|Melissia Mason (#47436413)|
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I'm an amateur genealogist and I love finding information on both my family line and the lines of other people. I'm happy to provide look-ups in my area if possible. |
Feel free to use photos I have submitted for your personal use.
Surnames in my family line...
Maternal: Robinson, Deering, Gay, Cox, Gideon, Cappleman, Fullerton, Dickey
Paternal: Mason, Terry, Bryant, Zogg, Russell, Barron, Middlebrook, Knust/Krist(?)
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Thank you for the picture of Kathryn and Lawrence Forker's headstone.
|Emma (Shrum) Butler Duke||INFANT JOSEPH ALLEN|
Thanks so much for the memorial transfer, this is greatly appreciated, Emma.
|SWM||RE: Thanks! (Thomas & Mary Russell)|
You're VERY welcome! Happy to help! :-D
Added by SWM on Jul 14, 2014 4:37 PM
|Rick Weaver||RE: Thanks!|
You're welcome Melissia!
|Jeffrey Mills||RE: Hiltner|
Glad I could help! I love the local cemeteries here and was happy to spend time out in the chilly autumn air! Don't hesitate to contact me if you need more!!!!!
Thanks so much for the photo of Wm's stone. Find-a-Grave volunteers are the best!
You are truly appreciated!
Added by Deekay on Oct 24, 2013 8:14 AM
Thanks for the picture of Jacob's Headstone.. Great Work, appreciated so much..
Added by totsie on Oct 10, 2013 6:59 PM
|Doug Thompson||John Calvin Kemp|
Just noticed you added JC Kemp as well. This is so awesome. Thanks so much for your great work.
|Doug Thompson||Saphronia Kemp|
Thank you so much for the grave photo of Saphronia Kemp. The dates on the stone are the dates of birth and death I had in my records for her. I always thought her husband John Calvin Kemp (J.C.) was buried under the same stone, but maybe not? J.C. was a Civil War veteran. I grew up in Dyer and my Gray and Kemp family are from Bells Chapel and my Webb and Thompson family are from Dyer and Mason Hall. This photo is very helpful to me and I will cherish it forever. I live in Washington DC now so there is no way I could ever have gotten a photo on my own.
Thank you so much for the photo of David F. Halliburton's stone!
Added by Dixie on Oct 07, 2013 9:50 PM
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