|Sue D (#47110141)|
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|I have been interested in genealogy for many years, and have worked on it as time allows. I am so glad I found out about Find A Grave. This is a great website that offers an invaluable way to document information for future generations.|
I research these family names: MARTY, WURDEMANN, CATTAU, ZITTERICH, GERMAN, SCHAECHER, and SCHMITT.
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|Dennis J. Bender||Francis Orange|
You are correct. I don't how I did that but I will correct it. There are also some other mistakes I made in this family. Thank you very much for the correction.
Find A Grave#47094234
Christ Lutheran Cemetery shows a Infant son.
What did you what me to do with this? I could not find a stone at the time. I am going back to check because I found one early spring that was not even listed. Stone Hard to read.thanks
|Beryl Redfield||Ivy Myrtle Thompson Wyckoff|
Thanks so much for taking the time to photograph the grave. It is very much appreciated!
|Shirley Bradley||Photo Request - Dixon|
Hi Sue - thank you for the great photos you added to the Dixon memorials. Appreciate your time and work!
|jspowell||Lola King Crist|
Thanks so much for adding the Photo of the Crist stone.
Added by jspowell on May 30, 2016 12:18 PM
|Juanita Chrz||Zelta Irene Rex Norton|
Thank you so much for the wonderful picture. I really appreciate your help. Juanita Chrz
|Linda Marsden Thomas||Thanks so much!|
Wow, it is fantastic to have a picture of Martha Hunt Hart's headstone. I have wanted to have this for such a long time being that I am in Texas.
Were there any other Hart family members buried next to or close to her?
It was lovely to wake up to Success! notifications in my inbox this morning. Thank you so much for the lovely and dramatic photos of the Stuckeys' headstones. They really look fantastic framed by a twilight sky. Thank you for adding these photos. We appreciate your kindness.
Thank you so much for the three headstone photos along with submitting corrections to Bamford Harold's memorial. There have been a number of transcription problems with Bamford's documents and it's lovely to see some physical proof of his name. In addition, I'm thrilled to see active volunteers in Unionville, home of my great-great-grandparents and many of their descendants. Thank you!
Thanks for posting your original snap of the headstone
Added by archtype on Oct 23, 2015 7:19 PM
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