|Harold howell||Lena Bratton|
Thank you for your time, day and effort in getting me the photograph of Lena Bratton, I greatly appreciate it.
Have a Great Night
Harold Eugene "Gene" Howell
|Caroline ||Thank you!!|
Added by Caroline on Jan 19, 2014 11:12 AM
|Betty||Thank You Gary!|
Thank you Gary for taking the time to go to the Mason City Cemetery and take a picture of my Uncle's Frankie Linden's gravestone. I knew I would never be able to get there to do it, so it was great that you did it for me. Those of you who do this need to be commended for taking the time to do this for others.
Many thanks again.
Added by Betty on Sep 30, 2013 7:13 PM
|Carol Lynn White||Leo Jordon|
Thank you for the photo of Leo's grave. What a shame it has fallen over.
|Blake||Larry Eugene Grassmeyer Headstone|
Thank you so much for the Larry Grassmeyer headstone photo. Your assistance is very deeply appreciated.
Added by Blake on Sep 21, 2013 3:41 PM
Thank you very much!
Added by Jessica on Sep 14, 2013 7:44 PM
|Dan Rollins||Frank P. Wiseman|
Gary, thank you so very much for the photos of Franklin P. Wiseman's headstone (#110952879). He is a great X2 Uncle of mine. Nebraska is a little ways away from eastern Oregon. Most of his other siblings, Alva, Alonzo and Orville ended up in Caldwell, Idaho closer to where I live. Again, thank you Gary!
|Dianne Sorensen Winterfeld||Art & Annetta Sorensen grave|
Thank you for posting the Art/Annetta Sorensen gravestone picture! They were my grandparents.
|Loren Bender||Peter Decker|
Hello Gary, Peter Decker died in World War II. Because of people like Peter Decker we have the freedom we enjoy today. He and a fairly high percentage of the people who died in the war are not buried in their graves for various reasons. This tomb is called a Cenotaph. which is a memorial for someone's remains who were buried elsewere, lost at sea or missing. If there is a Cenotaph it is normal procedure to enter a photo of that and place it on him memorial. Thanks for all you do. Loren
|Beth Sparrow||Sorensens in Minden|
Thank you for the gravestone photo of Annetta Sorensen in Minden. She is a distant relative of mine, and I appreciate your efforts.
|[View all messages...]|