I am sorry I didn't make myself clear. I would love the pictures and any information you have to share. Any pictures I use, I always ask the person who took the pictures for permission.
|Robyn Brewster||Please excuse autocorrect.|
My computer is being very sensitive tonight.
I asked Olin for permission for copies of the pictures too because if I remember correctly both of you took pictures. I always ask each permission to use their picture.
|Robyn Brewster||RE: Picture|
Thank you fir all you are doing fur my husband's family.
My address is firstname.lastname@example.org
My husband would love to share information with another family member.🙂
Have a great evening.
|Olin E. Hartley||Picture - Joseph Hartley|
I got the same exact question from her.
I as wondering if I could receive a picture of Joseph Hartley's headstone (216449930) on my computer? I am working on my husband's family for a Christmas gift and a picture would be great on Joseph's page. Joseph was his sixth great grandfather on his paternal side.
|Susan||RE: Jacob Kindelberger|
Seems we may be related! You mention that your second g-grandfather was Jacob Kindelberger. His sister, Minerva Kindelberger Werner, was my great-grandmother. How about that! Minerva died before I was born, but my mother said she was a very elegant lady.
Added by Susan on May 27, 2016 10:34 PM
|cynthia mullens||RE: Many Thanks|
Enter the East Oak Grove gate, and take the first road that veers off to the right. They are in the section between the main public road and the cemetery road that is first on the right.
Within that section, they are closer to the main road than to the first-on-the-right cemetery road.
When I searched that section, I parked in a short section of old road that used to be an entrance through an old gate. This old gate is no longer used. The photos of the Hartley headstones are the first ones I took, so I think they are closer to the old gate road than to the new (only) gate entrance. I wish now I had tagged these with the GPS coordinates, but it's such a battery drain, I don't usually have it on.
I'm glad I found them, and thanks for the family story. I posted memorials for Kathryn Hartley and John W. Hartley that were not previously posted. They are interred in the same family plot. Cindy
|Don McAllister||RE: Alverta Morgan Breitweiser|
And I thank you for that photo of the girls and the information on the other sister. Those Morgan girls were beautiful. What a story that must have been. It sure brings life to what we see in these stones.
|Peace4me||RE: Keith Hupp Linton|
You are very welcome! Yes, we have talked before. Carla
Added by Peace4me on May 24, 2015 1:18 PM
|Peace4me||RE: Kindlebergers in Mount Wood|
Hello, check your e-mail I sent you the page of Kindelbergers in Mount Wood & the map. Carla
Added by Peace4me on Mar 09, 2015 5:39 PM
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