|Gary Walker (#47179247)|
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I live in Sharon, Walworth County, Wisconsin. I have been taking photos and creating memorials for many of the people in the local cemeteries. I have tried to find as much information as possible to add to the memorials and to link them to as many related people as possible. I will be glad to add any additional information to any memorial that you might have. |
PLEASE use the "EDIT" button in the upper right corner of the Memorial to contact me about a memorial, so that I can find the correct memorial. I will consider a transfer of memorials outside of Find A Grave guide Lines, if I am not related I will be happy to transfer any of my memorials to the care of anyone w,ho is related to them in any way.
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|DeAnne Bradford||RE: OWENS-PHILLIPS-STONE PHOTOS|
Thank you very much, Gary, for taking these photos. Ethel Owen was my grandmother, Joseph and Betsey Stone were her grandparents. I appreciate your time! I do not know the names of Joseph and Betsey's son's but once I figure it out will submit the request. Thank you again!
|Saulback||Appilena Hudson Morgan|
Thank you so very much for fullfilling my photo request. I live out of state so I appreciate the beautiful photo very clear.
Added by Saulback on Sep 30, 2014 5:14 AM
|Rebecca Wright||Enice, William & Vernon Bray|
Thank you for the nice clear photos of the Bray family grave markers. I really appreciate your time and efforts.
|Rebecca Wright||RE: EUNICE BRAY PHOTO|
Thank you Gary, I just added photo requests for William & Vernon Bray, I really appreciate your time and effort!
|Sonja||RE: Cintilla McConnell|
I tried to submit a request today but it looks like I had already submitted one....thanks for all your help!
Added by Sonja on Sep 28, 2014 10:53 AM
Would like to thank you for photographing Charles Gransee, Mary Gransee, Arthur Gransee, and Johanna Gransee's tombstones. Have a nice day.
|Sonja||RE: Cintilla McConnell|
Thanks so much for your very quick reply and work! I really appreciate it.
I am interested in a picture of the Cintilla stone. I know that she was 11 years old when she died in 1918. Frank and Mabel also had a daughter Lela/Leila/Lilia born about 1897, a daughter named Grace born about 1903, and a daughter named Ruby born about 1915. The three daughters were living with their parents at home in 1920.
Please no rush re: returning to the cemetery.
Thanks again for all your efforts.
Added by Sonja on Sep 27, 2014 8:41 PM
|Lorrie||Anna & Eric Peterson|
THANK YOU SO VERY, VERY MUCH for letting me know about Anna & Eric and adding the photo (which was great!) to their memorials. I really appreciate all that you have done. You are a very valuable asset to Find A Grave and people like you are what makes this site a success!!!!!!!!!!
Added by Lorrie on Sep 23, 2014 10:50 AM
THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH for your time, efforts and kindness!
Take care, Best of luck,
Added by MRA on Sep 22, 2014 3:25 PM
|Lorrie||RE: Mary Peterson|
You are FANTASTIC! She is exactly the one I was searching for. Her name was Anna Maria Svensdotter Peterson and she was born in Heden, Laxarby Parish, Sweden. She was my great-great great aunt! Eric Peterson was her second husband. I knew he had died before 1904, but wasn't sure if he died in Illinois or Wisconsin. You have filled in a missing piece for me. I only listed her as Mary since that was what she went by in the census reports, but I know her whole Swedish family. I am going to add Eric's name to Find A Grave, but if he doesn't have a stone, please let me know, but am assuming he does since you had specific dates. I got the date of Anna's death from a lady who had a copy of the cemetery book. THANK YOU so very, very much for letting me know about "Anna Maria". I cannot tell you how much I appreciate your help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Added by Lorrie on Sep 22, 2014 12:28 PM
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