|K. Parker Williams (#47063673)|
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I began studying my family's genealogy in 2008. Through this hobby, I discovered findagrave.com, which has enabled me to find graves of my ancestors without extensive travel.|
I have started to help others with their genealogy, and hopefully can assist in finding gravestones of their family, friends, and memorials.
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|Steven M||Rodney H. Smith (#126268581)|
Thanks for the photograph.
Added by Steven M on Jun 06, 2016 5:49 AM
|Cindy (Walker) DeJarnette||RE: Marion Hinkle|
You are very welcome. I enjoy doing it and helping out when I can.
|LKTL||Lida May Burhoop|
Thank you for finding out about Lida's cremation. I've listed that information on my ancestry.com information to let other's know about where her ashes are and that there is no mention of her on her husband's headstone. I appreciate all the work that volunteers of findagrave.com do to help with my genealogy.
Added by LKTL on Nov 10, 2011 10:25 PM
Thank you for the headstone photo of Anthony Ginsbach. I appreciate the time and effort! I was wondering, is this a photo of the entire stone or just a portion? If just a portion I would appreciate a photo of the entire stone as well. If you would like I could reqeust another photo and then you would also get credit for it too.
Added by dells on Nov 03, 2011 7:25 PM
Thank you very much for your effort to fulfill the photo request, and your note regarding no marker in place.
DiAnn (Find A Grave Member #47175115)
Added by DiAnn on Oct 27, 2011 6:36 PM
|PattyB||Daisy Peyton Derby Black|
Thank you so kindly for taking the photo of her stone at the US Military Cemetery, West Point. Bless you.
Added by PattyB on Oct 03, 2011 9:30 AM
|24th Infantry Division TAPS||William A. Patch|
Thanks from the photo
|24th Infantry Division TAPS||DeWitt Clinton Armstrong, III|
Thanks for the photo
|Chris Easton||Col. Langdon Chevis Easton|
Thanks so much for the headstone picture. Langdon was the son of Rufus Easton, the first Post Master General and judge in the Louisiana Territory (St Louis) appointed by Thomas Jefferson. Rufus' family, including Langdon, were all very capabile persons and contributed significantly to the management of and founding of the State of MO. His brother Alton (the first white American born in the Louisian Territory) had also made Breveted General during the Civil War, his sister and her husband (Sibley)founded what is now Lindenwood University, and he joined his other brother Joseph in 1868 in founding the Joseph Easton & Co. Banking house in St Louis. Langdon was Sherman's quatermaster gerenal thoughout "Sherman's march to the Sea".
Thank you for adding this piece of their history
|E.S. Hinckley||Crosby Miller|
Thanks so much for the photo of veteran Miller's stone, it is greatly appreciated.
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