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|Joan McGoldrick||Leo Benz|
Thanks for the picture and your time. Is this picture from the actual headstone?
|Gayle Foertmeyer Putt||Andrew Irrgang|
Thank you, Mr. Ron, for the photo of Andrew Irrgang. It's great to be able to put a face to our ancestors.
|Sunflower Girl||James E. Gallion photo|
Thanks for posting the photo of James E. Gallion and Sarah, his wife! Are you related to James? If so, I have lots more to share about his maternal side of the family. Please contact me.
|Dave||RE: John T.Bridge Sr.1778-1825|
Sorry but I never noticed your message before about this subject. If you are still around and interested in my creation of this memorial, send another message and I will check more often.
I do have some further references related to John T. Bridge, Sr. that you may like to know but I don't want to put it before the public right now. I also created the memorial for his son John T. Jr. who just barley escaped hanging himself, and that of his daughter-law, Emmeline. They are buried side by side in Delphi, IN.
Added by Dave on Jul 11, 2016 5:14 PM
|Steve L. Easterday||RE: Sophia Trowl Huff Photo|
Thank you. Do you remember which book published her photo? Again, Thanks for uploading the photo.
|Steve L. Easterday||Sophia Trowl Huff Photo|
Thank you for posting the photo of Sophia Trowl Huff at the following link http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=15310968
Sophia is my 3d great grandmother, and Iím thrilled to see her image. I don't want to impose, but I'm wondering if youíve scanned a higher-resolution image which you could e-mail to me. Find A Grave compresses photos, and I'd like to add a higher-quality copy to my genealogy files if possible. I can also scan it myself if it's available in a library or historical society files.
Any suggestions you may have will be appreciated.
|Cheryl Hartley, Harrison||Wells County Book|
thank you I was able to view the book online and found it very helpful. I knew there was a story somewhere about my Great Great Grandfather deserting, now I know where its from! Also interesting information on the Bloxsom family, whom I also am related to. So this was a wealth of information for me.
|Cheryl Hartley, Harrison||Wheelers|
Thank you so much for posting photos of T.W. Wheeler and his wife. Thomas Webster is my 2nd Great Uncle and I had a couple of photos of him but none the age of the one you posted. I'd never seen a pic of Eva McDaniel though and I thank you for hers. She is related to me as Thomas' wife but also the aunt of my Great Grandmother as well.
Im tickled pink to see these pics. May I ask how you came by them?
Thank you. Cheryl
|Nanette||RE: Elizabeth Hannah Eakin Moreau|
I apologize for not responding sooner since September 2015 as my husband passed away and I have not be on Find A Grave until now.
Elizabeth Hannah Eakin Moreau (1834-1900) was my 4th cousin 5 x removed. Find A Grave Memorial # 10063 6350
Her 2nd husband, William Capers Moreau (1834-1874), as you mentioned, I cannot find any search history on Ancestry, so I do not know anything about how he got murdered.
Added by Nanette on Feb 06, 2016 1:17 PM
Thanks for letting me know where the photo came from.
I have left a flower on her memorial stating the source of your photo so future visitors will know.
Could you please leave such information in the caption area of photos that you upload? I notice other people are asking you for information on other photos you have added. Knowing the sources of information is vital for people researching their ancestors.
All your hard work and contributions are greatly appreciated!
Added by pMcP on Jan 18, 2016 8:53 AM
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