|Deborah Gowen||Lois Blanche Ryman|
Helping those who live so far away from their deceased loved ones is not only a selfless act of kindness on your part, it is a cherished and priceless gift that you give to us. Your time and effort are much appreciated; you're an asset to this web site!
|Lloyd Donahoo||Joseph & Jenny Hickman|
Thank you very much for taking the cemetery marker photo. This helps a great deal when tracing family through the generations. I have also taken a great many cemetery marker photo's and find it very rewarding to relatives of those past.
|Dona Hawk||Frank & Leila Thomas|
Thanks for posting the photo of Frank & Lelia Thomas Headstone
|Kevin Frye||RE: Edwad Burton|
You might also want to join my facebook group for descendants of Andersonville prisoners.
The Millers and Haners are ancestors of my friend who sponsored Margaret's and Jacob's memorial. Thanks for the offer of your research.
|2patriots||RE: Marg-+ret Miller Haner #98994093|
I have transferred Margaret to you so you can make corrections and edit bio. I had always wondered why we had a grave stone photo but did not know where it was. Thanks for the clarification.
|Arlin Kramer||RE: Francis Bird|
On Ft Knox there is also a Bird Cemetery, but there are no identifiable headstones in it. I have some photos of the Bird Family that lived South of Burcham Cemetery. If you would like them I can send them to you. I work for Ft Knox and consider myself a history of Ft Knox efficianad.
If you like
|Arlin Kramer||RE: Sarah Bird|
I placed the same photo on her husband Francis he is buried there according to my records
|cw-sawyers||Bethuel Sawyer 118175352|
Great photo of the Sgt Bethuel headstone.
Thank you very much for that.
The second photo, Bethuel b. 1904 is someone else
I'll create a new memorial for that stone.
Thank-you for taking a photo of Nettie Sadler's headstone. I really appreciate it.
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