|Charlie Powers (#47036134)|
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I was born in McCook Nebraska. Graduated from Trenton Nebraska in 1965. I was married in 1973 and first wife passed away in 1992. Remarried in 1994 and moved to McCook. Worked for Burlington Northern R.R for 31 years, getting a railroad disability in 2002.|
My mom got me started on genealogy about 4 years ago. She passed away 1-27-2012, in the El Dorado Manor Nursing Home, in Trenton.
Anyone wanting to use my photos, may do so.
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|Sheila Acker Dryer||Willard Acker|
Many thanks for fulfilling my headstone photo request. I certainly appreciate your time and effort!
|Tom Ledoux||Barzilla Lampman, Culbertson Cemetery|
Thanks for the great gravestone photo! Tom Ledoux
|jack||Leda Hill and Marg Hill|
Thankyou for taking the photos of the headstones for Leda and Marg Hill. really appreciate your time and effort.
Happy Anniversary Charlie, Jack Brown
Added by jack on Jul 28, 2016 5:44 PM
|Beverly Barham||Photo request fulfilled|
Charlie, thank you for providing a photo of James Arthur Gunn. And, thank you for all you do for Find A Grave. Much appreciated! Beverly Gunn Barham
Thank You very much for taking all of the photos for me.. It was much appreciated.. Enjoy your summer.. Try and stay cool..
Added by Eric C. on Jun 26, 2016 5:23 PM
|Gary Mowrey||Mollie (Propp) Waterman & Isaac|
Thank you for the headstone Photo for Mollie and her husband.
Your Volunteer time service to help others is greatly appreciated.
|Ephemeral Rio||Jack Blauvelt|
Thank you for photographing Uncle Jack's grave marker.
|Doris Christensen||THOMAS HAINE|
Thank you so much for the quick response in filling my photo request for Thomas. It is greatly appreciated.
|Lisa||RE: Henry Skelton|
Thank you for your courtesy...so appreciated! Lisa
Added by Lisa on Apr 21, 2016 5:05 PM
|David Lee||Bonnie Jean (Beachler) Weskamp Grave|
Thank you for taking a photo of the gravestone of Bonnie Jean (Beachler) Weskamp. She was a half sister of my wife's mother.
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