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D. L. Lee (#47772418)
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Bio Photo I would like to thank everyone whose hard work has been so beneficial to researchers world-wide. This is an amazing website!

Also, a special thanks goes out to the volunteers in my area who have done such a wonderful job. You all are my inspiration.

My mission is to pay it forward by helping others find ancestors who have been lost by time, distance, and untold stories.



This project is like a giant puzzle that a million people are working, and we all know the majority of the pieces are missing!





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Chad Kendell
Re; Stinson
Thanks for great pictures !!!
Added by Chad Kendell on May 25, 2017 11:07 PM
Frank Wallace
RE: John D Wortham #169047748
Not related but thanks for asking. My family and I do have kin in the cemetery and are checking out the proper way to clean the stones. We understand the type of stone can make a big difference.
Added by Frank Wallace on May 21, 2017 5:54 PM
Diane Addington
Woodson Penrod
Well, this is interesting. I just found this in my notes:
Woodson was born to Ollie Mae Level from Penrod and was the son of Rufus Randolf.  The story that I have heard all my life was that Uncle Clyde Penrod, while at work, saw Woodson who was about 4 years old, trying to retrieve a piece of bread from some water with a stick.  Whether it was a water puddle, ditch or larger body of water, I do not remember.  Uncle Clyde adopted Woodson before he married Mabel Shemwell.
Added by Diane Addington on May 16, 2017 1:47 PM
Diane Addington
Penrods
Hello!
Happy near the end of school!

Can you do some checking on this...The stones indicate these dates, however the time line could not be correct:

Laura Mable Shemwell Penrod,
(Find A Grave Memorial# 115699780)
Birth: 
Jun. 22, 1907-Dates cannot be correct-R W born in 1918

SON:
Raymond Woodson Penrod
(Find A Grave Memorial# 79576364)
Birth: 
Sep. 20, 1918
Added by Diane Addington on May 16, 2017 1:39 PM
Carol Kaye
Lois Byers
Thanks for the info. It is done.
Added by Carol Kaye on May 09, 2017 4:58 AM
Frank Wallace
John D Wortham #169047748
Are you related to the above (buried in Kelly Cemetery, Spring Lick, Ky)? If so, I will forward a photo of the Spring Lick School (1909). There may others you could identify.

There is another John Wortham (also in Kelly Cemetery) but I don't believe he to be the one shown in the photo mentioned above.
Added by Frank Wallace on Apr 30, 2017 8:16 AM
No Brats in Wisconsin
FAG 122596858, Lulu Belle West Powell
Hi, this is my great-gran. If you're not kin, would you kindly transfer this memorial to me?

I have more information to add.

Many thanks,

Jo in Wisconsin
Added by No Brats in Wisconsin on Apr 24, 2017 11:36 AM
D. Gould Hall
RE: Photos at Sears Cemetery in Muhlenberg Co., KY
Thank you so much.
Added by D. Gould Hall on Apr 22, 2017 10:50 AM
D. Gould Hall
Photos at Sears Cemetery in Muhlenberg Co., KY
Thank you so much for your efforts. The photos are very well done.
What is your policy about using your photos for a personal family blog (not used for any advertising or earning any money) and giving you credit for taking the photos?
Sincerely,
Diane
Added by D. Gould Hall on Apr 17, 2017 6:11 PM
J&D Peterson
Mary Stevens Tombstone Photo
Thank you very much for the good picture of this tombstone. The light must have been just right as it is legible in spite of the moss. I appreciate your time and effort.
Added by J&D Peterson on Apr 15, 2017 2:06 PM
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