|Brian Williams (#46847527)|
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Im a small business owner who is very interested in history. My mother, sister and I are all doing geneaology to some extent. I found this site through a search and had to join up. It was fun to go and find graves that people requested pictures of and I'm going to work on a virtual cemetary or two. Of course, I will be posting pictures of family graves as well as a few well known local grave sites.|
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|LeRoy L. Smith||White Family Conections|
Thanks, Brian, for linking the Cora and Solomon White family to their daughter of my family tree. Regards.
I just wanted to tell you I left a note on Catherinse Smith's Rice's Memorial page
THANK YOU FOR THE TRANSFERS!!!! I am VERY appreciative! You are most kind so to do. Happiest of holidays to you and yours. Best regards, Ann
Is Henry Plymire in the Springer cemetery related to you? If not I was hoping you might transfer. I'd like to connect his children with him. Thanks
Added by Mel on Aug 24, 2010 8:25 PM
Job Springer is in my family tree and I have been looking for Springer Cemetery. By your pictures it is apparently hard to spot from the road. Is there a road to the cemetery and do you need permission from someone to go there. Thanks.
|Dan & Barbara||Snider Hillcrest Cem.|
I have transfered Thomas Snider Believe to be Fronias Spouse and Effie All three of these are in the same plot.
|Genosleuth29||Wesley Cemetery, Will, IL|
Brian, I really need photos please of JOHN RITCHEY AND KATE RITCHEY from Wesely. I saw you had posted the sign photos. Any chance you could get them for me? The memorials both have dates that don't match the dates I have from history books....
I also think John and Kate's children and John's bro (BENJAMIN) are buried there. Anyway you might be able to look?
|Michele Marie Bonotto||Van Meter|
Any luck in locating the Van Meter Cemetery?? I spoke with you today at All Saints Cemetery.
|Don H. Morrison||Smith Cemetery|
Brian. This cemetery is actually in the confines of what is called Kankakee River State Park. Many of the early settlers in this cemetery passed in to their new life as a result of a dyphoid epidemic that passed through the area. The Smiths are relatives of mine on my mother's side of the family. Don h. Morrison
|Linda Saltzgiver||Photo request|
Deselm Cemetery, I have been there once but was unable to get a map so it would be very nice if you would do that for me. It is wonderful to find a web site where people are willing to help.
Thank you for you time and effort.
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