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Hi My name is Lloyd E. Smith My wife Charlene and I live in Livingston County, Illinois.I retired last May so I spent one day a week taking pictures of grave stones and now that winter is here I make the Memorial pages with gravestone pictures.|
I have a sickness that is called Genealogy I don,t think there is a cure for it. It does help me to handle it if I walk and take pictures in cemeteries and help other people with thier research
My Angel Charlene went to Heaven to be one of God's Angels on March 25 2009 My Angel's ashs are still with me but our grave marker is in the Griffith Cemetery in Fayette County, Illinois I miss her so much Love Always until we meet again your Loving Devil
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ThANK YOU? LLOYD?
|Mike McMullen||John Fulton|
You are on top of your memorials, taking pictures, creating, answering questions and transfers! With this latest effort the whole family will be connected and documented.
Such a shame when people push over tombstones.
|Mike McMullen||Fanny Fulton|
Thank for the nice headstone and tombstone photos. A memorial always looks more complete with photos. With you work I was able to have the correct spelling for her nick name. Did you notice if her husband John (My GGGG Uncle) was buried next to her? He was born abt. 1844 in Ireland and died before 1910?
Thanks for the effort,
|Gail Davis||Mock Photos|
Thank You so much for the great photos. I appreciate it so much.
|Jan Dishon||Hamilton Tombstones|
Thanks Lloyd for the photos.
Will you keep your eyes opened for either William Moore or Eunice (Townsend) Moore when taking photos.
I think Eunice was born abt. 1830 and died before 1878. I can't find her on any census in 1870 so think she probably died before then. She wasn't listed in the Livingston County History published in 1878.
Probably Livingston County, maybe even Pontiac. She was married in Livingston but it doesn't say where.
|William Croghan||Thanks so Much!!!!!!!!!|
Thanks so much for taking so many pictures....it is truly appreciated!!!!!
|Jan Dishon||O'Brien, Russell and Leonard|
Thanks for the photos Lloyd. I have made the additions and corrections to their memorials per tombstone info.
Thank you so very much for taking the pictures of the gravestone of J. G. and Sibylla Stadler. I really appreciate your help.
Added by Susan on Jul 19, 2014 10:56 PM
I think you have covered almost everyone I have been searching for, thanks for all of your help, it is greatly appreciated. How do you find all these headstones so quickly?
Added by Doogie on Jul 19, 2014 9:01 AM
Thanks for putting picture of stone up - this should answer the question that I was asked. Lois
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