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Thank you for taking a picture of this grave marker!
Added by BWiles on Nov 16, 2015 12:46 PM
|Ed Stahlnecker||Wylie Family|
Thank you, Lin, for the transfers of my Wylie family members. It is much appreciated.
|Dianna Taylor||Thank You !!!|
Thanks so much for the marker photo of Maurice F Taylor, I appreciate your time and kindness!
|Vikki Prudden||George Cholnick # 92939795|
Thank you for the photo of the above named memorial. I would like to ask permission to use it in my family history and on Ancestry.com. I would, of course, credit you with the photo.
Thank you again, for the work you do. It is appreciated.
|Stones In The South||THANK YOU|
Thank you so much for taking this photograph of Carrie Hammond's headstone for me. It is very appreciated :)
|Will Chalk||Edward and Blanch Gubser|
I want to say thank you for your time going out to the cemetery and taking the picture of Edward and Blanch tombstone. The picture is excellent. My 3 times great grandma's maiden name was Gubser. I am finding out that all of the Gubser from Campbell County, Kentucky are related. Thanks again and hope your having a weekend!
Thank you for your time and kindness! My Great Grand Bertha Steele!
|Andrea Ballard-Webster||Charles Donald Ballard|
This was my uncle, my father's brother. Thank you for linking him to his family. I see you have note that he was a corp, US Army, Korea. He was one of the very few survivors of Pork Chop Hill. He never talked about it.
|james ellis||Leroy D. Ellis|
I was looking up my great uncle Leroy D. Ellis (b 1918 d 1987) in Grandview Memorial Gardens and found the nice picture you took. My question is this, It looks like he is buried with his wife, but only shows a part of the plate. would you happen to have the other half of the picture or any info on Leroy's wife? Thank You for all your hard work in helping all of us connect with are lost family.
|Teresa Lister||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for full filling my photo request. It means a great deal as it is difficult for me to travel there and get myself. The kindness is appreciated.
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