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|Jeaneen||Lamberts at Bradfield Chapel Cemetery|
Hello, you helped me in the past with photos which were greatly appreciated. I still have a request at Bradfield Chapel Cemetery that has not been claimed. If you have a chance to go back to this cemetery, I would appreciate a photo of the following, also a photo if there is a spouse buried with her. Thank you so much.
Mattie Lambert Williams -- 74238202
Added by Jeaneen on Dec 07, 2013 4:52 AM
|Douglas C. Johnson||Memorial Images|
I would like to thank you for the most excellent images of the grave markers that I requested. I really appreciate the size and quality of the pictures that you made for me. It is people like you that make searching for my roots an enjoyable experience.
Also, may I use the images on the FamilySearch family tree website? I would of course list it with full credit given to you for the use of the images.
|Debby Johnson||Saint Joseph Cemetery|
Hi! I have fulfilled all your photo requests in Saint Joseph Cemetery in Sabine Parish near Zwolle, Louisiana except for one. I was unable to find Maria Victoria Procella Sepulvado. I will look again for her in the future. I may have missed her or it could be a headstone that is missing or unreadable. Any information about her may help when I am looking, like other family members that may be buried around her. Don't give up yet.
|Ronnie V. Sellers||RE: Aiken Headstone's|
I know what you mean about (Sparkledirt). I'm correcting all that I run into.
I'm glad you got a photo of Dave's grave. That clears up a lot for me. He is the brother of Joseph F. Aiken and Sarah Brown. Both of them are buried in New Prospect Cemetery.
As for spelling the Aiken name. I'll use Dave as an example. He is William David or Davis Aiken. On the 1920 census he's Dave Akins. 1910 he's Dave W. Akin, in 1900 he's William D. Aiken, in 1880 he's William D. Aikins, in 1870 he's William Aekins, in 1860 he's W. D. Aikens and in 1850 York County, South Carolina he's William D. Akin. So anything that look's like Aiken is part of that family.
Once again, thank you and your wife for all of the help you've given me.
Have a Great Day
|Ronnie V. Sellers||Aiken Headstone's|
I can't thank you enough for your help with the Aiken headstone photos.
Have a Great Day
|Judy in California||Claud Loran Key|
Thank you so much for taking the time to locate Claud's gravesite and take the pictures for me.
Judy in California
|Ronnie V. Sellers||Headstone Photo|
Thank you for adding the headstone photo for John Davis Aiken, If you have any more Aiken photos in the New Prospect Cemetery that would be great.
Have a Great Day
|sem||Martha Jane Murdoch Owen|
Thank you for this photo. She was the sister of my grandfather and family legend has it she traveled with her husband from SC to Texas in a covered wagon. I have a photo of her when she visited my grandfather in SC in the 1940s. Thank you again. S. Murdoch
Added by sem on Oct 28, 2013 9:18 AM
|Reebok||Douglassville Cemetery and Antioch Cemetery|
Thank you for taking the time to photograph the following headstones: William L Howe,
Aida B Howe, Ida Blanche Greene Howe, William C Allday, Infant Son Allday, Bessie Allday, Infant Son Allday, Lena Allday, Ira A Heath, Thomas Robert Howe Heath, William James Howe, Celia Adaline Harp Howe, Elouise Olene DuPree Hunt, Lewis LaFayette Hunt, Jestine Hunt Jennings, Raymond Ellis Brook, Sr., Dave Lewis Jennings, Lula Jeffery Hunt Brooke, James Robert Woodward, Helen Margaret Baucum Woodward, Helen Green Hunt Baucum, Lee Arden Heldt, Hannah Savannah Whittington Heldt, Henry Elvin Heldt, Michael Henry Heldt, and Mabel Pauline Woods Heldt. I greatly appreciate it.
Added by Reebok on Oct 27, 2013 1:03 PM
|J Martin Graham||Clinkscales and Latham headstone photos|
Thank You sooooo much!
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