|Ardyth & Brad Butler (#47132431)|
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We are avid genealogist on a quest throughout time investigating our family's history and lore. We collect more than just facts, and are in search of any fragment of information that may lead us into collecting more data for our records. Through our research we have already uncovered some significant information from the family legends, uncovering interesting facts that confirms or dispels some of the family lore on both sides of our families.|
Genealogy is a passion of the heart and we understand your need to connect with your loved ones. If we have created a memorial page from volunteer photo requests then we are happy to transfer the memorial to you and/or add information through the findagrave edit features. Genealogy can be a rewarding experience so best of luck on your research and may God bless you.
It is indeed a desirable thing to be well descended but the glory belongs to our ancestors. ~ Plutarch
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|Rebecca R||Mary Kocour/Sr. Beatrice #143083307|
Thank you so much for your photo of my great-great Aunt Sister Beatrice Kocour! Regards, Rebecca
|Nellie NY||Sr. Mary A. Gliha|
Thank you so much for taking the time to go to the cemetery and for taking the nice photo. I really appreciate it.
|Jo "West" Stallbohm||Margaret Ann Clough 105548127|
Did I thank you? Thanks, Jo
|Deb Krueger||Diana Reinke|
Thank you for the photo for Diana Reinke.
Thank you for the effort you made to find the tombstone of Mary Horrigan. Looks like you can't find what isn't there, however I appreciate your efforts.
|Farm girl||Thank you|
I just received your message. Thank you so much for transferring Venus Etter's (39604318) memorial to me. Thank you also for your kind note. Thanks for your efforts on behalf of her by creating her memorial.
I will do my best to continue your good work and make this a lasting tribute to her life.
Thanks for your time and consideration.
|Headstone Hunter||schneider headstone|
in all my travels thru the US and Canada looking for family headstones I think the Schneider monument is the most beautiful one I have ever seen. Headstone Hunter Riga Mi
|Christie ||About Edwud Harris|
I saw that you posted information about:
Harris, Edwad 131071066
b. Feb. 20, 1894 d. Apr. 1, 1952
from the Greenwood Cemetery in Louisville, Kentucky. He maybe my Great Grandfather! I was wondering if anyone was buried near him including one or more of the following (not sure how the name would be spelled because I was told his name was Edward but I was told my great grandmother or father couldn't read or spell so it makes since that the name could be spelled wrong.):
Mariette Harris (her former name Payne (?)and she was married to Edwad)
Willa Harris (one of there children that died at 18yrs old)
Any information would be great!
Added by Christie on Feb 13, 2015 7:39 AM
Could I get a email from you?
|Deborah Kimble||Harry Green|
I have a great, great, great grandfather named either Harry or Henry Green. He was married to Lucy Green maiden name Sager. I was curious if the headstone photo posted of Harry was a familiar person to you and if so... was Harry married to Lucy?
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