|Scott Baumann||RE: re: The Thorne Plot|
I very much appreciate your help and trouble on the Thorne Pictures and I trust the weather there has broken so you can get some great pictures for the website. I know the feeling all too well.
|Grave Hunter||Nowakowsky headstone|
Thank you so much for the wonderful photos for Anna and Sylvester. I appreciate you taking the time to find these for me. Would you be so kind to allow me to use them in my Ancestry.com family tree?
|Scott Baumann||re: The Thorne Plot|
Thank you for taking the time and trouble to fill my request on the Thorne Plot in Woodlawn Cemetery. Each and every photo you took is very much appreciated. Thank you and I hope the weather continues to get better and warmer. Thanks. Scott
|Diane Lohff||Roeders in Forest Home Cemetery|
Thanks for the pictures. Much appreciated. Diane
|Shandra||RE: Anna Torgersen|
Hi Dan! Thank you SO very much for the pictures you took up in Marinette for me. I would love to maintain Anna Torgersen's memorial. She is my great-grandma. You are so kind. Thanks again!
Added by Shandra on May 07, 2014 12:31 PM
|rmwilliamsjr||RE: Annie K Ellis Mason|
thank you for your work.
i've sent the photos of the tombstones to all the cousins.
i'll take good care of these memorials-thanks for the transfer.
thank you very much for the tombstone of my ggfather samuel mason, his wife annie and her folks amos & ellennor ellis. it proves a link that i had wrong for many years.
richard mason williams jr
|Scrib & Barb Kelly||Walter Dorricott|
Thanks for getting back to me.
Your picture was FANTASTIC of his marker.
The photo you took was what I was looking for, the military service marker!
Thank you again for all your help.
|Carol Sherbeck Espiritu||RE: Patton Family Tombstones|
You created quite a stir in my morning activity. Jack Patton is the son of Robert Lee and Mertha Jemima Patton who are my first cousins a couple of generations removed.
Although Robert was born in Virginia he arrived in Iowa about 1880 which is where Mertha was born. Their children were all born in Taylor County, Iowa except the youngest, Kathleen, who was born in Missouri. There was a lot of border crossing between Iowa and Missouri in those early days in my ancestral lines. I knew about John but for some reason had failed to add him to my family history program. So I have been bringing that up to date. If you would like to transfer the memorials to my care that would be fine but I am also perfectly willing to leave them with you if that is your preference. It looks like they are in good hands.
|Scrib & Barb Kelly||Dorricott Graves|
Thank you so much for the wonderful photos of my Dorricott ancestors.
Your time and effort to get these for us is very much appreciated by our family!
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