|Leah D. Lichtenberg (#46889283)|
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I am an avid Cemetery Seeker and professional cemetery photographer.|
If I can help you in any way, please don't hesitate to contact me as I'm willing to help any way I can!
I am willing to research in the following locations:
*PLEASE NOTE* Most of these locations are minimum 2-3 hours away, one way. I would be more than happy to help, but please understand that I travel quite a bit across the United States to do my photography and it might take me a few weeks to a few months to get to these locations. If you are willing to wait, I'd be more than willing to help!
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|N Wickam||Mountain View Cemetery|
Thank you so very much for taking ana posting the photos for Isabelle Bailie & Wilson Williams.
This would be the only way I would see them.
Thank you again.
Added by N Wickam on Sep 16, 2010 3:44 PM
|Pam and Steven Bennet||Dick Wilson|
since you had that photo of Columbus Cemtentay
thought you live thier. Sorry
Steven Coe Bennet
|Pam and Steven Bennet||RE: Richard Dean Wilson|
If you could send picture of Uncle tombstone that would be great.
Steven coe Bennet
|Pam and Steven Bennet||Richard Dean Wilson|
Uncle Dick #48885173 I live in Marion,IN my wife is handcaped and can not travel. How much to photo his grave?
Steven Coe Bennet
|Keri Fuller Long||RE: Camp Moore Confederate Cemetery|
Thanks you so much for trying. It's sad that so few have markers.
|Pam R.||FAG -|
My sister's husband was from Storm Lake, Iowa. His name was Lowell Lichtenberg.
Added by Pam R. on Feb 11, 2010 11:52 AM
Leah - What area are you willing to search in? Perhaps you could put that on your profile.
My sister was married to a Lichtenberg from Iowa and they lived in Oregon. Maybe you are related. Thanks.
Added by Pam R. on Feb 06, 2010 10:41 AM
|Missing You||RE: Kautz - Ritzville, WA|
Thank you for checking on these gravesites for me. I haven't any record of Mathilda or Reinhart Kautz in our family tree. They probably were related to a common ancestor though.
Cool website. I love that type of thing! Best of luck.
Thank you so much for the photo of William and Pauline's grave stone! I really appreciate it.
Added by kcnboise on Jan 25, 2010 7:02 PM
Thanks for the Hennings headstone photo. That fills a gap.
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