|Harold howell||RE: Maysie Luella Ringler Ruby|
I dont know where or whom i got that information from i am related to Maysie through the deeters
Oh, wow. I see you took even more Hahn photos. Thank you, again!
|Rudy's Granddaughter||Dr. Jeremiah Hahn|
Thank you so much for taking the tombstone photograph for Jeremiah Hahn. I recognize the time and effort it took to do this act of kindness for me.
|Scott Mercer Boreman||Picture|
Thank You so much for taking this picture for me I truly appreciate it and it means so much to me as I live in Missouri and this is my father and my lovely step mother who was such a great lady I cannot thank you enough.
Scott Mercer Boreman.
|Geniereese||John Wesley Albright|
Thanks so much for taking time to find and photograph the gravestone for my relative. It is greatly appreciated.
|Mary Ann||James Hastings in Holmes Cemetery|
Thank you for catching my mistake. I have corrected it. Thanks for adding the photo.
Added by Mary Ann on May 17, 2015 5:20 PM
Thanks! Thanks! Thanks! Clear as a bell how her first name was spelled in your great photo. Appreciate you taking the time to get this!
Added by GerbLady on May 16, 2015 9:24 PM
|Richard Stauff||Rittenhouse in Ashland Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the excellent photos and your time as a quality Find A Grave volunteer! Cheers!
|Greg Tucker||RE: Dr Levi Leedy Garber|
Thanks very much for your efforts on this one---really appreciate it!
Puzzling that there is no known marker. His wife, who died 13 years later, is interred at the Ashland Cemetery in a mausoleum niche. Sounds like his ashes may have been scattered somewhere. I have a December 28, 1950, obituary, but it would be interesting to see the one you have. If it's not too much trouble, you can email it to me at the address on my member page.
|Eddie Gorham||Willard Gorham|
Thank you for attempting to find the head stone for Willard. Words cannot express how much I appreciate your effort.
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