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|GRAY LADY (#48054561)|
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Hello Fellow Searchers, |
I am Retired Grandma residing in the Beautiful state of Minnesota.
I have always had a deep interest in History and archaeology which led to acquire interest in my Genealogy so I find it a real joy to connect other people with their ancestors.
Our ancestors had hopes,dreams and deeds that must be preserved for the people of the future.
In the process of gathering information on the grave markers,the only disturbing I do is to locate names,birth dates, and inscriptions.THAT IS ALL. I never use anything that could damage the markers and never add anything to make the markers more Legible. i considering do so is desecration to that persons memory.
I will transfer memorials.
In search of Crocker/Mallery from South Dakota and Minnesota.
Thanks for reading this! <3
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|LaKim||Find A Grave Memorial# 95339030|
You've photographed many of my ancestor's graves, and I really appreciate all of the work you've done!
I am working on the genealogy of some Bennetts in Kasota and surrounding areas, and I have a specific question for a picture you took in Kasota Hill Cemetery for the grave of James Bennett. (Find A Grave Memorial# 95339030) The memorial states that this grave is for a James Bennett who died in 1911, and the grave itself is marked "father," giving the impression that there is a relationship to surrounding graves, but James is not the father of the only other Bennetts in the graveyard, James W, Elma, or Lydia. Do you know what the situational relationship is for this gravestone?
Added by LaKim on Jun 03, 2017 3:09 PM
|Mary Westberg||Photo for John Mayer|
Thanks for all your work on findagrave
|Bob Puw||Harlan Lewis|
This is just a quick note to thank you for your trouble in locating and recording the grave marker of Harlan Lewis.
My relationship with the family is pretty distant as Harlan's ancestors had emigrated from Wales to America in the 1840's.
Added by Bob Puw on Apr 11, 2017 2:35 AM
|D.AZ||Ida and Carl Beinke|
Thanks so much for posting the grave marker photos.
Added by D.AZ on Apr 04, 2017 9:11 PM
|jane austin||Emil Richter|
Thank you for braving the elements yet again to grab this photo of Emil Richter! Much appreciated. I've been out a few times myself, and think that it's much nicer at 75 and sunny with a breeze!
|Stephanie Arrell||graves stones in calvary cemetery|
Thank you for taking care of the grave stones in Calvary Cemetery, St. Peter, Mn.
|jane austin||Kunst Photos|
I'm not too far away from you - in O'Brien County, Iowa - and I have to exclaim: You're out in this weather taking grave photos? You Rock! Thank you so much! I needed this! ;)