|Sharon Hutchinson||Kenefick Memorial|
I want to thank you for adding a photo of my cousin Karen's monument. Living a distance away, I've not been able to go and see her and her husband's grave and had no idea what it looked like. I am very pleased with the wonderful photo. Again it is greatly appreciated.
|Dstmnstr||John III and David Sanford|
Thank you for the photos of their headstones, they were both brothers and my 3rd cousins twice removed.
Added by Dstmnstr on Apr 26, 2016 5:36 AM
|Deborah Clifton||RE: Clarence Snow|
His mother was Minnie Edith Eckel. She and Hugh Snow were married on 1-22-1908 in Ohio. I have tried searching on FindAGrave in Ohio and Indiana to no avail. I am going to see if I can get hold of one of the grandchildren to ask their mother, Wilma, if she would remember. Wilma is Minnie and Hughs'..they called him Frank...oldest daughter. She was born 1914 and is still alive!! I plan on calling tomorrow, so will definitely let you know what I find. Thanks so very much!!
|lulu||Woodland Cemetery Ct|
thanks so much, Meg, for the lovely photos of my Reynolds family - its much appreciated - I hope you kept warm that day! Donna
Added by lulu on Jan 16, 2014 2:08 PM
I have been trying for years to find relatives. My paternal grandmother was Mabel E. Black Griffiths. I know she had a daughter named Mabel as well but I have not been able to find her for decades.
How are you related to the Griffiths family? I know that my grandmother had a daughter named Mabel Griffiths Fish. She was married to a Donald Fish and they had two children; Margaret and Donald. Are you related to any of them?
Laurel Griffiths Reeve
|Irma||Jennie Mae (Clark) Oster #85226661|
Hi-I'm doing research on the Clarks-do you by chance know who Jennie Mae Clarks parents are? I'd really appreciate any info you can give!! Irma
Added by Irma on Dec 02, 2013 10:14 AM
|James (Jim) F. Kelly||George Edward Wolsing|
Year of birth added.
|Kate Welch Denney||South Cemetery|
Thank you so much for posting the memorial and tombstone picture for Edward B. and Ruth Louise (Camp) Terry. Your efforts are greatly appreciated.
Meg, thank you for the picture! I'm very grateful that there are volunteers like you to help in my searches. Looks like a lovely day up there!
Added by Mary on Aug 21, 2012 3:18 PM
|Oklahoma Bob||Alley Jane Hale|
Thank you so much for filling the photo request for the Alley Jane Hale tombstone. She was my GGGrandmother, wife of Greenville Rice Hale.
Thank you again. Your effort and work is muchly appreciated by our family.
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