|William Fischer, Jr. (#47039399)|
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|Major, United States Air Force, Retired. Taught high school in suburban Columbus, Ohio, for seven years. Now work as an historian for the National Park Service.|
My posted Find A Grave headstone photos may be used for not-for-profit family history purposes without asking my permission, with proper crediting.
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|helenpatricia||Watson graves at Welborn Cemetery|
Thank you for the information on Watson burials at Welborn Cemetery. Mina and Carlotta (Lottie) had TB and that was the reason that the family moved from Iowa to Missouri. My grandmother Erma was their younger sister. helen patricia
|Kristina (Kuhn) Krumm||RE: Richard Lloyd Herren 32193533|
You wrote: Richard Lloyd Herren 32193533
You sent an update for his parents but his parents have a different surname. If his mother remarried, I'd be pleased to add her, or if he was adopted and kept his given surname, then I'd add both. But I need to know from you what the status was for the different surnames before I link Richard to parents. Thanks very much.
Reply: Both people I submitted as parents to Richard have the surname Herren. I am not sure what you are writing about.
The mother is:
Bertha Marie Bivens Herren
the father is:
George Washington Herren
A belated thank you for the headstone photo you took and added for Agnes Black.
|L Maffett||James and Eliza Welborn|
Bill, Thanks again for another awesome photo. Really appreciate your research assistance.
|Shasta-wildflower||Ella J. Hoobler|
Thank you so much for fulfilling my photo request for Ella J. (Pope) Hoobler #83244881. She would be my 2nd Great Aunt. Thank you again.
Thank you for the photo
|Christopher Ware||photo requests in Welborn Cemetery|
Thank you for the photos!
Your addition of the detailed photo of the inscription to this memorial is very much appreciated. Thank you!
|L Maffett||Richard and Margaret Post|
Thank you for the great photo! Much appreciated.
Thank-you for the lovely photo of Ronald Jones' gravestone. Words cannot express our family gratitude by giving of your time to help our family. You are a true unsung hero. The world is in great need of you. Wishing you health and happiness in the years to come. Thank-you for advancing the knowledge to the next generation. With deepest respect, I am a grateful family member. Gratitude.
Added by Heattown on Apr 11, 2016 3:36 PM
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