|C Bozeman||RE: Pleasant Coleman|
You are welcome...civil war buff trying to locate graves on those listed in GA archives virtual vault pension records. thanks for being NICE!
|Jon Combs||RE: re: photos|
You are welcome, I had a great time doing it.
|K.B.||RE: re: Raub photos|
It is my pleasure. Christmas in July is always a bonus. Have a great day.
Added by K.B. on Jul 14, 2013 9:21 PM
|Margaret||RE: re: Photographs|
So glad to help. Let me know if you need anything else or would like to add additional informtion.
Added by Margaret on Jul 06, 2013 7:56 PM
|Richard Lawson||Correna Brenneman|
If I might ask, why the suggested correction on my Grandmothers' middle name? (Victona)
|Diane Rook Martin||RE: re: Grave photo|
I am sorry no makings on the grave. The top of the stone has natural wear for being a flat surface and it is covered with a black moss. There are 2 other Davis makers next to the large grave. My husband, granddaughter and myself enjoyed doing this for you.
|Cate||RE: Grave photo|
You're very welcome. Happy to do it. I also posted a photo to his wife Janet's memorial page (3566813).
Added by Cate on Dec 17, 2011 8:01 PM
|David Lyle||RE: Alonzo Rholetter photo|
I overlooked the requests on the Rholetters buried in Long Creek Cemetery. I'll try to go back next week to look for those. It's around 20 miles from home, but I love that area of the county, especially this time of year. By the way, I don't remember Dennis Rholetter. I wonder if he had me confused with one of the Lyles (not Lyle) in Westminster.
|Bart Sugden||Robert R. Thomas|
Could you link Robert R. Thomas (memorial 30551277) to his parents, Robert (34955784) and Cathrine (34956138) Thomas?
|Glen Marquis||RE: re: Richard Davies|
I linked Richard and Rhoda as spouses, and I linked Mwynwen and William H. to Richard and Rhoda. For the others you will have to suggest a change so the person who created the memorial can make the change.
I'm glad you are having fun with your family history puzzle. By the way, there are five Davies in the Carmen Cemetery in Allen County, Ohio. Carmen Cemetery is about a mile east of the Village of Gomer while Pike Run is a little west of Gomer.
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