|Barbara Elliott (#46927941)|
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I have been researching my family since the 1980's. I have been taken my French line (Croissant) back to the 1580's. My other lines, I have not been as fortunate on, but am consistently working on those. I have recently found out that I could contribute to this site and have been starting to add pictures of headstones for my ancestors. I am willing to share information with others that are working on my lines.|
I am currently photographing stones at Fort Logan National Cemetery. I have completed section 28 and am working on uploading those photo at this time.
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|Shannon||Donald H. Smith|
Do you by chance happen to be a relative or friend of Donald H. Smith Jr. 1929-2007? I see you placed a photo of his stone that is in Fort Logan. I'm assuming that you are just photo documenting and are probably not related but I thought I would check as I am looking for one of his family members. Thanks!
Added by Shannon on Jul 09, 2014 9:11 PM
|J Huggins||Sam E Lowrey|
Thank You so much for posting the picture of Sam E Lowery, I think this is my GUncle that I have been searching for,I am sorry to ask for more info, But I was wondering if you knew where I could go to find his obituary in Colorado.
Any information would be greatly appreciated.
|Dede||RE: Piture of Archibald Elliott|
Your very welcome. I grew up in the Camp Creek community,went to church at Camp Creek EUB now Methodist church where the cemetery is located and my parents are buried in it. My sisters husband is on the cemetery committee and has the book with burials in it so it was pretty easy for me to check. Hopefully you will find them.
Added by Dede on Jul 26, 2013 7:32 AM
|Beth Bailey||RE: Pic of Lawrence Hansen|
You are so very welcome for the picture.I'm glad we could do it for you :-).
Losing a loved one is never easy,regardless of our age...been there done that a few times myself & it's not fun :(
Take care & thank-you for the nice message,
|Deborah Jane Kline||Thank you and requesting your permission re: John Hunter|
Thank you for taking and uploading your photo of John Hunter's gravestone. May I please have your permission to use it on my family tree, which I synch to my public tree on ancestry.com? I will, of course, give you credit in whatever form you prefer. My usual credit line is "Photo used with the permission of the photographer, findagrave.com contributor ___". Whether you grant permission, thanks again for taking and uploading your photo.
|Kevin Quattrin||RE: Pic of Albert Erickson|
You're welcome, Barbara. Feel free to use the phot wherever you like.
|Kenn Evans, II||RE: Pics of Jesse & Mary Hohn|
You are very welcome, I am glad to be a part of findagrave.com and I wanted to say thank you to you for your contributions to findagrave. I hope one day, more volunteers will jump onboard and record the local cemeteries in their community. If there are more request that I may be able to assist you with please let me know.
Pics of Jesse & Mary Hohn
I wanted to thank you for taking the pictures of the Hohn's. These two were an aunt and uncle of a friend that I am working with doing her genealogy. She was so excited that we were able to find where they were buried.
Thank you again. Barbara
Thanks for the great pix you are taking at Ft. Logan. The one I was interested in is so very clear. I appreciate your efforts! Beth
Added by Beth on Oct 23, 2012 7:49 PM
|Gina (Ward) Guilfoyle||RE: Betty Jane Lambert|
Yes, it's Colorado, not Kansas. Sorry for the confusion!! Thanks for your help!
|Old Country Roots||RE: Picture of Krackenberger Stone|
You are very welcome. Glad I could help.
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