|Mi Jo (#48019037)|
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I will be happy to make corrections and add additional information on memorials. The quickest and most efficient way is by using the edit tab. I will be glad to transfer memorials under Find A Grave's guidelines.|
Please feel free to use any photos I have taken and added to your family memorials for your use.
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Glad to help. It takes us all to keep updates going when we find information. What a great tool for families looking for genealogy information. Thanks for all you do!!!
Added by Elkco on Oct 20, 2014 8:49 PM
|Carmen Stoops||RE: MAY D BROOKOVER|
A genuine "thank you" for such a prompt response in photographing May's headstone. It will be a nice addition to our family tree history.
|Linda Lung||RE: Woodland|
Thank you so much for all your help. I deeply appreciate your dedication to those of us who are eager to explore their ancestry. Take Care. Linda
|Ron Roberson||Rebecca Groom|
Thanks very much for trying to fulfill my request for a photo of my great-great grandmother's grave. The fact that it's unmarked was unwelcome news, but I appreciate your effort. And I really appreciated you taking the time to let me know who else is buried with her at Greenwood. I'll do my best to figure out how they all fit into the family. All the best!
|Brat Douglas||RE: Anthony & Mary Scott|
How wonderfully sweet of you. I would love to have any obituary, thank you so so much.
Thank you for posting the picture of the tomb though. Do you mind if I use it on my Ancestry tree??
Thank you again.
|Trish Lewis||Thank you for all that you do.|
Precious Mi Jo,
As I continue to work with seeking out my kindred deceased, (The Burch Family of Eureka, Greenwood, Kansas, descended from Mary Teresa Wilks (my great grandmother's sister), I am ever, profoundly grateful, for the selfless service you perform by posting the obituaries and grave markers to www.findagrave.com.
Tears roll down my cheeks this a.m. as I learn of James Burch and his loss of his wife Flossie due to the Great Influenza Epidemic of 1918, his infant daughter Betty, and within a short period after that their daughter Beulah and their son Donald.
How do families endure the pain and suffering if not for leaning on the compassion and love of their Heavenly Father and his Son.
Thank you yet again for blessing my life. It is my prayer that the windows of Heaven open and pour out blessings so great that you do not have room to receive them!
I am forever in your debt.
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