|Chuck Seyferth (#47231922)|
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|Leanne M. Meyer||RE: Mary Klotz Lamountain|
OK, I always try because sometime they are not family. So I will send you some added information as my cousin are & I are both researching this family,
|Stan Miller||RE: Henry C. Eckhout|
Thanks for the response.
Sorry for my delayed response.
My wife's Mother, whose name is Ethel also and will be 92 years old next month, is Ethel and Henry Eckhout's second child.
Sounds like you and my wife might be distant cousins.
I know that my wife has maintained contact with other Grandchildren of Henry & Ethel Eckhout who reside in Macomb County.
|Stan Miller||Henry C. Eckhout|
Please transfer Henry C. Eckhout's memorial to me.
Henry was my Wife's maternal Grandfather, and I am helping her record that side of her family.
|Judy||RE: Thank you very much|
You are quite welcome.
Added by Judy on Aug 13, 2012 1:39 PM
|Eldred Pickett||RE: Thank you|
Glad to help, Chuck!
|Eldred Pickett||RE: Peter B Willard|
You're welcome, Chuck! I also found another stone next to Peter:
Louise M. Willard LaLonde (Dec 25, 1882 - Sept 10, 1979)
Peter's wife with LaLonde as maiden name, maybe?
Let me know if you want that pic as well.
|Debra Munn||Warren Manville Worden grave|
Thanks for photographing this grave, too! While I was writing to thank you for photographing his wife's grave, the message about this one came in, too. Synchronicity! ;-)
Thanks again! I really appreciate your help.
|Debra Munn||Catharine Tindall Worden grave|
Thanks so much for photographing Catharine Tindall Worden's grave for me. I really appreciate that, as well as all the work you do for Find A Grave. I'll be sure to credit your name whenever I use this photo.
All the best,
|Marilyn Kenyon, Psy.D.||John Kenyon & Family|
Thanks for taking the great photos for John Kenyon and his other family members. It is amazing to be able to read everything which is on their tombstone, which is like a book:)
|Eldred Pickett||RE: Henri Goethals|
You're very welcome, Chuck!
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