|Ruth Ellen Bartels||Ferdinand Gutzmer|
All the grave photos you posted to Find A Grave Memorial# 102483173 are for the wrong Ferdinand Gutzmer (look at the dates). I think there is room for me to post one of the correct person, and I'd also like to post the headstone photo but there is not room. Would you please delete your photos?
You added a nice gravestone photo to the memorial 106268628 for Charles and Cathrine Ward in the Plainview Cemetery, Western, Saline County, Nebraska. I notice in the background of that photo is a monument with the name WARD. Can you tell me anything about who that may be for? Their son Francis "Frank" Ward is buried in that cemetery and I am searching for the burial of his wife, Eleanore "Ella" who died between 1900 and 1910. Thank you for any help you can provide.
Sincerely, Don Knoepfel, Kennewick, WA
Thanks so much for filling my photo request!
|Jack Gilchrist||Merrill Weaver Photo - Thanks|
Thank you for the gravesite photo of Merril & his wife Bonnie taken in the Lafontaine IOOF Cemetery in Wabash Co., Indiana.
Your efforts on behalf of these relatives are most appreciated.
|Darrin Moore||RE: Agnita Barry's headstone|
Glad I could help.
I had been watching for the marker for some a while. Then, I noticed she was a nun. The nuns are buried in separate sections pretty much in order of their burials. Presto! There is was in the nun's section.
|Givens/Leonard||RE: Lewis Thelen headstone photo|
You are very welcome. I already had it in my computer. A friend, Bettie Perry, actually took the photo last year and sent me a bunch to enter for her.
Thanks Dan, I appreciate all the work you have done. The main thing is that the name is legible.
Added by Bob on Jul 08, 2011 12:23 AM
Thanks Dan, I appreciate alll the work you have done. The main thing is that the name is legible.
Added by Bob on Jul 08, 2011 12:21 AM
|Paula Phillips||Reuben Sailors|
Thank you so very much for the picture!
If you every need anyone from NE GA maybe I can help You.
|Allen Co IN tombstones||Tyner|
Thanks for adding the photos of the Tyners. Your time and efforts are appreciated.
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