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Bobbi (#47356408)
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Bio Photo I live in Boise, Idaho and am slowly creating an extensive tree for my own family. The research fascinates me and I find my interest in history rises to a new level when I can place my own ancestors in different eras. I know it's the same for most researchers and I know how exciting it is to find that little elusive tidbit of info that sheds new light on what might have been a dead end. I think headstones are a very important part of a person's profile. They are the last photo for any person and are always, at least in my mind, peaceful. My own father is buried in Dry Creek Cemetery just 3 miles from me and it is my favorite. I come away from any photo trip feeling serene and thoughtful and hope that the pictures I can provide will help others in their research, help them find closure or anything else they may be looking for.
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Waldi Bloom
Gertrude Irine Morse Addington
She was my grandmother on my dad's side. Somewhere between Morse and Addington we was married to Carl Abbott. They had a son and daughter, my dad Carl H. Abbott and my aunt Marie Swearingen.
Added by Waldi Bloom on Aug 31, 2013 5:19 PM
Gail L. Hannah
Hampton Family Cemetery
I noticed you took photos in Madison County, GA of above cemetery. Did you take all visible stones that day? May I ask how you came upon this small cemetery? I am hoping to get Moore photos from this same place.Thanks, gail
Added by Gail L. Hannah on Apr 07, 2013 6:29 PM
Alane Beck
Theodore and Vesta Hopfenbeck
Thank you, thank you for the picture of their cemetery headstone. I really appreciate your doing that for me and also am surprised by how prompt you are. It seems I just requested the photo and I received the response from you.
Thank you again,
Added by Alane Beck on Nov 04, 2012 6:56 PM
Jerry H.
RE: Minnie Nauerth
Julius Nauerth born in Germany was the second husband of Minnie Jane Garrison born in Baker, Ore.

Minnie's first husband was Louis Byron "L.B" Baker (1856 in Ill. -1903 in Boise Idaho)

Thanks, Jerry
Added by Jerry H. on Oct 01, 2012 2:45 PM
Cindy Cornwell McCachern
Thank You
Thanks for the photo of Angeline McAchern's grave marker.
Added by Cindy Cornwell McCachern on Sep 26, 2012 4:30 AM
Have A Heart
Henry E & Jean M Cormack Bielske
Thank-you for the photo. It's appriciated.
Added by Have A Heart on Sep 09, 2012 3:44 PM
Julie Bennett Coleman
RE: Diffendaffer graves...
Bobbi, thanks for posting more Diffendaffer marker pictures!

Added by Julie Bennett Coleman on Aug 14, 2012 6:15 PM
Roscoe Snow
Thank you so much for adding the pic of his memorial stone to his Memorial page. Have a wonderful Day.
Added by Ruth on Aug 12, 2012 2:07 PM
Steven C Easton
Thankyou for helping me out. I needed it! Susie
Added by Suzie on Aug 11, 2012 5:57 PM
Julie Bennett Coleman
RE: Diffendaffer graves...
Thanks for your help! No hurry!

Added by Julie Bennett Coleman on Aug 11, 2012 5:09 PM
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