|Diane Payne||Thomas Edward Thompson|
Thank you!! I will show this photo to my mother. She went to his funeral.
"There are two more stones that I am quite sure are related to yours."
It might be his son Thomas Edward Thompson.
Let me know when you add them. Thanks again!
|Diane Payne||John Thompson|
Thank you very much for taking a photo of John's headstone. Thank you for including his wife. This means so much to me!
|Richard Purkey||RE: Charles E Curtiss|
ARE YOU REFERRING TO THE PICTURE TAKEN IN RIDGEWAY CEMETERY?
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||RE: Ebenezer Curtis|
Karen, I was pretty cautious. I wondered when the deputy pulled
in at the highway dept next door if he was going to ask me what
I was doing there. Not that he had any reason to. He was looking
for someone wanted on a warrant. If they cut down the vast no of
trees in the cemetery it could be photographed far more easily. At
some point in time those trees will die and fall on the stones. But it
costs a bundle to cut trees and they probably have no funds for it
You are very welcome! Glad you like the photo
|sheri anderson||RE: Tony Cemetery|
I hardly ever check my emails...lol! Sorry it took so long to reply!
Please go ahead and send Steve Hurin's bio to me. I'm not sure what happened with the Tony Catholic Cemetery but I'll try and find out what's happening. I have many relatives there.
Thank you for all you have done :)
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||Ebenezer Curtis|
Karen, I did find Ebenezer Curtis by shining the mirror into the wooded
area where Susan was. The beam is limited but it does show the name
and year. I had to be careful because it other mirror positions sent the
beam into the neighbor's window and the sheriff was on the other side
of the cemetery putting a handcuffed man into the back of his car
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||RE: Ebenezer, Rhoda, and Daniel Curtis|
You are very welcome. Sorry!
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||RE: Susan Curtis|
Hi Karen, because perfect photos are my forte. I thought that I put
the photo up via fulfill. I guess I am going to fast with these. You
certainly are most welcome
|Ben G||RE: Frederick Thompson|
Well, at least you can see the piece of land which is his forever. That's why I do this. You're welcome.
Added by Ben G on Jul 03, 2014 6:48 PM
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