|David Crawford (#48142612)|
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My name is David Crawford and I have lived in Blue Rapids, KS since 1975 when I started teaching science with USD 498. One of my hobbies is amateur radio. Another hobby I share with my wife is geocaching. Geocaching has taken us to many beautiful places including cemeteries in Marshall County, KS. I became aware of the Find A Grave web site a few years ago and after visiting the Highland Cemetery in Minneapolis, KS (Ottawa County) this past Memorial Day (2013)I became interested in looking up a few grave sites. This led me to an awareness of photo requests that I might be able to help with so I registered as a photo volunteer.|
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Thank you for getting and posting all my photos at Waterville, KS cemetery. I appreciate all your efforts and time.
|J Martin||Frankfort Cemetery, Frankfort, Marshall, Kansas|
Hi David, Thank you so much for providing the headstone photo's for Dorothy M. Griffee Fenstermacher & Frances E Fenstermacher. I don't think Barbara S Fenstermacher has passed yet. Much appreciated. JMartin
Added by J Martin on Aug 21, 2013 9:04 PM
|Scott||Floyd A. Dalrymple 100853414|
Thank you very much for the headstone phone. I appreciate it.
Added by Scott on Aug 13, 2013 6:31 AM
|Luckie and PeeWee1961 Family||Messick in Saint Gregory Cemetery|
Thank you for filling my photo request for Francis, Francis J. and Matilda Messick. The photos are great and thank you for taking the full headstone and a closeup of the inscription. I appreciate your extra efforts.
|Retta Williams||Homer Drinnen's stone photos|
Thanks so much for the great photos of Homer Drinnen's stones. Nice job! I really appreciate it.
|Jerry McLain||Williams Tombstones|
I Thank You so very much for taking time to take these pictures for me. Bessie (Staats) Williams was my mother's first cousin so it really meant very much to me, again THANK YOU, Jerry
Thank-you so very much of the Massie gravestones. They had been lost to our family and now you have found them. Words cannot express my sincere gratitude. YOU are a true hero! Thank-you for everything that you do to help advance knowledge to the generations to come.
Added by Heattown on Jul 29, 2013 1:01 PM
|Angie Hetherington||John S Stepp|
Thank you so much! I appreciate that you did this for me.. He was my 2nd great uncle..
Thank you for the photograph. He was a son of my late husband's ggg grandmother Betsey Hazen Perry.
Added by Sonja on Jul 29, 2013 10:08 AM
Thank you for the Horr's photos.
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