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Whatever happened to those expressions called "PLEASE & THANK YOU" ? I rarely hear those words on this site anymore. If this keeps up, I'm calling a Knuckle-Dragger Alert.
Today you are the oldest you have ever been, and, the youngest you will ever be! Ponder on that for a moment my friends.
Amazing but true this is...... I am a volunteer and know very few of the memorials I have entered. Total strangers are they to this simple fellow. Other than that these people are deceased, that is about all I can share with you.
Are there ghosts in the cemeteries? You betcha. I am thinking about writing a book about Ghostly Cemeteries I have visited. It has gotten so bad, I now wear double strength Depends. (I don't want to Pamper myself.)
Do ghosts believe in people? I think they do!
Saint Annes Cemetery
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|Meridee D Dunn||Nettie Nichols|
Thank you so much for the quick correction of her grave entry and for linking her entry to her parent's entries.
Meridee D Dunn
|AlongTheWay||Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Buffalo, MN|
Thank you EVER so much for all the headstone photos you taken and added to memorials in Zion Lutheran Cemetery. I appreciate your edits to correct or add missing dates, correct spellings, etc. Also, I see you've added so many more memorials for this cemetery. Thank you for your time and efforts.
Hello, I would like to thank you so much for adding my grandparents grave pictures. I have never been to their gravesites. May God bless you!
Dear Larry, Thanks for the quick attention to the edits I sent, it's appreciated. I like your bio. & philosophy, likewise. Happy Halloween. A fellow family researcher--Lily
|Bob & Sandi Hamilton||Gerald Dean & Helen Johnson Erickson|
Thanks Larry for transferring Gerald Dean & Helen Johnson Erickson over to me.
|Evie (Greer) Schipper||Autumn Greetings to you|
I don't like old man winter. I don't think you have to worry about a crisis coming for the lack of cemeteries. It does seems we have to worry about public officials that want to relocate cemetery inhabitants so they can build apartments and parks.
Have a happy Halloween.
|Evie (Greer) Schipper||Thank you.|
Hello Larry, Thank you very much for processing the edits I sent just yesterday. I know you are ALWAYS dependable to get things done asap, but that was speedier than any overnight express.
Thank you friend.
|Rose Gondek ||Henry Gothmann|
Thank you very much for taking a photo of his headstone. May God bless you!
|jane austin||Saint Paul, Sheldon|
I just wanted to stop in and introduce myself now that you've been edit-bombed. :) My husband and I decided on the spur of the moment to find Saint Paul's yesterday (I had failed twice before), and as long as we were there, we thought we'd take a few photos. The photo rate was 24% and one thing led to another and the next thing you know, we had photographed the entire cemetery.
I started to take a brief look at what was left, but honestly, I was fried by that time, so I didn't get far. I think we do have some dups there, and I know at least one was dumped there (I already found her real grave and notified the contributor), but I still have to go through them.
Mostly, I wanted to drop you a note to say thank you for all of your contributions which made the photographing go faster. For the most part, the memorials were accurate. I think I'm going to find some spelling errors in those without photos because I know that we took a pic of everything there.
Of course, some aren't great. The beautiful trees make photographing a challenge. But photos can be reshot for esthetic reasons. I'll never leave a grave without a photo, and I may well come back and reshoot it when I have some time on my hands.
So thanks for laying the groundwork for our successful walk yesterday. And THANK YOU for processing all those edits today. I am double checking my work now, so you may get a few more. My husband may be working on some of his, as well, but for the most part, the deluge is over.
Thanks for doing what you do with such skill and grace. It's definitely much appreciated!
Now back to St. Pat's when the weather stops acting like it's late November! :)
|Harold & Bonita Meier||73640150 Job Finch|
He was married to Isabelle Patterson 10/2/1881 her whereabouts? In your spare time can you fix your robot it doesn't work . I only typed it 3 times and lost it . Find A Grave ISN'T doing its maintance I guess.
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