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Please feel free to use any photo's taken. I know how special it feels to find your relative(s) and there is a photo. If I have entered a memorial and you have a relationship just let me know. I am not here for numbers. I am here to research my family tree and help others. I am researching the following Surnames, O'Brien's, Nash, Simpson, Stein, Vallentine, Gehner, Shofr, and Link.|
Please read the caption of the photos I have posted, if the grave is unmarked or the headstone is missing I will upload a photo of the lot. l will note this in the caption.
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|Pokeypup||RE: Tycer Photos|
You're very welcome. It's my pleasure to take the pictures.
Added by Pokeypup on Jun 15, 2016 4:55 PM
|Stephanie Carpenter||Thank You|
Thank you so much for the photographs of Willis Eagon's two headstones in Oak Grove Cemetery. You picked a beautiful day to help document forever Willis' story.
Your volunteer work is so important. I really appreciate it!
|A Martinez||Thank you!|
Thank you Linda!
|John Helfrich||William Breyfogle|
Thank you so much for taking the time to take a picture of William's grave.
|K. Medved||RE: Vanarsdale Photo's|
You are welcome. Kay
|Kevin Mansfield||RE: W H Derr|
You're very welcome.
|tina gallops||Garrett & Margaret Stack|
Thank you so much for taking the headstone photos for the Lyons, Stack and other related families. The photos are already resaved into Ancestry to help link those people to their final resting place & the ones they held dear. That was very kind of you. I was wondering if you could add the gravesite photo (no headstone, either) that you took of Margaret Lyons Stack, # 157834957 to her husband, Garrett Stack, #157834313??? Garrett died in 1905, 7 years after his wife and it is highly likely that he is buried beside her; since their son, Michael Stack & his wife, Barbara are buried next to her. You indicated that the cemetery did not have a plot # for Garrett. Thank you again.
It is sort of funny, I used to work at JG Castings on Liberty Road in the 1970's and walk through the cemetery to go to McDonald's for lunch. At the time I had no idea that I had relatives buried in these 2 cemeteries. I loved to read the old headstones. My favorite was the large cast Oak Tree with the squirrels & birds in it.
Thank you again & again,
Tina Heiser Gallops
|Delwin Remington||Photos Uploaded|
Thanks so much for your efforts in taking pictures of headstones and then uploading them to their respective find a grave sites
Thank you for taking the time to find out that Lucinda Catherine Flowers Gardner's grave is unmarked.
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