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Sunnyann (#47063609)
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Bio Photo I am fairly new to Find A Grave, but have been researching for over twenty-five years.

If you find I've contributed an entry on one of your ancestors, chances are I have additional information on either of my blogs (PDP's Roots & Branches and Early St. Louis by PDP) or one of my websites at the link included.

Please feel free to email me or request a transfer of your ancestor.

The majority of the photos submitted to Find A Grave by me regarding the Collinsville and other veterans of various wars, were posted through the joint efforts of myself and Gene Beals (1955-2013). They first appeared on one of my websites devoted to the veterans: 93rd Aero Squadron, WWI; Brant Military Hospital WWI, Burlington, Ontario; U.S. Veterans of Collinsville, Illinois; and Sons of Spanish American War Veterans, N.A Miles Camp No.610, Collinsville, Illinois.

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Messages left for Sunnyann (31)[Leave Message]
RE: Howard E. Johnson
You're very welcome. :) Thanks for providing the information for me to add!
Added by StacieND on Oct 09, 2015 7:12 PM
RE: Hope Cemetery ND
Hi, yes, that's fine with me!
Added by HL49 on Aug 19, 2015 10:53 AM
Cindy Coffell
RE: Woodland Cemetery
You're welcome! I was lucky enough to be in Delhi a couple of days last week and the weather was great for wandering through Woodland Cemetery. I found lots of interesting plots to photograph and found some of my own kin, too!
Added by Cindy Coffell on Aug 07, 2015 1:13 PM
RE: Moses & Jeff Pilcher
You are quite welcome. I added other info and obits to some of the other Pilchers, so make sure you review. Thanks for your note!
Added by BjJ on Jun 17, 2015 3:59 PM
RE: Moses Pilcher
Cool! Linking always helps, doesn't it? Glad to help out.
Added by BjJ on Jun 17, 2015 2:43 PM
Rebecca Lewis
RE: Eliza Gibbs Palmer
That is very nice.
Thank you.

Added by Rebecca Lewis on Oct 11, 2014 10:31 AM
Rebecca Lewis
RE: Eliza Gibbs Palmer
Eliza is a great-grand aunt. I would be glad to have the transfer unless someone else is closer related and would like it.
Added by Rebecca Lewis on Oct 11, 2014 7:18 AM
Chris L
RE: Lightfoot
I am not related but feel free to transfer if you'd like. LIGHTFOOT is my husband 's stepfather's name and we really don't go down that branch because there 's no blood relation. Thanks do much for adding info on memorials.
Added by Chris L on Aug 10, 2014 7:35 PM
RE: Clarissa (Benjamin) Van Bergen
Sorry, no, not related. All I know of the Van Bergens is the info that I have posted on their memorials. There is a very nice 1904 Bio book which is where I found most of the info and photo. You might try Googling it to see if it is online somewhere: INDEX TO PAST AND PRESENT OF THE CITY OF SPRINGFIELD AND SANGAMON COUNTY ILLINOIS By Joseph Wallace, M. A. of the Springfield Bar, The S. J. Clarke Publishing Co., Chicago, IL, 1904
Added by BjJ on Jul 16, 2014 3:50 PM
RE: Tallman in Tully
Hi Sunnyann!

Thanks for your kind words. It was about -5F with the wind chill the day I took those. I need to get back down there and re-photograph them with some green grass and leaves on the trees. I have a couple showing the arrangement - Most of the Tallman graves are in the front row of the cemetery, in a single line.

Added by SkipAZ on May 31, 2014 7:01 PM
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