|Bonnie Waters (#47280102)|
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I love doing this and I love sharing! Feel free to use the photos and info on other genealogy sites. |
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|Linda Claxton 💕||RE: Everett Harvey|
You're very welcome.
|Dawn Howland||RE: Bucholtz|
I went ahead and added the photo to George's as well. I live in the Winner area and am always willing to take photos even retakes. Have a great day!
|gary barnes||RE: Beard|
You are welcome and I was very glad to do it for you.
|Hooked On Family||RE: Keister|
Sorry it was so hard to read. If I get a chance begore sn❄️W, I can try something to get a better photo.
|Hal Stewart||RE: Ruby Blossom|
You are very welcome, glad to be of service.
|Paul Huntress||Albert Edward Lineker|
Thank you for taking that photo of the Albert Edward Lineker gravestone at Ivy Cemetery, Admire, Kansas back in 2012.
It has helped me fill in some blanks in my family tree.
|Del Gran||Alma Waters #68316182|
You posted obit and headstone photo at above memorial at Old Chapin Cemetery. Based on surname, I assume she is family. Do you have any info on Alma's mother?
Added by Del Gran on Dec 16, 2015 3:51 AM
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Obediah Combs in Key West Cemetery|
Bonnie, The above site is a duplicate memorial in the wrong cemetery. The site carries #84677938. Please remove your beautiful photos from this site & add the photos to #39140325 in Lebo Creek Cemetery. It is under the name P. Obediah Combes. On the last photo, you say the person is buried in Lebo Creek cemetery but this site is in Key West Cemetery. Richard
|Michael J. Rea||Newsome Cemetery|
If you will give me a little notice I will be glad to show you the location of the cemetery. The map on find a grave is accurate. I was there just a few months ago and it's grown over again. A friend and I had cleaned it (2-3 days) when I took the photos. Thanks for asking about photos. I don't mind you using them maybe through Ancestry you can mention where you got them.
|Cheryl White||Clara again|
I was trying to link her to her husband, Charles Layman, who died in 1936 and is buried in Mount Hope Cemetery, Topeka, next to his first wife.
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