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My profile would be boring, so I won't bother (you can visit my dad Mitzie the Clown instead) ... and I won't list a bunch of do this and do that's. "Help with Find A Grave" has all that.... assuming you've read them. |
With sand fleas and no-see-ums biting, dodging bee's, garden snakes, and one territorial hawk - armed with a pocket full of batteries - I've swept the dirt, trimmed the grass, blown off the leaves and dug out the forgotten stones. Each one will tell you a story; of love, laughter and sadness.
I take pictures. Lots of pictures. Good ones, bad ones. wyswyg. Am slowly fixin' the really bad ones. Meanwhile you will know that there is a stone. You may use MY picture(s) any way you want, with the exception of re-posting them on Find A Grave. It is my gift to you. No further permission is needed, NOR credit given. This applies to MY PHOTO's ONLY. If you feel you must give credit, use my member ID# only - my name is plastered all over the www as it is.
Many contributors have given their time creating memorials for the men and women who lost their lives in service. I would like to bring attention to just this one:
2nd Lieut. Darrell K. Stoyke
Please, take a moment and visit his memorial. If the people of Eyguieres, France can build a memorial in the center of town to honor him, surely you can take a moment and visit his grave. If you have any information on this young man, please contact me. Thank you.
If you've left me a "thank you" - You are very welcome. I really am glad I was able to help you. Now go back to that memorial you were so happy to find and leave a Flower, a Note, some Cheetos. Anything. Show them you care and they are not forgotten.
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Thank you for the transfer and your kind words.
|Stewart Wooten||RE: re: Otto Martin Winklesky|
Jaci, thank you for your reply. I know what your going through dealing with this guy.One lady holds the memorial for my maternal grandparents and a guy holds the memorials for my paternal grandparents,have asked several times,but neither will even reply.Find A Grave doesn't seem to want to help me.Thank you for your time in remembering our ancestors. And Happy Thanksgiving. Stewart
|My2Angels||RE: re: Baby Jane Muetzel|
You are more than welcome :)
Thank you kindly...
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|amh0705||RE: re: Edwin Lee|
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|Vicky Griffith||RE: Royal Diteman|
You have supplied our family with more information than was had. Royal Diteman was my aunt's mother's first husband. I'd like to think there was a headstone at one time and it "disappeared" over the years or is covered over by sod now? 114 years is a long time ago. We may discuss putting up a new monument. Like I said, it just seems kind of sad not to have a marker.
Did you check with the cemetery personnel for the information/location? I sure appreciate the helpful efforts of people like you!!
|Vicky Griffith||Royal Diteman|
Thank you, Jaci, for helping with the search for the grave marker for Royal Diteman.
Too bad he had an unmarked grave. That is just plain sad...
|Ginny Suelzle||RE: re: Deborah Anderson|
Thanks so much.
|Mary Erickson||Willard Chapman|
Thank you, Jaci, for responding to my request for a photo of Willard's stone. I really appreciate your help! And THANK YOU for being a volunteer! Mary
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