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CSW (#47639230)
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Nearly 40 years of genealogy research and cemetery tromping. Glad to help where & when we can.
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 • 111 Memorials Added
 • 131 Memorials Managed
 • 1 Memorial/week
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jackie territo
I fulfilled your photo request. I also added another picture. Their grave is near the Vanderbilt Mausoleum so I took a wide shot of the grave to include it. You can delete it if you don't want it. Have a nice day.
Added by jackie territo on Apr 23, 2014 4:18 PM
Linda C. Driscoll
Mabel & Nellie Horto
Thank you very much for photographing these memorials. They were part of a sensational murder case, which can be found online. It was quite interesting. I am researching the husband's family. His parents lost 8 children within a three year period to small pox. After reading the case, I have no idea whether W. F. Horton was guilty, or not. Very interesting reading, though, and learned a lot about both families.

The first article I found was here:

And there were articles several times/week from that point on until W. F. was found innocent, as described in the Dec 24th edition of the paper.

Thank you again,
Added by Linda C. Driscoll on Jun 20, 2013 6:29 PM
Lloyd Castner
RE: Herbert Hardie
Thank you for taking a photograph of Melva and Hubert Hardie. Melva was a "real find". I did not know where she was buried.I have added that information to the family tree and Find A Grave. I have made a photo request for Melva so you should be able to add your photograph. Thank you very much. It is individuals like you that motivates me to take tombstone photographs in my area of Nebraska. Thank you again
Added by Lloyd Castner on Jun 20, 2013 8:40 AM
Thank you so much for the wonderful photos of the headstones for little Willie and Harry. I'd heard that James & Lorena had 2 children who died young, but until you found their markers I had no idea who they were. So this is terrific new information.

As to the others buried in the Booker/Campbell plot, I think Jeremiah, is probably Lorena's brother, Jeremiah Booker, who was with the group of Bookers who came with the Campbells from Maine to Winona. I'm not sure how the others might fit into the puzzle, but you can bet I intend to find out!!!

I was wondering if you could email me the photos of the headstones for Nelle, Jeremiah, William & Jane? Since I'm not sure if their surnames are Campbell or Booker and how they fit into the family, I'm reluctant to create memorial pages for them. Having the photos would be a great staring point for my research. My email address is:

You've been a tremendous help, and I can't fully express how very much I appreciate all you've done for me. Thank you so much.

Added by Dech on May 15, 2013 8:15 AM
Kathy W. Johnson
Sinclair photos
With much appreciation for fulfilling this request. It is nice to add the additional children that were unknown before this photo.
Added by Kathy W. Johnson on May 14, 2013 7:55 PM
Christy Hendrickson
Alice & James Rigg
THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU, I really can't thank you enough for taking the photos of my Great Grandparent's headstone. My Dad would have been so happy to know we found them, & have a photo. You are awesome. I hope to make it there someday to see in person, but right now I'm happy to have the photo, it means so much. God bless you for all you do, Margaret (Rigg) Hendrickson
Added by Christy Hendrickson on May 08, 2013 9:10 PM
David Dye
Jessie Farsman Hatcher memorial page

I have a small correction that you may want to consider for the Jessie Farsman Hatcher Find-a-Grave memorial you created and manage. Jessie's mother's maiden name was Susan Lalanne Stettinius (dau. of George Stettinius and Caroline Veronique Lalanne)

Susan's sister, Mary Nell Stettinius, was my great-grandmother.

It is my understanding that Susan Lalanne Hatcher is also buried in Woodlawn Cemetery in Winona. If you had the time and the inclination, I would greatly appreciate it if you would consider taking a picture of her grave. I have a very nice photograph of Susan that would be a nice addition to a future Find-a-grave memorial for her.

David Dye
Santa Fe, NM
Added by David Dye on Sep 18, 2012 4:36 PM
Lizzie Griffith
I took a picture of Lizzie Griffith's stone today. You might want to know that she's double-listed on Findagrave with Memorial #78218929.

The stone is a four-sided stone with Sarah Arms, K.L. Holbrook, and Sarah J. Holbrook. At some point I'll add the others to Findagrave, but if you wanted to added them sooner and request photos, I have them.
Added by khops on Sep 06, 2012 4:10 PM
Roger Vick
Photo Requests
Valley Memorial Gardens will not release any information to walk-in's so if you want photos taken, you have to call the office and get the plot information and then post that on the memorial. Then it will show up on the photo request. Because they won't cooperate with us at the cemetery office, you will not get any photo requests filled until you post the plot information.
Added by Roger Vick on Jul 21, 2012 6:19 PM
Thank you
Thank you so much for the photos that you took for me this past week. You fulfilled five requests for tombstone photos of the soldiers of the 27th Iowa Volunteer Infantry (Civil War): Samuel Hemenway, Charles Maxwell, John Strohm, Horace Strong and George McKee. I appreciate you documenting the headstones of these Civil War Vets more than you can know. Thank you.
Added by Elaine on Jun 06, 2012 6:23 AM
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