|Cory Simons||Permission to Share Photos|
My name is Cory Simons. My mother's maiden name is DeGarmo. I have a lot of family buried in Canaan Cemetery and wanted to know if you would give me permission to post the photos you have taken of various head stones to a family history website called familysearch.org.
|Renea Dunmire||Thank You!|
I appreciate you taking the picture of James Long's gravestone for me. Hopefully I can repay the favor at some point.
|Susan Barwick||RE: Charlotte Kirby|
Thank you so much.
|Donell Moneypenny Henthorne||Llewellyn Buchanan|
Thanks so much for the photo of Llewellyn's stone. I visited the cemetery once but didn't find this one. Greatly appreciated!
|John Leach||RE: Christian Moser|
The Christian who arrived in 1852 was the father, born in 1801.
With him were children John, Christian, Frederick, Jacob, Madelaine, Rosina, and Anna. They arrived in New Orleans on 14 Apr 1852 aboard the ship Arcadia from Le Havre, France.
Most of those names can be found buried with Christian father and son in Hannibal.
Rosina was the second wife of my second-great-grandfather.
Sorry, I meant it to be for Carrie Nichols.
|Christine McDermott||Harry Nichols|
I'm working on family history for a friend and was wondering if I could use your headstone photo for him in her family tree. Thanks.
|Arthur Hepler||RE: Saeah Kieffer Highberger photos|
Both stones are in the Peter Pool Cemetery. They are rather close to each other and in the same row. I have a 79 page Highberger Family History about 1.2 MB in pdf format. If interested send an E-mail to email@example.com
|Michael S. Markwood||Minnie Sines Gregory|
Thank you for taking the headstone photo for Minnie Sines Gregory.
Can you transfer Frederick Kasserman to me. He is family. Thanks again, Susan
Added by susan on Jul 27, 2014 6:12 AM
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