|Jody Ebner-Clark (#47701596)|
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I am 56 years and have just began working on Geneology for my families. While searching, I discovered my biological Great Grandparents, who I have never known and their pictures through Find A Grave and couldn't beleive my eyes. There was soooo much information, names, dates, parents, pictures, etc. and knew that I wanted to be a part. I have had several mini strokes twice which prevents me from working, but this I can do when I can and if I can make just one person as happy as I was and am, it will be very fulfilling to me. Thank you to all of the other volunteers who inspired me. Thank you Find A Grave. Most of all, Thank you to my Wonderful husband Mike who supports my efforts by taking me to the cemeteries and helping trim and sweep the headstones for a nicer picture. He is Wonderful. Thank you so much Honey.|
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|Brian Andersen||RE: Alice Sprague|
Sorry it's taken a while to get this. Your message ended up in my updates folder so I didn't see it until now. The GPS for Alice is:
40 52 2.549, -111 53 17.539
Just copy and paste that into Google Earth and it'll take you right there.
|Allen Robison||Annette Roberts|
Thanks again. Well done.
|Blaine & Elaine Berger||Norma Maxine Ruoho 'Maxine:|
Thanks for the photo. You are appreciated.
After I sent you my thank you note for Dora Thompson I read your bio which I enjoyed very much. I agree that Find A Grave has been a wonderful way to learn and share with others. I especially liked learning that despite the challenges you have that you are willing to go to cemeteries along with you husband to fulfill photo requests. You husband sounds like a special person to help you sweep the markers. God bless both of you.
The marker for Dora Thompson has a special story connected to it. Dora was one of 11 children born to the Fritser family who lived along the South Fork of the Salmon River. The mother died in 1919 and almost all of the children were taken to the Boise area and adopted. Dora's ancestors were early pioneers of Idaho.
|Anita Savage||Dora Thompson|
Thank you for taking the image of Dora Thompson's grave. I appreciate all of your time and effort very much.
|H. Harmych||RE: Levi Parks|
All it has is his birth year, no death year carved.
Same with his wife, Rachel Munsell, 1836-No death year carved. Sorry, Heather
|Esther Kinder||Charles Palmer|
Thank you so very much for the headstone picture.
|Jay Freeman||Ross photo|
Thanks for the photo!
|Carol & David||RE: Paul Frank Diehl|
You are welcome. I added his parents, Floyd #133518220 and Annie #133518299 if you want to connect him to them.
|Mike Savage||RE: Jacob Christensen|
Thanks for your note. Happy to help.
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