|Jan Armstrong||Gravestone picture|
Thank you for the gravestone picture of John H. C. Fizer in Alloy, West Virginia.
I appreciated you making the time to get the picture.
I'm glad to send your kin back to you to maintain. I hope you'll add the data you sent me as it gives her a rich story and keeps her with your family.
Added by LSP on Dec 11, 2014 1:06 PM
Thanks for the response, I see you took a separate photo of Greta and I appreciated that. If the family left the flowers I understand, however they do block the inscription. I appreciate you taking that extra photo. Maybe that is the answer, since they are artificial flowers, remove the flowers until after you take the photo. There was another one in the Fling family that was the reason I wrote, I can't remember which one, it had blue flowers across the headstone.
I always leave flowers at all the memorials I visit. It is my way of letting them know that even in death they have been remembered.
I do really appreciate all the photos you have taken and the time you volunteer for Find A Grave.
Have a great Thanksgiving
|Angela Brown||RE: Infant Clevenger|
Glad to hear from you, was thinking about the Clevenger baby just the other day. Don't want you to think that I am not going to respond to your question...it may take me until after the fast approaching holiday to get back to you. I have a lot of notes to go through. Angela
Thank you for posting the photos that you have and saving history. Would you mind not placing flowers in front of the headstones and covering up the front of the stone.
|Angela Brown||Infant Clevenger|
John D and Barbara (Chrislip) Cleavenger had an infant who passed away on 01 Oct 1872 in Gilmer Co WV. Siblings of this child could be David John Wesley Clevenger 29 Dec 1865 - 16 Jul 1881, Rosalpha A (Nettie) Clevenger 08 Feb 1866 - 15 Dec 1950 and Jemina Catherine (Clevenger) Wheeler 01 Sep 1869 - 02 Oct 1958.
|David Reese||William Stevenson Memorial|
Thank you for the great memorial photo!
Thank you very much for returning to the Riddle Cemetery to take some more photos of the Springston/Brooks tombstones! I really appreciate your time and effort. John Calhoun was a brother to my great grandfather.
|Jim Reaser||Edits: Wilsons|
Thank you very much for your edit suggestions on the relationship of Virginia, Hannibal T. and Mary. The changes has been made. I just forgot to link them together on Find A Grave. I appreciate your help as always. Please let me know if I can be of an assistance in any way.
|MDG||Henry M. Wilson|
Henry Wilson has been transferred to you. You certainly have done a wonderful job with the photos, linking family members and bios. I'm glad Henry is now in your care. Melinda Gilbertson
Added by MDG on Sep 07, 2014 3:19 PM
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