|Julia Harris (#47064841)|
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|Joy||RE: Rhoda and DeWitt Henderson|
You are most welcome. It was my pleasure.
Added by Joy on Jun 22, 2015 10:06 AM
|Larry Parker||RE: Barclay J. George and Sarah Harris|
I'm glad you like the photo of Barclay and Sarah George. I should have posted the source in the photo caption. I did that now. The source was https://cabinetcardgallery.wordpress.com/tag/barclay-george/
|Tex&Texie||RE: Nazario G Lopez|
You're welcome, Ms Harris. It was indeed a great cool and mostly sunny day :-)
|Marla||Leopold and Marie Blecha|
Thank you for retrieving the photo for me and entering on it their memorials-very much appreciated!
Added by Marla on Feb 03, 2014 2:00 PM
|Dianne Stoddard||Cornelius Harris|
Thank you for your dedication in finding and photographing this headstone. You're doing a great job. Dianne
|Nbowers||RE: Emma and Charles Watkins|
You're very welcome. We found a good day, just before snow came!
Added by Nbowers on Jan 21, 2013 5:20 PM
Do you have any other photos of the Hockets? I really do appreciate seeing these photos.
|Dann Mullen||Howard & Letha Marriage Photo|
Thank you for adding the marriage photo to Letha's interment page. I think I'll keep the obit photo on until someone adds a better close up photo. Would you please add it to Howard's interment page as well. Is it okay for me to save the photo file to my PC?
Howard and Letha are my grand uncle and grand aunt. Howard wss my Grandpa Mullen's twin brother, Lester. I met Howard and Letha only a couple of times, as my grandparents lived in Eastern Idaho near Shelley and they lived near Red Oak, Nebraska. The first time was in September 1960 near Lebannon, Kansas, for a Mullen reunion and the second time was in August 1965, when Howard and Letha traveled to our farm (my parents lived on the same farm) near Shelley for my grandparents' fiftieth wedding anniversary. I remember my grandparents taking Howard and Letha along with myself into Yellowstone National Park. I remember Letha was very slow walking on the wooden trails around the geysers and hot springs, and commented about the altitude being so high there from what it is in Nebraska.
I think I found Letha's obit in the Obituary Collection in Ancestry.com. If you want me to transfer the interment to you, I can do that if you want me to. You may have been closer to her than I was.