|Michelle Hamlin Peterson (#47364888)|
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I'm a wife and mom who loves photography, traveling, DIY projects, thrift shopping, baking, entertaining and much more. My family and my church is my life. I've very excited to help others out on Find A Grave!|
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Thanks for taking the photo of Earl Wayne Haley
|DC Christensen||Thank you!|
Michelle, thank you for searching out and posting the grave stone for Marigold Langer and her mother, Pauline Holtzclaw! Very much appreciated!
Thank you for posting the photo to the memorial. It looks nice!
Thank you for taking a pic of Grady's headstone.
|juana manzana||thank you|
Thank you so much for taking the time and trouble to photograph my husband's relatives' grave. I really appreciate it. We live very far away. J
|Cheryel and Larry||Marie Simrell|
Sorry about that last message my boyfriend didn't log off his other account and I sent that message before I realized it but thanks again!
|UNDER GR0UND||Marie Simrell|
Thank you so much for the transfer of her memorial, have a good night!
|Shelly||RE: Teter Cemetery|
I haven't heard from you so I'm going to assume you mean the Teter Cemetery which is located on farm land. This one is not easy to get to. It is located on farm land but was deeded to the county many years ago. We went through the cemetery commision to obtain permission and once granted we contacted the owner of the land that (prior to being deeded to the county) the cemetery rests on. He was very kind, understanding and helpful. We set up a date and time and we met him in his driveway. He has already talked to the neighbor who graciously allowed us to drive over his farm property (it was fall and corn season was over and had already been cut down). You drive quite a ways back on this person's property then when the woods start you park your car and then you walk the length of the woods until you reach the cemetery. Lots of mud, bugs, deer droppings, etc.
If you are interested I will see if I still have all the information I used to obtain permission, etc. and I can pass it along to you.
Just let me know.
Added by Shelly on Aug 14, 2014 10:39 AM
|Deby Beran||James M Mollenkopf|
Thanks so much for the photo, Moolenkopf was my grandmother's maiden name and I am tracing them back. So far so good!!
|Deby Beran||RE: MOLLENKOPF|
There are lots of Mollenkopfs, so any in the same cemetery are probably related somehow.
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