|Catherine Byron (#46549719)|
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|I'm a retired educator who is interested in preserving family history. Find A Grave offers the perfect format for doing that. I've uploaded all the records from a little country cemetery named Hearts at Peace out in Garfield County, Montana, and have added lots of photos and biographical notes for each. It is a history of the settlement of that area from homesteader days to the present. Thanks, Find A Grave for the forum to do this kind of preservation!|
Hearts at Peace
St. Labre Cemetery
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|Diane Hagen||Marceline "Marci" Clifford|
Hi Catherine - thank you for transferring my aunt Marceline "Marci" Clifford to me. Very much appreciated.
Hello Catherine! Thank you for the transfer and your hard work. I appreciate it very much and will take good care of him, and I promise to transfer further if someone closer contacts me. He was from a large family from Nebraska, Iowa, PA, and Germany before that. A real picture of the development of the country. Best regards, Bill Fisher
|Karen Griswold Stroh||Brandon-Uva|
Thanks so much for all you do!
Thanks for the pictures, I like the change up,
|kzauke||RE: Kate and Patrick Boyle|
The memorials of Kate, Patrick, and Mary Boyle have been transferred. I'm sure they are in good hands now!
Added by kzauke on May 27, 2012 9:23 AM
|kzauke||RE: Boyle Marker|
You are very welcome for the photos...it was our pleasure! In case you didn't notice, I was also able to locate Patrick Boyle, Catherine Lynch Boyle and Mary Boyle. They were all three together in the same block but probably about 50 yards away from the others. They have been added to find-a-grave with pictures. The main stone of the Patrick and Catherine has become overgrown with bushes and trees and was very difficult to spot even though it is right alongside one of the roads.
Added by kzauke on May 27, 2012 8:51 AM
|Penny Jo||Hearts AT Peace Cemetery|
so sorry, I just noticed my error. Now I have the correct name...Hearts At Peace. Again, thanks for your efforts with this cemetery.
Added by Penny Jo on Apr 01, 2012 10:07 AM
|Penny Jo||Hearts of Peace Cemetery|
Thank you for your hard work and thoughtfulness in documenting this little cemetery. I had heard of the project and now I have "discovered" Find A Grave. Most of my childhood was spent in Jordan, MT. I have just recently returned to MT after a 30 year absence. I plan to take volunteer pictures for Find A Grave in central and eastern parts of the state as I reacquaint myself with the area. If you need help with other projects like HOP Cemetery, please let me know.
Added by Penny Jo on Mar 31, 2012 10:19 PM
Thank you so much for trying to locate a gravestone for Hans Nash. I do appreciate your time and effort.
|Gracie Ann Hill||Thank you|
Thank you for the nice tribute to Ronald George Bixby--Wanda is my cousin and I had not seen the write up. The photo is excellent.
Gracie Ann Hill
Thank you so much for the pictures. It is much appreciated!
Added by Fred on Aug 08, 2008 10:38 AM
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