|Dick Greenlese (#47509669)|
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Born in Toledo, Ohio, living in Columbus, Georgia the past 26 years. Retired from Woolworth Corp. where I worked in management in Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, Virginia, West Virginia, Alabama and Georgia. Married to my beautiful wife Kim, enjoy playing golf which my father John taught me and working on family history. |
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|Debbie J||RE: kenton ky|
Added by Debbie J on May 18, 2013 12:19 PM
|Cathy C.||Thank you!|
I had a brother that was born and died 10 yrs before me. He was buried in GA and I live in TX. I was curious to see if there was a photo of his gravesite and sure enough, you posted one. Thank you so much for doing that!
Added by Cathy C. on Feb 07, 2013 2:36 PM
|Nancy Hart||Holiday Greeting|
Thank you. What a nice message to start my day. Happy Holidays to you and your family.
thank you for the holiday wishes. I wish the same for you and your family. Be safe and warm. Linda
|Vikki Lawlor||RE: Michael Joyce|
My apologies, just saw this. Yes please. Many thanks, Vikki
|Gloria Kidder||Sulphur Springs Cemetery, Scioto Co., Ohio|
Could you please tell me where Sulphur Springs Cemetery is in Otway or Youngs???
I have never heard of it. There was a Sulfur Springs Church that originated in Kentucky Sulphur Springs and carried that name to all the other churches in that organization; but it is known as the Youngs Station Cemetery.
|Luie||Arthur and Elois Woods, Ft Michell Cemetery|
Thank you so much for trekking around Ft Michell Cemetery and for taking such nice pictures of Arthur and Elois' markers. I really appreciate your taking the time to do this. :)
Added by Luie on Nov 04, 2012 5:58 PM
|David & Gail Ray||Ft, Mitchell National Cemetery|
David & Gail
|Cynthia Beahn Stevenson||Hope Greenlese|
Little Hope Greenlese's headstone is no longer on her grave (if there ever was a headstone ~ not sure), but she was laid to rest in Mount Peace Cemetery in Section B 13 Lot 24. This is a photo of the pin marker where Hope Greenlese's grave should be. Cindy
|Jerry Walker Merrell||Jon Jaxon Kilgore|
Thanks very much for speedily taking the excellent photo of Jon Jaxon Kilgore's grave marker.
Jerry Walker Merrell
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