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Connie Spicher (#47412171)
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Genealogy Girl
Edward Franklin Turner
Connie, thank you for adding the headstone picture for Edward Franklin Turner. Your time and effort is greatly appreciated. Have a blessed day.
Added by Genealogy Girl on Jan 28, 2014 7:23 PM
Kari Olson
RE: Vaubel Photos of Headstones
Thanks Connie!I appreciate that.
Added by Kari Olson on Jan 23, 2012 2:56 PM
Kari Olson
Vaubel Photos of Headstones
Hi Connie,
I tried to contact you but am thinking you must not have gotten my email. I would like your permission to use your headstone on my Vaubel relatives on my Ancestry.com tree. I always try to give a photo credit and will do so. Please let me know. Some of these are my direct relatives, ie great grandparents . Thanks so much for all of the wonderful photos you have added to my memorials.
Added by Kari Olson on Jan 22, 2012 11:04 AM
Bluebanana
RE: Carl Detrick
Thanks. I absolutely understand. We're in Connecticut and we've already had our first blast of winter. Some people still don't have power back on after 12 days. We lost ours but hurray got it back after five days! No heat, no lights, no power at all and 6" of heavy wet snow breaking huge branches and downing trees, all before Halloween. So I understand. Do what you can and I will from here as well. No rush. Patience is the middle name for genealogists, right? Thanks again ! I really do appreciate the extra efforts you put into helping like this!
Added by Bluebanana on Nov 09, 2011 4:09 PM
colette harrison
William Fry
If you went to the page I don't have a stone on his page .Just the obit
Added by colette harrison on Nov 09, 2011 5:00 AM
Bluebanana
RE: Carl Detrick
I know, I have been backtracking some of the information and this is pretty interesting. It appears that George Carl has a lot of the information that applies to Carl Curtis, but George Carl married Gladys in 1915 while Carl Curtis married Lola in 1919 and it was not a second marriage - somehow Gladys was attached to Carl Curtis's file. This obviously is going to take some time. Is there any way you can check to see if there is a separate grave site for Carl Curtis? If you find anything,let me know, and thanks for your interest in pointing this out. Just another genealogy mystery to solve! Thanks again Connie!
Added by Bluebanana on Nov 08, 2011 11:51 AM
Bluebanana
Carl Detrick
Thanks so much for your help on this, Connie, in obtaining the photo for us. I appreciate your time and help !!
Added by Bluebanana on Nov 08, 2011 5:56 AM
Linda Mahan
RE: Bordwell family
Once again, thank you for taking the time and effort with the Borwell stone.
Added by Linda Mahan on Nov 07, 2011 8:18 AM
Mary Crabe
Dickson Johnson
Hi Connie,
Thank you for adding the grave stone photos for the Johnson family. I was unaware of the large family maker, it was nice to see it. I hope one day we can visit the grave site of Dickson Johnson, the g-g-g-grand father of my husband.
Mary A. Crabe, Texas
Added by Mary Crabe on Nov 05, 2011 2:20 PM
Linda Mahan
Bordwell family
I am so thankful for Find A Grave volunteers like you. I'm sure the Charles Bordwell you mention would be a sibling to the other children. In the 1900 census their mother says she is the mother of 14 with only 6 living (how sad). I've only been able to account for 11 children, so Charles has to be another one. I've added him to the cemetery. You mention that the stone is worn. I hate to ask, but if you could get dates from the stone, that would be wonderful. The Bordwells are so far down in my family tree that it shouldn't matter, but they have such a sad story. Thanks again!
Added by Linda Mahan on Nov 03, 2011 6:15 AM
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