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George, thanks very much for going to the cemetery and posting these photos. With sincere gratitude, Bill
|Bill Horten||RE: two photo requests at Parkwood|
George, I totally understand about the rain. No problem, let's wait for good weather. Thanks for asking. It is Lot 191 in the Locust Section. You should find two graves - Edward Bernard Engles Sr. and Jr. Ed's wife Margaret was cremated. Thanks, Bill
|Bill Horten||two photo requests at Parkwood|
Jayar, please notice that I have two more photo requests for my Engles relatives over at Parkwood Cemetery. If you would be kind to go over and take a photo of the headstones for me I would be grateful.
Bill Horten (#47074755)
|Rick Forster||Christian Helfenbein Photos|
Thanks very much for the photos of Christian and Ella. I sincerely appreciate your help. There is nothing like a picture to really help understand these folks and being out of state, I never would have seen them without your assistance. They are great photos. Thx again. Rick
|C. R. V. Hall||Lydia Rose Pierce Sterling grave photo|
The photo credited to you which is attached to the record for Lydia Rose Pierce Sterling, buried in Eastport Cemetery, Baltimore Co., MD, is of a marker w/ the surname Blubaugh. It does not seem to have anything to do with Mrs. Sterling.
Do you have a photo for the grave of Mrs. Sterling?
Just wanted to thank you so much for the photos of the Walstrum graves. We really appreciate your time. Have a great Christmas.
Added by Marie C on Dec 15, 2013 12:58 PM
|Dominique Potier||Alexander Misterka|
Thanks for your picture. Unfortunately I can't say if he was a 17th airborne . If one day you will find his obit could you contact me ?
|M Watson||RE: Barghausen|
You are welcome, and, thank you for passing the info to his family.
Added by M Watson on Nov 23, 2013 4:26 PM
Thank you for taking and posting a picture of Gerald Preston's marker. I am grateful for the confirmation that Mary E. Smith is also buried at Morland Memorial Park and that she doesn't have a visible marker.
|Dennis Gound||Christian, Henry, Ann, and Frank Schilpp graves at Mt. Carmel|
Thanks for looking for the graves. I was afraid that they might be in the section that was not cleared. Hopefully that part will be cleared soon.
Christian Schilpp was my great grandfather; Henry and Frank Schilpp were my great uncles, and Anna Schilpp was my great aunt.
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