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|Susan Hunt Williams||Joscelyne Gravestone|
Hello! Three years ago you took and shared a photo of my ancestor's stone. James Joscelyne and wife, Rebecca. I'd like to think I thanked you. Maybe you had a private e-mail available at that time. I do appreciate this. Thanks.
Would Edna's mother, then, have been Annie?
Thank you for your help!
P.S. - Will try to find out how close she is buried to Albert Stetson.
Added by Chloe on Sep 09, 2014 7:14 AM
|Kari Olson||Solon True headstone|
Hi, Love the photo and hope you wont mind my using it on my family tree. I give credit to photographer.
|Joyce Niswander||RE: Rubetta W Biggs|
You are welcome. I uploaded pics for all the family members that were with this family stone. i did some edit emails. More to come if I find info.
|Christopher Ware||Sophrona Hare|
Thank you for the photo!
|Marilyn Kenyon, Psy.D.||Utter Headstones|
Thanks so much for the great work locating the Utter headstones.
|Joseph Heath||Bartle Graves|
Thank you so much for taking the pictures of the Bartle graves! I really appreciate it!
I fulfilled your photo request. I also added another picture. Their grave is near the Vanderbilt Mausoleum so I took a wide shot of the grave to include it. You can delete it if you don't want it. Have a nice day.
|Linda C. Driscoll||Mabel & Nellie Horto|
Thank you very much for photographing these memorials. They were part of a sensational murder case, which can be found online. It was quite interesting. I am researching the husband's family. His parents lost 8 children within a three year period to small pox. After reading the case, I have no idea whether W. F. Horton was guilty, or not. Very interesting reading, though, and learned a lot about both families.
The first article I found was here:
And there were articles several times/week from that point on until W. F. was found innocent, as described in the Dec 24th edition of the paper.
Thank you again,
|Lloyd Castner||RE: Herbert Hardie|
Thank you for taking a photograph of Melva and Hubert Hardie. Melva was a "real find". I did not know where she was buried.I have added that information to the family tree and Find A Grave. I have made a photo request for Melva so you should be able to add your photograph. Thank you very much. It is individuals like you that motivates me to take tombstone photographs in my area of Nebraska. Thank you again
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