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Colleen Gilliam (#47841246)
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Dwaine Desselle
Re: Wilde
You're welcome. Its always an adventure when going to Ft Leonard Wood. I was working in the column section and someone in a truck approached me, so when someone comes to see there loved ones, i turn the camera off long before they are there and i leave the section. i park in another part of the cemetery and wait. as the guys is leaving, he gets in his truck and stays there for about 20 minutes. i got ticked, so i decided to go back to the column section. i was shielded from him, so i started taking the last of the 10 photos i needed. i take 3 photos and this guy gets out of his truck. i shut down the camera again and start searching like im looking for something. He just stood there. i didnt look at him. a couple of minutes later, i leave the grounds completely and come back in 3 minutes. i finish the rest and low and behold, here comes a white truck. i was programming my gps and someone knocked on the door and asked if i needed anything. I HELD MY BREATH. if i would have told him what i was thinking, i wouldnt have been allowed to go back there. It amazes me that those people have nothing better to do with their time. I wonder what happens there on Saturdays and Sundays when no one is there. In closing, i will never film when someone is in the same section as im in, and theres no way for me to know if they are an employee. im a former writer and as you can see, once i get started, its hard for me to stop and i didnt even get to the story of the previous time i was there. take care, d
Added by Dwaine Desselle on Feb 23, 2017 2:31 AM
carol fasc
Newell's at Forest Lawn
Hi...are you sure they are buried here?...not on their database..
http://www.forest-lawn.com/genealogy/locate-a-loved-one
Added by carol fasc on Nov 24, 2016 8:16 AM
stingwray
Clarence Ronald Cook
Terence,
Thank you so much for the Photos. This is my 1/2 third cousin.
Bill Wray
Added by stingwray on Sep 19, 2016 6:10 AM
Lars Snith
You're welcome!
Best regards, Lars
Added by Lars Snith on Aug 20, 2016 8:31 PM
Sharon Kelly
You're Welcome =)
Very happy to have helped!
Added by Sharon Kelly on Jul 26, 2016 12:00 PM
Kim Marie
RE: Marie Hand
You are very welcome. Where the memorial is has several other stones of members of the Hand family in a large square with a old fence around it. If you would like more pictures from it,let me know.
Added by Kim Marie on Jun 30, 2016 5:52 PM
Barbara LeClaire
Fanny Wildey
Do you still have this picture of her headstone, taken at Union Hill Cemetery, Cato?
Can you crop it to read a little closer? I believe her to be Joseph's wife. Thank you for the great work here.
Added by Barbara LeClaire on Apr 30, 2016 6:56 AM
Brandon
Neils
Hi Terence, are you related to Gustave and Johanna Neils who are buried in Duluth, Minnesota?
Added by Brandon on Mar 23, 2016 12:07 PM
P. Eadie
RE: Howard Schott
You are very welcome!
Added by P. Eadie on Mar 21, 2016 5:25 AM
sue sullivan
RE: Emma Harris
you're very welcome-
Added by sue sullivan on Dec 01, 2015 9:38 PM
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