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|Anna Caruso (#47751097)|
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Anna (Redden) Caruso born 1940 in Beckley, WV. currently living in Lake Ozark, Mo.. Married to Ralph Caruso in 1960. Wife, Mother and Accountant (retired from all). I have lived in several states and overseas. I am blessed with one daughter, 3 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. My hobbies are Genealogy and keeping up with my extended family and friends.|
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You have placed a photo of the Stone for the Small family on this memorial, Is their a connection or is this in error? I placed the same photos on memorial # 122930843 for Harold Small. Curious!
Added by TheGhost on Aug 09, 2015 8:53 AM
|Karen Koetting-Howard||William Talken (Photo)|
Good morning Anna,
Took so graciously took at photo for me for William Talken, I believe I requested the William Herman Talken (1911-1992). I realized that you posted/took photo of William Talken (1852-1939).
Would you please move the photo to the correct William Talken # 82454793,is the find-a-grave number, if you are still out about I would love a photo of the William Herman Talken's headstone, he was my cousin.
Thank you for all of your work.
Your fellow graver,
Karen Koetting-Howard # 47695249
|A Jones Girl||Peter Kilindt|
Thank you very much for taking the time to look for the grave. Your time and effort is much appreciated. I will make a note on his memorial page that no headstone was located. Deb
|Lizann||Emil Clemente photo|
Thank you so much for the photo of Emil's headstone. I sincerely appreciate your time. If you need any photos taken in the Philadelphia/Bucks County Area, please let me know. I would be happy to fulfill your request.
Added by Lizann on Mar 13, 2014 5:42 AM
|Karen Koetting-Howard||Our Lady of Snow Cemetery|
Good evening Anna,
I would think to thank you so very much, for taking my families headstone requests and fulling my request, I was just about in tears this morning, at my job, when I opened my gmail account. I was just so excited, I am unable to put it in words. I And as I read my email you not only took 1 photo request, but 12. Find a grave, is so blessed to have you has a volunteer.
They are listed:
Franklin, Daniel, August, Anna, Herman-(was my 2nd great grandfather), and Helena Koetting.
Leona Evers, Anna, Clemens, Adolph, and William Talken, and Andrew Berendzen.
Thank you so very much, you have made my day. If I can ever return the favor, I am in the the Kansas City area, please don't hesitate to ask, I will be on it.
I would like to ask one more thing, may I use your photo's on my family tree.
Thank you again from the bottom of my heart.
Your fellow graver,
|April Walters||Raymond Gilliam|
Thank you for the note Anna, and I appreciate you taking the time to take a photo of Raymond's headstone when you have a chance.
Much appreciated and have a wonderful day.
Thank you for this photo.
|April Walters||Verna Gilliam's Headstone|
Thank you so much for getting the photo of Claud and Verna's headstone. I am wondering if you happened to take a photo of their son's headstone, Raymond Gene Gilliam. He is buried in the same cemetery as Verna at Mt. Union Cemetery in Brumley.
I really appreiciate your assitance.
|Bev Winship||Florence Bryant|
Thanks for trying to find her gravestone.
her name was not on the listing I had from the 60's and I did not find the stone when I went thru the cemetery doing the updates. Bev
|Leroy Higley||tombstone pics|
I appreciate the two Higley tombstone pics. Your kindness we will never forget.
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