|Marie Figura (#47496791)|
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|Jill Blalock Jones||Ronald Bartelmey #68963228|
If you are interested in information for the captioned person above, I can give you some. I was married to him.
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|Kevin Ratkovich||RE: Request to copy image|
Thank you for your rapid response and permission. I appreciate it greatly. Have a wonderful week.
|Kevin Ratkovich||Request to copy image|
I am requesting to copy the image of Auguste Gierke's grave maker # 68963370. She is my 3rd great grandmother.
Thank you for your time,
|Harlan M. Zeinstra||John Schuldt|
Thank you so much for the photo of the tombstone at Green Hill Cemetery. It is greatly appreciated.
|Leta Koll||RE: Edward Meinzer Phot|
All the Meinzer's buried in Oakland Cemetery in Fort Dodge, IA are listed at the Find A Grave site. Here is a link: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GSiman=1&GScid=95685&GSfn=&GSln=Meinzer
Cemetery record show there is no headstone for Hugo Meinzer. The other memorials all have photos of their headstones posted on the memorial. If there is any thing else I can help you with, let me know. Leta
Thank you for the links
|Baxter B. Fite III||RE: Henry Clay Baker, Co. A, 86th Illinois|
Marie, Thanks for the additional information. Just wanted to say THANKS AGAIN for all you have done and for all you will yet do for Find A Grave. It is GREATLY APPRECIATED!! Sincerely, Baxter
|Patricia Hampton||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for the tombstone photos for Ada Kolles and her parents, Josiah and Anna Fadden! It is so much appreciated!! Pat Hampton
|Baxter B. Fite III||Henry Clay Baker, Co. A, 86th Illinois|
Dear Marie, I can't begin to Thank You enough for getting those pictures of the tombstone of Henry Clay Baker. I have been tracking down the 992 men who served in the 86th Illinois since 1985. To date, with the help of so many people, I have located the burial site of 868 of these men. Through the years in my travels I have done my best to stop, find and photograph as many of those grave as possible. But, I have always known that I would never see the all and most likely would have hundreds that I would never even see pictures of. Then I found out about Find A Grave, In the last two years, thanks to many wonderful Find A Grave volunteers, LIKE YOURSELF!!, I have seen pictures of about 200 tombstones that I had little hope of ever seeing pictures of. Thanks so Very Very Much for what you do. It is GREATLY APPRECIATED!!
Now about your pictures....You took a photograph of the back of the BAKER stone which has the name MOLDESTAD on it. Did you have to make note or to photograph any other graves around that big family marker? Were there members of the MOLDESTAD family around the stone? The only thing I can figure at this point is that Henry Clay Baker did have two daughters, Laura and Mira. Perhaps one of them married a MOLDESTAD and perhaps they are buried on one side of the family marker. Did you also happen to notice if Henry's wife was buried next to him? I am not certain where she is buried and I can find no listing of people buried in the Redwood Cemetery except for the Find A Grave lisings. Thanks again for all you are doing. Baxter
Thanks for the Richard Wyffels picture. I appreciate it.
Added by Steph on Nov 06, 2011 8:52 PM
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