|Debra Slater Garner||Malinda Jane Fox Robbins|
I want to thank you so much for the picture of my gr gr grandmother's tombstone post to Findagrave. I have tried to photograph the stone for a number of years and it never came out plain enough to read. You did a super job and it is appreciated by many of her descendants.
|Lauri Rowland Hill||Zeulen Ault|
Thank you so much for fulfilling my photo request for Zeulen. I appreciate it very much!
Thank you so much for the picture.
|Celtic Druid||Shirley Mooney Spitzer|
I appreciate the quality photo of the headstone. Thank you for all your time and work.
|Mary Detherage||Arthour and Bethel Elliott|
Thanks so much for posting the picture of the
monument of Bethel Elliott
Thanks for the new picture of this headstone.
|James Coston||James Gross, 2012 request @ Confederate Cem.|
I was out there today and took some fotos as per your request.
Before I post my findings I would like to review records of where U got the row/number info so I can coordinate with others buried around him to check my accuracy.
Are they listed online. ?
Later, James Coston
|Marguerite||RE: Harry Albrecht|
Hi Jeanette! Yes, I can go ahead and change it. I got that I think from mom's old notes from talking with Grandma and also Harry put down the 14th on his Social Security application.
|Louise Brown White||John Falconer headstone|
Thank you so much for the picture of John Falconer's headstone.
|Leah||RE: Bacon genealogy|
I don't have much info on Alonzo but I was able to find there may be a deed to him from his father in Cattaraugus land records. I visited Parklawn Cemetery last year and did not find any gravestone for him, and looks as if he migrated to Illinois and then Iowa.
Lycenius had a son named Alonzo Penuel Bacon. What a strong connection!
Good luck with your research!
Added by Leah on Jul 22, 2011 9:45 AM
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