|Kathy Johnson (#47872401)|
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|Hi my name is Kathy and I am a wife of 24 years, a mother of six and a grandmother of 11. I am trying myself to find lost relatives, so I know how important a picture can mean. My ultimate find was just a couple of weeks ago. My mother who is now 70 knew she had a half sister that had passed away when she was 11 years old. We had no idea in what cemetery she was laid to rest in. We found Norma two weeks ago when we where on vacation in Ohio. My mom sobbed and that is when it made me realize how really important it is to find your family. I have been trying to teach our children where they have came from and where we are now. Because of volunteers I was able to also find my great, great, great, great grandfather and grandmother in Indiana and was able to visit them on my way back home.|
I hope that I can bring the joy and tears into your life like my mother has experienced, by connecting you with your past.
My family including my husband Delbert and daughters Rachel and Rebekah have helped me with all my find a grave entries.
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|Eileen Flickinger||Adam'a headstone|
As you can see, I went ahead and took the photo you requested. It turned out very well considering the dreary day.
Glad to help out.
|Eileen Flickinger||Adam's grave|
Just wanted you let you know that I am glad to be able to tend your baby brother's grave. It just so happens that we purchased the plots around his grave after Wes died in a vehicle accident June 2nd 2012. Wes loved little children so I thought it would be fitting to just take care of the grave of this little guy who was laid to rest so nearby. I put flowers out and a little angel this year. I plan on taking a photo to add to this site next summer when things are green.
I love Find a Grave....only just found out about it recently and it's helped me a lot.
|lynn fuller||Anthony Headstones|
Thank you so very much for the pictures of the Anthony headstones. I think pictures add so much to the family tree. Would it be all right if I add them to my Ancestry family tree? Again thank you so very much. Lynn Fuller
|Anonymous IV||Marie & Erwin Gerke|
I have been able to find a number of your requests at St. Paul cemetery. In your attached note you wondered if these folks were buried near Henry Gerke.
Marie and Erwin's marker is located in what is presently the back row of the cemetery. Henry, his wife Mary, and son Henry are located very close to the front of the cemetery. So I guess the answer is no, they aren't buried particularly close to each other, but it's a small cemetery, so the distance isn't very great.
Thank you for getting the pic for me John Cheshier was my great grandfather, I have been doing my family tree,which is very rewarding & getting pics of family members headstones help with that. Thank you again for taking the time to send it to me. D'Anna
Added by D'Anna on Aug 05, 2012 7:12 AM
|VyAZ Whitaker||Bradshaw's in Centerville Cemetery|
Wow, 4 Bradshaw's... Thank you so very, very much for the pics of my family in the Centerville Cemetery .. I really appreciate the effort... I'm in your debt...
Are your related??
Vy in AZ
|Gary Sacre||RE: Patience Sacre|
Yes, this is the person I was looking for. Glad you found her. Thank you! Thank you!
|Gary Sacre||Patience Sacre headstone|
Thank you for trying to fulfill my photo request for the subject. I really appreciate your assistance. Sometimes we win and some times we lose. This time we los tbut we must continue to look for our ancestors graves. So keep up the good work that you do.
Thanks so much for taking the pics of their stones. Welcome to Find A Grave. I hope you really enjoy it!
Added by Beth on Jul 30, 2012 9:15 AM
|Mary Erickson||Phila Romans Goode|
Thanks so much for the picture of my Aunt's marker. -Mary Erickson
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