|Linda(Cook) Richmond (#47579627)|
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I love helping people fine there love ones. I take my grandkids along sometime I hope they learned to love it as much as I do. I will look in Trimble Owen Henry and Carroll county Ky. My family names or Cook Green Kemper Richmond Bain.|
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|George Paul Farris||Martha Ann Mefford (FAG # 28008306)|
I pray you and your grandchildren have kept warm and happy during the polar vortex we have been experiencing.
Allow me to thank you for the extremely clear photo you captured of my cousin's headstone, which you added to her memorial profile.
God bless you for all the effort and thought you put into the important recording and preservation work you do.
I'm certain that generations, as yet unborn, will benefit from your consideration.
Hi Linda...Would you remove the photo from Verlinda Clements Memorial# 79400790? It's for a different Verlinda buried in the same cemetery. Thanks, Bev
|shawn roberts||thank you|
thank you. Shawn
Would you please transfer Memorial#92320803 to me. He is my 3rd great grandfather. My # is 47562219 thank you for your time and efforts.
|Deborah Clifton||Mary Elizabeth Payne Marksberry|
Mary Elizabeth is in my family tree. I noticed the stone that is on her page, is one of Norma Turner Marksberry. Is this a relation? I was just confused as to why that stone is put on her page. Thanks for all the time you take to supply the photo requests. It is really appreciated!
|Perdita (Didi) France - Bush - Poe||Laura P Bush|
Thank you for the photo...
I wish it was more of the writing to the left , but its great all the same ... ~smile~ I thank you so very much
Perdita Elaine France Bush Poe
|George Paul Farris||RE: Raisor|
I pray you and your family are well and that the inclement weather hasn't been too much of a burden. Let me first send my thanks for your wonderful compliment by comparing my looks to my 2GGM Delilah, I think she is quite a beauty. She was the daughter of James Harvey Raisor (1799 — 1872) and his first wife, Esther "Hettie" Shoemaker (1800 — 1840). You have her correct parents, but perhaps not the correct father for James Harvey. If you wish I can send you a pedigree, or my Raisor bloodline. Unfortunately, "Lila" disappears from the record after she was enumerated on 02 Jun 1880 in Franklinton District in Henry County during the 1880 Census. As her husband, John Quincy Mefford, remarried on 16 Jun 1897, it is presumed she died prior to then, thus freeing him to remarry. Alas, I know neither the cause or the date of her death, nor where she lies while awaiting His second coming. Before I close let me say Friday is my 33d wedding anniversary, so I'm taking my wife, Ginny on a week-end getaway. Thanks for all your help and your interest. Capitol regards, George
|Marsha Toles-Smither||Laura Montfort Singleton & Irene Montfort|
Thank you so much for taking these memorial pictures for me. I really appreciate the photos.
Thank you again and GOD Bless!!!!
|Betty Evans||Mary E. Jones|
Thank you for taking and posting the grave marker of my ancestor.
|Betty Evans||John R Jones|
Thank you for taking and posting my ancestor's grave marker.
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