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|Gloria Woodrow||Leo Randall (Raskowski)|
We would like to be able to contact family.
|andieno||Elma Pearl Ball Shelby|
Removed the entry that I had made and made a suggestion to add her father.
Thank you for finding my error
Added by andieno on Nov 09, 2014 11:15 AM
|Armstrong History||#59355405 Ludolph A Arens|
I wanted to let you know I was able to fulfill your photo request for:
Ludolph A Arens #59355405
It's a very pretty gravestone - thoughtful words of remembrance with a beautiful image of a harp carved into the stone. I hope I have been able to capture the beauty of the stone for his memorial page.
I noticed your note on the memorial page - was wondering the connection to Lawrence University?? It's such a WONDERFUL place!
|Martin Douglas Packer||MADINGLEY AMERICAN WAR CEMETERY, CAMBRIDGE|
I will try to satisfy your outstanding request for a grave image shortly; best wishes, Martin Packer; [Do not contact ‘Geoffrey Gillon’ about this.]
This is one I need input on-I don't see a Woodland Cemetery in Orlando or Gotha on the cemetery list-any ideas?
|Storres Myers||RE: Raymond Swift|
You are welcome and thank you for acknowledging the photos. I also took GPS coordinates and requested an edit by the owner of their memorials.--Storres
You're welcome. I also posted a picture to his wife's memorial. Martha
You're very welcome. Chris
Added by macso on Aug 10, 2014 5:08 PM
|KP||Mr & Mrs "Charlie" Inman|
Awesome history put on Charles Inman's page, even though I don't know them!...Even a light laugh or two, and the pix are great - nice! - Kathy (KP)
Added by KP on Jun 15, 2014 9:13 PM
|Gemeniguy||RE: Loretta Pierce|
My wife grew up in this hamlet and she said that there is a woman who is buried in that cemetery sitting in a rocking chair. She doesn't know her name or any specific details about it.
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