Recently started exploring my family tree. Looking up Boughter, Rohrer, Fox, Treadway, Bechtel & others in South Jersey and Pennsylvania. I can take some grave pictures at nearby cemeteries, especially Eglington in Clarksboro.
Arthur B. & Jennie Montgomery 10442457010442 I recently visited my gram pop and gram moms grave site and took a wonderful photo of the headstone with flowers. I would like to replace this with the one you took. Thank you, God Bless
Kenzler memorials in Eglington Cemetery Hi Frederick: Thanks so much for your recent posted photos to the memorials for Silas Vernon Kenzler and wife Alice Emma (McCleery) Kenzler in Eglington. I just want to thank you for fulfilling my request in such a prompt manner! It is much appreciated. Bruce #47425897.
RE: Augusta Johns Fred, thank you so much for taking the photo of Augusta Johns' grave for me! She is my great aunt. William is her husband, and thank you for adding a memorial for him as well. I'd be grateful for the transfer, but since it's not within the guidelines I understand if you prefer to keep his memorial. Is there anyone I can help you with in the East Tennessee area? Thanks again! Christine
Richard Kimble Hi Fred; Thanks for photographing Richard Kimble's Gravestone. I wasn't sure if his wife Virginia was interred there so I appreciate that you created the memorial for her. If you would transfer it to me, I would be glad to provide some additional information. Again, thanks! Steve Keefe (#47185593)
Deborah Davis Thanks so much for the transfer of my Great Aunt Deborah. You have no Idea what it means to me. I thank you for your efforts to take the photo for me.I hope you and yours have a great New Year.
William Davis Frederick thanks so much for taking the photo of the grave of William Davis and his wife Deborah in Lake Park Cemetery. Deborah is my great aunt I see you put her memorial on findagrave. Would you consider a transfer to me? if not I understand but when I put her husband on findagrave I wanted to make sure she was with him before I made the entry as he was her third husband.
Photo of John Bradley Stephens John Bradley Stephens was the first and only Persian Gulf War Casualty from Hamblen County Tennessee. In order to complete a memorial on His Military career I need a photo of him. Any thing you can do would be appreciated. Doyle W. Smith 740 S Liberty Hill Road Morristown, TN 37813 423 587-2263 email@example.com