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|seth matthews||Dane A. Mullen|
I'm wondering, if you'd be willing to transfer Dane A. Mullen's page over to me. He is my wife Miranda's Brother, and nobody in her immediate family have an account on here
if you could make this happen, we'd be greatly appreciative
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My user number is (#49139865)
|Mark Johnson||Ann JOHNSON Thomas|
I see you took the marker photo for John E. Thomas (1808-22 Sep 1891). My Ann Johnson (20 Oct 1830-20 Apr 1850) married John's son James Martin Thomas Jun 8, 1849 and she passed away during childbirth. I'm trying to locate her gravestone during an upcoming trip to Zanesville next week. Might you be able to give me a general location to the "Thomas's" burial area within the McConnelsville Cemetery to ease my search. Thanks for any help! =)
The photo for Donald is greatly appreciated.
Added by Sue Lapp on Jul 04, 2016 3:32 PM
Angie....thank you so much for your time in photographing the grave stone of Emmett Cramblit. Most appreciated!!!! Dee S.
Added by Dee S. on Jun 12, 2016 5:13 AM
McConnelsville Cemetery; Arthur W. Morris Just wanted thank you for taking the headstone photo. Much appreciated
Added by 47260756 on Sep 25, 2015 11:31 AM
|David McNally||Arthur, Ethel & Sarah Anderson|
Thank you so much Angie for taking the time and trouble, especially at the holidays to go out and photograph and post their gravestone. I really appreciate it.
|Lois H.||headstone "Grimes"|
Just a big thank you for a stone photo & a Merry Christmas to you.
Added by Lois H. on Dec 19, 2014 5:48 PM
|Rootslady22||RE: Helen Gheen Stone location?|
I put the location of her stone in a flower note on her grave. You are more than welcome to copy it and put it on her memorial.
|Rootslady22||Helen Gheen Stone location?|
Helen Newton Gheen's stone is definitely a new one. The funeral memorial card that I posted on her memorial states that she was cremated. Obviously, you took the picture and then created the memorial. Would you happen to be able to give me directions to where her stone is buried at Malta Cemetery? How close is she to my husband's grandfather, Harry Gheen and his second wife Lola?
|Leona R. (Lodge) Duncan||Eli Matson|
Thank you so very much for the picture of Eli and his wife, Lucy's headstone! I really appreciate you taking your time to locate and take the picture for me, as you know, with the price of gas it is hard to travel now a days.
Have a wonderful day and enjoy!
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