|Leonard W. Smith (#47644819)|
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|Jeri Herbert||Dorene Purdy|
Thanks, Leonard, for adding the info to Dorene's memorial, & linking her to her parents & husband.
|Jana Reeves||Margaret Ross Smiley|
Noticed she is your 4th great grandmother- she is also my 4th great grandmother. Do you have any details on her parents?
|Bryan Anderson||RE: Ralph Ewing Knepper|
Again, thank you!
|Bryan Anderson||Ralph Ewing Knepper|
You helped me out with giving me permission to use one of your photographs for a possible future publication. Well, I've found another.
As you may remember, I'm trying to locate the graves of those who served with my grandfather in Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. Ralph Ewing Knepper served in this unit. This is confirmed by his gravestone.
Like last time, may I have the use of your photograph of Ralph Ewing Knepper's (Find A Grave Memorial# 71197723) gravestone? I greatly appreciate it.
|Bryan Anderson||Loree Max Towell|
I'm afraid I have to bother you again. Hopefully it's not too many more times. This time my photo permission request is for the photo of the grave of Loree Max Towell.
Again, thank you,
|Bryan Anderson||Ray Clifford Tallman|
My apologies for bothering you, but I have another request.
This one is for permission to use the photograph of the grave of Ray Clifford Tallman (Find A Grave Memorial# 100478551).
It just so happens many of the soldiers from my grandfather's unit came from this area.
Again, thank you.
|Bryan Anderson||Archie Leonard Smith|
I have another request of you. This one may be closer to you than the others I've requested for my WWI project and Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division.
I see from the 355th National Directory that Archie Leonard Smith was also a part of my grandfather's unit. Was he a relative of yours?
May I have permission to use your photograph of Archie Leonard Smith's gravestone? If he was a relative of yours, I would love to hear more about him.
Again, thank you!
|Bryan Anderson||Frank M. Reichardt|
I need to bother you again.
I previously asked you for permission to use a photograph for a Fred Bischoff. Now, I'm asking for the same permission for Frank M. Reichardt.
Again, I'm hoping to possibly use this photograph in any future publication I might have. I want to acknowledge my grandfather's WWI history and I want to publish something. What that looks like, I'm not sure yet.
Frank M. Reichardt
Find A Grave Memorial# 98290611
|Bryan Anderson||RE: Fred Bischoff|
Thank you, I appreciate it.
|Bryan Anderson||Fred Bischoff|
I am researching my paternal grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. According to the National Directory of the 355th Infantry Association, published long ago, Fred Bischoff of Enders, Nebraska was a member of this unit.
I'm not sure where I'm going with my project at this point, but I want to think I will eventually publish something. Should I publish something, may I use your photograph of the grave of Fred Bischoff (Find A Grave Memorial# 103753203)?
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