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Reeves Gilmore (#47699322)
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Bio Photo "One walks his own journey in Life, but those who came before blazed the path." Native Texan who relocated to the great state of Maine in 2010. Nature's beauty in abundance here!

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Dorothy Robinson
Jerry J Krizek
I've been trying to get a photo of my Great Uncles grave in Normandy American Memorial Cemetery. Could you please help me since they are not marked. Thank You. Dorothy Robinson
Added by Dorothy Robinson on Jul 28, 2016 9:58 PM
frwill48
RE: Christian Marion Davidson Towers
Try calling Karrie in the Forest Hill office. I think she and I looked Ms Towers up before, but it might be worth a second check to see if the records are correct.

The office number is 315-735-2701 and the email address is fhc1850@msn.com

I'll be at Forest Hill looking for other graves later this morning and this afternoon.

Best regards,

Frank
Added by frwill48 on Jul 12, 2016 5:12 AM
frwill48
Christian Marion Davidson Towers
I have been to Forest Hill Plot 27 several times. I have not been able to find a gravestone for Christian Towers.

The Tiers in Plot 27 have many unmarked graves and many stones that are illegible due to weather erosion.

The "Tiers" through out Forest Hill were often burial sites for people without means for paying for their headstone and plot, thereby buried by the county.

I have checked with the Forest Hill office and looked at the Plot Plan to see if I can locate Christian Tower's grave. I used known gravestones to try and fix his location - to no avail thus far.

From some of the graves I have found in Plot 27, it appears that the cemetery Plot Plan for 27 has several inaccuracies.

I'll keep trying and hopefully will have some luck finding him for you.

Are you a relative of Christian Towers?

Best regards,

Frank
Added by frwill48 on Jul 12, 2016 3:51 AM
Bob McLellan
Johnson
Reeves, thank you very much for the transfers and photos of Eleanor & Vaino Johnson.
Added by Bob McLellan on May 20, 2016 11:07 AM
The Meriwether Society, Inc.
Hattie Paulk
Thank you for transferring Hattie to us. We will take good care of her memorial.

Nicholas Meriwether
The Meriwether Society
Added by The Meriwether Society, I... on Nov 11, 2013 8:27 AM
The Meriwether Society, Inc.
Chiles Transfers
We greatly appreciate the transfers, and will take very good care of the Chiles' family memorials. Thank you for being a Find A Grave contributor!

Nicholas Meriwether
The Meriwether Society (#46827721)
http://MeriwetherSociety.org
Added by The Meriwether Society, I... on Oct 19, 2013 8:37 AM
Gloria Lowrey
Thank You
Thank you very much for allowing me to use your photo.
Added by Gloria Lowrey on Oct 01, 2013 3:33 PM
Gloria Lowrey
Permission, please
I would like to ask permission to use one of your photos of the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial for Pvt. Calvin Glen Jennings, memorial # 56646039. I will certainly give you credit for the photo.
Added by Gloria Lowrey on Oct 01, 2013 2:26 PM
Peter Morgan
Mabel Hayden & Stephen Sweetland
Hi Reeves,

I am belatedly asking your permission to use the great photos you took of the markers of my 3rd great grand aunt and her husband in my ancestry.com family tree. Their memorial numbers are 87611574 & 87611178 respectively.

I actually may have asked before, but I note in my tree that I did not give you credit for taking the photos, and I want to amend my tree to give you proper credit.

Peter
Added by Peter Morgan on Sep 05, 2013 6:51 AM
Samantha Kimball
Photo Request fulfilled
Thank you very much for the photos you took of the gravesite of James Dean at Youngtown Cemetery. It is hard living so far from family and the places they are buried. I love the story behind James, Abigail, and Calvin, its very dramatic. According to the stories in our family, when James died only 14 months after his marriage to Abigail, James' brother Calvin stepped in to protect her and her infant son. She married Calvin, and during young James' childhood they didn't tell him that his father was Abigail's first husband.

Best Always,
Samantha Penney Kimball
Added by Samantha Kimball on Nov 26, 2012 10:05 AM
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