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PFC James Rexford (Rex) Scowden KIA WW I buried in France, also has stone in Rose Hill Cemetery, McKean County, Pa|
Corp. Steven John Skinner KIA WW I, buried in France
SUGGESTION!! Some of the photo requests have been on there for some time. I, and I'm sure other volunteers, have gone to the trouble of adding an address and phone number for cemeteries. Some of them are large, so it would help a great deal, if you really want the photo, to call and get a location.
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|Chuck Metcalfe||Samuel P Fargo|
Thank you for the updates to his memorial, very much appreciated.
|Rich Vance||Re: Albert Anderson in Pine Grove|
Thanks for the great photos.
Just got back home to Vegas Tuesday afternoon from 5 weeks in PA. Never made it out to Corry. Took photos on 3 different days in North East Cemetery, but not as many as I wanted to - legs didn't want to cooperate.
Had a nice "meet and greet" lunch in Erie with 6 other Find-a-Grave vols at the Bob Evans restaurant on upper Peach and I-90. Wish you could have been there; it was a blast.
Cheers, Rich ^_^
|Judith Wilcox Szczesny||Nancy Smith Mourton|
Thanks for looking. I know in 2001 my sister and I walked all over West Lawn in Columbus looking for Julia Davis Skinner as we had no idea where she was buried. The next year my husband and I went back and walked all around, found the gravestone, took a picture and when we got back to FL, realized that it was in the background of other graves that we had taken in 2001. So close, yet so far.
|Shari||Pine Grove Cemetery|
Thank you for your time and efforts in locating and photographing the Bliss family stones for me. They are very appreciated.
Added by Shari on Jul 08, 2014 6:55 PM
|Judith Wilcox Szczesny||Sarah Mourton|
Thanks for the great picture of Sarah's gravestone. Also thanks for creating memorials for the other Wilcox burials that you found near her grave. Not sure if they are relatives, but could be.
Also a very, very big thanks for posting William Daniel Hine's stone as it clearly shows he was born in 1891. I found his draft card and it states his birth date as March 6, 1891, also census showing his age. That confirms that the PG book of 2005 on his entry was in error on birth date and age.
|Andy Byerly||Linda M. Krupa|
Many thanks as well for the photo of Linda M. Krupa's tombstone.
All the Best,
|Andy Byerly||Gladys & Walter Krupa|
Many thanks for taking the time to photograph Gladys and Walter Krupa's tombstone. I appreciate it very much!
|Mona Anderson||RE: Minie Sharrar|
Me, too! That's why I like to collect and post them.
|Loving Daughter||Robert C. Johnson Memorial|
Thank you so much for getting to this so quickly.
Very much appreciated :)
|Loving Daughter||Robert C. Johnson Memorial# 91636399|
Hi... thank you so much for the photo of my uncle's headstone. Would you consider transferring this to me? He is my dad's only brother and was shot down over Japan and taken prisoner. His remains were later found in a mass grave with other servicemen ..
I have a picture of the two of them possibly the last picture taken before he was shot down.
Thanks and please let me know... :)
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