|JillGat||Kezia Tinkler, buried in Gypsum, KS|
Hi, I just saw the headstone and portrait photo (posted by "Bogart Sisters") on Findagrave. They told me that you are in that area and have provided some of the photos. Kezia Tinkler, who died in 1901 at age 16, was my grandmother's sister. She looked strikingly like me. I am looking for any other info. about her and wondering about her cause of death. If you have access to any data sources that might help me, I would appreciate it! Thanks,
Added by JillGat on Jun 28, 2012 9:33 AM
|American History Teacher||Valerie Paulson|
Thanks so much for visiting her site. Please add her temporary marker you secured. Pat
Thank you very much for your time in searching the cemetery in search of the grave of my ancestor George W. Fenton. I am sorry that it was not a successful search, but truly appreciate your efforts! Thank you again,
Added by Melanie on Sep 04, 2011 9:38 PM
|A.Firefly||Lowell Arnold Stromquis|
Thank you for that photo! That stone is quite a treasure of information, eh? Appreciate your work!
|Teresa||Heglunds in Smokey Hill Cemetery in Saline Co. Kansas|
I did put in a request but they have already been fulfilled by someone. Thanks for checking with me about them.
Added by Teresa on Nov 10, 2008 2:00 PM
|Becki Christian Depew||Other Depew Pictures|
Thanks so much for the other two photos. I really appreciate what you have done.
|Joan Cartmel Miller||Thank you|
Thank you for taking time to get the picture for Catherine and C. Milton Miller and for posting it.
We now know Call's middle name is Milton.
Joan Cartmel Miller
|Becki Christian Depew||Photos|
Thank you so very much for photographing and uploading our Depew family grave photos at McPherson Cemetery.
|Chris L. Stoppel||Earl Griep Headstone|
Thank you for taking and sending the picture of my fathers headstone.
|Ken Carlson||John Griggs@Marquette Cemetery|
Thank you very much for the photo of his headstone. I've been wanting this for some time, but the family I have out that way have been quite busy. I know the Armbrusters tie into the Griggs family somewhat so it was interesting getting it from you. Thanks!
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