|RC Karnes (#46949377)|
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Hi. I love genealogy research. I have submitted photos from the cemeteries close to me, in thanks for others that have done the same. |
If my photo or info has helped you, please do the same for some one else.
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|Michael Howard||James Dabney Ashe was my Grandfather|
I just wanted to thank you for posting the pic of the graveside headstone of my grandfather, James Dabney Ashe. Feb. 1904 - Dec. 27, 1978.
I was only 18 at the time he passed away & he was very dear to me and close to my heart.
I'm a disabled vet, so unable to get to the grave site anymore. I did an online Google search for my grandfather and found this site.
"Pal of my heart" was a poem given to my Grandmother, by my Grandfather.
Sincerely, Michael Howard
Thank you so much for your work and the photo. It means so very much.
|Jim Shropshire||James & Margaret Shropshire|
Thank you R.C. Karnes for your generous gift of time and respect on behalf of my family who are buried at Calvary Hill and around. I am honored to carry on your work, although I'm just getting started.
|Thomas R McKee||Stadden Cemetery - new photos|
You had asked about additional photos from the Stadden Cemetery. Dad and I made a couple of recent visits to the Stadden Cemetery. As we expected it is in really poor shape, very badly overgrown, fallen trees, poison ivy, briars, etc. But at least the badly overgrown fence is keeping the cows out now so there is no further damage in that regard.
It took me awhile trimming the heavy overgrowth of briars off the Stadden gate before I could either see the sign or open the gate. Then we found the McKee gate and fence under a huge group of fallen tree branches. It took us a couple of afternoons to clear the McKee section and rebuild our fence before I ventured out to find more gravestones, most of which were buried under the leaves and dirt.
I posted a number of new photos after the visit.
|Rick Riggs||Lizzie Cumba headstone photo|
I would like to thank you for the work that you have done. I to like doing geneology and have been trying to find my moms aunt. My mom will be glad to know where Lizzie Cumba is and that she can go by to put flowers out. Thanks again
|David Olsen||James Bean|
Thank you so much for the photo for James. He was one of 9 men from the Howitzer Battery of the 11th Cavalry that was killed in Vietnam. Soon I will have them all back together again where they belong and then my work will be done.
|Charla Selman Behr||Thanks!!!|
Thanks so much for all your help in adding information from cemeteries. It has been very helpful to me in my geneaology research. What a blessing to have your assistance in these records. - Charla Selman Behr
|Betty||William Hudson Philp, Sr.|
Thank you very much. I always appreciate photos of gravestones, especially those taken far from where I live. I plan to take many in local cemeteries here when the snow melts.
Added by Betty on Jan 24, 2012 5:54 AM
|linda farnsworth||Thank you!|
Thank you for adding my Mother's gravestone picture. I was 6 when she died, and I had never seen her grave... My father remarried quickly and never talked about my mother again after that. I finally found her grave a few years ago...50 years after she died. I appreciate your pictures....her name was elizabeth Catherine rice Lindsley.?"
|JanieB||Ethel Romanah Lovejoy Beaver|
Thank you so much for the lovely photo of my grandmother's gravestone! I really appreciate it.
Added by JanieB on Jan 08, 2012 1:04 PM
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