|Levi Rockwell (#48002732)|
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|Keith P||Sharon Cemetery|
I have lived very close to Sharon Cemetery for many years. Sadly, when the old church was torn down a couple years ago, I never got a descent picture of it first. I was greatly surprised and happy to come across the awesome picture you have of it! Great job at creating a lasting memorial for a piece of our local history! Thank you!
Added by Keith P on Feb 06, 2017 7:02 PM
I've been noticing your photos and wanted to let you know how unusual and enchanting they are. My son is also a photographer and I will be showing him your work.
Wishing you and your family a Blessed Sunday.
Added by Mary on Mar 27, 2016 3:19 PM
|Sharon Martin||RE: Ipava Cemetery|
Thank you and I love your burning boat also.
|Sharon Martin||Ipava Cemetery|
That is a very beautiful photo that you took of Ipava Cemetery in the snow with the sun.
May I please print a copy for my own will not post anywhere.
Would you be able to take a photo of Vera Courney's headstone for me? Vera died in 1989 and is buried in Ipava Cemetery
Added by Teresa on Mar 30, 2014 2:57 PM
|William Taber||Sharon Cemetery in Whiteside Co., IL|
What a terrific photo you placed for that cemetery. Bravo!
|Olin E. Hartley||Ipava Cemetery|
Absolutely a fantastic photo.
|Cemetery Haunter||Oakwood Cemetery photo|
Wow! That's a beautiful photo!
|ginag||Photo of Howard Cemetery near Ipava|
The photo of Howard Cemetery is spectacular in the snow! Thanks for sharing it.
Added by ginag on Apr 03, 2013 12:22 PM
|Kathy Ripke||Rahn family and related individuals|
I was re-looking at some Rahn family memorials and discovered you had posted not only some new memorials, but had also added some gravestone photos to existing memorials and had posted some portrait photos as well! Those are always the most exciting postings to find. Thank you for that.
I have Rahn family connections through my Nehring grandmother. Two of her sisters married into the Rahn clan. I think the Rahns and Nehrings came from the same location in West Prussia, and both families initially located in the Genesseo, IL, area. My direct ancestors moved into NE Iowa from Henry Co., IL.
Since you posted portraits, I'm assuming you are also related to the Rahns in some manner.
Thank you again for your contributions to Find a Grave.
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