|Lawrence Peters||Matthew Peters tombstone|
we (my wife Sue, me-Lawrence, ands my sister Katherine Peters) are very surprised and very happy that now all of us see our "uncle" Matt now has a tombstone;
Oh thank you, thank you Very much for this, we do appreciate this.
and my older Brother
|Sharon Palmer||James Stites|
Thank you for the permission, wish all Find A Grave members were so gracious as you. Sharon
|Sharon Palmer||James Alfred Stites|
I am asking permission to use the headstone picture that you took of James Alfred Stites.#75629220, on my tree in Ancestry. Thank you. Sharon
|Mike Hughbanks||Oliver Hughbanks|
Thank you for doing everything you can do to find this gravemarker. You're time is appreciated very much.
|Neil B (John 3:16)||Pat Burns' online memorial|
Sorry for the delay in my response. You posted the photo back in April.
Thank you for taking the time out of your schedule to visit the cemetery and take the photo of the headstone for this online memorial. Your time and effort is greatly appreciated!
Thank you for attempting to obtain a photo of Charles Headstone. I was surprised that he didn't have one since he was in the military. Your efforts are greatly appreciated.
Added by pj01cj02 on Dec 20, 2014 1:57 PM
|Anita Dennis||Robert Moore Biggs|
Thank you for adding the tombstone photo! Would it be possible to rotate it to vertical???
|B.J. Nelson||Anna Johnson|
Thank you for the photo. I'm trying to find my husband's grandmother. I noticed that the marker has her death in 1934 but the memorial has 1943. The memorial is probably wrong. I know that my husband's grandmother was alive in 1940 so this lady is someone else. Thanks again for the photo it eliminates one more Anna Johnson. Her husband was a Presbyterian minster and moved around from South Dakota to Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado. I'll just have to keep looking.
|Sherry Ross||Sturdevant photo|
Thank you so very much for the lovely photo.
|Joe Thurstenson||Keith Bentz grave marker photo|
Thank you for taking the time to get this photo for Keith's memorial. Your work is greatly appreciated and so helpful when we are so far away from the site. Keep up the good work.
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