|Rachel Francis (#47491536)|
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I have a passion for not letting anyone be forgotten. I love doing the research and going out and finding the graves for families. I will work hard to find the person you are looking for.|
***Any of the pictures I take people can use for their own family trees or whatnot. I don't mind. ***
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|Liane||photo requests @ Roy|
Thanks for accepting these photo requests, I am not related. I would like to encourage you to get photos of other memorials in the Roy cemetery that do not have them as it would make the trip more worthwhile than just doing 5 photos.
Added by Liane on Apr 02, 2013 8:53 PM
Easter Blessings, In His Love.
|Ed Kosary||RE: Trinidad Lujan|
Your welcome, it was my pleasure.
Please feel free to use the photos for any family research projects or to share with other family(friends).
|Whispers From The Grave||RE: Rosa Sheer|
You're welcome. Rosa is my relative too. I took that picture in 1999 but I couldn't find where I had put it. I found an old scrapbook the other day and saw that I had put it in there. I was glad to find it because I thought I had lost it! It's the only copy I have and now Rosa's stone is gone. I think it sank into the ground. :o(
|Time Jumper||Hood Family|
Rachel, would you pleases link Reginald 70084645 and Aubrey Lee Hood 70084629 to their parents, John W. and Rachel Ann Hood [Kuykendall] 70084607, or grant me the power to do so.
|Sue Lilley||Adelphia Markward|
Please note folling message and move the photo to the correct memorial.
The bottom photo on #65041049, added by Rachel Francis, is in the wrong memorial page. It's the photo of the plinthe monument script: "Adelphia wife of J.Markward" which belongs to #65040084, Adelphia Florence White Markward. I could see the misunderstanding with the two Adelphia's buried there.
|CCSN54||Live Fire & Cultural Resources|
I too am part of the military family and live less than 50 ft from the fence surround the west side of Ft Hood. Thank you for providing info to those that request photos on Ft Hood. I am working with the Cultural Resources as my father's family, the Grahams and all those others that connect have given me fodder for a book for my family, especially since my dad passed away last year.
I'm amaze at all the history I've come across and since I'm taking photos of family headstones, I began offering my services for findagrave.com.
Happy Huntin' Carolyn
Added by CCSN54 on Jul 15, 2012 2:22 PM
|Ruby Lee Spencer||Willie Penny Cornett Williams|
Thanks again for a job well done. I love them very much. respectfully your friend email@example.com 47230178
|Ruby Lee Spencer||Jim Williams|
Rachel thanks for getting Jim Williams's headstone for me. The pictures were great. respectfully your friend firstname.lastname@example.org 47230178
|Joan Alexander||RE: John Kendrick|
Several months ago, I went to the Mitchell Cemetery in Greensboro on a Find a Grave trip, and took some Kendrick photos...
Just today while volunteering at the Glover Historical Society, while searching for a photo someone had requested, I ran across a tintype labeled "John Kendrick"--I recognized the name and scanned it, and tonight went back into the Findagrave website to see the John Kendrick at the Mitchell Cemetery...I didn't recall that there were three different John Kendricks there!
This tintype was found in the collection of a Borland family of Glover, and Glover is a neighboring town of Greensboro, but I have no idea which John Kendrick the tintype pictures, or, of course, if it even is one of those Johns, though it does seem likely.
Is it anything you would like to see? Do you have any photos of any of those John Kendricks?
Just let me know if you would like me to email you that scan of the tintype.
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