|Cynthia Simmons (#48336340)|
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Since I was young I loved setting around hearing the older family members tell stories of times past, and this began my life-long interest in family and local history. I was nine years old when I got into finding out my heritage which has leaded me to many cemeteries. Graveyards have been of interest. Why someone would design a grave and the reasoning behind putting that type of stone on that personís grave peeks ones interest. Even my husband who has helped me walk cemeteries would tell people my wife hunts dead people.|
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|Bobby Kelley||RE: Mullendore|
i saw that! thank you so very much!!!!
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!
|Lawcas||Photo Sam & Martha Casey|
Thank you Cynthia for taking the time to get the photo for the memorial of my grand parents. I appreciate it so much. It is nice to be able to read the stone.
Added by Lawcas on May 28, 2015 6:25 AM
|Susan Aduddell||C Leon Tinsley|
Thanks so much for taking the picture of Leon's headstone!
|Ruth Ellen Bartels||Jack McSorley, Woodland, Cleveland OK|
Thanks so much for providing the grave photo, AND for providing the additional information on his exact burial site. It is very much appreciated.
|Carol Hopper Bader||Fred Higgins 7052379|
Thank you for researching the headstone for Fred Higgins. I appreciate your finding that he had a wooden cross that is no longer there. Also, thank you for sharing your time and talents.
|Steve Trudgeon||Leitha Belmer - Photo Request|
Thank you for the photo. I really appreciate the favor.
|Greg Volk||Thanks for the photo of the Michaels|
Hi Cynthia. Your picture was just what the doctor ordered. Many thanks.
|AnnaMarie Wigen Enerson||Jaon Kirkpatrick|
Thank you for posting her tombstone photo. It really helps us.
|Scott P Dann||Roy Arian|
Thanks for the photo!
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