|Garry Piiparinen (#47487501)|
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|I am a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and have a great interest in family history. I would love to help others who might need some photos of graves/cemeteries in my area.|
I am also a 4th grade school teacher. I am married and we have five children and live in Evanston, Wyoming. I grew up in Michigan.
I would be happy to transfer any memorial I have created or delete it if the family wishes.
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You are very welcome. Sometimes when we are searching for one thing or person strange things turn up. I hope that everyone would pass-on possible errors.
Hi Garry, Thanks so much for the transfer and your message. I'm sure a few of the other Martins are in the same family group. As soon as I get to them, I will send you another transfer request. Thanks again.
Added by DLMc on Nov 07, 2014 5:26 PM
|mickyo||Morris Family transfers|
Hi Gary -
I am back in the swing of doing findagrave and hope I can start attaching the site #s you have given me.
Also, would you please transfer the following Morris family members to me -
Thurza B. Morris Memorial# 70384000.
As well as her husband Thomas E. Morris
Dorothy Morris Memorial# 69547474 and her husband
Floyd Morris Memorial# 69547431
Drusilla S. Morris Memorial# 68998126 and her husband Franklyn Morris Memorial# 68998075
Thank you again for all of your hard work and dedication.
Micky Cook Odenwalder
Added by mickyo on Nov 06, 2014 6:00 PM
thanks for the transfer
Have a great day
|Leslie Lawson||RE: Matson name - WLMP|
Thank you so much for your efforts! You are appreciated!!
|Bobs your Uncle||Annie Bateman Morrison|
Thank you so much for your quick reply!
Have a great day,
|LaRee White Engel||Ann Quillinan|
Do you have her husbands name?
|LaRee White Engel||Jeffrey Tasi|
I would like to have the birth day....
|Chesnut/Behunin Descendant||THANK YOU|
Garry I want to leave a Public THANK YOU. Recently I was wandering the Evanston Cemetery, looking for one of my Obsessions. Victims of the 20 March 1895 Almy Mine Disaster. I had gotten myself completely lost, looking for one stone, with 8 or 9 Names.
I soon knew I was in the wrong area but I love wandering, so I thought I would have to find it with Cemetery Office help the next day. My previous trip the Overseer, had impressed me with How well he knows every stone I asked for and there were A Lot of family.
Garry was there and asked me if I needed help finding someone. I told him and he took me RIGHT TO THE STONE. Clear across the cemetery from where I thought I was.
He did not stop there. He translated the stone for me. Which described how these men died in English and Finnish.
The next morning we bumped into each other again in the Cemetery Office And he went in search of anything HE COULD FIND on the mine. AND opened the Family History Center in Evanston so I could copy what the Fantastic Evanston Cemetery Sexton allowed to take His Almy Cemetery book to copy.
My husband has Large portion of Direct and many indirect family buried in both Evanston and Almy Cemeteries.
Garry you went far above and beyond being kind.
You suggested the Museum and as the library was closed that day, I went there. 2 ladies there, amazingly kind and they printed up everything they had for me. Diving deeper into a copy of the book you found for me.
Before leaving town, I spent a few hours at the County Library, I have not gone through everything yet, but I think I may have found some original sources.
Garry YOU are a big reason my recent research trip was so Successful. though you did nothing to cure the goose bumps I get every time I dive into that event and my family's connection to it.
THANK YOU SOOOOOO MUCH
Thanks so much for the photo of Avard Booth's memorial stone. Appreciate the time you spent to locate and upload the photo.
Added by Jennie on May 25, 2014 3:22 PM
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