|S. Segall||RE: Photo of Ada Cooper Shackley marker|
Hi T Schmidt,
So happy I could help!
|Carolyn (Schmidt) Alves||RE: Memorial Transfer|
I LOVE to find relatives and homes for the memorials I manage, so IF you see a memorial you'd like TRANSFERRED, I'm more then happy to do so, just put in the request via the "EDIT" option.
|D. Gould Hall||Gardenier memorials|
I have sent you an edit for Cornelia Gardenier.
|Bonnie Connolly||RE: Cooper|
Thanks for your speedy reply. I just stumbled across the fact today that my friend, who is a Cooper and I are related through this Gardenier connection. I'm amazed. Can't wait to do more research with her this weekend. I think she has the book and more info than I do. Thanks again. Bonnie
Thanks for posting your info. I found out that I am related to Obadiah, as is a girlfriend of mine. It is exciting today to find out that we are related to each other via Obadiah and Cornelia (Gardenier) Cooper. Thanks for posting on the history of Cornelia. We didn't know exactly what the Dutch connection. Now we are looking for the exact area in The Netherlands that the Coopers came from. Any ideas?
|Julia Milton||Mike Sington|
Thank you so much for visiting my friend's memorial and leaving the beautiful tokens of remembrance for him on his angel day! I deeply appreciate your act of kindness.
|MSB||Coopers at Evergreen, CO Springs|
Hi- I imaged the marker for Anna Pearl Cooper and wanted to let you know that there are three other markers in the same plot. Frank C Cooper, Horace Cooper and Ann Margaret Cooper. I posted images to their memorials as well. Best, M
Added by MSB on Apr 22, 2011 5:02 PM
Just wanted to thank you again for the flowers you left for the Canadian and British military memorials.
Added by Milou on Apr 05, 2011 3:59 AM
|Couple of Gravers||RE: smith marker photos|
You are welcome. It really makes a difference photographing it in the morning.
|Couple of Gravers||RE: Fairview Cemetery/Cooper|
There are two persons named Smith on the other side of the monument, Harriet A. and Viola B. Smith are on the east face of the monument. I didn't get that side of the monument photographed in the morning as I hadn't found the Coopers names on it yet. I had seen the name Smith and passed it by. Later when I saw that the Coopers were on the Smith monument, it was too late to photograph the east face of the monument. Once the sun stops shining on that face of the monument, photographic results are almost illegible. I did photograph it just to get the names, but the results are too poor to post.
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