|Eric R Fortsch (#47027528)|
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|Robert Fickies||So many thanks !!!|
Eric, I was truly amazed at how quickly you responded to my request for marker photos of EIGHT Civil War veterans buried at Albany Rural Cemetery. Many thanks. You are a true asset to the Find-A-Grave community.
Now, I will be posting more requests for Civil War markers soon. Please do not feel you need to take them.. You have certainly done your job, my Friend......
Thanks for taking a picture of Alfred Street's grave - it's people like you that make Find A Grave such a great site!!
|An Angel Above||Hi Cos..|
Thought I would leave a message for you both, I'm glad you found the site, grandpa, and are helping others with the photos. Guess it must run in the family. Talk to you soon. Sharon
|Nancy J Silkey||Rufus Slauson plot photos|
Thank you for the wonderful photos you took for us of Susan & Rufus Slauson gravestones and also that of George B. Fryer. I especially liked the distance photos!
|Lynnsdaughter||Mary Alice Fahey-Bonter "Mame Faye"|
Thank you so much for all your your wonderful photography work, Eric! I am a descendant of a bunch of Upper Albany/Rensselaer Co. families...but Mame's is not one of them. Actually, I ran across her name on the Rennsy Quiz, a monthly feature of the Rensselaer County GenWeb site. Since I am a professional writer who is currently collecting data for a potential project on madames and their houses of ill repute, of course I had to follow up on Mame! Just think how incredibly boring this world would be if we were all saints!