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I have been working on my family tree(s) since the late 1970's when Roots was on TV as a miniseries. I like to knit and square dance.|
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|Renee||RE: Harry O. Thompson|
You are very welcome. I always try to look for other family members when looking for headstone requests. I figure if you request one person, I'm sure they would want the spouse also.
Added by Renee on Jul 17, 2014 5:18 PM
|Sheila Acker Dryer||Lydia Lott Acker|
Thank you for the headstone photo for my ancestor. I certainly appreciated your willingness to "track her down"! Sheila Acker Dryer
|Gilly||RE: Joseph Wieszczek|
Paula: I am glad you like it, the area he is in is very overgrown, I was able with very little digging to make it look nice...enjoy. I still have the digital file, which you are free to use however you wish with my blessing.
Added by Gilly on Jul 05, 2014 6:56 PM
|Larry Thompsom||Thank You|
Thank You Paula for the information you provided for my mother. It was very thoughtful.
|Mark Patton||Hamilton and Mary Bennie|
Thank you Paula, for visiting Sterling and photographing the head stones for Hamilton and his wife Mary Crockett Bennie.
Mark A. Patton
|martinbmac||RE: Clarissa Phinney Ingersoll|
Thanks so much for doing that and thank you for letting me use the photo. Very much appreciated!
|martinbmac||Clarissa Phinney Ingersoll|
Thanks so much for taking the photo! Would you mind if I use the photo in my family tree?
|margaret ||Mary Blaikie|
Thank you so much for taking this photo for my family
Added by margaret on May 25, 2014 12:33 PM
|Maureen Sausen||RE: Enos Canfield|
Evidently the headstone has either wasted away or could have been destroyed over time.
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