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3DJEEP (#47254171)
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Bio Photo I am a retired auto worker in central Illinois. While working on my family tree I found out about Find A Grave And it seemed to be a good fit. I joined and started to do photo requests. It was a good fit because Find A Grave helped me with my family tree and my family tree helped me with Find A Grave. I enjoy getting out in the cemeteries walking about the head stones and I get a good feeling when I can full fill a photo request for someone. I know it helps them because my family comes from Iowa and Ohio so it helps me when a volunteer takes a photo for me. Thanks to all the volunteers and if I get a chance to help you I will be very happy to do so.

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Glenn Fleming
RE: Max Darling
Hey Dennis,

No problem.I will get a better stone picture.I was so sure we had all the Darling's that as I was walking thru to do the update I just snapped a picture figuring we had already taken one.Health problems in the family have kept me from doing a lot.It is harder to get out and about when your taking care of loved ones.

Best regards,

Added by Glenn Fleming on Jun 29, 2015 5:05 PM
Glenn Fleming
Max Darling

I have been out to the Atlantic Cemetery trying to update the Cass County Genealogical Society's cemetery book and ran across a Max Darling & wife Marcia.He was the son of Walter & Charlotte.Memorial #148255498.Hope all is going well with you.

Best regards,

Added by Glenn Fleming on Jun 26, 2015 10:44 PM
Linda T
Milt Darling
I'm the great granddaughter of Milt Darling. Family story has it that Milt was out playing cards when his wife, Viola, gave birth to twins, one of whom died. I hope this is helpful.

Any info you have on the Pralls or Darlings would be greatly appreciated.
Added by Linda T on May 24, 2015 7:13 PM
Glenn Fleming
RE: Darling Atlantic Cemetery
Hey Dennis,

Not sure if he was a twin but I will try to find out.Could you please refresh my memory as to where Milt & Viola are buried.I can't find them.

Added by Glenn Fleming on Aug 14, 2013 9:41 PM
Glenn Fleming
Darling Atlantic Cemetery
Hi Dennis,

I was taking pictures of some Prall's yesterday in the Atlantic Cemetery and among them was Baby Son of Milt & Viola Darling.I made a memorial and added a picture.115379434.

Best regards,

Added by Glenn Fleming on Aug 13, 2013 12:13 PM
Franz Eisenbacher
Would you please remove your picture for Franz Eisenbacher memorial 80792354 as this is the wrong tombstone. The one on the site is of Hilda.
Added by ROBBIE DECKER on Jul 25, 2013 5:59 PM
Charles Gay
RE: Wards
I think we are good!! It matches with the years I have for Elizabeth, Chandler's wife. Thanks also for taking all of the other Ward photos. They all belong to Alsinus's family. I just had not gotten to that point, and wouldm have been looking for them next. Thanks, Chuck
Added by Charles Gay on Jun 18, 2013 6:23 PM
Linda Linn
William Fox
Thanks for taking this photo. We appreciate it! Linda
Added by Linda Linn on Jun 12, 2013 7:00 PM
Dorothy Loebig picture
Thank you so much for taking this picture for me! It means more than you can imagine as we cannot travel to see it in person.
Added by Jennifer1327 on Jun 12, 2013 6:54 PM
D Bennett-Jónsson
James Barnicle
Thank you very much! Deb
Added by D Bennett-Jónsson on Jan 06, 2013 3:11 PM
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