|Betty Evans||William Harold Mullins|
Thank you for taking this picture of my ancestor's grave marker it is very kind of you to provide this service.
|Remembered ~*~ Angels||Maudie Kelley|
Hi, just to let you know that the memorial that I did for my Great Aunt, Maudie Kelley was done on April, 16-2012. I noticed that you also have created one for her on June 9, 2012 . I didn't know if you were aware of this or not , just a friendly reminder. Blessings Always.
|Remembered ~*~ Angels||Kelley|
yes I would like to have the photo, please go ahead with pictures, and thank you so much, Blessings Always
|Gail Doss Howard||Smiley Doss' grave|
Thanks so much for so quickly taking a picture of Smiley's grave. My Dad (Smiley's son) will be so glad to see this! Dad is the youngest child, so he's still with us, thank goodness.
Gail Doss Howard
P.S. Thanks for volunteering in Kentucky; I take pictures here in Oregon and I appreciate others who help out anywhere else!
|Todd Cook||Fulfilled photo request|
Thanks for taking the images of the headstone of Jimmy & Marjorie Cook at Resthaven. I am sincerely grateful.
|LN||Jame and Eileen Headstone Photos|
Thank you so much for filling my photo request at Resthaven.
Added by LN on Nov 09, 2010 4:10 PM
|Mary Harrell-Sesniak||Robert McKeown|
I am very excited that this stone still exists, albeit in poor condition. Thank you very much for taking the time to do this for my ancestor. If you think there are other McKeowns there, I would love to know about them. Thank you!
|Brenda Pulley||Maria Elizabeth Omer Lewis Wolett|
I've been looking for Maria Elizabeth for ages and just happened to see a note about where she's supposed to be buried on a public tree the other day. It is possible that the surname of her second husband is misspelled. Her first husband was Thomas Michael Lewis and he was murdered while on a business trip. A few years later she married Mr. John Wolett and that's all I know about her. She went by her middle name, Elizabeth. I don't even know the dates of Mr. Woett's birth and death. I would appreciate any help you can be in helping me find her. There again, its possible that the person who listed her final resting place as that particular cemetery could have been mistaken about it. You know how it is when hunting ancestors...several steps back for every step forward sometimes. Thanks for going out there and looking around for me.
|Cindy Cornwell McCachern||Thank You|
Thanks so much for the photo of William Cornwell's tombstone. I sure appreciate it.
|Richard Grant McClure||RE: Resthaven|
I have unclaimed them. I didnt realize anyone else was doing these in the louisville area. there is one lady who only does cave hill. I have pretty much been doing them alone.I havent been claiming them because i thought there was no need but i will start. I am currently doing ST louis,St Michael's and Calvary. I also am working on Evergreen.
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