|Michele Ball||Active or inactive|
I would love to know the answer to this question. I have sent a great deal of information to his site and it is never added.
He is a great-great grandfather and if you aren't going to do anything more with the site I would love to be the caregiver and sponsor the site.
There is a women going around making duplicates of our family lines and she of course has constructed one on him.
|Karen B||TDL & Margaret Menke Photo|
Thank you so much for taking the photos. I was heart broken to see that the statue of the Virgin Mother Mary had been broken off, but I guess some people do not have respect for the dead. Thank you for your time.~~ Karen
Added by Karen B on Jul 25, 2010 7:04 PM
|letsgogirls||RE: Gary Dean Smith|
Thanks for letting me know - picture was lovely and showed everything, but deleted per your request. God Bless you.
|Michele Ball||Charley Samples|
Charley Samples...your Charles Samples has the same dates as my husband's great-great grandfather Charles Ransome Samples. He too was born in Kentucky and died in Arkansas.
Charles Samples married Lutisha (spelled different ways). They had a son named Felix Grundy Samples. He had a few children by three different wifes.
I would love to know if you think I have the correct Charles Samples.
|Jay Boone||Smith family|
That you for taking the photos of W. Edward and Nellie Smith's headstones. I had a memorial page for their daughter Bessie and put in a request for a photo, so you can add the photo to that page. Thank you also for the offer to clean up the headstones, and if you could that would be great.
|Marilyn Walker||Virgil Dickerson|
Clint, Thanks so very much with your help in getting the photo for me. This is my cousin, and I would have never been able to get to this cemetery to take the photo myself, I really appreciate your time and effort. THANKS AGAIN.
Thank you very much for the honor you've done our Uncle Mike by placing the photos. We appreciate it VERY much!
Added by Janet on Jun 30, 2009 2:18 PM
Thank you so much for taking the time to help me out with my family. I really appreciate the work you put into it and the photos!
Thanks again! Vonna
Added by Vonna on Jun 29, 2009 5:38 PM
|Melissa Lively Sherry||John A. Armatis|
Sorry this took so long..
The Sumner Cemetery records show the interment of a John A. Armatis on Sept. 18, 1964 in plot N1/2-158-209. Mr. Armatis' residence was listed as Tacoma, Washington. No other information on John A. Armatis is listed.
This is all the info they had...
Thank you so much for posting the pictures to Elnora & Philip Pick's memorials. They're great pictures and we will treasure them. We live in Idaho so we will probably never make it to Colorado. This gives us a chance to see our relatives graves. Thank you again and have a great weekend.
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