|Tonna ||Mary Doran|
Thank you for listing the headstone of Mary Doran. I really appreciate it.
Added by Tonna on Jun 25, 2015 6:29 PM
|Roxanna Mills||RE: David and Jennie Shepard|
Yes, I found David in Pueblo, and was hoping to confirm that he was my Great Grandfather, and this was just another piece of the puzzle. I also requested the obituary which may have some confirming information of his parents, as I am trying to backtrack through generations to prove links for Daughters of the American Revolution. This Jennie is not my great grandmother, he was married to another Jennie first. It is so exciting to find this. Thanks again for all your help.
|Roxanna Mills||David and Jennie Shepard|
Thank you so much for the photo for David and Jennie Shepard. It was very thoughtful of you and I appreciate it greatly!
|pamela (taylor) lane||ola smith|
Thank you so much for the photo of ola smith grave. She is my grandmothers half sister. My mom has never seen her grave we live in Oklahoma. So thank you again for your time and help it really means a lot to are family. If you ever need something from okla whould love to return the favor. thank you Pamela lane
|Sheryl Vanlandingham||RE: Johanna Krumanocker|
I will be happy to.
|Sheryl Vanlandingham||Johanna Krumanocker|
I have been there 2 times looking I think I have just about pin pointed the location. This section of section 24 is the commons which mean there are no family plots so checking for who else is in the plots makes it very difficult many of the stones are turn over or unreadable. I turned some over and cleaned them up but havent found her yet. There is a woodman of the world base close to the area where I am searching but the top part is long gone so there is no name on it. I am going back tomorrow to check one more time.
Thanks so much for the photos! I appreciate your kindness in doing this for me.
Added by Rosalie on Apr 02, 2015 7:06 PM
|K. Medved||Earl Pribble|
There is a picture on this memorial that you put for a Charles Shive that you might want to remove. Kay
|DBLee||Haile Talbot Cemetery|
It appears that you have created memorial #49805044 for Arthosea Lee at This cemetery. I am curious if this could be "Arthusia Carter Lee" who was the wife of James Hill Lee. James is buried at Loutre Island Cemetery in Warren county. I haven't been able to find Arthusia, and this looked like a possibility. Do you have any further info?
Thanks for any help you may be able to provide.
Added by DBLee on Jan 19, 2015 4:21 PM
|Charlene Gadomski||Thank you|
For taking the picture of Joseph Inmans head stone.
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