|Roger Belton (#47813778)|
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Born in Clifton Forge, VA. Recently retired from public service with the State of Washington. BA degree in History from Roanoke College, Salem, VA, 1976. Graduate studies at |
VA Tech, 1977. Researching all branches of the Belton/Wilhelm/Boggess families.
NOTE: Regretfully, I'm physically unable to continue as a Find-a-Grave Volunteer. Most of the cemeteries in this area, including most of Longview Memorial Park, are too sloped to allow me to negotiate using my crutches. 3/18/2013
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|Tim Cook||Gerald & Harry Bearg|
On 2/19 you fulfilled my photo request. I was on vacation for an extended period, so may have failed to send a 'thank you' until now.
Added by Tim Cook on Apr 01, 2013 10:36 PM
thank you so much for taking the pic of my grandfather and step grandma's grave
|LM Norton||Viola Dundas Stewart|
Thank you so much for for the photo of my husband's great aunt's final resting place. Bless you for the work you do!
Mrs. John Norton
|Richard Leslie||Grave Photo's Ada Fulton|
Mr. Roger Belton:
I was not very familier with the head stone photo process being new to this site. I understand better now. I would like to take take a moment to Thank you for your time and I do appreciate you working with a very worthy project.
Many Thanks to you !
Oak Harbor Wa.
|mcphail||Philpotts in Longview Memorial|
Thanks so much for locating and photographing the markers for Jacie and Lloyd Philpott. I really appreciate it!
Added by mcphail on Mar 04, 2013 6:23 PM
Thank you for the headstone photo, Roger. Now I have a date of birth. Greatly appreciated.
|Rod Morken||RE: Vaver Gravesite|
Thanks, Roger. I just made a memorial for James A. Vaver and sent a photo request.
Thank you for the prompt and excellent photo.
Thanks also for being a photo volunteer!
Thanks so much! :-)
Added by 46588789 on Feb 17, 2013 4:41 PM
|BLV||RE: Elmer Ray Locke|
Thank you for offering to photograph the burial place of Elmer. I called the cemetery and was told that Elmer's ashes are located in Mausoleum A inside the Community crypt. The cemetery staff person could not find a record of the crypt location inside the Mausoleum. And, since there are no names or identification on the outside of the crypt, the crypt would be only a blank wall to photograph.
Again, thank you for your help.
Added by BLV on Feb 15, 2013 11:26 AM
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