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Annie (#47336828)
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Bio Photo I've been thrilled with this site ever since I first visited it. I've used it often for my own family research, and love helping others with theirs. I thoroughly enjoy traveling the countryside, and fulfilling photo requests!
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Hulda Caroline ""Ho Ho"" Boerger Helm
Thank you for the nice photo of memorial site.
Added by Piper on Jul 29, 2016 4:55 PM
Matt A.
Sally Jane Mauch stone photo
Thank you so much for the photo of Sally Jane's stone! It means a lot.
Added by Matt A. on Jul 29, 2016 4:49 PM
P. Jones
Stella Lucretia Burger
I would like to thank you for the photos of the three Burger graves in Nebraska. Stella was my Grandmother's sister. Thank you so much !!
P. Jones
Added by P. Jones on Jul 29, 2016 12:14 PM
Cheryl Mueller
Minnie Fredericksen
Thank you so much for the perfect picture of Minnie's headstone. I truly appreciate it!
Added by Cheryl Mueller on Jul 29, 2016 9:20 AM
Cindy Spargur Blevins
James & Wilma Peters
Thanks so much for the headstone pictures for James & Wilma! I appreciate it!
Added by Cindy Spargur Blevins on Jul 29, 2016 8:24 AM
Photo request
Thank you so much for fulfilling my photo request for my uncle and aunt in the Ainsworth Cemetery. It is much appreciated!

Added by Genevieve on Jul 29, 2016 12:56 AM
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James Hughes - 2nd Larger Stone
Hi, Finding an ancester, James Hughes, Find A Grave# 18242124, I see you took a couple of photos a while ago of the stones. Unfortuneately, the shadow on the larger stone and resolution of the download which isn't really your fault, causes it not to be readable when pulled for inlargement. I was wondering, not knowing your physical location to the cemetery, whether you could go back and get another shot of the 2nd stone you shot & re-post over the original shot, but now without a shadow, and could you "touch"/change the contrast to help read the info on the stone. Looks like the letters are cut on a dull gray slate and will not "project" the letter images that well? Good luck and keep me aprised... appreciate your time. Looking fwd to the info off the stone... KC
Added by IAWA Images on Jul 26, 2016 7:04 AM
Fran Determann
Conrad Reutzel info
Annie the Margaretha Reutzel in Sutton Cemetery, you said her bio states she was wife of Conrad. Can you send me a copy of that bio? This is my husbands 2nd great grandmother and Conrad was to have moved to Kansas to live with dau. he must have died there but nothing in findagrave. The dau. and her husband did move back to Nebr. and are buried there, but no Conrad born 1831. Thank you for your work.
Added by Fran Determann on Jun 19, 2016 11:11 AM
Jennifer B
RE: Vaclav and Cathrina Sramek
Hello, I passed your message onto a relative who has researched Srameks. She replies "The Vaclav in Atkinson is our Vaclav's first cousin. He was born in 1846. They are grandsons of Josef Sramek. Vaclav in Atkinson came over with his wife, but I'm pretty sure her name was not Catharina. They had a young daughter, who apparently died. Then they had another daughter who married a Dvorak, I believe. I have tried to communicate with one of their descendants, but they did not respond. There was one other Vaclav Sramek, but in the Chicago area. People have made him my grandfather in their family trees. To clarify, the Vaclav in Atkinson is NOT our Vaclav buried in Immaculate Conception." Maybe this will help answer some of your questions??
Added by Jennifer B on Jun 14, 2016 1:28 PM
Fran Determann
Conrad Reutzel info
He was born in 1831 in Germany and also his wife Anna Margaretha Horr Reutzel.
Added by Fran Determann on Jun 13, 2016 12:50 PM
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