|Mark St. Andre||RE: Transfering ownership|
Hi, I almost never check my find a grave messages and I just saw this note from you asking me to transfer ownership of a grave to you. If you still want me to do so, plese send me your Id# and the link to the memorial. Thanks.
|Laura (Matten-Johnson) Segrin||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for sponsoring my birth mother and sister-in-law. This means a lot to me and I can't even begin to express how much I appreciate your kindness. Thank you.
|Cathy Cadd||RE: Hess/Beidelman|
Hi. Yes we are related to the Beidelman family. Sarah Minirva Woodling is my husbands 2 great grandmother. Her parents were Francis Woodling and Ruth Biedleman. Ruths parents were Samuel Biedelman (died 1826 in Louisianna) and Sarah (Sally). His parents were Samuel born 09 Oct 1751 and Elizabeth Hess born 04 Jan 1753.
Are you related to these families as well?
My email is email@example.com. Love to chat with you. Cathy
I just called the office today and this time they gave me different information.
Thomas K is now in Section K Lot 5326 Civil War Section
LaVern is now in Section I lot 5912 and Harry E. is now in section I Lot 6160.
I am so sorry that you have had to go back there again.
Thanks for your time.
Thank you for the photos you took of my relatives. They really are appreciated. I'm very sorry my oversight caused you unneeded effort.
Added by Sharon on Oct 27, 2008 8:09 AM
I had to crop the picture so it would fit on here. I will send you the original so you can see where I am talking about...
Added by Nique on Oct 27, 2008 7:49 AM
Actually the office didn't know if she had a marker. They showed us where she was on their map, and did say she was above Charles Leake. We found him, and there is an empty space. My mom said she didn't think there was a marker because she was told Norma was buried with someone. However, cemetery says she is by herself. We also saw some of those markers that were buried. We didn't have time to stay and dig. We had to be somewhere by a certain time.
Added by Nique on Oct 27, 2008 7:47 AM
I just wanted to say Thank you for your attempt to locate he grave of Norma Lear. We went this weekend to find there is no marker to mark her spot. She is near the fence. I did get a picture of the area. I appreciate your attempt.
Added by Nique on Oct 27, 2008 6:58 AM
|Gwen Miller||Ina Cawley|
Thank you again for all your help and the additional info. I am not sure if Wanda is buried in California at this time.
|Gwen Miller||Lester Cawley|
Thank you so very much for your time and effort to get Lester and Ina Cawley's grave stones for me. Lester was my uncle on my mother's side and I really do not have much to remember him by and this at least gives me something. Your email address (2your rescue) says it all. Thank you again.
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