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My name is Julie & I currently live in Montana. My husband just retired from the USAF. I, too, am an USAF Vet. I am a Gulf War Vet too. I found this website when out of the blue wanted to see if I could 'visit' my Mom in Mesquite, NV. I am now a volunteer photographer for this site & already received requests & posted some photos! It is extremely interesting & like being able to help families with information. Bonus! My husband and/or daughters travel with me and it is a great way for some family alone time with me(especially since they are teenagers now)! |
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Old Highland Cemetery
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|Tom Duncan||Turnbull headstone|
Thank you very much for posting the headstone photos for the Turnbulls, I very much appreciate your time and efforts.
|Maryann Tanner||Ludwig Berkland|
Thank you so very much for putting the photo of Ludwig's memorial up, it is so very much appreciated!! Thanks again!!!! Maryann Tanner
|Clarice Brown||Margaret Ladner|
Thank you so much for the photo!
Thank you again for taking Dowlen's a picture of Dowlen's headstone. This service sure helps when one can not do it personally!
Thank you and your hubby for your service to our country!
(Marine Mom 2 times)
Thank you for taking the time to photograph and post Lois's plaque.
|Susan Mitchell||Hester and Bruce Talcott|
What a nice. Picture. Thank you so much.
|Char Carroll||Jerry Weeks marker|
Thank you taking the photo of Jerry Weeks marker.
|Shelley MacDonald Harris||Claudene Wick|
Hi Rob! Thank you so much for the photo. My sister asked me once, why would anyone want to look at people's graves? For me, it's simply a matter of connecting the dots, eh? Claudene was no direct relation to me, but, after losing 2 wives so soon after each marriage (first wife died in Sand Coulee at age 24, after 3 years of marriage, with typhoid fever; 2nd wife died after one year of marriage a few months after birthing a boy) in 1925, Grampa Wick found Claudene. He had raised his two little girls (my grandmother was the eldest), buried his son by his second wife at age 2, and the girls were married by this time. He fell in love with Claudene, and they lived so happily together for the next 23 years. My grandmother, Grampa Wick's eldest daughter by his first wife, always spoke so highly of Claudene. Grampa Wick said in a letter in 1955, "In 1925 I was married to Mrs. Claudene Peters, a widow from Spokane, and we lived together for nearly 23 years. She was a wonderful woman, and we had a nice little home and we lived in peace and harmony, and when she died it was a great blow to me."
I have not been able to find much information about Claudene's ancestry, but finally found her burial location. I thank you for this photo, as it adds another piece to the family puzzle. She brought great love and comfort to my Great Grandfather, and was loved by all the family. I was not born until 1948, so i only knew her thru my Nanny, but remember well sitting on Grampa Wick's lap and looking at his great shock of white hair and listening to his sweet Norwegian accent. I love this great jigsaw puzzle of family history.
Thank you again. I'm sure this is more info than you ever wanted to know, hahaha!
Thank you especially for you and your husband's service to this country. May God richly bless you and your family. Two of my boys are USMC.
With kindest regards, shelley
Thanks for looking for Alice in Great Falls! And thanks to your family for service to our country!
Added by mcphail on Aug 30, 2012 6:01 AM
|ZenPanda||Old Highland cemetery|
Please send me an email. I can get you some help for the ones you have not located.
My email address is on my profile here.
Added by ZenPanda on Aug 25, 2012 11:16 PM
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