo from Rose Hills. Very nice.....Craig Burton
|Diana||Edna and Aaron Leebrick|
Thank you for taking photos of Edna and Aaron's resting place! I am so grateful. My heart is smiling!! -Diana
Added by Diana on Dec 17, 2010 12:05 PM
hank you so much, this really helped fill in a few blanks in my family tree.
Added by Kat on Nov 28, 2010 4:15 AM
|Linnea Perris||Ruth Curtis|
Thank you for posting the pictures of my mother's resting place. It is much appreciated.
John E. Perris
|Deloris Eastland||Headstone Photo|
Matthew thank you so very much for the picture of Lennie Rae Eastland. This was so long over due. Deloris
|cindy hall||RE: julien tombstones|
Matt, That would be wonderful! I will take any photo you can send me. I also just saw the other photos that you took. Thank you ever so much!
|cindy hall||gordon hall julien tombstone|
Thank you ever so much for taking a picture of this tombstone for me. I don't know how else i would have gotten it.
Also, if you are the volunteer who reported about Rayner Julien's tombstone being near the top of the cremation wall, that's no problem. Thank you for letting me know about it.
If I can help you in any way from Illinois, please let me know.
|Susan Billett Anderson Kost||Bert Edward S. John|
Ooops, the message I wrote may have been deleted!
Matthew, thank you for taking the time to photograph my step-grandfather's grave. He was a silent sort of man but so kind to my grandmother, Mary Grace Burk Anderson St. John and to me. I wondered who was buried next to him. The photo seems to have a "pair" of graves.
The work that you do means so much to so many who are unable to travel the distances to visit the gravesite. I live in Kansas and will probably never get to California again in my life time.. so this is very special to me!
Susan Anderson Kost
|Ronda Redden||James H Freeman|
Thank You for taking the picture of James H Freeman's marker. I'm in Oklahoma City if I can repay the favor.
|Rain Brings Rainbows||Thank You ~|
Matt, Uncle Bill's marker is so appreciated and the nice view from his burial and Aunt Nola's burial. An auto accident took Aunt Nola's life in the summer of 1966 ~ he lived many years alone. I sincerely appreciate your time and effort to provide this photo for his memorial page!
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