|D. Elkin (#47856439)|
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|I enjoy going to the cemeteries to get photos for my family. I came across this site and became a volunteer to help others find info on their loved ones. While I am out getting the photos for the requests I accept I find all the family members and post their photos also. If you have any special requests feel free to email me and I will help out any way possible. Happy Hunting Dan|
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|Bob Orr||Woodlawn Cem.|
D Elkin - Thanks for the tombstone photos for Lawrence Arthur & Anna Mary (Habig) Chorpenning. You do a great job.
Added by Bob Orr on Oct 20, 2014 5:57 AM
|Bob Orr||Roselawn Cem.|
D Elkin - Thanks for the tombstone photos for the Chorpenning family, Alfon & Mae and Mae's sister Bell Howe. Nice job.
Added by Bob Orr on Oct 20, 2014 5:32 AM
|Carol Sherbeck Espiritu||Wolfe Tombstone|
Thank you for photographing this tombstone. It is appreciated.
|Pamela Kohl Spetla||The Brenneman Family|
Thank you so much for headstone pic. It has really helped out in my family tree research. Thanks again! Pam
Thank you so much for the recent photo of Pearl's marker. I appreciate it vey much!
Added by jvtree1 on Aug 24, 2014 10:06 AM
|Ladibug||Margaret & George Essig Pictures|
Thank You, Thank You !! I greatly appreciate that you took the time to fulfill my photo request & quickly too. And what a great picture it is.
I would have loved to take the photo myself, but Indiana is just too far for me to travel as I live in Nebraska. What a great service you provide to those relatives that can not visit personally.
Added by Ladibug on Aug 22, 2014 7:42 PM
|dantcarrier||Abner & Alice Lewis grave photos|
Mr. Elkin, Thank you very much for your time to locate & photograph the graves of my Abner & Alice M. Lewis at Woodlawn cemetery. Best to you in all your projects. Dan Carrier, Dallas, TX
|R. Wright||Grate photo|
Thank you for taking the time to get this grave marker photo. Very much appreciate it. Regards, Richard
Thank you so much for finding and photographing Mary Baer's grave. We obviously missed the flat stone; there were 7 family members searching that morning but we had limited time, just passing through on our way back to Columbus. We have a letter from early in 1864 from Mary and Obadiah stating they were in Corunna, six miles from Camp in Kendallsville. Obadiah was a Captain in the 129th Indiana. They had moved from Crawford County, Ohio.
Thank you again for your time,
Added by csgc on Aug 15, 2014 8:43 PM
|Little Fir||Warren Crooks|
Great idea about including that information in his bio. Here is the note I added there-
A slab is all that now remains of Warren's headstone. To the right of it lies a marker for his mother, Queen Crooks. Beyond hers are the markers for Norris, Willie, & Nelson Crooks. (This information and a photo were provided courtesy of Findagrave Contributor #47856439 on July 13, 2014.)
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