|Laura Whistle Cates Duncan||Gorham, Illinois|
I'm trying to locate all graduates of Gorham High School in Gorham, Illinois (I'm a grad - class of '76)
I just now located Alice (Born) Nelson...do you have any knowledge about a Doris Born Lindsey or Kathryn Born Schiimpf??
|John Schmeeckle||Young gravestone photos|
Hello, I'd like to ask permission to use your photos for William Young # 76569288 and his wife Susan # 76569192 -- I want to add the photos to their profiles at wikitree.com
|Judith W. (Family Finder)||RE: Josiah Williams|
Thank you so much! I appreciate any information you might find about Josiah. I just learned that he was a son of Daniel and Mary Williams. I have been researching this family for years and had no clues about Josiah. Thanks!!!
|Judith W. (Family Finder)||Josiah Williams|
Thank you so much for taking the photo of Josiah Williams' stone. It was very clear, a lovely photo. If you should know anyone who might be able to tell me more about Josiah and his life, I would greatly appreciate it. He is supposedly the oldest son of Daniel and Mary Williams of Shelby Co. IN. We have no information about him.
Again, thanks for you help. I appreciate it!
|Carol Nettles||Mahala and Davidson Smith|
Thank you so much for taking the time to visit the Mifflin Cemetery and photograph the headstones of Davidson and Mahala Smith. It means a lot to me, and I appreciate your efforts on my behalf.
Thank you for fulling my request for the Faull photo!
|Loren Bender||Delbert Carey|
Thanks for taking the time to take a wonderful photo of the final resting place of Delbert Carey. Have a great day!
|LadyBonita||Photo of Franklin Adams|
Thank you so much for the photo of Franklin Adams headstone. I really appreciate it.
|Kate||Wearne's in Linden Cemetery|
Dear Sgt Nelson,
I am so grateful to you for fulfilling my request (sent from Australia!) for photos of Richard and Honour Wearne, John Wearne, and Sophia Wicks' graves in the Linden Cemetery (Linden). They are direct relatives of mine who sailed from Cornwall, England in 1848 in search of a better life on the other side of the world. Richard's son (also named Richard) returned to Cornwall in 1855, married and set sail for Australia, which is how I came to be - and why I have "met' you!
Many, many thanks - it is wonderful.
Added by Kate on Feb 23, 2013 5:23 PM
|Tom Budden||Berning Tombstone Photo|
Thank you for David's Tombstone photo
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