|KAREN LOVY (#47428524)|
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You may use my Heastone photos for your own use no need to ask. .I List Related or Not as many as I can in hopes that someone will come across there Loved one . We Volunteers can work together instead of using the "Family First policy of Four Generations". I believe memorials belong with their family.Isn't that why we are all Contributing to this wonderfull site to help others Connect to there Loved ones.|
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THANK YOU ALL VERY MUCH FOR VISTING MY FAMILY AND LEAVING TOKENS IT MEANS ALOT TO ME, AND ALL THE LITTLE ONES
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24th Infantry D..., A AAA American ..., A Family Who Lo..., A. A. Shank, Aaron Gullison, Alice Wells, Allan Stahl, Ann H., AnneBoleynTudor, Annette Foster ..., Anonymous2, Arleta ♥, Audrey Cook, Barbara Hunnicu..., Beverly Kirk, Bill Bodkin, Bill Daugherty, Brian J. Ensley, Cari, Carol Stansell, [View all Find A Grave Friends...]
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|Sheppard2||Boone Family of NB|
Thank you for your work on locating and linking various Boone family members. This is an exciting addition to family genealogy.
Alice in Maine
|Patty Moore||Antoinette Pockey Sudzina|
Karen, the stone you have on line "Antoinette Pockey" is my mother. John is not her spouse. It is her brother. Frank, who is buried in the same spot is their father. Pockey is her maiden name which is the name I chose to put on her stone. Her married name is Sudzina.
Please make the correction.
Patty Sudzina Moore
|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Queer Cemetery|
Because of the location being so remote in the woods it's hard to provide precise directions like any other normal cemetery. The directions I provided on the main page of the Queer Cemetery on this site are the best I could come up with considering what I had to work with. I even knocked on doors on the houses along Rt. 219 and the local residents weren't much help.
|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Queer Cemetery|
Extremely hard. I spent half a day with no luck and had to go back again which took another several hours. It is out in the woods on the side of the mountain about a half a mile off of the main road and nowhere near any main paths, etc. The whole plot is only the size of an average living room and hidden by trees which makes it even harder to find.
That is one of the main reasons I made it a priority to photograph everything while I was there because it was such a pain to get to, and may be hard to find my way back again as time goes on.
Hi Karen - yes from what I have gathered it is a bit difficult to find. Brian J. Ensley (#47190867) would be the best person to check with, as he has actually been there. My photo came from a relative who was there at one time.
|Dana DeMerchant||Thank you!|
Thank you for transferring them <3
|Dana DeMerchant||Henritta E Harvey Demerchant and Percy H Demerchant|
These are my husbands grandparents . I was wondering if you could transfer them to me. Thank you for finding them :)
|oscar aguirre castillo||Transfer request:|
Dear Karen, I would like to ask you to please transfer Adolfo Galvan #85222678 n Olga G. Galvan# 85222684 to me. I just added mem.'s for his parents today n would like to add fam. links n photos also. Adolfo n Olga are aunt n uncle of my nephew Ron Castillo. Thank you , I really appreciate your help.
|Gayelynn||Floy B Wischer|
Birth: Aug. 9, 1907
Death: Mar. 19, 1974...I was wondering if you make me a copy or let me take over My Great Aunts Memorial (80810609)..Thank You for posting this and the work that has gone into it..Thanks Gayelynn
Added by Gayelynn on Aug 21, 2014 6:27 PM
|Cindy (Seifert) Cooper Abelson||Seifert|
Thank You Very Much for the Picture.
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