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You may use any of the pictures on the memorial pages I created if you need them.|
If you are a DIRECT relative and would like a family member's memorial page transferred to you, send your FAG member number and I will transfer it.
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"You can please some of the people some of the time, all of the people some of the time, some of the people all of the time, but you can never please all of the people all of the time."
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|A.J. Marik||Find a Grave reminder|
Please do not post "Unmarked Grave" images as photos. If the grave is unmarked, leave the photo area empty. The current images already posted are subject to removal.
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|Becky Feaster||Edward Muri|
Thank you for this picture.
|rachel||RE: Genovefa Gerlich Yanisch|
Yes, that would be nice. Thank you. Rachel
Added by rachel on Oct 18, 2014 8:17 AM
|rachel||Genovefa Gerlich Yanisch|
Genovefa is my great great grandmother. She came from Bohemia in the 1800's and followed her daughter Theresa Yanisch around the United States. She died in Salt Lake City. Thank you so much for taking a picture of Genovefa's headstone. She had a hard life and lived long. Her husband died in Austria and she came to America with her children. (Her son Johan (John) Janisch also died in Salt Lake City. I believe he may be in the same cemetery.) She came to a strange country and managed to live through hardship and disappointment. All our ancestors, who were the faceless immigrants that the schools talk about, were real people. Genovefa Gerlich Yanisch was one of those people. Thank you again for making her anonymous life a little less anonymous. Rachel Johnson
Added by rachel on Oct 17, 2014 11:48 PM
|Elaine||William M. Berry FAG # 52070732|
Thank you so much for adding that photo to the above and giving me a heads up on the info that was posted. It is always nice to have definitive info to sort out the family trees! Without the pix of the tombstone-just based on info posted we thought that William must go with the Catherine Defoe Berry (1st wife of Lewis Clark Berry and our ancestress) and John W. Berry their son who were buried in the Defoe Cemetery. Instead William M. is apparently son (and first born child) of Lewis Clark's younger brother John and Catherine's "baby" sister, Elvira Alice. We knew there were a few missing in that tree and one of those probably born ca 1869. Again thanks for helping us place another piece of the puzzle! Elaine
Added by Elaine on Oct 10, 2014 8:28 PM
|ResearchRansom||William Francis -Photo|
Thank you for your time and effort in searching for a headstone to photograph for me :)
|Carl Jarrett||John & Arthur Walker|
John - Thanks for the effort in looking for the headstones. Because they were included in the inventory of that cemetery I assumed there would be a marker for them. Sorry for the wild goose chase.
Thank you so much for taking this photograph for me. I was trying to remember when I requested it but guess I didn' keep a record of my request. So happy when a soldier's memorial has a photo. Thanks again.
Added by snm on Oct 08, 2014 2:48 PM
|Stephen Lee Krou||Green Luttrell Gravestone|
THANK YOU Robert!!! Great photos also!
Very Much Appreciated - Steve
|Daisies and Dalmations||Lilburn Boggs|
Hi John, Thanks for checking on Lilburn Boggs (36392511) for me. I won't request another memorial photo.
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