|Karen Hall (#47304218)|
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|Judy Froehlich||Lawrence Family|
THANK YOU so very much for the wonderful photographs you took for the Lawrence family at Dighton Cemetery, in Dighton, Lane, Kansas. Your photographs were exceptionally good!
With my sincere appreciation,
|Libby Talley||Thomas Lloyd|
Thank you for fulfilling this photo request. I greatly appreciate it.
|IrishGirl67||Carl William Cheney|
Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph my cousins headstone.
I truly appreciate you taking the time.
IrishGirl67 aka Kim
|Vicki||Benjamin and Virda Gisick|
Hi Karen, Thank you for telling me how your husband is related. Benjamin's brother, John, had a daughter named Edna Lydia Gisick. Edna married my Uncle Dale Cheyenne Deadmond. So Edna is my Aunt. Just thought I'd let you know how my family connects. Vicki
Added by Vicki on May 28, 2013 11:02 AM
|5chandlers||Milo & Greta Clark|
Thank you very much for the photos, much appreciated.
Hi Karen, thank you very much for the excellent photos of Benjamin and Virda Gisick. Very nice of you to take the individual close up photos as well. I sincerely appreciate you taking your time and efforts to do these for me. Vicki
Added by Vicki on May 27, 2013 12:11 PM
|Jeanne Gaumer||Salome Whitlock Hill|
I added the links for Salome's parents- and glad to know where they are buried. Their daughter Priscilla Miller Hill is my ancestor.
Thank you for the pic for the Dickinsons. I have added the memorial for Dorothy if you would like to add the photo for her. Thank you so much.
Added by Sunshine on May 29, 2012 10:14 AM
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Gertrude Sadler|
Karen, Thanks so much for beautiful photo. This is the Gertrude Sadler I was looking for. I appreciate your time in locating and visiting the gravesite. I have added her husband. Please add your beautiful photos to this site--I have put in a photo request. Richard.
|Michael Towers||RE: Hanford Gravesite|
See this reply from the researcher at Cypress Hills:
Lewis Hanford is located in Section 12, Brooklyn M.E. Church Home, Lot 1-91, Grave 459. He was moved from Manhattan between 1854, 1855, 1856 to Cypress Hills Cemetery. I was not able to find Dorothy unless her records were lost when she was moved or she could be buried in another cemetery.
Attached are the maps to Section 12.
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