|James Snow (#47007479)|
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I have been a family researcher since high school (although my most intense work has been in the last twenty five years). I research the following families: Amber, Church, Colbert, Crist, Disbrow, Freeman, Gettys, Gier, Hatfield, Kanable, Musser, Parks, Pool, Scott, Snow, Worthington, and also maintain a large group of non-kinsmen memorials (take a look; you may be related!). Find A Grave has been a great opportunity to find and link ancestors and kinsmen! When a memorial I maintain has a grave stone photo, the spelling of the name on the memorial will conform to the name on the grave stone; any other info will be in the bio (that's the way it is). If you have any other info that you would like added to any memorial that I administer, please use the 'edit' tab. I ask that you please not use my photos without my permission. Family and person photographs posted by me are either in my possession or donated to me for my use. If a family member wishes to have a memorial that I have created removed, please contact me and I will remove it. I post obituaries per Find A Grave guidelines only. Please be certain that your photo request is not for a duplicate memorial. Always remember the two most important words in the English language - 'Please' and 'Thanks'. HONOR OUR VETS WITH A FLAG!|
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|Bruce Sonner||Richard Carl Galer|
Thank you for the great photo of Richard Carl Galer. I appreciate your service to Find a Grave. I would like to please request posting your photo to my tree in Ancestry and crediting you as taking the photo. I am somewhat slow in giving you this thanks for the photo, but I have been experiencing computer problems and have a tremendous backlog!
|Nancy Ritter Rau||RE: David Gottlieb Koerner, Jr|
Thank you so much for the info on what cemetery David was buried in. Thank you for all the photos of stones, memorials and other info you have added to memorials.
Again thanks for volunteering for findagrave.
Great pictures !! I added two more memorials that I requested pictures for. One I think is the twin to Florence Clara and the other I think is for a set of twins that passed away at birth. I didn't know if the book you have has got any dates on the infants. The twins may have been from Christian's second wife. I'm not sure. thats what I was needing dates for if you have it. Anyway, thank you so, so much for all of this.
Added by Tim on Sep 21, 2014 10:53 AM
Great picture !! James, since you are there, do you know who might have the records for the burials at the cemetery and contact. It might would have the answer you posted about Sophie. Thanks so much for helping our family with this picture !!
Added by Tim on Sep 19, 2014 9:54 AM
|Michael Hootman||Hootman Headstone|
Thank you for the photo! It's perfect. Mike
|SkipWest||Harriet Fry's gravestone|
Thanks so much for taking and sending the subject photo. I am working on my wife's family history and that will make a great addition. Your effort is deeply appreciated by us both.
H.B. "Skip" Westfield
Added by SkipWest on Aug 30, 2014 9:52 PM
|Charlotte Smith Muir||RE: Callender Memorials|
Thank you so much! I do appreciate it :)
|Flutterby||RE: Ira and Leola Braun|
Wow. Thank you for that research! (Another family member and I were both trying to figure it out, but a remarriage didn't cross our minds.)I very much appreciate that you took the time and made the effort to share the information.
|Danny Wilber||Mary Crist|
Thank you for your information and your help. Information posted. Thanks again.
|Ken Robinson||RE: Files at Shaffer Cemetery|
Yes, the Files' stones were all in a row. Walking north the stone for James A. and Mary, was first. The stone for Susie, was next, near a large cedar tree and the two infant stones were on the north side of the tree. You can see the infant stones were in disarray. I can only assume that both stones had the short spire that is laying at the base of the tree. However, one is missing. Ken
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