|B.J. Nelson (#46864554)|
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I'm a native of Longmont, CO. I'm been interested in genealogy for almost 50 years but I did take time off to raise a family. Research is much easier now then it was 30 years ago. The Denver Library and Federal Archives are not far away and that has been a help. |
When I started taking photos my husband didn't come but after a visit to a cemetery that was on a one lane road on the side of a mountain he was hooked. The markers were very old and very interesting, so now he willing walks around a cemetery with me as we locate the markers that were requested. He trims the grass and pulls the weeds around the markers to be sure I get a good photo. We also stop and visit relatives and friends and look at interesting markers. The two remarks on markers I have really liked are "This is the only stone she left unturned." and "I told you I was sick."
You have my permission to use headstone photos that I have posted for your genealogy record.
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|Greg Hansen||Chase Hansen gravestone|
Thank you for taking the time to get the photo of my nephew's gravestone.
|Connie Carroll||RE: Anthony LePore/Verna LePore|
BJ, Thank you so much for the great explanation. I believe I must have missed that it noted 'no marker' on Verna's memorial. Thank you for your efforts! From the looks from your picture, everything must be very overgrown right now. Thanks again! Take care, Connie Carroll
BJ Thank you for all of your help with obtaining headstone photo from the Mountain View Cemetery in Longmont. I appreciate all that you have done for me.
Added by PDay on Aug 12, 2016 5:40 PM
|PDay||Leinweber Headstone photo|
Thank you for the photo of Brandon Leinweber's headstone. It is really pretty with all of the flowers that are planted around it. I appreciate all of your help.
Added by PDay on Aug 12, 2016 5:13 PM
|Carrie Babish Bockelman||RE: Tursick & Major|
Thank you for your help. If you number them 1-8 I would Like 1-2-7-8. If you have time. Is this source open to the public or just thur requests. A little back ground on my famliy. The came from Austria/Slovenia and most the men worked in the coal mines. My Grandmother's brother Joe Major was killed at the Imperial Mine in 1937. They lived at the Puritan Camp at what they called the Whitehouse. I bet your job is real intersting. Thank you again, Carrie
|Carrie Babish Bockelman||RE: Karol Tursic|
Thank you for looking. I have his death certificate and it sayes Mt Olivet, I believe it must be the one in Wheat Ridge. He was living it Denver at the time of his death. The Tursicks and Majors are also our family. Most of them were buried in Longmont. They were miners. I was wondering if you might know where I could reseach newspaper like the Farmer and Miner on the web? I am working on our famliy tree. I went to web sites for Firestone, Erie and surrounding areas. Found some intersting history there but wish I could find picture and news articles. Thank you again. Carrie Bockelman
Thank you so much for filling my photo request. I do appreciate it.
|Betty L. Schmidt||Thanks|
Thanks for the memorial photo for Anton Kopp.
It is greatly appreciated.
Hi BJ. Thank you very much for getting this photo, as it is very much appreciated.
|Peggy Bargen Duey||Mountain View Cemetery|
Thanks so much for fulfilling my photo request for my 2nd great-uncle and his wife, William H. & Elizabeth K. Siglinger. I greatly appreciate your time and effort!!!!
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