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Thanks for taking the photo of Vera's gravestone. It is much appreciated. Terry
Added by Terry on Apr 01, 2015 7:53 AM
I just want to thank you for fulfilling my photo request at Coleridge Cemetery. I find it funny that these two sisters (maiden name Meyer) married men with the last name Meier... and they were not the only siblings to do that within that family.
I am paying it forward and fulfilling photo requests for others over the next few weeks...
|jbpfab||Michael Schindler Stone|
Brad, Many thanks for getting the Stone picture for us. It is truly appreciated.
Jerry and Lori
Added by jbpfab on Apr 01, 2015 1:09 AM
|Patty Bilskey||Joslin Family|
Thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to a huge favor for me - taking pictures of my loved one's graves. I never would have seen them otherwise.
|Shari||William H Rager Photo|
Thank you for the photo of William :) - It helps in my 'quest' to find "my" great great grandfather William H Rager! .... I've got to research the stone info to see if i can discern if this is him.
Added by Shari on Mar 31, 2015 7:09 PM
|Kim Myers High||Langes at Mount Hope Cemetery|
Thanks for the great headstone photo of Henry, Sophie, and Rudolph Lange. It helps quite a bit as I had no idea there was a son(at least I assume he's a son)named Rudolph! Oh well, more work for me. I appreciate your time!
I just saw you book "Aisle of the Forgotten Graveyard". I was curious what this book is about. Is it about a certain cemetery and the burials there? Is it a fictional mystery?
|Steve Stumpp||RE: Amalia Armbruster|
Amalia Armbruster married her third cousin, Josef Armbruster in 1871. The other names on the plate are three of their 11 children. The one that you think is "Mathilda" is actually "Mechtilde" which was Amalia's mother's name.
Thank you for the good work.
|Summer Cooper||photo requests fulfilled|
THANK YOU BRAD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
|Kathy Solem||RE: William Calvin Rentfrow|
Thanks for trying. I was just trying to find him so I can link him to his wife. I will check out the cemetery this summer when her stone is put up. Thanks
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