|Donna White (#48144068)|
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Will do updates and transfers of non-relatives. Or to a closer relative.|
Anyone can use my grave pictures for their tree.
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You're very welcome! I'm glad I could help.
Added by Jean on Oct 27, 2014 10:46 PM
There were no other markers for Sakal or Wenz per your request. Just this one for Aileen Sakal.
Added by Jean on Oct 27, 2014 7:40 PM
|Have A Heart||Lillian Irene Lane Mitchell|
Thank-you for your time and the photo.
|Donna Andres||Elmer, Martha K & Martha Kuhn & Herman Weber|
Thanks so much-friends of my mother's and relatives of relatives. I appreciate all your work.
|Donna Andres||Howard & Helen Weber|
Thank you for the work and information. They went to the same church as I did and Howard is related to friends and relatives of mine.
|James L. Cooper||Richard Girton|
He is on the 1930 census with George & Lillian at Lima, Allen Co., Ohio. George applied for the bronze marker you photographed on July 27, 1949. I do not however have his birth certificate; so only have the above records that 'indicate' who his parents were. Sorry I cannot be more definitive.
|James (Jim) F. Kelly||RE: re: Domenick Carusone|
I did not find 2
I'm down in Florida for the next week
|James (Jim) F. Kelly||RE: re: Domenick and Antoinetta Carusone|
You are very welcome.
|Mary Downing-Mahan (gravehuntermary)||RE: re: Frederick and Mary Walker|
You are very welcome. I photographed the entire cemetery plus dug up about 125 stones. I am now adding names with out stones. Most of the burials prior to 1880 were previously in one of the 4 closed cemeteries and moved to Hill Grove in 1890's.
|Cindy Cornwell McCachern||Thank You|
I see you have filled several Cornwell requests for me. Thanks!
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