I am asking your permission to import your photos of my relatives (will list if desired) into my online family tree at http://www.myheritage.com/site-174846001/gray
Credit will be given for each image used, with a link to your profile at Find A Grave
Thanks in advance
|Sharon K. (Laine) Smith||Arthur H. Clark, Mem. #26532386|
Are you related to Arthur H. Clark? My husband is related to his wife, Marcelene Edwina Smith Clark? Thought we might have some common interests.
Sharon & Walter Smith
|Ellen Tyner||Aleatha M (Tyner) Clark|
I came across your photo of Aleatha M Clark while researching my husband's family tree.
Can you tell me where you found this photo?
|Cindy Allen Bertino||Walter Jr. Higgins|
Wanted to ask your permission to use a couple of your photos of Walter Higgins Jr. marker in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery on my Ancestry.com pages. Thank you.
|Deborah Lynn Simonis||hello again!!|
I was thrilled to see the cemetery map for Pleasant Ridge on Find a Grave, but I can't enlarge it without it pixelating. Is there any way it could be photocopied in sections or shot with a digital camera in sections?? I'd be happy to pay for the time....I just need a close look at those names!
Thanks sooooo much!!!!
|Lyle Fulton||Margaret (DeWitt) Gile|
When entering photos for Vernon and Gladys DeWitt, I noticed the link to daughter Margaret. Quite a surprize for me. I remember Margaret from high school. I was in the Concordia HS class of 1955. Small world. Was she a relative of yours? I've left flowers for Margaret.
|colette harrison||bishop cem|
The only Kilforth I found out to Bishop was Marie caroline Kilforth and she was on a Schumacher stone . There are all kinds of Schumacher stones in that cem.
|colette harrison||RE: other names|
Any people that have those last name that are in the cem. I will take pictures of.
I will right the names down. I take my poodles to get their hair cut in about 3-4 week in MARENGO ..I will gladly go see . I am going to the courthouse that day also is there anything u need from there .If I can get to marengo sonner I 'll Try.
|Lana Popejoy||RE: Thanks|
Fred Clifford is buried in Maple Hill Cemetery in Kansas City, Kansas.
The plot number is Block 1, Lot 69, Grave 3.
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