|Bob Rowe (#46904930)|
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I began my family search when my youngest daughter asked me to write down what I knew about the Rowe Family in 1999. I am now hopelessly addicted. There are hundreds of headstone photos in my collection that I just don't have time to submit right now.|
I am a F-A-G photo volunteer for the Saint Paul area.
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Chloe, Dean Weckman, Gary W. Jensen, Gregory Aanenso..., Janine Pellman ..., K. Presley, Maureen, Mookie, Nichole Hogen, S Hemingway, Wendy Carpenter
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Thankyou so much for your quick fulfilment and photo of his headstone. Much appreciated!
Many thanks for the additional information. Today I posted a photo of the vault marker.
Added by EGF on Aug 29, 2015 6:33 AM
|Jill Alexander||RE: Norman Hedges headstone|
I appreciate you finding the headstone of my cousin, Norman Hedges. All of the volunteers to such a good job for all of us hunting for relatives.
Warmest regards, Jill Metcalf-Alexander
|D.AZ||Lois Merie Saxum and James Marshall Wold|
Thank you so much for the grave marker photos.
Added by D.AZ on Aug 21, 2015 8:49 AM
|Donna Yocum||Joel Platt Headstone|
Bob, thank you so much for taking the time to photograph great grandpa Joel's headstone. My family really appreciates the kindness :) Donna Yocum
Thank you so very much for the very fine photos of the Racine markers. You do such a lovely job! I appreciate your help and all of your time and effort!! Jill
Rob, I don't think I've ever thanked you for the photo you posted of Alice Franzen Hamlet's grave. It is very much appreciated!
Thanks for getting Nellie Copeland's headstone picture.
Added by JJH on Jul 26, 2015 10:56 AM
|Scott Sather||RE: Josephine Neumann|
My Josephine M (Lenard) Neumann bought the plot for her husband Wilson's burial in 1946 (in Oregon), so her death would have to be after '46. I just checked his grave site yesterday & Josephine is not with Wilson. The Neumann family is originally from Minnesota and I don't know how/why Wilson got to Oregon...
|Linda||William & Frances Shepherd|
Thank you for adding the photo to their memorials. I'm no relation, but my husband attended the U when Dr. Shepherd was teaching there. His contributions to science were significant, although he doesn't fall under the FindaGrave definition of "famous".
Added by Linda on Jul 23, 2015 5:49 PM
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