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Joyce Niswander (#48034852)
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Jean Clayton Charles
Francis Murphy
Thank you so much for the wonderful photos of the headstone of Francis Murphy! They're great. And I appreciate your time & effort in taking the photo for me, as I live far from the cemetery. Jean
Added by Jean Clayton Charles on Jul 22, 2014 7:51 AM
B & BJ Thomas
Chris Baker
You were going to share obit with me Joyce.

Thanks, Brenda
Added by B & BJ Thomas on Jul 14, 2014 11:06 PM
lilysmom86
RE: McGaugh Photos
Thank you for the others as well. I got the emails that they had been fulfilled after I sent the first message. I so appreciate your helping me fill in the gaps in my family.
Jeanie
Added by lilysmom86 on Jul 14, 2014 9:31 PM
lilysmom86
McGaugh Photos
Thank you so much for the photos of Clyde and Anna McGaugh. They are my paternal grandparents but I never met them and live in MD now. I've wanted a photo for some time...thank you so much!!
Added by lilysmom86 on Jul 14, 2014 3:47 PM
Larry Morrison
Loren H Rice (19 Jan 1918 - 5 Apr 1945)
Thanks so much for your great photographs of the final resting place of Loren H Rice. The true extent of Sargeant Rice's service & sacrifice to the country will most likely never be concisely overviewed. Suffice to say, that as an U S Army Infantryman, he & his comrades were subjected to some of the most intense fighting in France & Germany. The combined units beginning with The 253rd Infantry Regiment, 63rd Infantry Division (Appropriately identified by the "blood & fire shoulder patch) lost many while in service of the 44th Infantry Division & 6th Army group. Decorations are too numerous to outline. See the wikipedia profile on the unit. Sargeant Rice was most likely killed somewhere between, Worms & Landsberg, Germany. He is truly emblematic of a "paid up" member of "America's Greatest Generation!" Army Strong! Best Regards, Larry Morrison of Maumelle, Arkansas
Added by Larry Morrison on Jul 12, 2014 12:43 PM
J. D. Kemerley
Thanks for the pic David Gunn
Thank you for the pic of David Gunns grave stone he is my moms first cousin they are both gone now it is greatly appreciated.
Added by J. D. Kemerley on Jul 06, 2014 7:58 PM
Jeanne Frantz-Szymanski
Nellie J Catlett-Carpenter
Thanks for helping get more details about Nellie on her Find A Grave page. She was my Great Aunt. Her sister was my Great Grandmother or Elizabeth L
Catlett-Frantz.

Thanks again.
Added by Jeanne Frantz-Szymanski on Jul 05, 2014 6:53 PM
B & BJ Thomas
Margaret
Joyce, you are a busy gal ! Thank you again for the prompt picture. I do appreciate this gesture.

Brenda
Added by B & BJ Thomas on Jul 04, 2014 12:08 PM
B & BJ Thomas
George Baker
Thank you Joyce for the picture. I do appreciate it

Brenda
Added by B & BJ Thomas on Jul 04, 2014 8:33 AM
sibe80
Crall family photos
Thank you for all of the photos from Maple Grove. Your help is greatly appreciated!
Added by sibe80 on Jul 01, 2014 6:05 AM
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