|Jean Fugate (#47414652)|
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I am working on genealogy for my family. I have found that if you add photo's of people or their headstone it makes it more personal. I have asked for headstones and it is only fair to take photo's in return for others. |
It is alright with me if you want to use the photo's I put on. The photo's were your reguest to start with, glad to help out.
Take time to smell the flowers and enjoy nature, life is short.
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Thank you very much for taking and posting photo's of Joseph and Martha Longua's graveyard headstones.
Your efforts are much appreciated.
Added by Larry046 on Dec 06, 2013 9:28 AM
|Michael J. Petrie||Thanks|
Thanks Jean for looking for the Bonnell stone.
|Noreen Klock||Julia Rondo and Anna M.|
Thank you for the picture of my great-great grandmother,Rondo's,headstone. I am touched by this gesture.
I was informed that my paternal grandmother was also buried in St. Charles. I thought that the marker, that was hard to read, might be hers. I'm not sure. Her name was Anna M. Gavigan.
I live in the Northwest.I left Wisc. in 1959. I could not have accomplished this without your help.
Thank you, again,
Thank you so much for your assistance!
|Kathy Fuhrman||Lawrence Balthazor|
Thank you so much for Lawrences Tombstone picture :-)
|Kathy Fuhrman||Bernard & Mildred clark|
Thank you so much for their tombstones. Appreciate it very much:-)
Thank you very much for the extremely quick response getting the photo for Andrew Ditter's gravestone.
I appreciate all you do for findagrave!
Added by DDitter on Oct 03, 2013 9:48 AM
|Michael J. Petrie||thanks|
Thanks for the photos.
|11thacrkia||Terrance Edward Ledden|
Jean, Thank you for taking the time to fulfill the request for the photo of Terrance Ledden. He served in my unit in Vietnam. Your efforts are appreciated. Regards - Allen
Thank you for posting the photos of Civil War veteran Henry Sawyer. The full monument photo was especially nice.
Good to know that Henry's service is still remembered and honored locally.
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