|Don Sharp||Walker markers|
Thank you for fulfilling my photo request. many thanks for your time & efforts...GREAT JOB!!!
|Mary Lou McCormick||James Franklin Mole and Cora|
Thank you very much for the great headstone photos you took for James and Cora and also for providing me with the correct cemetery where they are buried.
Thanks so much for including the photos for Cora.
I really appreciate your help, Thanks!!!
|ForeverRemembered||Joseph Leroy Robertson & Floy Delk Robertson|
Thank you for the great photos! :)
|Laura Tully||Clyde and Mary Thompson|
Thank you so much for the photos. I really appreciate it.
Thank you for taking the photo for Raymond Forker. I appreciate that you included his wife in the photo, I wasn't sure that she was buried there.
Added by Kerry on Jan 04, 2017 10:16 AM
|Anonymous||James Donaldson photo|
Thank you for the effort!
|Laura Tully||Jesse Edenfield Thompson|
Thank you for the photo. I noticed a big "blank" spot beside her which probably should belong to husband Charles (1873-1921) who isn't listed in that cemetery. At least it provides her exact date of birth, which makes her almost exactly 9 months older than the next child born after her. She had 13 siblings that I know of. 4 older and 9 younger. One of her sisters, Mary Elizabeth Edenfield (1880-1965) married her husband's nephew John Thompson (1874-1935) who are both buried in Madison, FL. Thanks again.
|Laura Tully||Harold Edenfield Thompson|
Thank you for trying to find his marker to photograph. In case you visit that cemetery again, the memorial page shows his location as Plot: Cemetery: GREENWICH Section: 11 Block: K Lot: 7E
|Robert C. Peurifoy||May Patterson|
Thank you for fulfilling the photo request. We were there on vacation three years ago, and of course had to see the cemetery. As always I took pictures. Was fascinated at how many I found which had not been documented. Somehow I missed her marker when taking everyone else.
|Amy Suzanne Martin||RE: please do not delete|
Linda Wallis email@example.com has claimed it, she has been in touch with me over the past few days. She described the location/condition of the plot and told me she checked the original burial records (not the database) and confirmed there is a record, even though his name was misspelled in the database. Many thanks!!!!
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