|Jeannie Duncan||Fred Conway Sponsership|
Shirley, Thank You for Sponsering this Memorial, I just added the headstone pic for it, if you'd like to see it.
I noticed that this is your Dad, If you'd like to have management of his memorial just ask. I'm always Glad to transfer to family (Especially in your case because you sponsered it).
Hope you have a Great Day.
|Martha Reid 19 UDC||Memorial# 74877019|
Sorry for delay in expressing my thanks for the headstone photo that you so generously provided. Your time and effort is appreciated as well as the support you have demonstrated. Have a great weekend and God Bless You for the work you do on F/G.
|Martha Reid 19 UDC||Memorial# 75272472|
Thank you for sponsoring & honoring this noble man. God Bless You.
|Martha Reid 19 UDC||Memorial# 74167344|
Thank you so much Shirley for fulfilling my photo request. Your time and effort was truly appreciated. Have a fabulous week and God Bless You for the work you do on F/G.
|Kevin Smith||Thank You!|
Thank you so much for taking time to fulfill my request! I wish that I could help you in your genealogy search but instead I hope your kindness will be repaid by another considerate researcher.
All my best!
Thank you so much for trying to find my grandmothers headstone. I really appreciate it very much. I understand the frustration you have not find it. I have only taken one picture for someone else and I know the joy you are providing to others. Have a good day now. Susan
|Rachel McCulloch||Pvt Jno. Bescherer|
Thank you so much!! I really never thought it would be there.
|Donna Meinscher Estes||WESLEY HERNDON|
Shirley your have come through again for me - what an angel you are! Thank you so very much for the picture.
You just made my day. I see you are a very newcomer to Find A Grave. you will totaly enjoy it. Now for the story. On James's memorial page, the link to his only childs is Rosa. She is in my tree, I have her memorial page. That was pertty much the story till the other day. A friend of mine who is a Reitzell, Iasked him about Rosa, he said something about she had married a Dr. and that her fathers name was James H and that he had died in a prison camp in Ohio and thats all he new. Want he be surprised when I take your picture of James H to him tomorrow!!!! This may be your first story like this, but if you keep taking photos, it want be your last. This truely has touched me. Thank You, Wylie
|Donna Meinscher Estes||RE: JAMES HERNDON|
Is alright Shirley. I appreciate your help. The photo of the stone is for a United Daughters of the Confederacy project that my chapter in Austin TX is doing for the 150th Sesquecentenial of the Civil War. We are trying to catalog the grave sites of as many Confederate soldiers as we can. ~ Donna
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