|Tim Tompkins (#47703993)|
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I am a Dodge City native that has been dabbling in genealogy for several years. My family has been in Ford County since the late 1800's and I'm at least acquainted with most of the family names in the area. I am happy to fulfill photo requests for the area around Dodge City, KS. I still work a full time job (and probably always will) so give me time to get the requests done. Thanks to all in Find A Grave that have contributed! Hope I can contribute as well. |
If a photo I've taken could be better, please let me know. You have my permission to use the photos I've taken, just give credit.
Looking for information and photos of Bestgen, Ravenkamp, Buxe and Tompkins.
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|Ron Fox||RE: Albert Hensel|
Thanks - I had just added that note about the two cemeteries combining and as I went further into my emails, I got to this from you. Thanks again.
Added by Ron Fox on Jul 27, 2015 6:39 PM
|Joan Viney||Thomas Edward Clanton|
Thank you so much for providing a photo of the military marker of Thomas Edward Clanton. The photo makes his memorial complete.
Thank you for the photo!!!
Added by Marla on Jun 30, 2015 6:31 PM
|Bob Lawrence||Alfred Lawhead|
I am sure your information about which cemetery lot Alfred is buried in would be more correct than and information that I might find. The information I presented can be found on line at: http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ks/county/ford/cemeteries/maplegrovecemlale.htm but, of course, the cemetery record must either be incorrect or it has been copied down incorrectly there by whomever made those records available on line since you have declined to use that source.
|KC Jayhawker||Forrest Thornburgh|
Thank you so very, very much for the photo of Forrest Thornburgh's headstone. Your photograph turned out beautifully!
Your time and effort are greatly appreciated!
|Sandra Scott||Adams Kreger, Beverly & Theodore|
I wonder if I may have your permission to use your grave marker photos on my family website. Check it out at http://freienmuth-shortridge.com/ernst/buchheim-cemeteries.html. This is how I'd be using the photos and obituaries I find on Find A Grave, with 'used with permission' in the caption.-Sandra Scott
|Bob Lawrence||Georgiana S. Stubbs Nickels|
I am not especially familiar with the Stubbs family buried in Maple Grove Cemetery however the records of that cemetery on line at http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ks/county/ford/cemeteries/maplegrovecemn.htm clearly state that her name was Georgiana S. Stubbs Nickels which also agrees with the name that is engraved on her tombstone, a photo of which is on my Find a Grave memorial page for her at 147607175. If you wish to merge the information from my Find a Grave memorial page with the memorial page you have for her, I'd be happy to then remove my memorial page for her as yours is the older memorial page. Just let me know when you have that merger completed. I also notice that you have chosen to decline a change adding the middle name "Forster" to Kenneth Stubbs' Find a Grave memorial page 146350040 even though that middle name is also clearly engraved on his grave marker, a photo of which is on his Find a Grave memorial.
|Betty Atkinson||RE: Thank You!!|
I'm not familiar with any immediate family but passed the info on to Jean Hall who seems to be familiar with some of them... perhaps that will be helpful.
|Saralyn||RE: Cecil Denning|
Yes, thank you, Tim---even just the last names would work. Right now, I go through each letter of the alphabet and then click on "entered in the past 7 days." If I knew that you had worked on names ending in h, l, and w, for example, that would make the checking much quicker.
But I don't mind doing the checking, as I like to think that each grave in Maple Grove has at least one flower!
Added by Saralyn on May 28, 2015 9:24 PM
Thank you for the photo for Cecil's grave, Tim---and you did it so quickly!
I just had a nice phone call from his widow this morning, and I know she will be glad to know that his marker is now showing.
Added by Saralyn on May 28, 2015 3:45 PM
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