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Retired factory worker.|
US Navy veteran.
Members of several veteran organizations,
I will gladly transfer memorials of your family members to you within FAG guidelines. Transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations. This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.
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|Kristin Anderson||RE: Delcie (Reed) Keller|
Wow - thank you so much and my cousins thank you as well! There is no such person as Delcie in our family! We have a Minnie Alice Reed Schonart who was listed in the 1900 census as Della and away my cousins went finding "D" names with the same birthdate. Wheee! Now I have the fun of telling them there is a huge mistake in their tree...ooops. Thanks for the heads-up - I've been on an interesting journey!
Kris Anderson, Junction City, Oregon
Unite ...Thank you for your Service to our Great Country and the Find A Grave Community
Fair winds and Following Seas Mate
|Genfem||William Brenton Beall stone|
Hello I am updating a family history, Berkebile Families in America, 6th Edition of which William Brenton Beall is a member. Could I have your permission to use your picture of his headstone in the book? You would of course be given credit for the photo
Added by Genfem on Jan 03, 2015 6:48 PM
|Mary Briggs||Fifer Memorials|
Thank you so much for adding headstone pictures to my Fifer memorials. If I ever learn to scan and crop my pictures, I'll be able to add pictures but so far it only happens by accident. I'll keep trying. So, again, I am so thankful to have someone care enough to get the headstone pictures on Find A Grave so other reseachers can use the information. No better way to know the information is correct, well, as correct as any other source.
Traverse City, Michigan
|Joan Boyd||Dearest Cousin|
Thank you so much for the "Teddy Bear". She is your 2nd cousin. I am so humbled for my "baby girl". You are your father and mother's son. Life was not diamonds for them. But they never gave another person any thing but love. I would love to have one of you dad's hugs again. Thank You!
|Charles Patterson||re: thanks again!|
Thanks for the recent memorials and the time fullfilling requests. We appreciate your time and efforts on our behalf!
Teri and Chuck Patterson
Dear Les -
Thank you SO much for finding and photographing my great-grandfather's headstone. It means a lot to me!
Added by kmt on Jun 19, 2011 7:04 PM
|Andy Gappa||other Byer stones|
Thanks for the shots of the other 2 Byer stones you took. They look great! Some day I'll be able to return the favor. Thanks again.
|locogirlp||James M. Browning - Valley Cemetery|
Thank you SOooo much for taking a picture of this young man's gravestone! Of all the stones of his siblings, his stone was the only one I was missing. I am thrilled!
|ron summers||Many thanks for the photo for Hezekiah Green !|
I'm new to find a grave, but what a terrific site! I really do appreciate your photo, and I hope I can return the favor/request someday, for I volunteered as a photographer too.
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