|Momma Sles||RE: Arthur C. Fleming|
What an AWESOME goal! Especially since so many of my family are burried there! ;) Really your efforts are greatly appreciated! Hugs
|Momma Sles||Arthur C. Fleming|
Thank you so veryyy much for the photo! I wanna give a big hug! lol
|Momma Sles||Hattie Mae Heiges Fleming|
Thank you sooooo much for the photo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
|Meg Wiley||Michel, Leah & Jesse Wiley|
I just had to write you and tell you that you have made my day!! I just came across the memorials for Michel, Leah and Jesse Wiley in the Mount Zion E.U.B. Church Cemetery that you added, with pictures of the graves. Michael and Leah are my 3rd great-grandparents and I have been searching for any clues on where they were buried and any other information on them that I could find. Jesse was a mystery to me as well, which is now solved. Anyway, thank you SO much for adding their memorials and the photos of their gravestones! One thing, though: even though Michael's gravestone says that he died in 1879, I have his affidavit of death from York County that says that he died on July 7, 1877 in Warrington Twp. So, I guess whoever did the gravestone must have done it later on maybe?
|Jim Sipe||Sipe Photos|
Thanks so much for the four Sipe photos.
Added by Jim Sipe on Sep 17, 2014 10:17 AM
|Peggy Bargen Duey||Dillsburg Cemetery|
Thanks for fulfilling my photo requests at Dillsburg Cemetery. I greatly appreciate your time and effort.
|JT||Barrens Cemetery pics|
Thank you for taking and posting photos for so many of the photo requests I made for individuals buried at Barrens. The gift of your time and talents is much appreciated. ~JT~
Added by JT on Jul 25, 2014 5:12 AM
|Joanne Marcus Britcher||Miller photo|
I appreciate you taking the time out of your day to find and get a photo of Mr. Miller's grave marker.
I know it will be looked at for generations to come.
Have a safe Summer.
Just wanted to thank you for all the photos you posted to this cemetery...great work..welcome to Find A Grave, hope to see more of your work...
I am hoping that you live in that area...and would be willing to take a photo of the Cemetery Sign showing the name. Reason being someone set up a Cemetery with the same memorial listings calling it; Franklintown Church Cemetery. We need to have the two merged together so no info or photo's are lost and stop the confusion...I know there is only one Cemetery and a lot of local people call it Franklintown Cemetery, but it was always listed as Glenwood Cemetery in the old Roots Web Genealogy site and the US Gen Web Site. Can you help us out??
|Dale Shaffer||Marker of Eldon Leech|
Thank you so very much for adding a photo on the site for Eldon. He Left His Life Speak
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