|Wendy White (#46488441)|
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Life-long Utah resident (non-LDS). I am happy to fulfill photo requests anywhere in Salt Lake County.|
I will transfer memorials that I have created IF THEY ARE NOT MY BLOOD RELATIVES OR THEIR SPOUSES.
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|RickC||RE: John and Sabina Yeager|
You are very welcome. I think many volunteers try to avoid big cemeteries, especially if there are a lot of names being requested. This cemetery was large, but easy to walk through. I still need to go back and finish looking for a few more markers.
Added by RickC on Jul 26, 2014 4:55 AM
Thank you. I linked her to her parents! I love your bio pic!very cute.
|Marcia1061||RE: Wildermuth - Obetz Cemetery|
You're quite welcome -- always happy to help. Glad you like the photos; my husband is a retired photographer and I get his hand-me-down equipment, so it's kind of a cheat. ;)
|Judy Mayfield||Rebecca Lambdin|
Yes, You may use my photo for your ancestry trees.
Wendy, I am happy to "squeeze in" all the edits you can provide. That's what this is about.
Added by Kevin on Sep 18, 2012 4:02 PM
|Nancy Riddle||Bush/Davis family|
Linked and made the edits you requested. The portrait of Rebecca Bush Davis is simply charming. Best regards.
|Dee Dee McHenry||RE: Joseph Graham|
I don't think the snakes are out yet, thats why I was brave enough to give it another shot. lol...there was a rabbit that shot through the cemetery, all it took was hearing it move to make me scream at the top of my lungs. I'm glad the bunny was non poisonous!
|BjJ||RE: John Trotter/Oak Ridge|
Edward is buried in the Enos Ground, so that has to be him. Records show him as Edward B, 1y 3m 11d. Others in that plot (besides the adults that you know already) are several infants and children. I had the original lister add the info that I found so their records are now correct as can be for now. Any of the Trotters marked as the plot being "Enos Ground" would be ones you'd be interested in. (Cemetery named that particular part of the cemetery the "Enos Ground" because Pascal Enos is buried there, one of the founding fathers of Springfield.)
Added by BjJ on Mar 17, 2011 4:46 PM
|Memories From The Mist||RE: Crumrines - Wyoming cemetery|
Glad to help!
I had taken the photo in much warmer weather...
Here is our gallery of photos... http://illinoisancestors.org/cemphotos/main.php
|Glenn Fleming||Leon B.Green|
Thank you so much for transfering Leon to me and for adding his memorial in the first place.Because of people like you others are able to "see" family they never even knew they had or otherwise would never have been able to visit their resting place.Your work is much appreciated.
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