Thank you so much for all of your time and hard work that you have put into this (Find a Grave) web site.
May God Bless you and your family.
Thank you so much for taking photos of my Ladd family grave for me. I really appreciate it so much. My great-grandmother was very important to me. I was blessed to have her in my life until I was 15. Thank you!!
|Marvin & Samme Templin||Gleadell Tombstones|
Thanks so much for getting these tombstone pictures for us, we appreciate your help.
|David Easter||Easter family headstone photos|
Thank you so much for the great photos. I really appreciate your speed and the quality.
Again - Thanks!!
|Charles Moore||RE: Moore Marker|
send me your reg email or alturnate I can send infor Charles Franklin's brothers and sisters. Yes i had stopped at Mike's to see if you were his daughter. We probably me when you were just a kid..or give me a call I think I sent the my number. Thanks Charles
|AngloFreek||Tudors in Waugh Cemetery|
Thank you so much for trying to find John and Margaret Tudor in Waugh cemetery. It's unfortunate that they apparently have no markers (or the markers have gone missing). One very good thing, however, is your statement that the only Tuder stone you could find was a Lucinda, wife of John. This Lucinda and John were the parents of the John that I was looking for! John's death certificate lists them as his parents, but calls his mother "Lucy." No wonder I haven't been able to find her in the censuses! Thanks for you help with this!
|Sherry Patterson||John Binegar|
Andrea, Thank you so much for the picture. May I use it in my Ancestry online account. Sherry
|GLENDA EISENHOUR||Jacob Todhunter photo|
Andrea, thanks so much for this photo. Amazing that it's still in such good shape after all this time. I really appreciate your help.
|Melissa Moritz||Thomas & Sarah Jobe|
Thank you so much for the photo you took! It's greatly appreciated!
|Mike Brown||Sautter genealogy to 1550|
Thanks for writing! I descend from your ancestor Lucy Wipert's sister Margaret. I have a gold mine of Sautter history here for you for the asking -- the line unbroken back to about 1550 in Germany. Just let me know where I can send it to you!
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