|Tara M Cromer (#47961551)|
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I have been an amateur genealogy researcher for my family for years. About 2011, when I had time on my hands, I got serious about it. It is my obsession now. I consider myself more of an intermediate researcher now. When I am not doing that I am throwing the ball for my dog. It's a tough life but somebody has to do it.|
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Find a grave contributor, nmbo, took the photos at the cemetery and placed them onto the memorials. I'm sure they would be happy to know you are grateful for the photos.
Added by Donna on Mar 29, 2014 10:59 AM
|Dan Ryan||RE: Message|
Just got home from fireworks at Eureka lake, so I'm getting back to you late.
Not surprised that the email didn't get to you because I was having all kinds of problems with it so I got a new computer back in march :)
All the email said was to go ahead & fill the photo requests for Roanoke because it was sunday when I sent you the message & there was no sense in waiting till the next week end to get them. I think there was still snow on the ground at the time.
I ended up the email saying that we could hit a few cemeteries later if you still wanted too. Sorry for the confusion but I figured you weren't interested in going but if you want to team up on a few cemeteries, offers still on the table.
Added by Dan Ryan on Jul 04, 2013 11:17 PM
|Dan Ryan||RE: Grave Photos|
Just sent you an email that was too long to write here. Pls. let me know if you got it because the internet has been acting really weird lately!
Added by Dan Ryan on Dec 09, 2012 6:26 AM
|Jodie Williams||Perry Moreland|
Thank you very much for the photo of my great uncle's grave!
|A Rode||RE: Van Alstine|
Thanks a lot!!! Really appreciate your time and effort.
Added by A Rode on Oct 21, 2012 3:18 PM
|Barbara HARMS Craig||RE: Hobbs family of Olio Township Cemetery|
THAT WOULD BE GREAT!! But do not rush. Were they Hobbs? You might watch for a Perry Boone Hobbs in the area. He was born in about 1863 and was to have died in Woodford County, sometime after 1900. I have been working on this Hobbs family from Pike County,