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I've very recently become enthralled with genealogy, and this site has been wonderful help. I hope to be able to help others in the same way, because I know how frustrating it can be to not find what you need, and I've cleared several hurdles in my own family tree just by finding a grave or memorial.|
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|Dave Schade||Alexander & Frances Martin Tombstone Pics|
Thanks so much for the pics of Alexander & Frances Martin tombstones! Very much appreciated!
|Dianna B.||Mt. Moriah Cemetery|
I would like to thank you so much for the photo's that you took for me (see below)
Hallie Mae Snider
Fred L. Hawser
Ralph F. Howser, Sr.
Thomas O. Hardesty
Eliza Jane Ruble Howser
Samuel F. Howser
Lizzie B. Hedden Snider
Benjamin H. Houser
I do so appreciate it and I thank you so much.
|Christina (Atkinson) Watts||Watts|
Thank you for the photo! I will change cemetery name this evening.
|Rosemary McFarland||Photos for Best|
I apologize for not checking to see if the request had been claimed for Joe and Minnie Best. I have the cemetery photographed and ready to post and when the request came to my mailbox i just posted them. Please accept my apology and I will check from now on before posting.
|elizabeth acosta||RE: rebecca cook|
I think I know who the J.W.C. is. Rebecaa son, Andrew J. Cook had a son named James W. Cook, born 6 Jan 1875 ans died 16 Oct 1875 with the croup. Just in case you needs this. Thanks again for all the work you do, I really appreacited it. Elizabeth
|Loyal (Tex) Nethery||Carl Nethery|
Mandyann thank you so much for the photo for the memorial for Carl. I appreciate your time and effort to help me and others in our research of our family tree.
|elizabeth acosta||rebecca cook|
thank you so much for the photo of Rebecca Cook. I was wondering if the Letters on the grave next to her could be G.W. Cook. That would be her husband George W. Cook. I just found out a couple of days ago, he died Oct 8, 1845 in Spencer Co. Ky. I gotten their son William Cook who died in the Civil War and it had when George died. I also believe they have anout son buried there. His name is George W. Cook too. If you need anything let me know. Elizabeth
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