|Kimberly ||Mary Morgan Goff|
Thank you so much for posting the photo. Your time is appreciated :)
Added by Kimberly on Jun 24, 2017 9:54 AM
|debbie donehower-adams||Samuel and George Maxfield|
Thank you for your time and effort in locating my ancestor's grave. It's a shame they are unmarked;however, I have an idea where they are located. thank you so much. i appreciate it! :0
|Tom Bolling||Stanley Waslasky|
Joan, thank you very much for taking pics for Stanley Waslasky's Memorial. Always very much appreciated.
|Jeff Hall||Thank you|
Hello Joan, many thanks for the excellent headstone photos added for PVT Michael Seniuk. Nice work!
|John Sloan||Jessie Harvey Pike|
Thank you for taking and posting the grave photo for Jessie Harvey Pike even as it is unmarked. Regards, John
|Marina||Aurilla Waller Brown|
I have sent you a private message to your email address. Please may I hear from you by return email. Thank you for your time and effort to find Aurilla's final resting place. Marina Yeager #46871120
Added by Marina on Jun 02, 2017 9:56 AM
|Shauna Yeakel Fleming||Find A Grave Memorial# 119066451|
Thank you for taking the time to photograph the headstone for Robert Frantz. Because it is a shared headstone I now have the name of his wife along with her birth and death information.
|Janet Reasoner||Arthur Adam Lasher|
Thank you very much for the picture of the plot where he is buried. I know from my own experience it is even more work to try to find a person without a memorial.
Greetings from North Carolina!
Thank you so much for the terrific photo of the tombstone of Jerome & Emily Hollenback Miller! It's a very nice tombstone and your photo did it justice. I also liked being able to see its surroundings. It must be a very interesting cemetery to photograph. I appreciate your spending your time and efforts in my behalf.
Added by LouAnn on May 17, 2017 2:26 PM
|Beardsley/Beardslee Family Genealogy||Jane Beardslee|
Thank you for the photo of Jane Beardslee's plot (memorial #135350427). It is precisiely what I love to have when a marker is not present . . . you can at least find the probable location if you visit the cemetery.
I really appreciate the effort, thank you.
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