|Lewis Girl (#46947069)|
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I am a huge history buff. I love learning about the people that came before us. I also love cemeteries. Where most people see spooky, I see historic beauty. I could stroll in them for hours. I will fulfill as many photo requests as I can.My family: Sparks (my maiden name), Edgemon, and Self (from Arkansas).Lewis, Lenzer (or Lenser), and Thrush from Pennsylvania, by marriage.If you are requesting a photo, please try to add a grave location of possible. Cemeteries are huge places, and many graves are flat stones (making them sometimes hard to spot). Adding a plot or grave number is a huge help. I only mention this, because some cemeteries also don't like giving out grave locations to strangers. Thanks so much.|
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|Michelle M. Hughes (Smith)||Harry Wolfe|
Thank you ever so much for the photo! Really do appreciate it.
|Etta Bell Miller||John S Miller|
Thank you for getting me the photo of his grave.
|Betty (South) Young||Picture of Grave|
Thank you for the picture of Harry and Patty Sebring's Grave-I appreciate it very much.
Betty (South) Young
Hi Lewis Girl,
I want to thank you for photographing The Drzyzga Family memorials at Saint Stanislaus Roman Catholic Cemetery and adding them to the Find a Grave web site. I truly owe you a debt of gratitude for your efforts on this.
Added by Marie on Apr 13, 2017 7:21 AM
|bblakel||RE: Santamaria Headstone|
Thank you for going out again. I guess that's another mystery I'll need to look into.
Added by bblakel on Apr 12, 2017 3:56 AM
I was wondering if you're ever out in Elmlawn Cemetery again if you would mind seeing if there were anymore Santamaria's buried near Lucy from last time. Specifically her husband Vincenzo or her brother in law Domenico.
Added by bblakel on Apr 11, 2017 5:37 AM
|Kathleen||re. William Dalton 1797|
I honestly don't feel that distant although it may seem that way. I felt close to Matilda and Andrew's era for personal reasons.
I thought for sure my Grandpa used to have a photograph of Andrew standing out in the fields, but that could have been a different Andrew Jackson, since I have my own Andrew Jackson's.
The photograph I am speaking of, I pictured him having a tough time in the dust bowl era. I may be incorrect as this is just been a guess.
My line starting with Our William is
My ggg Grandparents William and Anna;
William b. 1797 md Anna Tidwell b. 1806
William David 1840-1906 md Mary Ann Cecil'
Rosay 'Rosa' Geneva md Malty Eldridge Long
Earl Glenn Long md Viola Beatrice Bradford'
Mina Marie Long md my dad
Added by Kathleen on May 29, 2016 4:56 AM
|Kathleen||Re: William Dalton 1797|
I have been doing my own research also.
William and Anna are my 3rd Great Grandparents.
Your Matilda and My William David were siblings.
Yes, I have the 'same' information.
I would love to exchange information if you would.
Email me any time.
Added by Kathleen on May 06, 2016 12:58 AM
|Beverly Joe Vaughn ☮||Gladys & Walter Sparks|
Thanks for the info for Gladys and Walter.
I added Walter's mom to his memorial page but there's already an edit request in for Gladys' memorial.
|Laura||Manda Hodge, memorial 84628606|
You have sent me an edit saying:
"This is my grandfathers sister. Please add siblings:
Gladys Sparks Hodge #84628555
Walter Sparks #15051722"
The only way to "add siblings" is to go to the memorial of each sibling and paste in the memorial numbers of the parents. This will generate sibling links.
Added by Laura on Mar 31, 2016 8:15 AM
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