|vickie kennard (#47697852)|
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I'm totally addicted to ancestry research!|
And I appreciate the wonderful volunteers using their time (and gas) for us!
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|Frances Allen Titsworth||RE: Thank YOU!|
Well, thank you, too! I'm glad I could help.
|CAParrish||RE: Thank YOU!|
You are welcome! Cheryl
|KatieABK||RE: Thank YOU!|
No problem. If you would like a transfer, just let me know the memorial #.
Added by KatieABK on Sep 28, 2013 12:01 PM
|Shawna||James Bootes--Naval Academy|
I saw the addition you made to his memorial--that's great! But his headstone says his deathdate is 1916 while the certificate you posted says 1945. Think the headstone is just a typo? Any suggestions or do we just leave as is since you documented?
Added by Shawna on Apr 10, 2013 8:40 AM
|Ed Smith||RE: Thank YOU!|
Your very welcome. I enjoyed the exercise and glad I was able to find it.
Added by Ed Smith on Jan 27, 2013 6:43 PM
|@ngel||RE: Thank YOU!|
You are very welcome, glad I could help. :)
Added by @ngel on Jan 17, 2013 3:57 PM
|Peachy Pringle||Skipeth, Ann, and James Durbin|
I believe they are listed in the wrong cemetery. They are listed in the Find A Grave equivalent of this cemetery:
but they are actually buried in this cemetery:
This is maybe called Myra Cemetery on Find A Grave:
Or maybe it should be a new cemetery altogether.
I don't do cemeteries on private property, myself - but I thought that it might help to know what the problem is.
I believe Ivy and E. B. Durbin are listed in the correct cemetery and I hope to photograph them later this week, if the rain ever stops.
|Louise||Hanson Grave Photo request|
I fulfilled some of your photo requests for the Hanson family buried in Donaldsonville Protestant Cemetery but I wouldn't mind if you put the requests back up. My pictures were not very good. The grave stones are in very bad shape and really need a cleaning. They were almost on the ground and very dirty. I didn't go intending to take your pictures, I just happened to get them. I will be back in about a year (I don't live nearby) and will try for better pictures, but someone else may do better before then.
Added by Louise on Jan 14, 2013 3:13 PM
|@ngel||RE: Thank YOU! (again)|
Vickie, you are all very welcome. So glad I could help.
Added by @ngel on Jan 13, 2013 6:57 PM
|Robin Harris Edwards||James' at Prairieville Cemetery|
I searched the cemetery today and could not find the two markers you requested. (A James and Sarah James) I uploaded photos of Alfred and Mary Ann Elizabeth Story James. Know that there are a number of unmarked graves right in that area which is the oldest part of the cemetery. If you contact the church and ask them to tell you where they are buried, I would be happy to return and take the photos. If you go to the 'home' page here for Prairieville Cemetery, you'll find a picture of the entrance near the storage building and many trees. These graves are just inside that entrance and to the left. (I parked my car, opened the door and there was Alfred James.)
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