|Sharon Leon||Rachel Magden headstone photo|
Hi - You have her middle initial as "E." on Rachel's worn 1855 headstone, but it was actually a "P." The lines at the bottom of the letters on that headstone make it resemble as "E." Rachel was a niece of Mary "Polly" (Fox) Reynolds, who was the last wife of my GGG grandfather John Reynolds in Wayne Co., NY. Sharon
|CABrown||RE: Noah Thornton|
You're welcome. It makes me feel good when I can fulfill a photo request, and when I hear back then I know that it was really wanted. Thanks
Added by CABrown on Nov 09, 2013 4:56 AM
|Debra (Hart) Blackgrave Tyre||RE: Robert & Mary (LeFurge) Boyd memorial photos|
Thanks for the notes on the Cushman family; have added to the memorial for others who might be looking.
:) God bless!
|Debra (Hart) Blackgrave Tyre||Robert & Mary (LeFurge) Boyd memorial photos|
Thank you so much for the great photos for Robert & Mary's memorials. They look wonderful!
|4th Michigan Infantry||RE: Alexander & Anna Foster|
You are very welcome.
|4th Michigan Infantry||Headstone photo|
Thank you for posting the photo of the headstone of William Chase for me. I really appreciate it.
|SHARON SUSKA||Wedemeyer photos|
Thank you for the photos and your time posting these.
|SLW||RE: Gordenier comment|
Thank you. I added your info to the memorial.
Added by SLW on May 10, 2013 7:53 PM
I received this message today from you, via SAC:
"This is Harry Gordenier - not Henry Gordenier."
I would like to take a moment to respond. Yes I was raised in the 1950s by parents who taught me not only manners, but to treat others as I would like to be treated. When I find an error on a memorial I write a note to the creator similar to this:
"Thank you so much for creating this memorial for my family member. The marker is difficult to read and you may have thought it said Henry, but it really is Harry. If you would please take a moment to change it I would appreciate it."
I not only took the time to walk the cemetery, photograph the headstone, and create the memorial, but I also called the church to double check the name before I added it, because it was difficult to read. I called them again today and was told I could see the record on line here:
http://www.dearbornsacredheart.org/parish/mtkelly/past2.html and it does say Henry. So maybe you need to get the cemetery records corrected if you have documentation. Till then I will add a note that it may be Harry.
Added by SLW on May 09, 2013 7:55 PM
Thank you so much for taking the time and trouble to get the photo, I truly appreciate it!
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