|Angela (Hart) Masterson||Talitha or Tabitha Elizabeth "Betty" Byram Long|
Thank you so much for adding my Great-Great-Grandmother Talitha or Tabitha Elizabeth "Betty" Byram Long's headstone. I had seen a picture on Ancestry, but this picture is so much clearer that I can read the words on her headstone. Again, thank you for your time and what you do!
Sorry for to message but I left off who I was thanking you for and that was the pictures you took of Laura Hodges.
|Ronda Bearden||Thank you,|
I know there was pictures there already but I thank you so much for taking the time to get some that show the head stone more clear. It means a lot to me thank you.
|William Lake||Elisha Mayfield Headstone Photo|
I would like to say thank you for taking the time and effort to make the photo of Elisha's headstone available to myself and others who research the Mayfield families. I believe Elisha and his second wife Catherine to be my great great grandparents. Catherine's grave has not yet been located but it is such a plus to have a photo of Elisha's headstone. The headstone also gives the dates of his birth and death which were not previously known. Thank you!
|Ruth Ann Hicks Berry||Christina Anne Hicks, Spring Creek Cemetery, Calico Rock, AR|
Thank you so much for taking your valuable time and resources to get this info and picture of Christina's headstone for me. I so appreciate what you are doing for people like me to help in ourresearch. Have a really good day, knowing you have helped one more person.
Thanks so much for the wonderful photo...I truly appreciate your time and trouble!
Added by bstahl on Sep 13, 2014 5:07 PM
|Beth Isbell Francis||RE: Chinquapin Cemetery|
|Beth Isbell Francis||Chinquapin Cemetery|
Thank you very much for the headstone pictures of Harrington, Frances and Bartlett Stroud. I was wondering if it was okay to post these pictures on my ancestry.com tree? I will give you credit for the pictures.
Thank you, Beth Francis
|Armand Smith||Thank you very much|
My Great Grandmother was Cora Sipe born in 1896 in Izzard County she later moved to Texas.
Thanks for getting this great photo. Amazing and sad these 3 relatives of her were killed at the same time.
Thanks again and if you can help get other photos of Sipes in that cemetery let me know.
Coras father was the sheriff of Izard County at one time. Any help would be appreciated.
815 546 4188
|Joe F. Moore Jr.||Moser Sipe Graves|
Thank you for going out of your way and finding the graves of my ancestor's Burrell and Catherine Sipe Moser and other graves. I really appreciate it very much. It will be a tremendous addition to my family tree research. With an increase of health in the future, maybe I can go visit these places. It is beautiful country there.
Joe F. Moore Jr.
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