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Jill and Ron Weikle (#47318282)
 member for 4 years, 11 months, 20 days
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Bio Photo My husband and I are both retired and love visiting cemeteries.

We take pictures and post memorials of relatives and "friends" we find along the way.

If any of the "friends" are your relatives, please let us know and we will gladly transfer to you.
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 • 75,339 Memorials Added
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 • 78,958 Photos
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Cherie
Raymond Mayer
Thank you for trying to find the grave. They most likely didn't place a headstone. Appreciate your time. Cherie
Added by Cherie on Jun 22, 2015 10:22 PM
Sharen Shultz Bowers
Zelpha McCulloch
Thank you so much Jill and Ron for updating the memorials so quickly! It is really appreciated. :) Thanks too for all of your work for FindAGrave! ;)
Sharen
Added by Sharen Shultz Bowers on Jun 22, 2015 9:02 AM
Hilary Tait
Mary K Tait, Dalton,Ohio
Hello to you good people,

I would like to thank you so very, very much for putting up the photo of the headstone of Mary K Tait (1850-1922) in Dalton Cemetery. I found it through searching on Ancestry, and found a corresponding obituary synopsis, then emailed to request the full obituary, which confirmed for me that this is my great great grandmother. I was so happy to have found her, and hence a bit more about her life. Our American relatives believed she was with her husband in Punxsutawney, PA, and when I went to America some time ago now, in 2002, I visited his grave (along with a daughter and granddaughter), but no Mary. But now I find with the extra info sent from the local library that she is buried next to one of her daughters, and near to another. The whole family migrated to America in 1903 and 1904, however, my great grandparents went back to England after five years, while all the rest stayed (incidentally this family tried to all go back to America in 1929, but their visas were declined - all except the two youngest sons). My father migrated to New Zealand from England in the mid-1960s - so this message of thanks comes to you from Wellington, New Zealand. I am working on a family history to share with all our whanau. It's amazing how quickly all the information is lost. Well, once again, I can't thank you enough, it's fantastic! Regards, Hilary Tait
Added by Hilary Tait on Jun 21, 2015 5:37 PM
 

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