|Clarence Priest (#46822984)|
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I have moved back to Leon, Iowa in Decatur County. I will continue to work on Decatur County issues. My gggrandparents came to Iowa about 1849. They came to Leon after the Civil War. I enjoy delving into history of Decatur County and its families. I will gladly transfer control of any entry to someone involved with the various families. We have moved again to the Gernand Retirement Village in Strawberry Point, Iowa. Our location has changed, but not my appreciation for Find A Grave.|
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|Kate Eakman||Ambrose Hughes|
Thank you for taking both photos of this grave marker - my, that is a big one!
|Russell Fuller||Strawberry Point Photo|
What a great surprise to open our mail today and find that you had taken the photos for us!
We thank you so much for helping fill in this piece of our family tree. We hope to either pay it back or pay it forward by finding a grave to photograph in our area!
Thank you for taking the time to photograph and post the photo's of Hazel Peterman's headstone. Your time and commitment to helping others is GREATLY appreciated !!! The photos are very well done. Again my heartfelt Thanks :-)Theresa
Added by Theresa on May 04, 2015 7:50 PM
|Brenda Hare||Arthur Everitt|
Thank you so very much for the picture of Arthur Everitt's grave. It is very much appreciated.
Cedar Rapids IA
|Brenda Hare||Edward Everitt|
Thank you for taking and posting the picture of Edward Everitt's grave. It is very much appreciated.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
|Susan Stott||RE: Burns and Kinnear photos|
Thank you for the other three photos. I do see how difficult they are to read, and wonder how you ever found them! It must have taken some searching. The pictures are excellent, and in spite of the difficulty in reading the markers I can see you have them all correct. Thank you for helping to memorialize these folks whose lives were too short, but whose descendents remember them with gratitude.
|Susan Stott||Burns and Kinnear photos|
You started my day out on such a happy note! Thank you for the excellent photos of the grave markers for my 2nd great grandfather, Henry B. Burns, and for his grandmother, Keturrah Kinnear. My great grandmother, born 5 months after Burns' untimely death, was his only surviving offspring. She pioneered to Montana and Southern Alberta. You have given me back my Iowa roots. God bless you!
|Susan S||Albert Schmidt|
Thank you for the photos. I apologize for taking so long - I got way behind.
Have a good day, Susan
Added by Susan S on Mar 31, 2015 6:44 PM
|Kate Eakman||Electa Hale|
Thank you for taking the time to take this photograph and add it to Electa's memorial page. Her descendants will be thrilled to see it!
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