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|Mary Louise Reynolds (#47664956)|
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|My husband and I became interested in genealogy as teenagers, and have been pursuing the hobby for over 40 years. Most of the memorials we have are relatives of one degree or another--some fairly close, and others more remote--with some non-relatives who have tombstones (or stories) that are not to be missed or whose tombstone happened to get photographed on a trip. We are, however, open to transfer them if you want to improve on our efforts or if you're more closely related. "We Need A Home" virtual cemetery lists those who are not related to us in any way, either by blood or marriage. If you're a family member of any of these folks, please let me know and I'll gladly transfer them to a family member who'll care for them.|
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Thank you so much for adding the photo of the Edward Buckner grave.
Added by PattiL on Aug 17, 2017 7:17 AM
|Elizabeth (Wilson) Ballard||George and Elizabeth Jane (Wink) Hunt|
Mary Louise, and here I am again thanking you for photo requests you fulfilled in January. Sigh. I am trying to get caught up. You do such a great service for all of us, and I really appreciate that.
|Elizabeth (Wilson) Ballard||John, Hazel, and Samantha Lakin photo requests|
Mary Louise, thank you for fulfilling the photo request that I made for these Lakins. You fulfilled it in February, and once again, my thank you is obviously quite late, but I appreciate it just the same.
|Elizabeth (Wilson) Ballard||Norma Bridges Mauck photo request from February|
Mary Louise, thank you for fulfilling the photo request that I made for Norma Bridges Mauck. You fulfilled it in February, and my thank you is obviously quite late, but I appreciate it just the same.
|Karen Todd||Christina Borgerding|
Thank you Mary for the the gravestone photo.
Would it be better to create a new memorial page for the fragmented stone? There would just be whatever part of the name that does show, if one shows...but people do that on findagrave and then note that the item is incomplete and is in a certain family plot or next to certain names in a certain section...?
Thanks for this new information!
|Chryse Wayman||Loyd Macy -> Floyd Macy|
Thank you for your edits for Floyd Macy. The information I used for this particular Memorial was from a Cemetery Roster, not from my onsite presence. I'm glad you looked at him carefully while you were onsite and that you took the time to photograph his marker. He is definitely related to me.
My Grandparents, GG Grandparents, and numerous Ancestors are in Greensboro Friends so I have a special fondness for this Cemetery. Thank you for improving it.
Chryse Cecile Wayman
Granddaughter, Floy Barnard Wayman and Dr. Cecil Wayman
I am so grateful for all of these Culbertson family photos. They are going to be incredibly important to our family research.
Bless your heart and thank you for all of this time and effort.
|Alan Carlton||Grave Marker Photos|
Thank you very much for taking photographs of the grave markers of the Elwell Family.
|Earl C. Padgett ||Gravesite Wm. P. Padgett|
Dear Mary Louise Reynolds,
Many thanks for taking and posting the photo of the gravesite of William P. Padgett and his wife. This helps out our genealogy. He was my third cousin once removed.
I met him and wife years ago in Muncie and he gave me a road atlas (from State Farm Ins. for whom he was an agent). I use it almost every day to locate family members by city or county.
Earl C. Padgett
Kansas City MO 64113-1821
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