|Thomas L. Smallridge, Jr.||RE: My Cousin, PFC Robert Jackson Dearth|
Thank you very much for your kindness. And please, there is no need to apologize. I am too old to be in a hurry about anything.
Each month, I go generation to generation in my family memorials and sponsor however many I can. I'll probably do Bob this coming payday.
Thank you again.
|Thomas L. Smallridge, Jr.||My Cousin, PFC Robert Jackson Dearth|
I would like to ask that you remove the the pictures that you added to my Memorial for PFC Robert Jackson Dearth U.S. Army, KIA France, 1944.
His memorial number is 6430873. He was the grandson of my Great Aunt, Myrtle Leoata (Burt) Dearth. Would like to replace the pictures with other family pictures.
Thank you very much.
|Kellie Rutter||Marvel Mills|
military grave registration card states
? - 2/24/1862
row 9 #25
Civil War Army PVT Co D 17th reg. O.V.I.
|Kellie Rutter||John McMullen|
Info from military grave registration card at Hocking Co library states 1767-1853
War of 1812 Army PVT Capt. James Davis Co.
|Kellie Rutter||Jacob Hutchinson|
Hi. I was looking at your posting for Jacob Hutchinson in South loomingville Cemetery and thought I'd send info I found on him at Hocking Co library. The military grave registration card gave this info
born 11/22/1837 died 7/5/1860
buried row 7 #35
Civil War Army PVT Co C 73nd Reg O.V.I.
Thanks for your work on findagrave.
Thank you very much for the tombstone pictures. It is sad to see that Mary's tombstone is knocked down and broken into several different pieces. I wish there was a program that would restore and preserve old tombstones in Ohio. It is very appreciated that you took this picture for me.
Thank you for the recent photos you took for me. I truly appreciate it.
|VyAZ Whitaker||Thomas's In Crouse Chapel Cem|
THANK YOU..! Thank you so very much for the photo of my kin in Ohio. I really appreciate your extra Effort!! Az Vy
|Grave Hunters||Thank you!|
Thank you very much for the photo!
Thank you so much for getting this pic for me. My daughter in law will be so surprised. Her great grandfather was Alice's brother.
Added by Linda on May 11, 2008 12:52 PM
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