|Beth Lerman (#47306098)|
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I have been playing at researching family for many years now. Cline, Witter, Fredrick and Mabbitt on my father's side, and Sharps, Gaston, Hart, Smith, Collins and Cunningham on my mother's side. A good bit of what I now have is thanks to others who have graciously shared their work with me. It delights me to be of help to others through Find A Grave, since it is a small repayment for the great info that has been passed along to me.|
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|cryptkeeper||Ertel Head Stones|
Thank you for both of the Ertel Headstones.
|Penny Palmer||Earl Arbogast|
Thank you so much for the photo of my ancestors headstone. I really appreciate it! Have a great day!
Thank you so much for the photo, Beth!
Added by Rob on Nov 12, 2010 7:07 AM
|carolyn hill||Michael Allen|
Beth, Thank you for adding Michael Allen's headstone photo to his site. His brother, Thomas K.Allen is also on find-a-grave. Now both of their headstones are there for other family members to view. Thank you again it was very touching to see what you had done. Carolyn Hill
|Thomas Lucente||Thanks for the photos|
Thanks for filling my photo requests. It is much appreciated!
|Donna (Green) Rodgers||Gregory G. Green Photo|
Thank you so much for the photo. I really appreciate your help. God bless you.
Thank you so much for the photo. It is great. I very much appreciate your help.
Added by aumbre on Nov 11, 2010 7:07 PM
|Frank Marrone||William Buchanan|
Thank you so much for the Photo of William Buchanans Grave!
|Liz Freeman||Fredrick & Casners|
We just happen to climb the same 'tree' ever now and again. The Casner's out of Yavapai County, AZ are on my maternal side of my family and married into the Fredrick line. A few years back when I was doing all the research on the Casners (they hid around every bend in the road, under every rock they crossed, behind every tree) and moved so much they were one difficult family to trace. When part of them migrated from OR in to AZ in 1872, they turned to trying to make themselves upstanding citizens. As I did the research and found graves of related lines, I tried to post the information I had located. Hopefully, 50 years from now the lines won't be so difficult to trace.
|Liz Freeman||Fredrick Family|
I have added the names of the children. Thanks for providing these.
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