|Audra Carpenter Ploegstra (#47026230)|
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|M Jobe||Carl Perkins grave|
Thank you, Audra for the timely response of photographing the grave of Carl Perkins. Your volunteer photography is so appreciated. It's folks like you that make Find A Grave such an amazing resource for distant families and researchers. Keep up the fine work!
Added by M Jobe on Jul 06, 2014 6:39 AM
|NikB||Jennifer Joy Engwall|
Thank you for posting the photo of this little one's gravestone. We very much appreciate your time. NikB
Added by NikB on Jun 16, 2014 8:48 AM
|Tree Leaf||Thank you|
Thank you, so much, for the photos of the markers for the Bocks in Manistee, Michigan.
Very much appreciated.
|Kelly Huntoon Sargent||Huntoon|
Audra, thanks for adding a picture of the Huntoon stone for Rose Huntoon. I am curious though and would love for some further information. Her husband Frank is buried with his other wife on a different Huntoon stone. I was wondering who else is near Rose and using that big Huntoon stone? If you have any time, would you be willing to go back and look again? Or perhaps you remember from your first visit? Thanks so much for anything you can do!
Kelly Huntoon Sargent, from CA!
|Tree Leaf||RE: Bock|
I have added William J Bock. Thank you so much.
|Anita R. Austill||Old Macedonia Cemetery|
Finally looked at the Cemetery tonight. There are several not listed in the Old Macedonia Cemetery. I will probably separate them. It will be the most trouble to you as your Erwins are there and should be in the one on the hill. I have not talked to our Funeral Home director yet to make sure of the name. I think there are maybe 4 others than yours to move. I will not do anything until I am sure of the name, then I will let you know so you can change the name of your cemetery.
|Carl Erickson||John Erickson's Grave Marker|
Audra - Thanks so much for trying to find this grave marker. We recently found the marker in the cemetery, but it was far away from the Erickson main plot, in the plot with his wife's (Anna) family. Also, the grave marker had his middle name on it (Wilbur), which is a tradition in the Swedish culture for people to use their middle names often as their first name.
Please let me know if you would like a picture of the grave marker. I took several.
|Sue Allen||Fern Crawford|
Thank you for her stone photo.
|akun||Anna Schudlich Sundbeck|
Thanks so much for obtaining the gravestone picture for Anna Schudlich Sundbeck for me.
Added by akun on Jun 11, 2014 9:13 PM
|Stanley Skocelas Jr||Ruth Scott|
She is buried in the same plot with the other Scott's but without a stone.
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