|Lori LeMay (#47798221)|
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|richard dermer||Alex Burbach|
Dear Lori - thanks for uncovering his tombstone - all your work on this one is esoecially appreciated!
Previous email should have been addressed to Lori - my apologies
|richard dermer||Louis Sindelar|
Dear Lon, thanks so much for the photo - I do appreciate all your work.
|Heartwings||Pauline Schwartkopf Baby|
Thank you for taking the time to photograph this headstone. It means so much to see it. Thank you for your generosity of time and caring. It will long be remembered.
Lori Thank you so much for the photo which may be the only way I will ever see the stone since traveling is hard. What you do for find a grave is awesome. Again thank you. Karen
|Joe Nihen||Jacob Ellinger|
I appreciate the time and effort you took to find and photograph the grave of Jacob Ellinger. With the information on the stone, I was able to determine that he is the man for whom I was searching.
Thank you for helping preserve the memory of the 208th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry.
|Stone Branches||Delbert Emerson 77676539|
Thank you for searching for Delbert's stone. I believe this is my first cousin and have sent a notice to the individual who placed the memorial. Hopefully, I will get some answers to this mystery.
|Byron Wolter||Chris Brinkman|
Thank you so much for the photo. It confirmed that he did have a second wife Susanna whom he married in the 1920s. His first wife Alpha ended up in Washington state.
|Kate Welch Denney||Bayard Cemetery, Bayard, Morrill, Nebraska|
Thank you so much for the tombstone picture for Alva Sikes. Your efforts are greatly appreciated.
|richard dermer||Rafael Castaneda|
thanks so much for the photo!
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