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|Patticlogger||Spring Creek, Atkinson Twsp|
Hi, I have a question for you. You have 4 gravestone entries for the Spring Creek Cemetery in Atkinson twsp, Henry County, IL. Is that a big cemetery?
I am DESPERATELY trying to find Rosaltha Bliss Taylor who I believe died in Henry Co. (prob Geneseo) in 1913, too early for state required records. There is no record of her in Oakwood Cem, where her parents are buried (with no stone). The family moved on to west central Iowa. Rosaltha is a DAR link for me and I just cannot find her! Any help would be appreciated.
thanks, Patti Low Patticlogg@aol.com
|K. Roberts||Oakwood Cemetery|
Noticed that you took a photo of Eleanor Goshorn. I've had someone ask for George Goshorn marker photo. Would you happen to have it?
|Teri Patterson||re: Thank you|
Thank you so much for your recent photos on behalf of our family research. We truly appreciate your time and effort!
Teri and Chuck Patterson
|Gerald Gernant||Geneva and Wilber Decrane|
Thank you so much for the photo of their grave, Deeply appreciated.
|Baxter B. Fite III||RE: 2nd Lt. William H. Hall, Co. D, 86th Illinois|
Thanks Paul. I look forward to learning more about the Hall family. Thanks for all you are doing for Find A Grave!! It IS Greatly Appreciate!! Baxter
|Baxter B. Fite III||2nd Lt. William H. Hall, Co. D, 86th Illinois|
Dear Paul, I just wanted you to know how much I appreciate your taking the time to search out an photographing the tombstone of William H. Hall in Oakwood Cemetery in Geneseo, Illinois. This is another of the many stones of veterans of the 86th that I had little hope of ever seeing in person and only slightly more hope of ever even seeing a picture of. Then I found out about Find A Grave and all of the wonderful volunteers, LIKE YOURSELF, who take their time to search out and photograph tombstones for other people. In the two years I have known about Find A Grave, I have seen pictures of more than 300 tombstones of veterans of the 86th Illinois that I knew that I would Never Even See A Picture Of. Unbelievable!! Thanks for all you have done for Find A Grave, For all you will yet do for Find A Grave, but mostly Thanks for giving of your time to get that great photograph of the tombstone of 2nd Lieutenant William H. Hall, of Co. D of the 86th Illinois. Sincerely, Baxter
P.S. I added a site for his wife, Noami F. (Brush) Hall, who I believe must be buried next to him. I added a request for it as well. If you get the opportunity to claim it, I would love to have you photograph it as well if that is possible. I would also be interested in knowing what other members of the Hall family might be buried nearby. His mother and father, John G. Hall and Jane Hall may be buried nearby as well. Thanks again for all you are doing. It is GREATLY APPRECIATED!!!! Sincerely, Baxter
|Ken Nagel||Lyle Henry|
Thank you so much for the beautiful photo of the headstone.-Jeanne Nagel
|Gerald Gernant||Gene Minnaert|
Thank you Paul for sending the fine picture of Gene Minnaert's grave.
|GJOT||AYRES & HILL tombstones at Oakwood Cemetery, Geneseo, IL|
Just wanted to thank you for completing the memorials at Find A Grave with the various tombstone photos you contributed from Oakwood Cemetery, Geneseo, IL. Your overview photos were very appreciated as well as the various extra ones. Would be interested in your permission to use the photos for personal use, giving you the credit. Regards, Gloria of PA (email@example.com).
Added by GJOT on Jun 02, 2011 4:43 PM
|J F-B||Lawbaugh Photos|
Thank you so much for so promptly fulfilling my requests for these photos.
Seeing the actual grave marker allowed me to verify the correct spelling of the last name and make correction to dates I'd previously posted for both John and Margaret.
Your help has been invaluable!
Added by J F-B on May 28, 2011 9:14 PM
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