|AlongTheWay||RE: Photo Requests - Hegnet|
Thank you so very much for fulfilling those two requests!
|AlongTheWay||Photo Requests - can you fulfill these?|
Please view these two memorials.
1. Memorial# 178846876 - Julian Hegnet
2. Memorial# 178846884 - Adele Hegnet
If I'm correct, your photos are out there on another website. Could you please fulfill my photo request for both of these?
|D. Lor||Chia Vue|
I'm looking for my dad..is the Chia Vue cemetery picture a man's or a woman's?
Let me know...
Added by D. Lor on Apr 28, 2017 4:03 PM
|Chief Funologist||Doris Goldberg|
Grave Walker (L Kopet)
Thank you for accepting the edit suggestions for the memorial page of Doris Goldberg (Find A Grave Memorial# 140792245).
Keep up the great work!
|Sam & Jo Wallendal||photo request for Anna E Noble|
You have already submitted a photo for Willard Noble, Anna's husband. I just filled out a memorial for Anna. The same photo could be used for Willard's memorial. Thanks for your assistance.
|Sam & Jo Wallendal||FAG memorial photo for Willard W Noble|
Thank you so much for the nice headstone photo you added to Willard Noble's Find A Grave memorial. Because of the photo, I learned that Willard's wife shared the headstone. I have created a Find A Grave memorial (#178689951) for her. Note that her first name on the memorial is not spelled the same as on the headstone. Documents I have found spelled it differently. Thanks again.
Thank you very much for the photo of the stone for Eino Saari. Your work on Find A Grave for current and future generations is very much appreciated. Thank you!
Added by InMemory on Apr 17, 2017 11:41 AM
|Mary Ann Tarkington Johnson||RE: Corinne Jacobson burial Wisconsin|
Thanks Mary Ann
|Mary Ann Tarkington Johnson||Corinne Jacobson burial Wisconsin|
May I have permission to add her marker to my Ancestry.com family tree. Your name and date taken will be shown. My husband is connected to the Owens (her maiden name) family
|Mark Goebel||RE: prairie du chien|
In my twice yearly visits to Prairie du Chien I have thus far gone through microfilm for the years 1845 to 1941. Each visit I get through about 3 years of film, so I should get to 1945 some time this year.
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