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|Jo Ann Favelle||RE: Catherine Roach headstone|
Hi Angie! Thanks for the message - my first outing was today and I didn't make it to St.Peter's but I will let you know if I find anything. Did you go in the office?
I took afew pictures from tiny cemetaries, but now that I am home trying to load them, they are going in sideways! So I'm trying to figure out what the problem is - I think its an IPhone problem, but not sure how to correct it on this site.
Looks like you have been a very long time member! I only discovered this website afew months ago when I was searching for a picture of my Mother's grave in Alberta! Someone actually found it and I can't tell you how grateful I was, therefore decided maybe I can help out too. Thanks again!
|Robert Henry Hewitt||RE: Paul Willis headstone photo request|
Your photos are truly stunning and revealing Angie! Truly and honestly. I cannot thank you enough for this. You have a real talent for photography and this makes it all the more a lasting memorial to Paul. I too would like to one day move back to my home town of Sarnia before I am too old. In fact it is one of my life goals. Currently I am about 7 hundred miles away, so we will see. We lived on Murphy Road and I attended Cathcart school and I will always remember Ms Knowles who instilled in us a real taste for reading.
Thank you once again. Robert.
|Robert Henry Hewitt||Paul Willis headstone|
Thank you so much.
I have just updated his bio with more information. He was a native Londoner and his father was a school teacher in London who unfortunately took his own life when Paul was 20 years of age.
I will look out for the photo(s).
Once again, thank you so much for this, it means alot to me even though he died 2 years ago.
|Robert Henry Hewitt||Paul Willis headstone photo request|
Thank you for your message.
I am also a native Sarnian but I have been away for about 40 years.
The current photo I have of the Willis tombstone does not show Paul's engraving yet so maybe it has been done and his name is now on it.
The cemetery coordinates are : W 37 SE 2
It means alot to me as he was one of my closest friends and he was also very involved in helping less fortunate people in Toronto where he lived.
I thank you and I appreciate your effort in this.
Cannot wait to see it.
|L Beacon||R. Cairns|
Thank you so much for taking the time to locate and photograph the memorial for me it is greatly appreciated. I would like to ask your permission to use your nice photo (with proper credit) for a WWII project I am working on, I hope you will not mind, please let me know if OK.
I know some already give permission on their profile/bio but I still like to ask and make note as profiles can change over time.
Thanks again for all your efforts in fulfilling my request, Cheers!
Added by L Beacon on Aug 24, 2016 7:19 PM
|Jim Macey||Johnson family|
Thanks for the great photo of the headstone of Charles Johnson. I also used your photo to create a memorial for his wife, who was also on the stone.
|Laurie||RE: Beames Headstone|
Thank you. She was related in some way; I am still trying to track down which of the brothers was her father.
Added by Laurie on Aug 24, 2016 11:42 AM
Thanks for the awesome pictures. It is someplace I will never be able see on my own.
Added by Laurie on Aug 24, 2016 10:57 AM
|Laurie||RE: Beames Headstone photos|
Thank you. I am working on putting my Aunt's research online, and find a grave did not exist 30 years ago. I am lucky if the cemetery is listed in the research.
Added by Laurie on Aug 24, 2016 5:34 AM
|Laurie||RE: Beames Headstone photos|
Sorry, I do not know.
Added by Laurie on Aug 23, 2016 5:13 PM
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