Thank you very much for the photo. I appreciate your time and effort.
|Pioneersearcher||Memorial# 65362913 Benjamin C. Louthan|
Thank you for photographing & posting his marker.
|Sue (Lumley) Sayre||Sayre|
Thanks for the pics of the stones. Now, if I only had their obits!
|Gwen||Nina Stratton grave|
How nice of you to get to photographing the grave I requested...and so quickly! It means the world to me (and I am sure to others) that you give of your time and talents. Your photos are great.
Thank you!!! Gwen
Added by Gwen on May 04, 2016 5:52 PM
Thanks for the help with this request. I sure do appreciate your time and wisdom!
Added by Gwen on May 04, 2016 9:44 AM
Thanks for letting me know she isn't in that cemetery. I see the memorial creator has changed the burial designation to "Non-Cemetery Burial"...
Added by Dıehard on May 02, 2016 10:56 AM
|Debbie Cunningham Barga||Miller|
Thank you for posting photos of J.E. and Goldie Miller's stone. I am helping a friend with her family tree and this photo is greatly appreciated. Thank you so much!
|Becky Wilson Thissen||Amos Massie tombstone photo|
Kris thank you so much for going out and taking the photo for me.
Becky Wilson Thissn
|Tom Pottenger||RE: Duane Houser in Maple Hill|
Yes! Harvey Tittle married Jennie E Pottenger (my 2nd gr grandfather Quincy Pottenger's daughter) in abt 1890. They're all buried there in Maple Hill!
Duane Earl Houser is the son of Jennie's sister, Nellie May Pottenger, who married Earl F Houser.
Just keepin' it all in the family. thanks again.
|Tom Pottenger||Duane Houser in Maple Hill|
Kris, thanks for going to the effort of taking and posting the photo of the grave marker for Duane and his wife Virginia. It means so much to our family history. Duane's mother was a Pottenger.
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