|Josie C||Mary Eddy|
Yuo are the first person to sponsor one of my memorials. Many thanks for doing it for Mary Eddy.
Added by Josie C on Apr 28, 2013 2:23 PM
|William Lohman||RE: St. George Gravestones|
Thank you for the find-a-grave memorials for the Robitaille and St. George families!
|Josie C||RE: Williams Family|
Robert Williams 14452731
Mary Jane Williams (Richards) 14452728
Try asking Kim Millett to transfer them to you.
Added by Josie C on Apr 17, 2013 2:44 PM
|ADD||RE: Lena Huddleston 40680241|
Transfer completed. Any others you would like, just let me know. Best regards.
Added by ADD on Apr 16, 2013 7:08 PM
|Liz Freeman||Gardiner, Frank|
Thank you so much for obtaining a shot of the area where Frank Gardiner is buried. It does look like a lovely peaceful cemetery.
|Larry Gaylord||William Ford|
Thank you for taking the time to get this photo for me. I am not certain of his relationsbip, if any, but I learned he lived in a poor house and was buried in a potters field. I hope to learn more. If he was my Great grandfather hopefully the information here will be of benefit to others in my family. If he is not, maybe someone will make a connection and he is not forgotten.
Thanks for finding their grave. We were trying to find out if he was a fireman from Quartz St. Station who survived during the Butte's Great Fire and Explosion of 1895. Most newspaper articles list Albert Jackson but one has Alfred Jackson.
|Reenie Sikes||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for the photo of the headstone of Daniel Broughton in Butte, Montana. He was the older brother of my great-grandfather. Many of their family emigrated from Ireland to the US, and while most stayed in the New York area, Daniel went out west, to Montana. He married, but never had any children. I appreciate your contribution very much! Thank you, again. Best regards, Reenie Sikes.
|William Lohman||St. George Gravestones|
Thanks so much for your excellent photographs of the headstones of Prosper & Albina St. George and of Louis & Louise St. George. Also for the photo of the gravesites of George P and Ruth St. George. I never realized there were no gravestones for George and Ruth.
|William Lohman||Lohman headstones photos|
Thank you very much for the clear close-up photos of the headstones of William E. and Catherine C. Lohman, and also the headstone of Fred Lohman. William E. and Catherine were my great grandparents. Fred was a great grand uncle. The family is still using the plot to inter cremated remains --my father was buried there in 2002, and one of my aunts just this year.
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