|randal nichoalds (#47900288)|
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I enjoy the thought that someone or something I place on here might be a link or relation that someone has been looking for. I use this as theropy and exercise, keeps my mind busy and I get to walk around and exercise my back, leg and breathing. As I can only do alittle at a time but but This I can work on at my pace. |
I try to photo any veterans that I run across as they should all be rememberand taken care of. On Veterans day I added 180 veterans from the Troy, Missouri cemetery and continue to add everywhere I go.
As well I have family buried at Bellefontaine Cemetery in St Louis and now have started recording there as well with hope that more family members can be rejoined.
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|Bobby J. Chamberlain||Washington Chamberlain|
Randal, Thanks so much for the burial information for Washington Chamberlain, buried at Bellefontaine. I entered the plot number, but couldn't figure out where to input the date of burial. I appreciate too your posting the grave photos. Bob
|pe986||Nancy Nichols Waddell|
Thank you for the offer to photograph her headstone. I appreciate all the work you do for Find A Grave!
Added by pe986 on May 14, 2013 1:12 PM
What is your connection to Paul and Ruth Byington? They were my godparents...I was so pleased to find the picture of their stone.
Added by Pauline on May 13, 2013 7:37 PM
|Jennie Rybban||Phoebe White Taylor|
Thank you for the thoughtful transfer!
Oops, sorry, only Sallie is in the same row. The other two people were much more recent burials in a different section with the same row number.
Added by SteveZ on Apr 15, 2013 1:10 PM
Are you aware there is a Stephen M. Nichols who died in Sep. 1883 and is buried in the St. James Cemetery? That's the much larger non-denominational cemetery in town. He's in the same row with a Mary, Rainey and Sallie Nichols. Sallie also died in Sep. 1883. Do you have information with a specific cemetery name?
Added by SteveZ on Apr 15, 2013 1:07 PM
|The Irish Lady||Presbyterian Cemetery - Venitz stones|
Thanks so much for getting the joint headstone of Edna (Stokes) and John Herbert Venitz onto Find A Grave. I'd only had the single stones and it's great to see they were a set.
I wondered if you would allow me to use the headstone pics in the family reseach (with credit, of course)? Gail
|Lorraine Elam Carter||Kumming|
Thank you so much for the quick response to the photo requests!!
Lorraine Elam Carter
|Susan Ing||April 27th at Calvary|
Every spring, several fellow gravers get together the work on a project. We may photograph a section and put it in from a cemetery. Have been to several. This spring we are working on the requests here at Calvary. We have over 1100 and so many are from the poor sections in the back of the cemetery. Would love your help if you have time. We begin at 9am in the back of the cemetery (Section 5 and 16 area) and it usually is no more than a couple hours.
|Marie Sellers||Troy City Cemetery|
I want to thank you so much for posting the pictures of Robert and Elizabeth Green in the Troy City Cemetery. 3 of us walked that cemetery and did not find their stones. I had come to the conclusion there may not be stones on their graves. Again, thank you.
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