|LRollins||James Humphrey's tombstone|
I'm wondering whether, as a descendant of James Humphrey, I might be allowed to use your photo of his grave marker as his little round "head shot" on Ancestry.com. I would of course be happy to include you as the source.
Added by LRollins on Sep 24, 2015 6:23 PM
|Sharon Sims||RE: Bras Graves|
Your welcome, sorry the photos are not better, the stones are not easy to read, not much depth in the stone cutting. I can assure you that it is indeed their stone. We live in Mercer County, so we do find ourselves at the New Boston Cemetery from time to time. And, also other cemeteries in the area, so if you have other stones you may like photographed, we would be glad to attempt that.
|Stephen Kronberg||Aurora Barthel at Acacia|
Thank you for the info. you provided on Aurora. I left off your relationship, but would be happy to add it if you wish. Stephen
|Mary Harrell-Sesniak||Elizabeth Reitz|
You are welcome. Too bad the stone is hard to read.
|Raymona||Belated Thank You|
I was going through some of my old emails and I don't think that I ever thanked you for taking the photo of Joseph Predmore's gravestone. I want to say how sorry I am that this is so late. If I have already sent you a thank you, just consider this one for a job well done. You have put in lots of time and effort to make this site a success.
Beautiful memories etched upon our hearts and souls will never be forgotten.
Raymona # 47237415
Added by Raymona on Jul 12, 2011 11:34 PM
|Love never dies||Cloud family headstones|
Thank you so much for taking the pictures of the Clouds in Bellingham. And thank you for taking the time to take off the moss so that it is easier to read.
|Leslie Vaughn||Martin Mann|
Thank you for reporting the problem with my request for a photo of Martin Mann's gravesite and explaining that he is buried in a pauper's grave with no probably stone.
I appreciate your attentiveness and response
|Ralph Satterfield||RE: Copenhaver Memorial|
Yor're very welcome. Glad that we could find them for you.
|robin hixon||RE: Anna McKibben|
there is only 1 McKibben listed in Bourbon Co index - Clinton Frank McKibben in Mapleton Cemetery - not far from Marmaton cemetery. and NO Posey names in the index.
|Ralph Satterfield||RE: Annie Davis|
You're very welcome for the photos. Sorry that we could not find the grave of Susanna Holben...
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