|Billie||Donald green Jr|
Thank you for adding my uncles grave to the site.. My grandmothner just passed away in August and will now be able to be with her presious baby forever. I am working on adding the rest of my family but thank you for caring about a tiny baby that had no chance.
Added by Billie on Oct 08, 2014 11:49 AM
|Forever in Our Hearts||RE: Grandma Martin|
That is an amazing hand carved stone isn't it? I bet there are stories to tell! I will transfer them to you. Thank you!!
If you are related I will gladly transfer management of Viola's memorial to you - I am not related. I am related to only a very few of the Michigan memorials I've created - I just photograph the local cemeteries when able. Let me know
Added by NkNMOORE on Sep 26, 2013 5:52 PM
No-I know Aunt Esther is still living.
I didn't originally create the memorial. Just ask to maintain it. I've uploaded some info and photo's of the two if your interested.
Added by Candy on Jul 08, 2013 11:56 AM
|Diggin for one||Wilbert Blackett|
Thank you so much for fulfilling my photo request. I appreciate the time and effort you spent on my behalf. I hope the day was a pleasant one for your cemetery walk.
|Hamblin/Keys||Re Nattie Williams|
Any picture is better than non. I appreciate it. Did it say anything special on it? Or just name and date?
|Caroline Krucker||Flemings and Thomas Photos|
Thank you so very much for taking the photos of my family. So very much appreciated!
|Private Eyes||Thank you!|
Thank you for the picture of Phil's stone! I thought you were WookieWifey on the forum side but guess you are not!
Phil graduated with me so this is greatly appreciated!
|Theresa Hollingsworth||RE: Anna and Anthony Zizka|
Yes you can send me a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org
|Robert David Miller||RE: Re: John and Leonard Zakalowski|
Thank You for your very kind words. Tell your grandmother that it was my pleasure to remember the "Lost Little Angels". Tell her if it were not for my research, all these more than 2000 children would be lost to time and forgotten. Now at least, they're out there for the world to see and think about and be remembered. My Indian beliefs are, "That as long as one person speaks your name, you are not forgotten". So guess what, John & Leonard, two lost boys now have two different generations thinking about them, so they are not forgotten. Tell your grandmother that this brings great joy to my heart and made all those long hours of doing the research worth while. Again, Thank You. Sincerely, Robert Miller
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