|Art Parker (#46779017)|
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|Linda||Armstrong headstones transferred|
Thank you for your kind words -- I'm glad it was helpful to add their records and the inscription.
I came across their names when I was looking for Colburn family records.
I noticed that the above cite doesn't have the photos of the headstones posted or the link has changed -- the above was where I found the inscriptions.
All the best with your continued research.
Added by Linda on Apr 24, 2013 1:45 PM
|Marylin DeYoung||RE: Henry's stone|
Ha! A new way to communicate. :) Marylin
|Marylin DeYoung||Henry's stone|
Thanks, Art. It's a nice looking stone, and I'm glad you were able to dig around and find it (with Andrew's help). Thank Andrew too.
|Mary Ann Loss||Peter Van Dyne|
Hi, Would it help if I transferred Peter Van Dyne to your care? Thanks, MA
|DeeB||RE: Redfields of Conway, MA|
It is such a pleasure to hear from family members. That is what it is all about. Take Care.
Added by DeeB on Jan 25, 2012 7:51 AM
|Anonymous||RE: Redfields of Conway, MA|
it is always my hope that the memorials I create will eventually be managed by family. It is my pleasure to make the transfers and will do the same on any others found in Conway, or the surrounding locale.
|Carole Alden||Thank you|
Thank you for taking and posting the picture of Resthaven Cemetery Phelps, Ontario County, New York, USA I'm working on the family of Emily S. "Emma" Griffith Holmes Memorial# 71878008 on my tree at Ancestry.com and was hoping that you would allow me to use a copy of your cemetery picture. I would give your name and that you first posted it here at Find A Grave. Thank you for you help in leading us to the past.
You are so welcome. My husband and I liked reading the bio you wrote, it makes it personal and gives a sense of who Byron Chapman was.
Added by Miriam on Jan 07, 2009 2:41 PM
You are more than welcome!
|ambs||Riverside Cemetery, Kalamazoo, MI|
I took pictures of Loma Brown, Sharon Dings and Roland Burns. There was a Milford and Mina Dings in the same row, also a William Kirby in-between M&M Dings and Roland, so I took those too. Allie
Added by ambs on Jul 17, 2008 12:27 PM
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