|Memories From The Mist (#46916402)|
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"The richness of life lies in memories we have forgotten." -- Cesare Pavese|
If you have a headstone photo request, please email me and I'll be glad to help out!
The counties that I visit the most, in regard to cemeteries, are Bureau, Cass, Fulton, Henry, Knox, LaSalle, Marshall, Peoria, Schuyler, and Woodford counties.
take care and godspeed,
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|Maranita Pettit||Mary Ann Lappin Gray|
Thank you so much for the great picture. Anita
|Diane Miles||Elizabeth Fouts|
Thank you so much for your time and effort in getting the photo of Elizabeth Fouts' tombstone. Diane
Thank you so very much for the picture!
This is very helpful! Have a blessed day!
|Mike Hughbanks||Thank you so much|
Thank you for taking another picture of our Hughbanks family from Fulton County. We appreciate your time and energy.
Debra and Mike Hughbanks, Omaha!
Thanks so much.
Thank you so very much for sharing the cemetery photo for Joseph & Esther Meredith! Clc
Added by Clc on Dec 08, 2013 9:13 AM
Thank you so much for taking and adding the photo of her headstone. M. Black Martinson
|JackiMex||3 from Rigdon Cemetery|
Thank you, Janine, for uploading the gravestone photos for Elizabeth Duff Couch, Lucy Gillespie, and David Gillespie. Elizabeth is the mother of someone who married into my Tharp line, but I think she is also from my husband's Duff line. Thus, getting more info on her is quite helpful.
Info from the gravestones for the Gillespies proves that they are not the Gillespies that I am looking for. Elimination is part of genealogy.
Thanks for going out into the cold to get these photos,
Added by JackiMex on Dec 07, 2013 9:30 PM
|Shawn ||George & Ida Helle|
Thank you for including a photo of the headstone for my great grandparents memorials! I sure do appreciate your time and assistance!! Shawn
Added by Shawn on Dec 07, 2013 5:57 PM
Once again, thank you for the photos, this time of Josiah Heath Sampson and his wife Martha Ann Street Sampson. Your work is very much appreciated by all.
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