|Dennis and Carrol Freed (#47291241)|
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|Gwen Evans||The Evans's grave photos|
Dennis and Carol, I can't believe that I was able to see my mom and dad's graves online. I was so surprised. And I was even more surprised when I found out exactly who had posted them! My deepest gratitude for your kind way of remembering my parents. I know your parents have made their final journey and I send my deepest condolences and sympathy. Again, thank you so much.
I am in search of Lorenzo Dowell Casebeer and wife Catherine ? Their daughter Mary Francis Casebeer was my gggrandmother who married Alkanah McKinney. I know that they lived in Champaign, Illinois. Mary died in Knox Indiana and is buried there. I found him in one census under the name Dow. IF you happen to have any info on him, I would appreciate your help.
Susan McKinney Zingrich
Added by SuZ on May 23, 2013 2:12 PM
|J.A. & D.S.||Hello from Florida|
Hope all is well and you had a nice Easter.
Wishing you the best for the Spring.
(ilovethehyenas - Google email)
My aunt's maiden name is Casebeer. I'm now documenting her side in our family tree. You've done a great job maintaining and linking the various Casebeer sites. It has helped me greatly. Thanks.
check out the book "Hills of Hope " on Our Roots site on page 404. you will find William and Eleanor!!
Added by Alison on Jun 06, 2012 7:00 AM
I am Rauf's aunt. It was so nice to read your post and to know he is still remembered. We still miss him everyday. I agree, he was much too young. Just for your information, his father, Billy, just recently passed away.
Added by wanda on Dec 29, 2011 6:36 AM
|J.A. & D.S.||Louis Henry Diefenbach|
I was visiting the memorials of our ancestors the Diefenbach, and saw that you transferred the memorial for Louis to me. I don't know what to say. I will do my best to manage it as best I can. I have recently gotten in touch with a cousin, who's mother called Henry Diefenbach's daughter Mary J. (m. Spriggs), her grandmother. I am trying to gather as much info as I can. Trying to find out if it is accurate. I will keep you updated, unless you wish I do not.
Thank you again for being so gracious with the info you had and the transfer. That was a big surprise.
Have a happy Holiday Season.
|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Jacob Casebeer Photo|
Thank you- glad to have helped. I was making a trip down there anyhow to photograph stones of my family so I thought I'd try and help someone else as well. The camera I have causes each photo to be anywhere from 4-5MB each, so I have to reduce them a great deal before I can upload them to this site to meet the 350KB so I'm glad that the quality is still okay. Some of the stones are hard to read on a good day but we actually had a break in the weather this week.
|I Remember When||RE: Thomas Freed|
I was more than happy to do it. You have put some really nice photos on many of your listings. It really makes them come alive in our minds eye. Whatever information you could find makes them more real to a person looking at their page. I would suggest that with your other pages, either look up or send off for obits to add to the pages. Info Info Info