|P.K. Hydrick (#47415095)|
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I live in Southern Routt County, Colorado in northwest Colorado. I accept ALL Routt County requests when traveling is acceptable. Sorry, but I cannot accept winter requests (Oct-May). |
I will accept outside of Routt County if a planned trip to that county is in the works. I usually check Find A Grave before traveling.
I am also a Southern Genealogist, researching HYDRICK, HUEY, SMITH, DOBSON and many more families from the Southern States. Please feel free to contact me.
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That's awesome! I appreciate another family historian who takes photos of other cemeteries even while traveling. I am indeed a lucky girl that you captured the images requested while inventorying that particular cemetery. Have a great weekend and stay warm! Helen
Added by Helen on Feb 08, 2014 3:10 PM
I just wanted to let you know how very much I appreciate the images of John & Ellen Frank's headstone yesterday! Are you in the South at this time? I saw on your profile where you live far away from Tennessee. The images are greatly appreciated. Warmly, Helen
Added by Helen on Feb 08, 2014 2:26 AM
|Eugene Glenn Stackhouse||Odd Fellows Cemetery|
Odd Fellows Cemetery is defunct. It no longer exists.
Gottcha! Yeah, I see a slight resemblance in the face, cheeks and such. Strong boned German stock, I guess. :o)
|pennyks||RE: Mary E. Smith|
Added by pennyks on Mar 26, 2012 8:09 AM
|Sandra Barkley McCollum||RE: Thomas Smith|
I am not sure about a broken marker, but we will be back near that cemetery soon and I can check. What name should be on the marker?
We found Ellen Smith, Thomas Smith, and Madison W. Smith all in a row. They are almost hidden by some shrubbery behind them. I think I remember another marker to the right, but it was hard to read. I usually take some water and a towel so I can gently clean a dirty stone and read it, but we forgot to take it this time.
Let me know who to look for and we can check.
|Richard Rhode||John Henry Heyer|
Thank you so much for taking the photo. I appreciate your effort and kindness. I have taken volunteer photos myself, so know what a task it is. Nice job.
|Jen Baldwin||Leonard Ruder|
Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph the headstone of Leonard Ruder for me. I very much appreciate your efforts!
Thank you so much for taking pictures of my Hight relation. I thought maybe no one ever goes there! Thanks so much for all the work you did for me and others!!!!!!!!!!
|Gigi M. Jackson||THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!|
Dear P.K. ... oh my gosh! I never really expected anyone would make it up to Sheephorn Cemetery ... I was so surprised to find that someone actually got a photo of Henry French's headstone at Sheephorn Cemetery. Many times .. Thank you!!! I have an aquaintence on Find A Grave living up in Colorado doing a lot of cemetery work ... he and I had been in touch and he was planning a trip and was thinking of seeking out Sheephorn and getting some photos of the cemetery. I set up the cemetery and all the interments there at Sheephorn (32 of them) on Find A Grave ... eventually I hope to make it up there from Texas .. maybe next year and take pictures of the whole cemetery. I really appreciate your efforts. Henry French is very special to me and I had been working on his life history since 2003 .. him and his wife Mary French .. she is buried elsewhere. How was the cemetery? How hard was it to find and get to? Thank you again.Sincerely, Gigi
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