|Dennis Burlingham||RE: Ruth A. Hunt (1885-1886)|
It really helps when the interment lists are online.
Makes searches so much more easy. Paw Paw Twp. has all their cemeteries online.
|New York Historian||RE: John Smith - Calvary Cemetery Location|
Your quite welcome, now that she is in the correct cemetery, one of our photograpers can fulfill your request. Jim
|Todd Michelle Eich||Hunt Family Memorials in MN|
I did remove the connection of Nathaniel and Lydia until I have more information. If you look at the stone for Lydia it says Lydia J. he information sent to me by another member which I put into Nathaniel's memorial states he was married to a Lydia Jane Spencer (4 May 1835 NY - 15 Jun 1893 MN. Although I only took the pictures, I do want to be sure to have the memorials correct. If you are a descendant of the Hunt family please let me know so I can have this information correct on each persons memorial.
Thanks so much.
|MARLA (ROTHERY) DE BELLOY WOSNAK||WOSNAK photos|
Oh my goodness, thank you so very much, Rae, for taking the pictures of the Wosnak urn. We have not yet been able to visit, but thanks to you have a better idea of their final resting place. We also had no idea when Otto Hugo Wosnak died or where his remains were located. Thank you so much for answering these questions for us! Ed & Marla Wosnak
thank you very kindly for taking the time to get these photos
|DJ Csikos||Frank Spingola|
Seems that I made an error while copying from the Vet Cem Stats for the cemetery to the plot # posted; left off an 8; would you recheck the number below and post the photo. Would appreciate a second try at this.
Thank you so much. PER THE CEMSTATS...he is in the cem. Dianna Csikos
VET CEM.STATS---GoldenGate National Cem has Frank David Spingola (22 Apr 1912-02 May 1988); Buried on 6 May 1988 in Section CA-18 Site C-17.
|MWeidner||Thank you for photos|
Thank you for taking the time to take photos for Elmer Kahle's memorial .. it is much appreciated! ~ Marilyn
Added by MWeidner on Oct 28, 2012 7:23 PM
Thank you for pictures of headstones for both Margaret and James Ackerman.
Added by Deborah on Oct 28, 2012 5:55 PM
|Michael Cummins||Hediger photo|
Thank you very much!!
Thank you for getting the very nice photos of the Senter marker and location. Your volunteer time is much appreciated.
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