|Jan Heller (#46588737)|
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|Madeline ||George Snively|
Oh! This is a Christmas present to me! Do you know what the number 4830 means or Iowa? This is great! Thank you for this gift!
Added by Madeline on Dec 15, 2014 5:13 PM
They are not sideways on my screen. Again, thank you so much.
Thank you so much for the photos of my uncle's headstone. I lived with Uncle Ken for a year when I moved to Utah. Uncle Ken had severe PTSD and moved away from his family several years before he died. After going through the PTSD program at the VA Hospital in Atlanta he severed all communications with his siblings and it was almost 5 years later before I found out that he had died - playing around on the SS Death Index.
Again, thank you for the wonderful photos - they mean a lot to me and his surviving brother.
|Vaughan Mavir||Richard Morales|
Thank you so much for completing my Photo request for Richard Morales your time is greatly appreciated and thanks again for being a Find A Grave volunteer.
Vaughan Find A Grave Volunteer Pueblo Colorado
|Charlotte||RE: A Big Thank You!|
Perhaps I will get there someday. For now, your photo will greatly suffice. :)
|Charlotte||A Big Thank You!|
A heartfelt thank you goes out to you this evening. I just received the email informing me of the photo you took of my brother's grave marker.
Wow! I don't know how it works, but somehow that photo has helped me with both closure and closeness to him. I'd never seen the marker before; the saying engraved on it fits him perfectly - that's our Harold.
Thank you for taking your time and making the effort to do this for me. I will share it with other family members whom I am sure will be appreciative too.
This is a wonderful thing you do for others. May God bless you.
|Walter Doernbach||RE: Section MA in cemetery|
Thank you Jan.
It was by pure luck I had found it. My friend and I were walking around the cemetery and were lookin all the headstones. We saw the dates and could make out the Johann and pieces of Messner.
Added by Imhoff on Aug 25, 2014 2:39 PM
|David Grissom||RE: Marines in Korea|
This is why I was sending you that pic. Thought so!
Oh, look! Donnie Osmond! Let me know when you want him transferred to you.
Added by Carole on Apr 30, 2013 6:10 AM
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