|S Ross||Anna Hines|
I got your edit for Anna. Let me know if you want a transfer, as I am only a photo volunteer and not related. Sheri Ross
Added by S Ross on Dec 08, 2014 7:07 AM
|JanFamily||May and Charles Johnson|
I am sorry, but I can't provide you with any information on May or Charles Johnson. I photographed some gravestones at Forest Lawn cemetery in Three Oaks, Michigan and two of there children were among those buried there and I traced their parents, just for completeness.
|Sudsy60||Memorial #136265099 Unknown Gidmer|
A question regarding the name on this stone was posted on the Prussia Roots Mailing List. I spoke with Pastor Hoehler at St. Paul's Ev. Lutheran Church today. He said the burial register lists the surname as GIDKER child of J.V. and C. The birth and death dates listed on the memorial are correct. Please correct the surname and add the mother's initial C.
Added by Sudsy60 on Oct 06, 2014 6:25 PM
|Stanley descendant||Thanks for photo|
Vernon Raymond Hencke stone photo. Thank you for taking the time to photograph the headstone for me. Very appreciated. Thanks again.
|Susan Ing||RE: Steve Gerlach|
Thanks again for that. He was a wonderful classmate and died a horrible death. He did not deserve that at all. He will always be missed.
|Susan Ing||Steve Gerlach|
What a treat to finally have Steve's marker photo. High school reunion is in a month and there will be some who won't even know he passed. He was such a wonderful person and will be missed by everyone in our class.
Thank you for noticing the duplication. Since the other memorial is older and especially since it has more links, I will let them know the plot # and delete mine. Thanks again!
Added by Sue on Jul 21, 2014 11:04 PM
|Ray Henry||Kalbfleisch obituary|
Thank you so much for sharing the Conrad Kalbfleisch obituary.
|Pam Acquaviva Kalbfleisch||RE: Kalbfleisch memorial photos|
A happy surprise, indeed! I am not certain of where these Kalbfleisches fit into my family tree - or I into theirs - but it made me smile to learn our forebears might have known each other "way back when". It's such a small place to be such a big world. :)
|Pam Acquaviva Kalbfleisch||Kalbfleisch memorial photos|
Thank you for taking the time to photograph and post the pictures of the John Conrad Kalbfleisch family memorial. I truly appreciate it!
Pam Acquaviva Kalbfleisch
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