|Ann Z||RE: Maki photo request|
You may be able to contact the cemetery sexton and see if they have a probe to check if there is a footstone buried under the grass. We found my husband's gg-grandmother's footstone from 1908 buried under 4-5 inches of grass and dirt at a different cemetery. If you do this and they do find a footstone et me know and I'll return to take another pic.
Added by Ann Z on Sep 17, 2015 9:07 AM
|Eleanor Morrison Lawson||Hill, Morrison Lyda, Tinsley, Jones and others|
Kay, thank you so very much for helping others through your work with Find A Grave. It means a lot to me and those like me who can no longer visit cemeteries because of age and health. I am trying hard to get my family files verified and on Ancestry and Family Tree Maker so that my descendants and others connected can see their family heritage. I hope you will not mind my using copies of your photos for my family files. I thank you in advance for them. Without your help I would not have been able to even see them.
Thank you. May God bless you in all you do to help others in this way.
Eleanor Morrison Lawson
Thank you for transferring my great grandmother's to me - Heidi
|Heidi Klump||dora otta fleener|
i was hoping you wouldn't mind transferring Dora Otta Fleeners page to me that in my great grandmother.
|Terri Snyder Satchwell||Florence Posey|
I would like to use your photo of Florence Posey #23733838 on my Ancestry.com tree. Would you be willing to give me permission if I give you credit for the photo? Thank you for your consideration in this matter.
|Carolee Gibb Grove||Cornwalls|
Thank you very much for the transfers. Crolee
|Henry Webber||Pete Pankey|
I must apologize for overlooking thanking you for the tombstone photo for Pete back in June. I do appreciate you taking your valuable time to do this and am very sorry that I took so long to thank you. Thanks so much, Henry Webber
Kay. thank you so much for the great pictures of their headstones.
Added by Paddy on Aug 05, 2012 9:45 AM
|JK Wright||Ida Gulick|
Thank you so much for the prompt reply and photo of Ida Gulick's grave marker. I'm sure the "empty" spot on the left side was intended for my great uncle Edwin Gulick who later remarried after the death of Ida and is buried in Moscow Idaho.
Thank you so very much for the 4 photos, Jetta, Iva, Louise and Philander Larrabee. Your time and efforts are greatly appreciated.
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