|Barbara Hall||Malary Clayton|
Hello- Barb again. I said Harvey and it is Denver. sorry
|Barbara Hall||Malary Sue Clayton|
Hi Harvey- I was looking at all my Clayton family buried here and I notice a new one, the Malary Sue Clayton. I was wondering if you knew who her parents are? Thanks Barbara Clayton Hall
|D L Arnold||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for the photo of my great great grandparents, John J. and Frances Arnold at the cemetery in Miamitown. I live in WA state and am also disabled so I couldn't do it myself. It made my day!
Thank you for posting the phtoto
Added by dcterri on Apr 05, 2015 8:40 AM
|Wanda Hunter Day||RE: Robert & Verna McQueen|
I sent you a private message.
|Wanda Hunter Day||Robert & Verna McQueen|
Thank you for the photo for Robert J. McQueen (141122749) and Verna S. Mcqueen (141122793). I appreciate your response to my request.
|Earth Visitor||Denver Vanover|
Obie P Jones is his brother in law not sibling
|D. Singleton Shell||Samuel Singleton|
Denver, you knocked down a brick wall for the family. We appreciate so much your posting his memorial, without which we wouldn't have found him. Now, if we could find the last brother... Hope another kind Find A Grave contributor will post him and we'll receive another blessing! Thanks for the transfer, too.
|Long Black Veil||Dorothy Hartman Lawver|
Thank you for letting me know I had Dorothy Hartman Lawver listed in the wrong cemetery. I found a Glen Haven Memorial Park, in Montgomery Co, OH., and transfer Dorothy to this cemetery, I hope its correct.
If you use the edit tap to notify people of about a memorial its so much better. Thank goodness I only had one person names Dorothy Lawver.
Thank you for all the work you do on find a grave and all the photographs you have taken and posted which helps so many.
I hope all is well. I am hoping that you won't mind removing the picture of that you had on the grave of Katharine Scheidt Heintz. Find A Grave Memorial# 109025968. I was so happy that you took it and thanks to you, I was able to see how the base had sunken and the gravestone itself had broken off of the base and was just leaning there. Some money and a picture showing the condition of the grave have ensured that her grave will be properly marked for at least another 150 years! Thanks you, Denver. Merry Christmas!
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