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Sandy Nelson (#47025777)
 member for 8 years, 8 months, 22 days
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Bio Photo I've been doing genealogy off and on since 1965. I moved to Arizona 5 yrs. ago from California & decided to take pictures of the stones in various cemeteries here when I have the time. Feel free to copy any photo I've taken. I feel that's what findagrave is for - so that people will have a photo to use in their genealogy.
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Blanch Flanigan
Etta May Eggleston
I believe I have Etta's birth dates as close as I can get right now. Thank you for noticing the error, I truly appreciate it. Sorry it took me so long but I got side tracked AGAIN!. :( I have not forgotten about Charles F. Eggleston.
Added by Blanch Flanigan on Oct 22, 2015 1:14 PM
Blanch Flanigan
RE: Etta May Eggleston
Thank you for the suggestions. I will retake the photo and check out the dates. Also, I will check for Charles's stone. Garden City is where I am from so it isn't that far to do this. Thanks again.
Added by Blanch Flanigan on Aug 29, 2014 10:01 AM
Hector Lopez
Thank You!
Hi Sandy,

Thank you for the transfer of my great grand parents, I know my grand father will be very pleased.
Added by Hector Lopez on Jul 23, 2014 2:00 AM
Carol B
Find A Grave Memorial# 32678827
Hi Sandy,
You created a memorial for Cloe Dake Kuehneman and included a photo. She has since passed and I am wondering if you are in the area, would you consider taking another photo with of the updated headstone.
Added by Carol B on Mar 09, 2014 9:27 AM
Jim Estes
David Allen Estes
Hi Sandy,

Many thanks for the transfer of my cousin, it is very appreciated.

Added by Jim Estes on Sep 07, 2013 7:09 PM
Patricia Dunford
Gussie Peters Palmer
Gussie was not a girl, he was the son of Eleanor (McGrath) Peters Palmer, and was known around Prescott by the Palmer name. He was shot by accident by his mother, cleaning a gun that she had previously fired, apparently in some "discussion" with former renters. This was extensively chronicled in the Journal-Miner, available at Sharlott Hall.
Pat Dunford (gg-niece of H N Palmer, Gussie's step-father.)
Added by Patricia Dunford on Apr 23, 2013 10:03 AM
Patricia Dunford
Gussie Peters Palmer
Added by Patricia Dunford on Apr 23, 2013 9:58 AM
Pamela Lulay-McArthur
RE: John McArthur
Sandy, Thank you so very much for your prompt reply. Yes, my husband John was an incredibly special person and a wonderful husband. I was just surprised to see this online as, I didn't think I knew you, or Sharla. And Sharla takes pictures, just for the posting and families? I just wanted to make sure she was not an old friend of John's, or someone else I should contact. Since we lived in Mesa, but he spent most of his time in Prescott, that is where he wanted to be laid to rest. I have visited, but did not think to take any pictures of his marker.

It was a wonderful surprise and joy to me to be able to see it whenever I wish and have saved the picture, as my John will always be in my heart.

Thank you so much and, if you have contact with Sharla, please also thank her for me. It is indescribable to loose a husband, but the fact that I now have the comfort of seeing what I wrote on his plaque has been a rare pleasure. Thank you both for your compassion, and the work you are doing. I support it 100%. God Bless and much love to you both.

Pamela Lulay-McArthur
Added by Pamela Lulay-McArthur on Feb 19, 2013 6:44 PM
Pamela Lulay-McArthur
John McArthur
Sandy, did you know John? I have long been searching for friends and family which to commisurate with.

Thank you for posting this.

With Love, Pamela Lulay-McArthur
Added by Pamela Lulay-McArthur on Feb 18, 2013 6:44 PM
Carol Ballinger
RE: John Gipe
You are very welcome.
The top of the stone said:
In Loving Remembrance
I tried to capture that as best I could.
Added by Carol Ballinger on Sep 20, 2012 6:02 PM
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