|Ed n Edna Lane (#46820374)|
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As genealogists, we are also inclined to feel as comfortable in a cemetery as in the dark corners of a library doing research. Helping others find their roots in any small way is a joy. One of the biggest breaks we got in one of our family lines came from information found on a cemetery monument. This has become quite a fun hobby for us!!|
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|Topeka Tom||SURNAMES, or rather, Surnames|
Please go through your memorials and put the surnames in lower case, capitalized, as required by the FAQs.
|erica elliott||RE: george reardon|
there is a George Reardon in the Fort Leavenworth National Cemetery
Plot: P, 296
I'm wondering if your close and able to take a pic for me. can you tell me, what newspapers are close and possibly would have his obituary in it?
|erica elliott||george reardon|
Hi again. Can you take a pic of the George Reardon stone for me.
|erica elliott||George Reardon|
I'm doing some family research and I'm wondering if you knew george reardon 3662945! memorial. he was a good friend of my mothers, and I'm wondering if he was in the military and ever lived in cleveland,ohio. can you tell me more about him?
|Leslie W.||Mt. Pleasant Cemetery - Martin City, MO|
Hello, Ed and Edna! I saw that you had posted some photos of Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in Jackson Co., MO. My son is doing an Eagle Project and we just got a design approved last night for a bronze plaque/sign for this cemetery - it currently has no sign. Feel free to get in touch with me if you'd like to know more or have any feedback. Leslie :)
|DKOWN||12228246- H.C. Train|
Thank you again for taking a picture of H.C Train and family's stone in the Union Cemetery. The stone is now broken in half, the column is off of the lower portion. I did not recognize it when looking for it last Friday. Once again, thank you.
Added by DKOWN on Jun 19, 2011 10:51 AM
|Neil B (John 3:16)||Hi Ed and Edna,|
Thanks for the photo for Edward Crum's online memorial. It is very appreciated.
|Matthews, Simpson & Pool of Co. Antrim, Ireland||Thank You, Ed and Edna!|
We would like to Thank You for taking and posting Johnnie S. Simpson's tombstone photo. It's very kind and generous of You to help other Find A Grave members. Keep up the great work!
We appreciate Your time and help from here in So. CA.
|Sondra Coburn||Franklin Wade|
Thank you so very much for the beautiful photo and your time and efforts.
|Barbara Dines Hoffman||Dorothy Daniels|
Thank you so much for the photo. Her granddaughter will be very pleased.
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