|Tamra Eveland (#48391214)|
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Sorry bout the "I love you,I miss you " on the photo.I sent it to my husband when he was he was stationed in Baghdad,Iraq.He's home now so I can relax.And I like to relax by researching my family tree.I have 4 going on at the moment.Alot of good people have helped me discover photos and stories, so Im trying to do the same, by going to local cemeteries and taking photos for others.Have a great day!|
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Thank you so much for the photo of Hannah's gravestone. I appreciate it very much!
Added by jmb on Mar 22, 2015 8:41 PM
Tamra Eveland thank you for the photo of Grace Holdiman.
Gary aka SisterB500
Added by SisterB on Sep 08, 2014 7:08 PM
|Mike (Dino) Peterson||Andrews Cemetery - Stille|
Thank you very much for the great pictures. They look great and I appreciate your time and effort to get them.
|Linda Linn||William J Moody|
Thanks for taking and posting the photo for Civil War veteran, Wm. Moody and especially for including his GAR star! We appreciate it.
|Joan (Wyatt) Bradley||Catharine Convers|
Thank you very much for photographing this partial tombstone; I am grateful that at least her given name and the top portion have survived!!
|Barbara Stein||RE: Mary Eveland|
You are very welcome. I am sorry that James Eveland did not have a marker.
I have an obituary for a Mrs. Marion Eveland who died 30 April 1897 at her Father John Graham's home in Bushnell, IL. She was only 25 years old and she was buried in Bardolph. There is no marker for her. Do you have any information about her?
|jgwehren||Lottie's & Duncan's photos|
Thank you very much!
Added by jgwehren on Jun 24, 2014 7:21 AM
|jgwehren||Lottie S Hamilton|
I would also like permission to use the photos for Lottie's stone.
Welcome to Find A Grave! Thank you very much for finding our family members. Another family member had found the cemetery a few years ago, but was unable to locate the photos from that visit. Your photo of the grassy area, tells a sad story. I can see where it would be hard to maintain. A herd of goats could probably do the job!
Added by jgwehren on Jun 22, 2014 3:48 PM
|jgwehren||Duncan Berry Gravestone|
I followed the conversation you had with my cousin, Charles R Villarreal. I maintain the memorial for Duncan. May I have permission to use your photos for my Ancestry family tree? In order to give you acknowledgement for the photos, I would add your name on them.
Added by jgwehren on Jun 22, 2014 3:35 PM
Thank you for the Stamm photo last month, really appreciate it.
Added by SueB on Jun 18, 2014 6:57 PM
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