|Dale Adams||RE: Ft Lyon Claims|
thanks. got them posted. Sorry to hear about the cancer.. keep the faith. be careful weather tomorrow.
|Dale Adams||Ft Lyon Claims|
The claims you made for Ft Lyon, I already have the pics of the markers.
The requests were placed so that I could post the pics. Thank you
|The Irish Lady||Orr headstone pics|
You took some family headstone shots around Prowers and I wondered if I might use the pics in my family research? Gail
I would like to thank you for taking a picture of my grandmother's grave (Joyce Black). It means the world to me that you would go out of your way to do this.
|American History Teacher||Fitz Randolph or Randolph|
Sherry, When you looked for Randolph Family in Sheridan Lake did you look under Randolph or Fitz Randolph. The name was originally Fitz Randolph and they may have stones there under that name. Thanks for your help. Richard.
|Treva Poe||Orr gravestone in Fairmount Cemetery|
You kindly photographed the gravestone in the Fairmount Cemetery earlier this year for Robert and Elsie Orr. I have just learned that it is thought that the inscription for their son Wilburn Lloyd Orr is on the reverse of their stone. His ashes were spread on the graves.
Would it be possible if you happen to be at the cemetery again to see if perhaps you can take a photo of the inscription presumed to be there on the reverse.
I have created a memorial for him #62581750 and placed a photo request. I would certainly appreciate your consideration of this favor.
|Catherine Rohrbach ( Moser )||A Big Thank You!|
That is a very nice stone,
We found the Hall Cemetery today. Walked through and looked at all the stones. Did not find any that were even close to Settles, Settler, or Settle.
Sorry . . . .if it is there, we sure didn't find it.
Added by Suz on Mar 18, 2010 9:44 PM
|Lori Oschefski||James Thomas Rule|
Thank you SO much for the photograph of James Thomas Rule's grave marker. My family will certainly appreciate this.
Thank you for the photo of the tombstone for Elsie and Robert Orr, my aunt and uncle. Your consideration and contribution is very much appreciated.
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