|Penny Eisenhower (#46823067)|
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I am working on family genealogy and am very interested in missing veterans graves. I am very thankful for the many volunteer photographers who have taken photos of family graves where I am unable to visit.|
Evergreen Cemetery, WA
Ft Snelling National Ceme...
Horace Cemetery, ND
Mt View, WA
St John the Baptist Cemet...
Sumner Cemetery, WA
Tahoma National Cemetery,...
Yelm Cemetery, WA
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|Jon Patzman||RE: Dorothy Blanchard|
|Tony Hardin||RE: Dennis N Sutton|
you can make changes to this memorial by clicking on edit then submitting the information, the changes will not be made until reviewed by FDG
|Lori Johnson||Lowery Elvin Wilson 17466119|
Requesting permission to use your grave photo for my private family tree. Thank you!
|Stenner Evans||Do you have contact details for the Tallman family?|
I am a genealogist from England, and a cousin thrice removed of Sophie Helge Gardner Tallman. Sophie's father was Nicholi Gardner, he was half Scottish, half Native Alaskan. His older brother William is my great-great grandfather. Do you have contact details for Sophie's descendants? I would like to find more information about her. Thank you!
Thank you for helping. I created his memorial because I wanted to attract cousins that I'd lost through the years & because he should be memorialized. I know he was buried in the area around Orting & placed him where other cousins are buried. It would be a good idea to ask the requestor if it is certain Harry is buried there... The death certificate is sealed.
|Anna Jaech||Harry Rexroth|
I'm hoping this is your family! My husband was Harry's first cousin once removed and remembers him well. I'd been told he died in Okanogan but was not certain about this as we don't know why he would have been so far from home considering his debilitation. Can you tell me?
|Bruce Speck||RE: Ens John George Dissinger|
Schaefferstown Cemetery is a very old cemetery, but it is well maintained and there are no overgrown areas or overturned stones. There are a lot of older tombstones that are no longer readable in the older section of the cemetery. I assume that Ensign John Dissinger is probably buried in that area. Unfortunately, there is no older cemetery plot map to confirm that information. I hope this information is helpful. Regards.
|James Opoka||RE: Arthur & Bertha Myers|
If you don't mind that would be great. I really appreciate you doing this.
|James Opoka||Arthur & Bertha Myers|
Thank you so much for taking the picture of the memorial marker for Arthur and Bertha. I really appreciate it!
|Family History||RE Clough Families in St. Mary Cemetery in Menasha, WI|
Its a long time in coming but here are the Clough Family that is buried in St. Mary Cemetery in Menasha, Wisconsin.
Eli Clough & Laura M. Clough
Born: Sept. 26, 1861 Born: Nov. 29, 1863
Died: April 5, 1940 Died: July 17, 1938
Ira H. Clough & Mary M. Clough
Born: Oct. 6, 1885 Born: Oct. 24, 1885
Died: April 5, 1963 Died: April 29, 1945
Harvey S. Clough
Born: June 25, 1907
Died: June 13, 1928
There is one more Clough bhuried here but I have to find her; I will be creating memorials for these Clough today.
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