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|EMS1008||Eleanor Jennings Photo|
Steve... thank you so much for taking a photo of my grandmother's grave. It's an EXCELLENT photo. So good, that I wish I had the finances to send you to New York to grab shots of headstones from the 1600's, 1700's, and the 1800's. Some can be very difficult to take.
Again, thank you so much.
There is now a Find A Grave listing for my grandfather Edwin Hedden Jennings, Jr. I think he's buried right next to my grandmother. Is there a chance you got that one, too? If not, no biggie. I'll get it at some point.
You are awesome for volunteering your time and talents. -- Penny (Jennings) Taylor
Added by EMS1008 on Aug 18, 2014 10:09 AM
|Loren Bender||Jack Jones|
Thanks for taking the time to get the great Photo!
Thank you so much for the transfer of your memorial for John Lynn. I have contacted find-a-grave and asked them to merge the two memorials in order to eliminate the duplication.
Added by Kathy on Aug 18, 2014 6:26 AM
|Alma Smith||Fort Leavenworth National Cemetery|
Steve, thanks you for the photos of the Green Barnett and Harvey Orville Barnett photos at Fort Leavenworth. Your work is greatly appreciated. Alma Smith
|Mary Ann Loss||Fort Leavenworth|
Hi Steve, Thanks so much for all of your camera work in Fort Leavenworth National Cemetery. Your efforts are truly making a difference in getting this cemetery totally documented, a true memorial to our veterans and their families. Take good care, Mary Ann
|es||RE: Lakin Family|
Thank you for your response to my inquiry. I will contact the historical society to see if they have any further information. Thank you also for the inscription information. It was hard to read online.
Added by es on Jun 14, 2014 10:43 AM
Steve, thank you for posting grave markers of the Lakin family in the Partridge Island Cemetery in Hancock, Delaware, New York, USA. I found Phebe S. Lakin and one of her children, but not her spouse. Is there any way we can find Sallows S. Lakin?
Also, Robert S. Lakin's marker is hard to read, can you tell me what the marker says? I want to be sure these are my ancestors.
Thank you for your prompt response.
Added by es on Jun 11, 2014 2:14 PM
|April Benedict||Ella Leat|
Thanks so much for the photo of Ella's marker. Your work here is greatly appreciated.
|Juanice Reed||RE: Martha Burns toombstone|
Usually the cemetery at least knows the burial date!? Do you know what part of the cemetery that Martha Burns was buried - is it the older portion of the cemetery? Were other burials around Martha Burns older burials? That might explain why the cemetery is not sure of the burial date. I am looking for a Martha Burns that died between 1865-1870. Her husband was in the civil war and was in Leavenworth in 1865 according to the 1865 census. Her husband has remarried by 1870 according to the 1870 census.
Thank you for your help. Sometimes is seems like a very little needle in a very big haystack. I really appreciate your help.
Thank you so much for providing the photo of the gravestone for Hazel Bruns!
Added by CLCH on May 15, 2014 7:33 PM
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