|Kenneth D. Sell||Stanley L. Krebs|
There are two grave markers for Dr. Stanley L. Krebs on #10395. The photo that you added is for his relocated burial in Forest Lawn Memorial Park. Please label your photo with something like "This marker for Stanley Krebs is in Forest Lawn Memorial Park". You can see, on his memorial, that there is also a photo of his tombstone in Littlestown, PA. It is still there with Marjorie's name on it. I saw it several years ago. He is not there now, she never was buried there.
Sue, Thank you so much for the photo of Big Jack Orrills memorial marker.
thank you Sue for going out and take time and doing this for me thank you again Bobby
Added by Bobby on Nov 17, 2010 4:17 PM
|Carolyn Jane Harrelson Buckley||Esther Graham|
Thank you Sue. You've been a blessing to me and to their children Lezzy and Jimmy who are about 90 years old. I will create one for Esther Graham soon.
You did an awsome job! I will always remember your kindness!
Thank you for the nice photo of Avis's headstone! I really appreciate the time and effort you put in to fulfill my request. Good luck with your family research.
Added by Sparky on Nov 17, 2010 12:50 PM
|Mary Ellen Hill||Frank & Helen Lloyd|
Thank you for the photo. Mary
Thank you very much for the photo of Aleene Martin
|Carolyn Jane Harrelson Buckley||August and Esther Graham|
Thank you kindly for the pics of my relatives Auguest K. and Esther Graham markers. August was youngest son of Abe Graham, aka famous Outlaw, Gunfighter and Sometimes Lawman, "Shotgun Collins" and 4TH wife Tabitha Cox. Collins/Graham (John Collins) rode with Billy the Kid, was hired by US Army as Indian Scout and much more Old West history. August was the only sibling to move to california.
Thank you so very much!
I live in TN. You made my day!!!
Sue, thanks for the photo of Glenn Wallichs grave marker AND for being thoughtful enough to know I'd probably want Dorothy Wallichs too (fact is I didn't have her name until you sent the photos!!) Thank you for the time you spend helping others "find" their relatives.
|Kim Ostermyer||Thanks for Frank Debski's headstone|
Thank you for your recent contribution of Frank Debski's headstone. Frank was a very special member of our family who survived two years in a German POW camp. After exiting the service, Frank felt a high calling and went to California to pursue the ministry. He has been a very interesting person to know about and I am grateful for your help in getting a picture of his stone.
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