Thanks so very much Kay for going to the Martin, Hogan, and Long Burying Ground to photograph the grave of Civil War soldier John Windell. It was truly appreciated! Peace, Sara
Kay, I have transferred your mom to you.
Please accept my sincere condolences to you and your family.
I knew your brother, Woody, many years ago when we worked together at the old JayC Food Store.
Hi Kay, I just want to thank you for taking the time to go to the New Amsterdam Cemetery for me and photographing Rebecca Cunningham Woodwards tombstone for me. This site and the effort that volunteers like you put forth is invaluable to me in my research. I sincerely appreciate it! My best, Sara
|Marlene Peace||RE: Phile Pease|
This is also my husband's great great grandfather, my husband's father was Charles E. Pease, and his father was Victor E Pease which was Washington Pease's middle son. I am doing a genealogy on the Pease family and would like to contact you. firstname.lastname@example.org I have gotten quite a bit of informationon the family.
|Karen Sipe||Mary Jane Richardson 66282956|
Thank you so much for taking time to obtain and post the nice photo of her headstone. It has been very helpful.
|Paula Fair||Robert Long|
May I have permission to upload the headstone photo of my ancestor, Robert Long #68468832 and post it on my Ancestry.com tree?
|anita yoder dusseau||Ada Bloyd Perkins|
Thanks so much for the picture of Ada Bloyd Perkins tombstone!
|Debbie (Niepoetter) Laverty||Jacob Bottles|
Thank you for finding Jacob Bottles tombstone for me.
Thanks again for taking the time to find Sylvester. The gravestone is my only source of "more precise" birth and death information. As you probably know, the "soldier" in his epitaph refers to his civil war experience.
Added by JobyObee on Jul 19, 2010 7:29 AM