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KAB (#47294688)
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Margaret Pickett
S. Taylor
You continue to do great work in photographing the memorials at Ft. Leavenworth! Private Taylor's marker touched me, so I did a little bio of his service and sent it off. Thank you for your inspiration, as well as your skills!
Added by Margaret Pickett on Oct 19, 2014 11:58 PM
Vicki Luzier Stewart
Blemner family
Hi Rudolph and Elma Blemner would of been my Grandmas parents. She was Augusta Sonya Hencke when she passed in 1967. I can not find her her husband was Edward George Hencke he died in 1966 and was not picked up so was told after two years was put in scattered garden. So trying to find out where my Grandma went they say the record is hard to read, and that she is not there. I just thought if her parents and husband was there she might be. Her Son that was my Dad was Richard Neal Luzier who passed in 1990. So my Grandmother was married to an Eddy and had my Dad then she married a Thomas Luzier who adopted my Dad. Then she married Edward George hencke. Did not know if you might have any ideas of where she is. I used all of her names and nothing comes up. My Dad was very tight lipped about deaths I found my Mom after 32 years.
If you could help me it would be great.
My email is
Added by Vicki Luzier Stewart on Oct 18, 2014 8:54 AM
Margaret Pickett
William Bozorth
What a great photo of his marker! You captured it in just the right light--super photography!
Thank you for helping with this project. One by will get done.
Added by Margaret Pickett on Oct 17, 2014 10:17 PM
I Remember When
More Thank you's!
Just another note to let you know my continued appreciation for all your hard work and wonderful photos you are adding to all the Ft. Leavenworth listings on Find a Grave. I wish I was able to be there to help you work on this project. You certainly know how to use your camera to get the best photos!
A big THANK YOU from me again!
Added by I Remember When on Oct 17, 2014 8:36 PM
Mary Ann Loss
Auguste O'Day/John O'Day
Hi there, You were able to add a photo of John O'Day's memorial. Was there a gravestone for his wife Auguste? If not, I'll put a note on her memorial indicating "No stone." I called the cemetery management about a couple of other missing stones/inscriptions for other wives and was told there's a plan for the missing inscriptions. Time will tell. Take good care, Mary Ann
Added by Mary Ann Loss on Oct 16, 2014 5:39 PM
Mary Ann Loss
Fort Leavenworth photos
Hi there, Thanks for your continued diligence with taking photos and creating and completing memorials in Fort Leavenworth National Cemetery. Did you notice that the cemetery is at least 52 percent photographed? Take good care, Mary Ann
Added by Mary Ann Loss on Oct 15, 2014 7:02 PM
Ken Buttry
RE: Nettie Dickinson Betts
Thanks, Her death certificate indicated that she was cremated at Elmwood but I had been let to believe that her ashes were not interred there. I will send you some details on her life to be posted on her memorial.

Thanks again, Ken
Added by Ken Buttry on Oct 15, 2014 11:28 AM
I Remember When
Elliott Washington
Your photo work is excellent. The contrast of that white stone against the green grass really made it stand out! There is so much appreciation for your work at Ft. Leavenworth National Cemetery and all the others you have added photos for.
Best regards,
Added by I Remember When on Oct 14, 2014 8:20 PM
Ken Buttry
Nettie Dickinson Betts
You have created a memorial for Nettie Dickinson Betts. Can you document this? It is my understanding that she was cremated and her ashes spread in Washington cemetery in Kansas City/Independence. She was my wife's gr-grandmother.

Thanks, Ken Buttry
Added by Ken Buttry on Oct 14, 2014 1:44 PM
William Edmond Stubbs
Thank you for the photo addition of my uncles headstone.
Added by Stephenie on Oct 11, 2014 3:14 AM
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