|Thomas Spangler (#46837141)|
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Hi, my name is Tom, I am 38, and I live in St. Louis, Missouri. I have been interested in genealogy for many years along with doing my family history. I currently work part time at UPS. As much as I enjoy walking cemeteries, I think it would be interesting to work in one. I enjoy traveling to take photos of cemeteries and headstones. It gives me a great sense of relief when I can help somebody find their relatives. I know the wonderful feeling you get, that's why I would like to share it with others. If anybody needs any help around St. Louis, please don't hesitate to contact me. Good luck.|
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|David Sharp||Hardister's in Oakland|
I was in the process of fulfilling your request on Alfred and Grace Hardister when I saw that in my file under Hardister that the stone was actually Alfred and Grace Lightfoot. Don't know how I made the memorial with the wrong last name, I deleted the Hardister one and added the pictures to the Lightfoot memorials. Since the dates were the same, on the different names I guess that Lightfoot is the right one. Sorry for the confusion and if they are really Hardister.s the Lightfoot stone may be wrong. the memorial #s are 71048252 and 71048253. David Sharp
|Tricia Petitt||Adaline Stuart Thornton Turberville|
Tom - I made some updates to your pages on my gg-grandmother and father, Adeline Stuart Thornton Turbervile and George Richard Lee Turberville, III. I was trying to add Harriotte Lee Turberville McWhorter, my great grandmother and also make some corrections and additions. Could you approve those for me please? I own Leeton where they are buried - our home was built in 1727 by my ancestor George Turberville & Martha Lee. I wrote the 2 volume set of books called The Turbervilles of Virginia. Thank you so much - Tricia Petitt
|Trevor Baxter||RE: Titanic grave site photo.|
Thank you much appreciated.
|Trevor Baxter||Titanic grave site photo.|
I am a Titanic researcher, i see on find a grave you have a photo of 1st class passenger George Achilles Harder #6997577, i am looking for your permission to download the photo the photo is only a thum nail would you have a better photo full size please.
Many headstones at the Fort Bliss National Cemetery are very hard to read due to age, striations in the marble and etchings on the white marble with no letter darkening. Click on the photo to enlarge a couple times and it is easy to read.
Added by LC on Apr 30, 2017 2:24 PM
|Amy Rudd||Adam Koons|
I sent an email to the address listed but not sure it is current. Would you please contact me at email@example.com to discuss your research as I think we are cousins. I have a great deal of original documents belonging to Adam Koons dating from 1838 in Clark Co. Indiana. He was born in Cumberland Co., PA not VA. Hope to hear from you,
Amy Long Rudd
Added by Amy Rudd on Mar 04, 2017 12:35 PM
|California Girl with Curls||Rebecca Stratton ( Stratten)|
Are you a descendent of Rebecca Stratton?
|James Earl (Sam) Price||W H Scott # 28174071|
Dear Mr. Spangler. Working on a program. Is this man a Confederate or Union Civil War man. Please confirm. Thanks
James Earl (Sam) Price
|Carole Arbuckle Marlow||Frances Jane Arbuckle Adamson|
Thomas, My great grandfather, Thomas Arbuckle, has been merged and re-merged and in the process his daughters memorial has not attached to the new and final memorial. Could you please link Frances to her father's existing memorial = Thomas Arbuckle 162791243. Thank you. Carole Arbuckle Marlow
Thank you again for putting in so many Spangler grave sites. Wonderful for finding family. You have done a great job.
Added by June on May 12, 2016 9:15 AM
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