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Marie Kriner (#46838954)
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Bio Photo Hi, My name is Marie. Dora Chapman is my mother. I have a hobby of tracing my family history during my spare time. I live in Phoenix, AZ. If anyone needs a picture taken of the grave in this area, I am more than willing to help. Thanks to I can now put flowers on my mothers grave. I am looking forward to helping others do the same.
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RE: Martha VanDyne
You're very welcome. :)
Added by MarLa on Aug 29, 2014 2:49 PM
RE: Elizabeth Abernathy Cline
Thank you so much Marie. Taking these photos has been so much fun and very interesting. It has lead me to places and activities that have brought me and others such joy. With each photograph you know you have made an impact and difference in someone's life.
Added by CardinalLady on Aug 29, 2014 7:15 AM
RE: Edith Diana Brown
You are most welcome! My pleasure...
Added by wolflady on Jul 30, 2014 1:07 PM
Shirley Hackett
RE: Napoleon B. Howard
You are very welcome Marie.
Added by Shirley Hackett on Jul 12, 2014 10:29 AM
Linda Stockton
Edith Brown
I accepted the photo request for Edith. I went to the cemetery yesterday to get the picture and discovered there isn't a stone for her. I went back to the office to confirm that I had found the right space (Garden of the Christus, Block 83, space 1) Anyway, the office staff pulled the file to confirm there was no stone. There is information in the file that a stone was purchased in 1965, but never placed. The person who purchased a stone is Robert Buffington. There is a letter dated in 2001 that was sent to him but never answered by him. They assume he might have moved or something. Things are rather confusing at this time. We are wondering if you are a relative of Mrs. Brown. Would you please call the cemetery (970-243-3490). I am hoping you might be related and can help them figure out this situation. Let me know if I can be of further assistance. I also gave them your e-mail address. Not sure if they plan on contacting you that way.
Added by Linda Stockton on Jun 13, 2014 8:52 AM
Jason Rebholz
RE: Howard L Chapman, Jr
I'm glad to have helped. Good luck in the future. ~ Jason
Added by Jason Rebholz on May 29, 2014 10:08 PM
RE: William Elsy Dodd, Sr
You are very welcome Marie, I knew his son Bill Jr.
Added by SteveDM on May 27, 2014 5:26 AM
Sharon Topham
RE: Marjory A Nelson
Thank You! I like doing the pictures because of people like you..
Added by Sharon Topham on May 19, 2014 10:51 AM
Jenny Bell
RE: David K. Jones
You are most welcome. It was such a beautiful day yesterday and I enjoyed visiting. Beautiful place!
Added by Jenny Bell on May 19, 2014 8:07 AM
RE: William Elsy Dodd, Sr
You are very welcome Marie glad to be of some help. I was looking at some of your other requests and Martha VanDyne 1854-1936 is buried at Village View Cemetery in Sarahsville, Noble County, Ohio with her husband Levi Vandyne June 8 1854-Sept.21 1936. I don't believe there is a cemetery named Sarahsville, there is Village View and the old Sarahsville Cemetery and a new one called Center Church Cemetery. I have a Howard J. Dudley 1900-1981 buried at Mt Zion Lutheran Church Cemetery in Mt. Zion, Noble County with his wife Hattie 1910-1978, don't have the infant Dudley you are requesting with that date but do have two other infant Dudley's at Mt. Zion Lutheran Church Cemetery.I have a Drusilla Larrick Torgler 1860-1910 at Mt. Zion Lutheran Church Cemetery that I believe it's the Hannah Torgler you are looking for. I have searched Pleasant City Cemetery for the Dudley's you are wanting and can't find a stone for them.
Added by SteveDM on May 19, 2014 3:30 AM
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