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|Jeff Hall||Sgt Dewey C Raper Photos|
Hi AnnMarie, great job in adding headstone photos for Sgt Dewey C Raper, perfectly done! Thank you for honoring this young soldier who died defending
our country during WW2.
|Susan Wiley||Edwin Fulghum|
AnnMarie. Thank you for the photo. I hope before too long a permanant stone or marker will be in place. If you go back to the cemetery later I hope you will check again for me. I appreciate your help so much. Susan
|Mark London||RE: Switzer|
Ok, I've add him too. Thanks!
|Mark London||RE: London|
Thanks for the great photographs! I also appreciate the photograph that showed all the gravestones in relationship to each other, as it shows the Michael Barker gravestone, which I didn't realize was right next to them.
I've added Julius & Minie Switzer. Thanks!
|Judy Richards||Burl J. Cooper|
Hi Ann Marie
Will be happy to added your info but I need Memorial#.
|AngloFreek||RE: Preddy Markers in Maplewood|
AnnMarie, You are correct about the Knox relationships. I have added Wilton and Penelope as Lucille's parents on her memorial. No need to transfer. Thanks for the info!
|AngloFreek||Preddy Markers in Maplewood|
Thank you so much for the photos of Graydon and Lucille Preddy's markers in Maplewood Cemetery. It was very generous of you to take the time to do this for me. I very much appreciate it. And the photos are so large and clear, too!
|Jeff Hall||RE: Bunch|
Hi Ann Marie, Thank you for the wonderful headstone photos provided for Pvt Joseph Marvin Bunch, very nicely done. I appreciate your time and efforts to provide these great photos. As to your questions, I am not related to Joseph, he was a US Marine from the 6th Marine Division, and I am presently creating a virtual cemetery for these men, adding memorials if they are not already created. As to the Hall family, I live here in Utah and of course most of my close relatives are here. The Hall line that I am related to emigrated to the state of New York from England in the 1800's. My Grandfather Howard Hall moved out west to Utah as a young man. I'm sure we may be related somewhere along the line. Thanks again for your great work!
|Michelle||Tom Williford Grave|
Thank you for looking for the grave and for the other information that you provided with the photo. You actually hit the jackpot for me. The other people you mentioned:
"Cenie buried in Pauper grave, elsewhere in cemetery. George Hinson, Two Infants of Charlie Williford, George Case, Bryant Williford, all buried in Hinson Plot."
Did any of them have stones?
Added by Michelle on Jan 13, 2014 5:24 PM
|Aaron Stone||Mary Moore/Ola Johnson|
Thank you for the two pictures, I appreciate what you have done for my family tree!
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