|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Michaels|
You're welcome- always glad to help! Sorry the stone was so worn. I asked the owner of the memorial to include this birth/death date.
|Kurt Johnson||Arabella Younker|
Since Arabella is related to you, would you like me to transfer the management of her memorial to you? I would be more than happy to do so.
|Beth Caporali||RE: Adams Headstone|
You are very welcome.
|Kellie||Orient Cemetery: Symms/Taylor|
Hello, I have connected them as you asked.
Happy New Year,
Added by Kellie on Jan 02, 2013 4:55 PM
|PATRICIA K. GRUETTER||RE CATHERINE KNABLE FINDLEY|
HELLO. IM PATRICIA K FINDLEY GRUETTER. IM TRYING TO TRACE MY HERITAGE. WOULD LIKE TO CONNECT WITH YOU. WE SEEM TO BE RELATED. BY THE WAY IM TRYING TO CONNECT A WILOLIS FRANCIS FINDLEY BORN IN BROOKLYN NY 1865-1869 FATHER DAVID AND MOTHER MERCEDES. IF YOU RUN ACROSS ANYTHING.
2011 WEST ACACIA ST, STOCKTON CALIFORNIA 95203-1342 (209)915-3831 EM: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Lori ||RE: Berkebile|
Hi, you're very welcome! The unmarked stone is the individual headstone for Daniel. It would've read "Father." In the Berkebile plot, the three headstones were along side each other. "Mother" - "(illegible)Father" - and "Son." That's why I put the pictures up on his wife and sons memorial pages. So you could see the comparison. The large memorial stone is a marker for the whole plot. If you need anything else, let me know! Thanks! ~ Lori
Added by Lori on Dec 03, 2012 6:29 AM
|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Catherine Goughnour|
You're very welcome. It's a shame the stone was in such bad shape, but it is definitely hers despite not being able to read the name.
You are welcome. There are a couple more Holts in that cemetery that I wasn't able to find yesterday. It was to cold to walk around for to long. I will get them later when the weather breaks and I have time to go to that cemetery again. Have a great day.
|Linda ||RE: Mary Vronesk Gochnour|
If I get a chance to go back to the cemetery I'll see if I can find a Vronesk headstone. Maybe she was buried with her first husband.
Added by Linda on Oct 22, 2012 7:03 AM
|Lori ||RE: photo|
You're very welcome! My Grandfather was a Goughnour and it's interesting to trace the line back to see how the name changes and takes on new spelling. Very happy I could help!
Added by Lori on Sep 16, 2012 6:25 AM
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