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|Steve Ullrich||Ruth Davis|
Thanks for the gravestone photo and birth year information.
|Fred Saar||RE: Capt. John Robinson|
you wrote:Capt. John Robinson
Hello, I found some information on Capt. John Robinson.I do not know if you are interested in updating his memorial but his birth year is 1760 and death is Jan 25, 1845. I posted a pic of his wife Ester's headstone but the one I think is his, is completely blank.
Please use the SAC feature, click on the edit tab in the upper right on the memorial page. Then select suggest a correction.
There are over 6000 John Robinson's.
|Steve||RE: flowers from you|
No, I did not know them. Just visiting their memorials and leaving a note. Steve
Added by Steve on Sep 18, 2013 6:35 AM
|Aislin||RE: Frances B|
You're very welcome. Quick question. Is her headstone photo upside down or is it just my own weird computer?
Added by Aislin on Sep 04, 2013 9:02 AM
|Aislin||RE: Borger, Frances T.|
I updated her information. Thank you for the new picture.
Added by Aislin on Sep 04, 2013 4:51 AM
|Old Bwana||Leonard Clark at Oaklawn|
Thank you so much for this photo. I can't tell you how much I appreciate your kindness in taking this for the memorial page. I lived in Brookhaven in the 1950's, think of it every day and will likely not return. I am a volunteer in northwest Alabama and have posted over 1,000 requested photos on FindAGrave.
Thanks Again - Old Bwana
|Aislin||RE: Holmes Gravesite in Holtsville,NY|
I cannot remove those words as they are part of the linking process and put there by FindAGrave. If you hover your mouse over the text it will give an explanation as to why it is considered a "calculated relationship" and is no reflection on the state of the couple's marriage.
Added by Aislin on Aug 28, 2013 4:38 AM
|Joan||Ida Mae Eales photos|
Thanks so much for the book photo & the plot site image. It confirms what we suspected. No stone or marker. Thank you for your continued efforts. I know you tried many times before. I guess the depression was still having some effect, & a stone was not possible. Then there was W.W.II. I can understand how some things were left undone. Again, thanks for your wonderful service.
Added by Joan on Aug 20, 2013 10:05 PM
Thank you for adding the pics to Curtis'