|Patrina Hill Gotcher Perkins||Lemual Waydelle Hill'd Photo of his Grave|
I had wondered how to thank you! I didn't read all of the email that I received this afternoon, on May the 23rd, I was too anxious to see your photos! You don't know how much I appreciate your taking those pictures for me & uploading them to Find A Grave! Now, my father's memorial is complete! Thank you SO much!
Patrina Hill Gotcher Perkins
|Mark Alberthal||Gloria Koch Berrien|
I have transferred this memorial to you.
Let me know if there are any more relatives or friends that I have created that you would like transferred.
Have a Blessed Day!
|Wilton Hudgens||Minnie Jewel (Roper) Froust|
Thank you so very much for the photograph of Mrs. Froust's headstone. I greatly appreciate that.
|Deborah ( Lamoni ) Jenkins||Janie Louise Escue Avery,Modine Escue Twyman and Paul B Twyman|
Thank you for taking the pictures of Paul, Modine and Janie's grave markers and adding them to their Memorials. What you do is very much Appreciated !
|Bill Williams||Peter & Ursula Geib|
Many thanks for taking then time go take the great photo of the headstone. You and the many the other people like you make Find A Grave what it is. THANK YOU!
|hbryson1||Westlawn Cemetery photos|
Many thanks for the recent photos of Fred and Carrie Rose; I appreciate your hard work.
Added by hbryson1 on Sep 08, 2015 5:32 PM
|N Wickam||Robert & Katherine Scott Headstones|
Thank you so much for the very nice photos you took & posted. Your time & effort are very much appreciated.
Added by N Wickam on Sep 07, 2015 10:37 AM
|Linda Howard||Bode Family|
Thanks so much for taking the time to photograph the markers for L.L. Bud Bode, Lillian Bode, and Philip Bode at Westlawn. Nice photos. Very much appreciated.
|Gale Cottrell||M M Crawford|
I would like permission to use you photo of Mattison Matilda Crawford's tombstone on Ancestry and my personal genealogy. I will, of course, label the photo as one you took. Thank you for your consideration. Gale
|Cisco Kid||RE: Thomas and Mary Earwood|
Mary McGonagill Earwood’s grave lies just outside the iron fenced enclosure and beside that of her husband E.A. Earwood.
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