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|Wendy Nason Watson||Lou Sterling|
Thanks so much for taking this photo for me.
His birth name is/was Louis Wallace Stierlin.
I really appreciate your taking the trouble to get information. Please let me know if there is anything I can do for you. I live in Albany, OR.
|Patti Prime||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for getting Emilienne Prime's photo. The volunteers at Find A Grave are terrific!!! Thanks, again!
|Janet Hickman||Lizzie Doresett|
Thank you so much for responding to my request. jdhickman
|STL Girl||Thank You!!!|
Thank you so much for taking the time to take a photo of Mary C Crommie Bailey gave site in the Evergreen Cemetery in Los Angeles.
I got your message that there is no marker for the grave but it is still nice to see the location.
I put down the second location that you mentioned for her plot: Section C, Lot 672.
I can't thank you enough. Living in St. Louis, Missouri I was not sure when I would make it to the Evergreen Cemetery.
Take Care - PD
Added by STL Girl on Aug 10, 2008 10:51 AM
Thank for taking your time to seek out the information about my Great- grandfather's grave. I am not too surprised it wasn't marked; those were some hard years for so many.
I had wondered when I saw that another member of Find- a- Grave had posted a photo of his 2nd wife's grave (my Great-grandmother, Susan Lile Chowning), but not his. It is interesting that he is even in a different section of the cemetery, but then he did remarry, maybe he is buried along side the 3rd wife, maybe she is also unmarked (I am not sure of her 1st name.)
I see from family information that two of Levi's sons (brothers of my grandmother) are also reported to be in the same cemetery so I am going to put up requests for photo's of them too. They might not be marked either???? I have seen that Levi's Brother Austin, Austin's wife King, & their son, Henry; have already been listed on this site, but not photographed.
I am interested in the map you mentioned of the section. If you would e-mail it to me I would be most grateful. Thank you again. Patti
Added by patti on Aug 05, 2008 7:57 PM
Okay, thank you for taking the pictures.
Added by oKawa on Aug 02, 2008 8:26 PM
|carroll||Barndollar, George R.|
Thank you so much for photographing the stone of George R. Barndollar for me. I was so thrilled when I came home today to find the photograph. I wrote a book on the Barndollar family in 1995 and hope to do an updated version someday. THANKS again. Did you happen to notice if a wife was with him?
Added by carroll on Aug 02, 2008 5:24 PM
|Kathy Gajda||Orson Hager|
I can not thank you enough. It means so very much not only to me but to my extended family. Orson is our Great Grandfather and we have been looking for his grave for quite some time. I'm sure you will get extra brownie points in heaven for connecting us with our Great Grandfather.
Thanks again, Kathy
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