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You are welcome for the photo. It was no problem at all. It is a very pretty headstone. The twig, seen in the lower right on the front side, and the lower left from the back side (multiple stems); is a natural native sage growing there. The front of the stone faces the west and the detailed backside faces the rising sun in the east. A very nice location in the cemetery.
|Pieter Manny||RE: Thank You!|
Bob, I have an idea, hear me out. I always wanted to create a rubbing of my great great grandparents so I
went to the local Stone monument company and asked for advice. Wow, they treated me like royalty. Better people would be more difficult to find. Long and short. I made two of them this morning off of grave marker's very near Edna A Smith. The first was
pretty neat. The second was really cool and now I seem to have it down. I may return to the same cemetery tomorrow if I can scrape the time together. Here then is my plan. If you would like a rubbing of Edna A Smith's grave marker all you need do is
supply me with your physical mailing address and I will do the rest. I realize that revealing your address is a giant leap of faith, but without your address, I am stuck. Soooooooooooo. Give it some thought...P. Manny
|cheri anderton||RE: Thank You|
I was my pleasure! ANd thanks for the kind words. This is a small thing I can do to "return the favor" to so many who have helped me in my family search.
|Melinda Gregory||Thank you|
Thank you so much for the photo of the headstone for Florence Banks. I appreciate you taking the time to do this. Thanks again. Melinda
|Anonymous||RE: Capt Edward M Gonsolin, Jr|
It has been my honor to remember Edward, and to reconnect you. FindAGrave is a great site.
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