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|Misty Dawn||Marie Mary sink zimmerman|
Thanks for the photo!
|Misty Dawn||George zimmerman|
Thank you for the photo!
|Cherie Barnes||Orville Alexander|
I believe his headstone is there because I have a picture of it that I got from his son. There is the family headstone for the name "Alexander" and a flat marker for him with his first name and date of birth and death. I would upload the pictures but, since I wasn't the one that took them I thought I shouldn't. Hopefully you, or someone else, can do that for me. Thanks for your time though.
|Cindy (Seifert) Cooper Abelson||Photo|
Thank you for the Great Picture of my family.
|Karen Griswold Stroh||RE: Zimmerman|
Thank you for contacting my sister Karen.
She is due for shoulder surgery in am on 8/31/2015.
She doesn't have her lap top with her,
She will probably get back to you in three to four weeks? depends on how things go.
Thank you for the photo. Very nice. Bonnie
Added by Bonnie on Aug 29, 2015 1:29 PM
|Nobody knows||RE: Thank you|
Yes, all four memorials you created are related. The three empty plots were probably for the two children and their spouses. Ester's husband (son of Henry & Lillian) remarried and is buried elsewhere. But thank you for their memorials and the grandmother as well!
|Nobody knows||Thank you|
Thank you for the photo of Esther White Strohecker! I was hoping her husband might be buried there too, but he remarried and moved on. They were married only a couple of years and she gave him 2 children before her death.
|Lou (Davis) Dedinsky||Alfa Walker|
Thomas, thank you so much for posting the photo!
|Jeff G.||RE: Thank You|
Thanks for the transfers, Thomas. And I like your idea about stopping here and there in one's travels to take headstone photos - I'll play copy cat and do just that on my next trip cross country to Arizona in the next month or so. Like you, I enjoy doing it but haven't done many photos yet - but I have done a lot of research by using very old obituaries of people and creating memorials (after some more research), and verifying the burial spots. It's kind of like "paying it forward", which was popular during our recent recession but has kind of faded away - I still like the idea. You're a good guy, Thomas - hope we can work together again.
Added by Jeff G. on Aug 21, 2015 9:15 AM
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