|Fern Gilliland Greene (#47483768)|
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I was born in Yakima, Washington, and have lived in the Yakima Valley all my life...a 3 generation Washingtonian. I have been interested in genealogy since, my great-aunt Elsie, put together. a book of our family genealogy. I've been hooked every since. This is a great site to display, pictures, and memorials, and I get to take pictures, another great love of mine. |
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|RM||Thank you for the Baker Grave Marker photo|
Thank you for the photo and postings of the grave marker for W. Andrew and Cleo Baker.
My parents loved the Yakima Valley when they visited Cousin Cleo in the 60's.
Added by RM on Mar 15, 2015 11:38 AM
|History Seeker||Headstone photos for a Estella and Alva Merrill|
Thank you so very much for photographing and posting the headstone photos for Estella and Alva Merrill. Your photos make a great addition to their Find a Grave memorials.
|Gerald "Jerry" Hobson||Eberhart, High Valley Cemetery|
Thanks so much for the Eberhart marker photo. I appreciate your help.
|Ron Shrack||Martha Jane Houser Laughlin|
Thank you for posting the picture of Martha Jane Houser Laughlin's burial foot stone on her findagrave memorial page.
|Ron Shrack||Josiah D. Laughlin|
Thank yoiu for posting the picture of Josiah D. Laughlin's burial foot stone on his findagrave memorial page.
|bluebanana||John Wayne Clark|
Thanks so much for your help in taking the photo. Super fast. Really appreciate it.
|C. Crabtree||Thank you|
Thank you very much for uploading a photograph of Marian Crabtree's marker. I deeply appreciate it.
|Sally Medlen Bishop||Minerva Alice Hawley Archer|
Thank you for the headstone picture. It is appreciated.
|Byron D. Lawrence||Taylor Gravestone Picture|
Thank you very much for the above picture. You are a real credit to the Find A Grave community.
Fixed it thanks
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