|Carol Marchio (#47106540)|
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I am a retired soil scientist/hydrologist who recently relocated to the northwest. My interests include family history, travel, and outdoor activities. |
My genealogy research surname interests include: Coppins, Ludwig, Landgren, Rausch, Miller, Weller, Klopp, Krueger, Marchio, Coble, and Pook.
I am willing to take cemetery photos near where I live and anywhere I travel.
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Thank you Carol for trying to locate the grave marker. We really appreciate all your efforts. Since the grave you were looking for on our behalf did not have a marker, I think my family is going to purchase one. Seems sad to not have your resting place have marker. Thank you!
Added by jb on Mar 21, 2014 8:09 PM
|Dan Convery #46800076||Lybberts|
Thanks for the great pictures of the Lybbert stones. It is appreciated.
|Scott Thompson||Merie Thompson|
Thank you very much for the photo of Merie's headstone! It is a beautiful scene with the tall pines.
What a nice surprise to see the headstones for Ella and Seth ... they are wonderful! Nice to see the additional picture where they are located. Thank you for adding it.
Your kindness and service to our family is
Sincerely Appreciated, Susan
Added by Susan on Jan 22, 2014 11:19 AM
|Barbara Wardsworth||William S. Bowles|
Thank you so much for taking the photo. There just never seemed the right time when we drove to Spokane. The lighting was always wrong.
Thank you again.
Thanks for the photo! LG
Added by Leslie_G on Oct 12, 2013 7:23 PM
|Jerry Stremcha||Philip & Mable Ingold Memorials|
Thank you for taking the pictures for their memorials. Your effort is appreciated.
|Jim Irwin||Olive M. Clark|
Thank you! It looks good to me.
|Wendy & John Corcoran||Ralph Henry Flach|
Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph our family at this cemetery, Carol! Gratitude hugs, Wendy and families
|Jim Irwin||Olson & Gump|
I am researching all the families of the early pioneers buried at the Lone Pine Cemetery in Whitman County WA. Olsons and Gumps were buried there. Thanks for your help.
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