|Diane & John (#46842343)|
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Update-2015 I'm happy to make corrections and additions on anything I put in; however, PLEASE USE THE "EDIT" BUTTON and "SUGGEST A CORRECTION". I respond daily to these requests, but longer if you don't use that "Edit" Button!! I gladly make transfers if you are related & I am not ... but please let me know your relationship to the person.|
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My husband & I live in California and travel in our RV 7 mos. out of the year. We enjoy cemetery walking & photographing headstones is a wonderful hobby, we will take photos of everyone, relatives or not.
Our family names are: Loy, Day, Gentry. And Luebke, Krohmer, Wilde, Weber.
No need to ask permission if you want to use my photos for personal use, but please give proper credit when using one of my photos: "Diane & John Loy, Find A Grave #46842343".
DO NOT REPOST ANY OF MY PHOTOS ONTO YOUR MEMORIAL CREATIONS!!!!!!
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|Erwin de Mooij||Walter Wagoner|
Dear Diane and John,
my name is Erwin de Mooij and I am the content webmaster for the 457th Bomb Group Association website.
At this moment I am working on a virtual cemetery/memorial on the website honering all 339 KIA/MIA/KIS of the group.
I saw your picture of Walter Wagoner's grave marker and I was wondering if I could use it for the memorial. If you made any other photos of 457th BG members would I be able to use these too?
Because this is a veterans memorial page on a veterans website I am not able to post a credit with each photo. The only name will be the name of the person who died. I do have a thank you at the bottem of the page thanking findagrave and all it's contributers and photographers. Would this be alright with you?
We would greatly appreciate it.
Erwin de Mooij
Content webmaster 457th Bomb Group Association
|Janie Williams||RE: looking for Netherlys|
ok. Ever run across any please keep me in mind
I don't get to travel right now.
thank you Janie
|Bryan Anderson||Hans Rasmussen|
Dear Diane & John,
I am researching my paternal grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division, which was significantly comprised of individuals from the North Platte area. According to the History of the 89th Division, Hans Rasmussen belonged to the this unit. He is listed as being severely wounded on 10/20/1918.
The gravestone (Find A Grave Memorial# 45537934) which you have created, shows this Hans Rasmussen was a private in the US Army in WWI, but offers nothing more than that. So, would you have any idea if this particular Hans Rasmussen belonged to Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division?
You help would be greatly appreciated!
|Janie Williams||looking for Netherlys|
Margerat and Margeret S. Netherly.
Is it possible that one of them is the one that married a Williams Netherly 1802-1844.
She was born 1796?
|Denmother||RE: Re: Jennie Silkwood|
Yes, it looks like someone has made a few repairs at High Street Cemetery, including a nice new cemetery sign, which I have submitted for approval. Thanks for all your work with Findagrave!
|Charles Parsons||RE: Re: Thomas J Smith #33320878|
Thanks for your message. Yes, the info on his death certificate isn't correct. Ida Beumart was Thomas Jefferson Smith's wife, not his mother. Ida was the mother of the informant, Roy Smith. She is also buried at Fairview Cemetery in Pecos. Her death certificate is at https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1942-25179-26728-50?cc=1983324
|brad reynolds||Access to Antioch Cemetery|
Greetings! I recently discovered that my 5 times great grandparents are buried in Antioch cemetery in Buchanan County Missouri. I was curious to visit the site, however I see that it is located in a field complete with a fenced pathway. I see that you have visited this site (at least I assume you did given the picture), and I was wondering if you had to receive permission from any local land owners before going. I contacted the zoning folks for the county and they strongly recommended staying off the site unless I had permission from someone. I hadn't realized that a cemetery can be private land, but I guess this is. Any advice would be appreciated!
|Beautiful Savior Is My Lord Jesus Christ||RE: Re: Ada Blanche Hutson #33804811|
I removed the photo. Thanks for letting me know.
|Terri Stockstill||Rebecca Cumming-Davidson|
Thanks very much for Rebecca. I appreciate your kindness!
|Ann Hailey||Thank you for transferring records|
Thank you for transferring my parents' and other family members' records.
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