|gengramma||James and Francis Stone photo|
Thank you for the photos
Thank you so very much for taking the time to take a pic of this grave marker. This is the only proof I have that she lived. Thanks again.
Millie Rutledge Allmond
Added by Millie on Apr 11, 2012 10:33 PM
Hi, My name is Chuck Spinner. I am finishing a book on the April 25, 1946 train wreck that took the lives of 45 people in Naperville, Illinois. The last injured person released from the crash was a Thomas Chaney, 20 years old. Chaney was a steward in the Merchant Marines. At the time he was eating lunch in the dining car with another Council Bluffs resident, Fred Robinson. Robinson would die in the wreck. Chaney survived. I just wondered what Chaney's life was like after the wreck. Any info on this would be greatly appreciated. Since he was 20 at the time of the crash, it seems that this might be the same Chaney. Did you make a typing mistake Chaney instead of Chaney on his parents names. I'll grateful for any help you might be able to give,
Added by spin on Jul 09, 2011 1:16 PM
Thanks for the photo
Added by DRWS on Jul 02, 2011 8:54 AM
|Barbara Butcher||RE: VOGT in Graceland|
Thanks for your note back, Jeri! I have posted the two VOGT's now. I actually live in Avoca so can easily take care of requests for Graceland Cemetery. Are you in the Council Bluffs area? Barb
|Jenny Burgin||Thank you|
Thank you for the photos of Amelia Wendt. I appreciate your efforts SO much. Great photos.
|Barbara Butcher||VOGT in Graceland|
I photographed the gravestone for Henry & Minnie VOGT yesterday, but see that you have them claimed. If you don't get them photographed, I would be more than happy to post my photos.
|Ricky Grego||Pictures of the Petersons|
Thank you very much for the pictures. Is there any way that you can send me the full scale of those picture files for my family tree? Thanks.
|Sandra Smith (Barton) Gwilliam||Thanks for the photos!|
Thanks for the Cheney family headstone photos and others you have posted at find a grave. I hope you don't mind if we use them in our family records.
We appreciate it a lot, since we can't travel to the cemetery to take our own pictures.
|Marla||RE: Other Carspecken Monument|
Or better yet-Would you just post the photos on her memorial that I created and linked to Henry? Virginia Viola Dressler Carspecken is another family member that I was not sure where was her burial place was or death date. I am very grateful for your help!
Added by Marla on Apr 13, 2010 8:37 AM
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