Sorry the number for Frank is #86723411....darn felt tip pens! Sorry and thanks! Harry
|Harry(Harold) Lash||could I please have 2 transfers?|
I would like to have 2 transfers for relatives Frank & Caroline Basselgia Blouch buried at St.Mary Catholic Cemetery in Lebanon. I have more to add and their photo as well, also their Lot there. Would you please transfer them to me?
Their numbers are; Frank #86223411 & Caroline #86723612 Thank You oh so much for your help.
Harold Lash (Harry)
|Dan Wilson||william Ketcham & Millicent|
I was wondering if i could use the photo of the above on my ancestry page. I will give you all credit and accolades. great picture and i am a direct decendent of both.
|Tracey Dicely||Isaac Anspach|
I am sorry that I didn't get back to you sooner but I lost my computer in the PA flood and have been going through my over 3000 emails now that I have a new one. Thank you so much for finding his gravesite. It is contributors like you that helps family tree people like me. Thanks again.
No. I am not related. I have been walking the cemetery, taking pictures of all the graves and posting them. I am about half done. The last time I checked, which was last week, those memorials were not part of what was posted for the cemetery.
|TJ Welsh||Jacob & Mary Porter Edris|
Thank you for the prompt response and pictures of Jacob & Mary Porter Edris.
Added by TJ Welsh on Feb 28, 2012 7:25 PM
|TJ Welsh||Private Herman Edris|
Thank you for the prompt response on Pvt. Herman Edris; he was killed in France in Sept of 1944 during the Battle of Brest. He is also the older brother of Pvt. Georhe L. Edris.
Added by TJ Welsh on Feb 28, 2012 6:57 PM
|TJ Welsh||Pvt. George L. Edris|
Thank you for the prompt response in completing this request for Pvt. George L. Edris; who died in Stalag IX-B in Germany 1 week prior to liberation by U.S. forces.
Added by TJ Welsh on Feb 28, 2012 6:53 PM
|TJ Welsh||Elnora Edris Spangler|
Thank you for the promptresponse to the photo request. The picture was crisp and clear.
Added by TJ Welsh on Feb 28, 2012 6:35 PM
|Russ Ottens||Pvt. Levi Leese|
Thank you so very much for the excellent photo of the grave of Pvt. Levi Leese in South Bellegrove Cemetery. He served with my great grandfather, Pvt. Joseph Seiders, in Co. H, 187th Pennsylvania Infantry. I sincerely appreciate your time and effort.
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