|BRADLEY INGELS (#47427212)|
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Busy researching my family history and that of my bride's! I am a 5+ year member of F-A-G and helping out where I can. Transcribing cemeteries with photographs is my specialty. I am back in the automotive business! BUY AMERICAN! SUPPORT AMERICAN JOBS!|
FYI: Any and all the photos which I take and post on FAG are free for the taking! I will always allow another person to copy and use the photos for their personal use, posting on ancestry.com or any other genealogy website. I am glad that you found the photo which you needed and are able to use that photo in your family research. We are all God's children .. he can see without a camera .. the rest of us need all the help which we can provide for each other. May God Bless you!
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Thanks for looking for the gravestone and going the 2nd mile to look in the other records. I appreciate it very much, Bradley.
Added by Rhea on Aug 17, 2016 12:16 AM
Thanks again my friend. I appreciate it very much. Rhea
Added by Rhea on Aug 17, 2016 12:09 AM
Hey there. It is good to make contact again. Thanks for taking the photos. I appreciate it very much, as always. I did get your email but I was a little lost because I don't even remember my email but it is nice to know names of all the Childers that are buried in Bellevue.
That is why I am wondering if you can help me with another problem. I am looking for another child of Laura Destimona "Destie" Phillips (1878–1959) and John Martin "Cub" Childers (1876–1954). His name is
Bynum Burdner Childers, born 19 FEB 1907 • Lenoir according to the U.S. WWII Draft Cards Young Men, 1940-1947 and naming his mother, using her middle name, so the date should be correct. But now I see a
Bynum Burdner Childers in the U.S., Chicago and North Western Railroad Employment Records, 1935-1970 with a DOB of 10 Jan 1907 in Lenoir and naming his parents as Father: John M Childers and Mother: Desdie Monica Childers. So there is a date of birth issue and I cannot find where he is buried. He doesn't seem to show up with the Childers in Caldwell County cemeteries. I am just noticing that that record had a Lenoir address at the top but at the very bottom it says the place of employment is Bain, Wisconsin. Do you mind helping and looking around and seeing if you see him anywhere in the Caldwell County Find A Grave? Thanks so much. Rhea
Added by Rhea on Aug 16, 2016 9:52 PM
|Momma Sles||Thomas Alexander Brown, Jr|
Thank you again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Your amazing!!
|Momma Sles||Nancy Caroline Julian Fox|
Thank you so much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
|astroboy||Thomas A Brown Jr. - 141692956|
Hi Bradley, Thanks for the great pictures you added to this memorial! Best regards, John
Added by astroboy on Jul 13, 2016 8:25 AM
|ronald conrad||Paul Enos Hedrick|
Thank you for the headstone photo o0f Paul. It is very much appreciated. Have a great day.
|Daisy Taylor||Flossie Faye Watson Setzer|
Thank you for your time for the picture.
|Barbara Ann Shirley Rogerson||David Lee Sanders and Althea Laxton Sanders|
Thanks,Bradley, for the photos of David and Althea. I appreciate your taking the time to take these photos! Thanks also for all you do for Find A Grave. :-)
|TNGirls||Artena "Artie" Bristol Bentley|
More great photo work, Bradley Ingels! Thanks so much.
Added by TNGirls on Jul 12, 2016 6:33 AM
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