|Pamela Rossmiller-Peters (#47059163)|
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|Researching Rossmiller, Swoboda, Crumb, Hayes, Haase and Haas.|
A BIG thank you to all of you who wander the cemeteries looking for my ancestors. I'm glad we share the same passion!
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|Garren Lee Fulmer||Thanks!|
Thanks for the grave photos. Charles was my Grand Uncle
Happy New Year,
|Carol N||Sanders family|
Thank you so very much for the photos of Rebe, Doc, and John! They are veryuch appreciated! May your holidays and all your endeavors be blessed.
Added by Carol N on Nov 25, 2016 9:07 PM
|KRR||Photos for Whites|
Thank you so much for the taking the pictures. I am so appreciative !!!!!! Thank you for all you do.
Added by KRR on Nov 18, 2016 7:56 AM
|Karen Bryant||RE: Vincent L Morefield|
Wow, 3 jobs! That is a lot of work! I really do appreciate all that you have done already! Curious, Do you have easy access to the death certificates?
|Karen Bryant||Vincent L Morefield|
Hello, back on April 14, 2016, you attempted to find a Vincent Lee Morefield (#132122992) for my photo request. You stated that the office had no record of this person. I was wondering if they might have this person under MOOREFIELD (rather than the 1 "o" in Morefield)?
Thank you for any help in this matter!!! It is Greatly Appreciated!!
|lee martinson||RE: Sven's son|
Yes, Edith was his Mom.
Thank you for the great photo of Svens stone!
|Teddi Kella-Fuller||Bane memorials|
Thank you for taking these photos.
|JMo & BMa||Sheldons/Strongs|
Pamela, thank you very much for all their headstone photos, including Edward's and the "big" rock. Great work and I truly appreciate your help and all the time it took!
|JMo & BMa||Strong Jameson|
Thanks so much for the headstone photo for Janet Jameson, Pamela! I see you claimed the other Strongs in the cemetery, too, as well as the Sheldons. I very much appreciate you helping me and taking the time to do this! I read that in 1904 Henry Strong had a 20-ton red granite boulder moved to the cemetery for use as the family marker and that it took 4 days to get it there. I couldn't find it in newspapers that I have access to, though. I'm curious whether it's true and to see what it looks like. I also hope you can find Edward Brewster Sheldon, the playwright's headstone. The system didn't allow for a photo request, but I would think there has to be one. He's listed as the one famous interment. These 2 families are quite fascinating.
Thank you again. :o)
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