Thank you so very much for putting the very nice photos on the memorials listed below. So many others will benefit from your act of kindness. Wishing you and yours A blessed day.
Camarine Aplin, Franklin Aplin, Ray Anderson, David Bailey, Isaiah Acevedo, Claude Anderson, Elizabeth Allcorn, John Allcon, William Alexander, Helen Alexander,
P.S. I have other requests in this cemetery that someone else claimed and never fulfilled, I was waiting to see if you did them to thank you for these.....
Added by Thelma on Oct 27, 2012 10:04 PM
I had already taken a photo of this marker before the requests were made and I got it uploaded this evening.
Added by SaraPar on Oct 01, 2012 9:11 PM
|Ralph Harris||Russell & Velma Porter|
Thank you so much for the great photo for Russell & Velma Porter. It is very greatly appreciated.
|Alaina Wolter Lyseth||RE: Mathew Bullis|
Your ancestor Mathew Bullis was very active in Sandstone history. Do you have much information or pictures you would want to share? I collect local Pine County history.
|Stormie Reed||Watt Smith|
It was a pleasure to be able to get the photo of your great-great grandfather Watt Smith headstone. I also posted a photo of his wife's Margaret and another one for Nancy Smith. There are several Smith's headstones in the cemetery, if there any others that you might like or need just let me know and I will take my cleaning supplies and camera and full fill your request as these headstones are very old and in another 10 to 15 years will no longer be readable.
Yours, Stormie Reed
|Pat Kinsey||Lutelus James Haile|
Thank you SO much for taking and posting the picture of the stone of Lutelus James Haile and wife Priscilla Record in the Dumas Cemetery.
This is a wonderful service to others and you are appreciated!
|Ann Pronger Wells||Harrison grave stone|
thanks my family information is growing
|Ann Pronger Wells||photo of John Harrison|
Thank you so much for the photo of the John Harrison grave marker.
He is my first cousin and I am working on my family genealogy
|J Martin Graham||Tama Hickey headstone photo|