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richard b (#47354228)
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Bio Photo Located in Southeastern Idaho

Most of the Memorials I have created were done of those not yet done in the local Cemeteries. Many I know only by what is engraved in their stone. So I will gladly transfer them.

Mistakes happen especially when you are your own proof reader, so please let me know when you find them so corrections can be made.

Please Use the EDIT Button on the memorial you wish transferred or with corrections.

Thank You.
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Thank you again!
Many thanks again and again for your generosity! Sincerely appreciate all you have done to get this information on the site to help all of us from so very far away! Find a Grave is wonderful and it is the great volunteers that make it so! Thank you, Richard!
Added by ca on Oct 24, 2014 3:52 PM
Thank you!
Thank you so very much for the KYSAR family transfers! Sincerely appreciate your efforts in creating these memorials and the great photographs. Many thanks for your generosity!
Added by ca on Oct 23, 2014 4:07 AM
Gloria Atwell
Daniel and Alice White
Richard, Thank-you so much for transferring the couple to me. I appreciate all your work in photographing so many headstones.
Added by Gloria Atwell on Oct 13, 2014 10:22 AM
Cracraft Proud
Peterson edits
Thank you for your timely response to my request for edited info on Iola Howes Peterson. And thank you for the transfers. You are very thoughtful.
Added by Cracraft Proud on Oct 12, 2014 8:05 PM
RE: Private Eli Wehrly
Well, here is what I found out: The earliest American militia was three months old on 13 Dec 1636, the date that is celebrated as the birthday of the National Guard. The Guard was not called the "National Guard," until 1916, however. But the militia are "the oldest in the nation" and "possibly in the world," being in operation here for 370-400 years, in every campaign from 1636 until Iraq and Afghanistan. I had no idea that the National Guard was operating for so long. I never realized that it participated in the Civil War.
Added by S.R.F. on Oct 02, 2014 5:16 PM
RE: Private Eli Wehrly
Maybe. I don't know if the Guard existed at that time? I need to look that up! :)
Added by S.R.F. on Oct 02, 2014 3:01 PM
Private Eli Wehrly
Do you know what the letters, "N."G." stand for before the word "Infantry" on his tombstone?

Added by S.R.F. on Oct 02, 2014 1:43 PM
Private Eli Wehrly
Sorry for the typo! :)
Added by S.R.F. on Oct 02, 2014 1:13 PM
Private Eli Wgrley Memorial
Thank you for updating this memorial, Richard. S.R.F.
Added by S.R.F. on Oct 02, 2014 1:12 PM
West/Falls View
Thanks for the West family memorial transfers at Falls View Cemetery.

Added by Treeclimber on Sep 25, 2014 3:28 PM
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