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Thank you for Mary Ellen Sampson
I am so very grateful for your generosity
May your days be filled with sunshine & laughter
Thank you so much for the transfer of David Sampson.
Kindest Regards, have a great day...
|L Edwards Australia||Sherwood Fam: Charles,Jane, Clifton, Eliz.|
Thanks very much for the good work you do, it was gratifying to find a photo of my ancestors' grave at Rookwood. Charles came to Sydney as a young engineer in 1862, his sister Elizabeth came some years later. Not too long ago I knew nothing about them, living so far away, now I have much (back to about 1600, with Find A Grave contributions along the way. So appreciated!
|Cheryl_H||RE: Edith Wilkes 152194032|
Added by Cheryl_H on May 30, 2016 10:48 PM
|Cheryl_H||Edith Wilkes 152194032|
I noticed you have a recent photo of Edith's Headstone. Can you remember which 3B section she was in? I went looking today for her grave & we couldn't find it. She's my Great Great Aunt. Thanks!
Added by Cheryl_H on May 28, 2016 11:59 PM
|jenny ||james thomas evans|
Very excited to see photo of my great great great grandparents james thomas evans and his wife elizabeth evans (Underwood) headstone.
Added by jenny on May 02, 2016 7:29 AM
|Terry Foenander||Archibald Smith.|
Archibald Smith, who is buried at Rookwood Cemetery, was an American Civil War veteran.
|Amanda Kerby||Florence & Elsie Baker|
Dear Richard, thank you for providing this wonderful service. Your work must be bringing happiness to lots of people. It was a lovely surprise to find the message from Find a Grave in my inbox as I had quite forgotten that I had even listed a request! I shall be adding your photos to my family tree records and uploading them to ancestry to share with at least 8 others researching this family.
With many thanks
|richard jones||Florence & Elsie Baker|
|Sechen||Florence Haywood Addis Clarke|
This poor child was the gt. aunt of my step-father, his Grandfather Thomas William Clarke was the 14 year old William described in the coroner's inquest. It must have destroyed his family, he moved interstate and dropped the "e" off the name Clark, there is no record of any contact with his family.
Very sad indeed.
Added by Sechen on Aug 14, 2013 11:58 AM
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