|Jennifer Barnett||RE: Debbie Rosamond|
Well that never occurred to me. Duh.. Thanks for helping!
|Jennifer Barnett||Debbie Rosamond|
Hello. You posted a picture of the entrance to the cemetery where my mother is buried on her memorial. Did you know her? Did someone request it? If you didn't know her, and no one requested it, why did you post it? I'm not offended or meaning to be rude, I'm confused. It's just that I am new to Find A Grave and trying to understand how things are done. I am actually grateful that you posted it. Seeing a picture of a cemetery a family member is in gives a better image, a "feel" of their final resting place than just the headstone does. So thank you for your picture. Jennifer
|ida daniels||James & Jennie|
Thanks so much for taking the picture of their stone and posting it to their memorial.
You are so appredciated
Thank you for the beautiful photos.
|Diane Pedersen||Billy Summers|
Thank you for going to the cemetery and trying to locate a headstone for him. I really appreciate you taking time to do this for me.
|Janie Johnson Wrhel||Theodore and Sarah Fleming|
Thank you for taking the time to take the Pictures of their Headstones.. It is Greatly Appreciated.Janie
Thank you for taking and posting the photos for the Durgans. Most appreciated. ~Janice
Thanks a lot for taking a picture of the Sekera gravestone for me, I really appreciate it!
Added by Hbowden on Jul 09, 2014 2:30 PM
|GLENDA EISENHOUR||RE: William Moyer|
Wow! That sounds like my kind of adventure, but I'm glad your dad was able to go with you. Being alone in some of these country cemeteries makes you feel pretty vulnerable sometimes. Thanks again.
|GLENDA EISENHOUR||William Moyer|
Thanks for your efforts to locate and photograph his marker. Sorry one was not located, but it is possibly an unmarked grave. Appreciate your help.
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