|Raylene Lapierre Lehnhoff (#47866810)|
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I've had a love for genealogy since I was a girl of 8 and my grandma showed me her bible with all our family names and dates. She had 8 children, their spouses, and 27 grandchildren. I memorized each relative's birthday and anniversary...I was hooked for life! My grandpa later took me to his grandparents grave and those were the very first headstone photos I ever took.|
Family names: Lapierre, Werk, Breehn/Bruhn, Hardy, Moreau, Lehnhoff, Gair, Martin, Fischer.
Photos: You have my permission to use my headstone photos, but please give credit by listing the source!
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|the Ragityman||RE: Eliz. Daley #105817582|
Ah, well. Sorry for the confusion. Did you by chance know Elizabeth? She was a lovely person.
|the Ragityman||Eliz. Daley #105817582|
If I have requested a redundant photo, I apologize. I don't know how I missed it. I guess I'm sleepy, and I just didn't look closely enough. On the other hand, If the request was not redundant, and you filled it this morning, I am amazed! I think I posted it 15 minutes ago. Thank you! You take my breath away.
|charles Ingle||Grave photo|
Thanks so much for the very prompt photo of the grave of my father in law, Jack M. Moore.
|Pennsylvania Lady||Richard E Primrose|
Thanks for the great photo.
|Pennsylvania Lady||Sgt Billy Joe Featherston|
Great photo. Thanks so very much.
|Cindi Trice Kessinger||Bessie Coppage|
GUTHRIE — Bessie Jane Stahl Coppage, 98, Knoxville, Tenn., formerly of Guthrie, died Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2005, at the home of a daughter in Knoxville of natural causes.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Cook-Webb Funeral Home with Bill Cohoon officiating. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. Visitation will be Sunday from 12:30 p.m. until time for the service.
A native of Bowling Green, she was born Dec. 8, 1906, the daughter of the late Benjamin James and Georgia Ellen Finney Stahl. She was a homemaker and a member of a homemaker's club, was active in 4-H work and taught Bible to men in prison. She was a member of the Pleasant Grove Church of Christ.
Her husband, George Thomas Coppage, preceded her in death.
Survivors include two sons, William Thomas Coppage, San Antonio, Texas, Jerry Wayne Coppage, Clarksville, Tenn.; two daughters, Betty Lou Trevena Ewing, Knoxville, Patricia Ann Boisseau, Columbus, Miss., 11 grandchildren and one great-granddaughter.
Memorials may be made to the Pleasant Grove Church of Christ.
|Mary Collier||John and Kathleen Volz pics|
Thank you for adding the headstone pictures to John and Kathleen Volz's Find a Grave Memorials. It makes such an important addition to the memorial. I appreciate your taking time to help with the memorials.
Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph this marker. You are appreciated!
Added by syoung on Sep 03, 2014 2:10 PM
|R & J Black & G Key||Hammer - TN State Cemetery|
The updates are done for Hammers. Thank you for contributing the information and the lovely photos.
|Edith L. Bioletti||Lakeview Cemetery|
Thank you very much for adding the cemetery marker pictures to my grandparents' memorials, Karl and Louisa Soderburg. I was so surprised when I opened the memorials since posting them, and found you had done that.
A different lady, also involved with findagrave, had placed my grandmother's headstone picture on her memorial. I have met some interesting people through this website.
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