Greg, thank you for your time and help with this photo. I really appreciate it.
Added by Khopper on May 20, 2014 12:30 PM
Thank you for taking the photograph of Harold's headstone. You have been so helpful.
|Carol Lynn White||Anna Lois Moore|
Thank you for your attempt to take a photo of her grave. I have noted the problem, and I have removed my photo request.
Carol Lynn White
|Joyce Escue Culver||Arthur Diedericks|
Please feel free to add a clearer picture. If you would like a transfer, let me know. I'm not related.
|Joyce Escue Culver||William Smith|
1856-1920 Please feel free to do the memorial. I have deleted the 2nd picture.
|LindiShu||Thank you !|
Thanks a million times over for taking the photograph for me. Sorry it took so long on responding. I got going to so many lines that it took me a bit back to get back :D.
Thanks for your sacrifice to take it for me.
Added by LindiShu on Apr 28, 2013 3:53 PM
|Dave Harnett||Info re: Moses Liverman|
Can you please contact me at:
or my brother at: email@example.com
We are researching Moses Liverman who was an attorney and was in Deadwood, SD for a time during the mid 1870's. Wondering if this is the same person you have listed here. Any help is appreciated.
|Roanna Dolan Griffin||Morris Dolan|
Thank you so much. I just knew the one that was on his memorial could not be the right one. I appreciate you so much. Thank you, Thank you, Roanna Dolan Griffin
|texmexfla||Find A Grave Memorial# 14122726|
I saw the Find A Grave Memorial# 14122726 for Jerome Swinford who is buried in Orange, Texas. On his page there is the notation "CIVIL WAR VET
Co. A, Likens Reg. Cavalry, later dismounted " and I am curious about your source of information. Please let me know your source as i am researching a regimental history of this group and searching for information about the men who served. firstname.lastname@example.org
|Edgar Young||John M. Sporing for Khopper|
Find A Grave Memorial# 28969764
Mt. Pisgah, Cripple Creek, Colorado
For Rebekah W. Graves Sifers:
Many remains were moved during the years at Mt. Pisgah cemetery. Some were moved to make room for fraternal or military graves, some were moved to relocate indigents to the west side. No telling where R. Sifers is buried, but her husband Peter Sifers is buried in the military section and she lived in Cripple Creek until her death.
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