|Donna Payne (#46859547)|
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|Mackenzie||RE: Arms in Barnum Cemetery|
I am Lewis Arms' great-granddaughter. We were at Barnum and could not find Bertha Arms' stone. I don't know much about the Arms family because my grandma, Nancy, did not have a relationship with her father. Since I have started doing genealogy with my dad is the first time I have even heard of some of the names of the Arms family. Thank you!
|Mackenzie||Arms in Barnum Cemetery|
I noticed you had a photo request for Bertha Arms, who is buried in Barnum. Do you have a relation to her? I am going there tomorrow on some genealogy stuff regarding the Arms family (as I am relation). I can fulfill your photo request.
|Marilyn Kenyon, Psy.D.||Freeman Richardson|
I just noticed that you uploaded Freeman's photo. Thank you very much. It looks great!
|Marilyn Kenyon, Psy.D.||Rebecca Smith Richardson|
Thank you so much for the photo of Rebecca's memorial. This has got to be the "coolest" memorial, yet, of all my family!
Thanks so much for taking the photos of Oscar & Jean Jeide's stones.
Added by heeyjude on Sep 12, 2008 12:31 PM
|Kathryn Cabral||shaker photo|
Donna thank you very much for the photo I have a question did you happen to see any other grave with the last name shaker
|Alfred Whitaker||Oak Grove photo|
I'm not sure of Rod Lee's date of birth. His wife, Lois Colyer Lee, was cremated last year, and arrangements have been made to place her cremains with him in his coffin. She is the daughter of my Aunt Eleanor Rhoads Dingee Colyer.
Alfred Dingee Whitaker
|LQQKIN4Family||Saltz Oak Grove Cemetery|
Thank you! Thank you! These are all that I know of that are in Oak Grove. I truly have been blessed with these pictures.
Oh I would love an obit for Elijah Saltz who died 10-21-1934. Or his wife who died 6-17-1908, Clarissa Jane Hayden - Saltz. Thank you for all you have done.
Thank you so much for the beautiful photo of Frederick and Eve Hartwell's grave stones. The extra photo of the outside of the musoleum was very kind of you. I will cherish them.
Added by Isabeaux on Jul 06, 2008 7:49 AM
Thank you so much for taking these photo's for me. They are beautifully done.
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