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loonyrich (#47313486)
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Bio Photo Researching surnames White, Honeycutt, McKinley, Fincher, Moody in south Arkansas and Simpson and Adkins in Texas.
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 • 129 Memorials Added
 • 126 Memorials Managed
 • 299 Photos
 • 5 Photo Requests
 • 22 Volunteer Photos Taken
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Gay Hobt Morton
CSA soldiers
Thank you so much for the photos to help provide proof of burial for the CSA soldiers buried in Chattanooga Confederate cemetery. It will help so much with the registry of CW graves at the East Tennessee History Center.
Added by Gay Hobt Morton on Dec 20, 2015 11:11 AM
Louise Caroline Warber photo
There is no headstone for Louise Caroline Dobberowsky Warber on the WARBER DOBBEROWSKY plot - the cemetery transcription done in 1942 did list a headstone for Caroline Warber 1847-1922 along with Charles Warber 1848-1924, Clara Warber 1880-1897, William Warber 1877-1920, Elizabeth Warber, wife of Gerhardt Schweitzer 1881-1939, Fredereka Dobberowsky 1816-1888, and Ludwig Dobberowsky 1815-1896
Added by BDA on Sep 10, 2015 2:20 PM
Sharen Taylor Griffin
RE: M J Simpson
Glad to be of help. Thank you!
Added by Sharen Taylor Griffin on Aug 10, 2013 11:21 AM
Sarah Locklin Taylor
Eva, Edna and John Wesley Mixon - Glenville Cemetery
Hello loonyrich!

WOW!! Thank you ever so much for fulfilling my headstone photo requests for Eva & Edna Mixon and their father, John Wesley Mixon, at Glenville Cemetery. I am so happy that their markers are in such good condition for their age. I had fears that they would not be at all legible. You did such a wonderful job of photographing them. I am thoroughly pleased with the outcome of my requests and your work. I greatly appreciate your kindness and the generosity of your time in visiting the cemetery, photographing their markers and sharing your photos to their memorials. My family is going to be thrilled to see them as well as future generations of our extended Locklin family. You're a kind soul.

Best Regards,
Added by Sarah Locklin Taylor on May 18, 2013 6:07 PM
Jean Harville Wilson
Thank you for the picture.GOD bless you!
Added by Anonymous on Jan 22, 2013 5:41 PM
RE: Mary Honeycutt photo
You are so welcome! I agree, volunteers have certainly helped me a great deal!
Added by deltabelle on Jun 01, 2012 4:19 PM
RE: Butler photos
You are most welcome. I hope they help in the research.

Added by Carol on May 16, 2012 10:36 AM
RE: Honeycutt photos
It is my pleasure! Portland is a lovely cemetery, and I have finished photographing the entire cemetery. If you need more photos, just request, as I do try to get the requests submitted first.
Added by deltabelle on Mar 21, 2012 8:03 AM
Mentor a Child
RE: Thanks
Thanks for the message.

You are welcome.

All the best,

Dan V.

Added by Mentor a Child on Jan 28, 2012 3:44 PM
Thomas Arden Hendley
Thank you so very much for going out to the Smelledge Cemetery in Boma, Putnam County, to take the photo of Thomas Hendley's gravestone. You were kind enough to post the Hendley family historical marker which you found across the street from the cemetery as well as a gravestone for Arden Hendley. I am still soaking in all the genealogy information on the historical marker. I really appreciate all the trouble that you went to.
Added by Lynn on Jan 19, 2012 2:40 PM
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