|Bren Karlsson||RE: Stewart Holbrook|
I have additional photos of the "view" (north, south, east, and west) from the marker location if you would like those. The reason for two photos: I did not like the shadows of the late afternoon, but early morning did not have much light.
|Christina ||RE: Helen Carey|
I'm glad that I could help. Take care.
|Renee Wright||Schmidt Memorials|
Have noticed your floral offerings on several of the Schmidt memorials in Salt Lake City Cemetery and am interested in how you knew the family ..
I am the daughter of Albert P. Schmidt and Annie Elizabeth Erickson (his second wife)....
Am especially interested that might have known Vera .... she died when I was 8 years old ..
Would love hearing from you ...
|Diona Dickerson||RE: James Hall|
You are very welcome! So glad I was able to help :)
|David G. Stuart||RE: Mrs. Walter Beech|
Hello and thanks for the contact. I looked at the article you spoke of, interesting! Beech aircraft is still in production in Wichita, but they are struggling like many big companies.
Thanks again for the contact.
David in Wichita
|Cindy Womble Billman||RE: Harnett T. Kane|
No I have not be able to find out where he is buried - I would dearly love to know!
|Wonetta Bricker||My Uncle|
Thank you so very much for the token you left for my Uncle Buddy Coppler!! It means the world to me...Wishing you & yours a wonderful Thanksgiving...
|Ken B||RE: Catherine Bergen|
Hi, there. I actually tried several different angles because the sun went behind a large cloud while I was shooting and that was the best (optimized with iPhoto). I also took a pic of the marker for Abraham M. Way, an old stone lying flat right next to Catherine's marker. I made up a memorial for it & added the pic; same for Catherine's husband (?) Charles Bergen, to her right. If you want me to transfer management of those to you, let me know. BTW, there were nearly a dozen other Way & Bergen markers in the area so I shot them all; I was planning on creating memorials for them & putting the photos on. I'll also transfer those to you if you'd like.
Added by Ken B on May 10, 2011 9:52 PM
|cnel||Photo of Martha Thompson's grave|
Thank you so much for taking pictures of Martha Thompson's grave and the sign at the Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis. I appreciate your effort to take the photos. Although Martha was an ancester of mine, I never had the pleasure of meeting her. She died long before I was born. It is good to have something tangible of her, and the photo is that something.
Added by cnel on Apr 16, 2011 7:38 PM
|NLColes||RE: Plot map|
I requested and paid $2.00 for it from the cemetery genealogist. She works only on Friday, but she can be contacted via e-mail or mail (when sending money). Her e-mail address is on the Crown Hill website.
Added by NLColes on Mar 13, 2011 7:20 AM
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