|Sharon B.||Salt Lake City Cemetery|
What a wonderful surprise to find the photos of Anna & Mary Ann Coulam's gravestones today! I sure appreciate your time in doing that, and especially your obvious know-how in treating photos so you can make out the inscription better. What do you play around with on a photoshop type program to do that?
Again, happy thanks to you,
|MJ's FamilyTree||Headstone photo|
Thank you for the headstone photo of Jennie F.S. Blain. Much appreciated.
|Jason O'Driscoll||Florin Edwin Schiess|
Thanks for helping find the photo of Florin. I just found Florin and he is my grandma's stepbrother.
|Dorie S.||Frank L Hughes - Salt Lake, Utah|
Thank you for the information regarding Frank.
I will contact the cemetery and try to get their assistance with finding his grave.
I have been placing gravestones at relatives graves that do not have a marker. Will resubmit my request after discussions with the cemetery administration.
Added by Dorie S. on Apr 25, 2013 7:24 AM
|M. Braun||More on Grotus Durbin|
Hello again...I should have checked this before I left my previous message. Sorry to bombard you with messages. The information I found was from the Utah Burials database. It listed G.V. Durbin buried 9/26/1899 in Salt Lake City Cemetery S-7-2-2W. It's highly possible he has no stone. He died in the County Infirmary. Thank you again for going on this wild goose chase. I'll add this information to the memorial.
Added by M. Braun on Apr 18, 2013 5:44 AM
|M. Braun||Grotus Durbin|
Thank you for trying to find this grave. I'll recheck my source and see what I come up with. I really appreciate your time and effort.
Added by M. Braun on Apr 18, 2013 5:35 AM
|Linda Guynup Dewey||Kropfs -- Salt Lake|
Thank you for the terrific photos -- can't have been easy -- a couple are badly worn.
Really appreciate your efforts and good work!
|Veterans Researcher||Calvin Jack|
"The kindest hearts expect no reward, and deserve it all the more"...Thank you for helping to remember this young soldier by posting his headstone.
|Tom Hebert||Salt Lake City headstone|
Thank you for the picture of Rose Marie Rose Peavy. The inscription looks odd but is correct. Rose was her maiden name as well as her first name.