|Rhonda Tincher (#47956358)|
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Aarnink, Ahlemeyer, Alley, Altemiller, Anderson, Arnold, Bain, Boone, Bostas, Buis, Bunten, Campbell, Cook, Cooper, Fledderjohn, Goodwin, Hendrix, Huckriede, Hunsicker, Hurst, Kerschner, Knipe, Knoll, Lewallen, Lisby, McIntosh, McKeehan, Mikolaitis, Myers, Neier, Noll, Pierce, Pritchard, Roach, Routt, Rubeck, Schenck, Schopmeyer, Seiser, Sonnefield, Terry, Tharp, Tincher, Van Cleave.
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|Wildcajun||Frederick, Howard & Doris|
Thank you Rhonda for taking a photograph of Howard and Doris's Gravestone. Your effort and time are greatly appreciated. Phil
|maureen voll||Ellen Rae Snedeker Williams|
Thank you so much for adding my mother.
Thank you Rhonda
Added by Dseiser on Nov 11, 2015 7:37 AM
|fay osborne||RE: Kathie Jones|
She was my twin!
|fay osborne||Kathie Jones|
Thank you for adding Kathie Jones to Find A Grave,
Thank you so much for your photos, Rhonda! I appreciate you photographing my great-grandmother's headstone. It solved a mystery to me of where she is buried. Thanks again!
Added by April on Oct 31, 2015 6:00 PM
|Shirley Bradley||Photo Request - Scobee|
Hi Rhonda - Thank you for your time and work - the photo is great.
|Harrison Pierce||Galloway transfer|
|kdxdot||RE: Mary Wenzel|
Added by kdxdot on Oct 22, 2015 9:54 AM
|Melody Mattingly||Eberwein Headstone|
Thank you so much for taking a picture of my Great, Great Grandfather, John Frederick Eberwein and his wife, Caroline Eberwein's headstone. A few years ago I went to Cottage Hill Cemetery and could not find their headstone. I have searched for years for their headstone and more information on them and now I have it. You don't know how grateful I am to you for these pictures. Plus I saw that there is a water spigot near their grave and it is right by the road. So, this gives me lots of new info to find it the next time I am in Brazil.
With much gratitude,
Melody A. Mattingly, grandaughter of William Franklin Eberwein.
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