|Nick Wagers (#47023969)|
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|I used to live in the Champaign, IL area. I have completely photographed East Bend Memorial Gardens, East Bend Memorial Cemetery, Riverside Cemetery, Calvary Cemetery, Immanuel Luthern Cemetery, Prairieview Cemetery and Harwood Chapel Cemetery back in 2008. If you want a photo that I haven't posted, let me know. I don't get photo requests from this area anymore.|
I have moved near Monroe, MI and thinking about starting photographs again.
Here are all my pictures: http://www.flickr.com/photos/nwagers/
I do not add bios or link profiles. I only work off of primary sources of information. I'd gladly transfer memorials to anyone that would like to do this sort of work.
|Messages left for Nick Wagers (36)||[Leave Message]|
|Carol Hicks||Joseph C. Pittman|
Thank you so much for transferring him to me. Appreciate it.
|Kurt Johnson||Walter Ogrodowski|
Thanks for the picture of his marker.
|Janel Norris||Ernest Gagneau|
Thank you very much! Janel Norris
|Janel Norris||Celena Gagneau|
Thank you so very much!
|Karen (Ogburn) Lint||Roy Springer|
Thanks so much for the unexpected transfer!
|HelenD||Re: Christian Bort|
Nick, Thanks for the transfer.
Added by HelenD on Jan 04, 2013 11:35 AM
|Janet S. Alvis||Thomases|
Thank you so much! Greatly appreciated ;)
|Adana Thompson Adams||Ed and Belle Hill|
Thanks for the transfesr!!!!
I appreciate it!
|Adana Thompson Adams||Thanks|
Thank you for the transfers and all the help you gave me.
I so appreciate it.
|Adana Thompson Adams||28932490 Estelle Ford|
Nick, this was the page I was talking about in my previous post. She's in Riverside Cemetery in Mahomet and I would very much like to find her gravesite. From your description do you know where this is? She is a family member of mine and I have been searching her tombstone for years as she's not buried with her parents and siblings. Thanks for any help you can give me.
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