|Jessica Smith Gladson (#47362088)|
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Where to start, my mother loved to learn about our family history and I always found it to be the most annoying thing! Years later I began putting together parts of my tree that were forgotten by my mother. My husband found this website and we are slowly going to be adding photos and information on the cemeteries in our area. If you have a request, let us know, one of us will be sure to find your grave and send your picture. Today we spent the afternoon looking for graves in the middle of no-where...this is something we both truly enjoy! Thank you!|
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|Paul Downing||Downing Cemetery, Wellington, KY|
Jessica, are you certain Flona Trusty is buried at the Downing Cemetery in Menifee County, KY? My grandmother, "Bett" Wells Downing died in 1950 and I thought she was the last person buried there.
|Karen Bracey||THANK YOU|
Thank you so much, Jessica, for the photos of Bessie and Herbert Darnall's stone.
|Kathie L. Webb Blair||Somewhere near Fort Laramie|
I am looking for a grave that is probably gone by now, although I see that you are exploring in Wyoming area which gives me hope. I'm looking for a relative by the name of Stephen Allen who was originally from New York, b.@1800. He had moved to Wisconsin in 1840, then got the "migration bug" to come to Oregon in the Spring of 1852. He and his wife were "on the plains near Fort Laramie" when he died of cholera. I have no idea where he was buried, except that it is not in Find A Grave files as of yet and may never be. I've already had to "create" graves for a number of relatives who died on the Oregon Trail and were buried along side of it. I've already looked at Ft.Laramie and a couple of cemeteries you have explored (how interesting & dangerous, hope you wear tall boots and carry a long pole so you don't fall into any holes!). Any suggestions? Good Luck and Happy Graving. Take along alot of water because of the awful heat this summer. I'm in Oregon and I think our summer is going to start next week.
With All Sincerity,
Kathie L.Webb Blair, Portland, Oregon
|Garry Sicard||RE: John and Mary Nolan|
I do not know of any Nolan in Wyoming related to John Nolan He had several daughters and one son but his name was Charles. John had a brother William but he was buried in Nebraska.
I have done a lot of research on my Nolan family that came from Ireland in 1835. What I have learned is that there were a lot of Nolans.
|Bill Miltonberger||Don and Pauline Straight|
Sorry for the extremely long delay in response.
We just moved from another town, remodeled,did jury duty and are trying to retire.
Thank you so much for taking the time to get the photos of Don and Pauline.
Don was my grandmothers nephew, and I do not believe anyone has worked much on my grandmotherspart of the family. She was a truly wonderful person.
Thanks again for your help, if you need any photos in Oregon, let me know.
|Raymona||Jessica. Thank you|
so very much for taking the photo of the marker for Rhynie Brockel in Torrington, Wyoming.
You are doing a wonderful service being a photo volunteer. Volunteers have helped me so much here on findagrave. They have gone out of their way for me.
Beautiful memories etched upon our hearts and souls will never be forgotten
Raymona - #47237415
Added by Raymona on Nov 10, 2010 11:26 AM
|Carl Steiger||Hulett Graves|
Thanks for th offer on the Hulett graves. I believe they are buried out in the county on a ranch..I'll try to find out where the cemetery is located and let you know.
|Dennis Lubahn||RE: photo request|
If you are able to find it. Tahnks for all your help.
|DawnN||Doris Nordell Young|
I'd like to thank you for the wonderful photos of Doris's grave and for the effort you made in getting them.
Sincerely, Dawn Needles
Added by DawnN on Nov 03, 2010 3:34 PM
|Annette Gann||Henry Luther Goodenberger|
Thank you so much for the picture of the tombstone for Henry Luther Goodenberger. Your time is greatly appreciated.
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