|William & Mary Kelly (#48173952)|
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My wife and I have been married since 1989 and are proud parents of four wonderful children. We enjoy driving around Iowa learning about small communities and interesting places. When we are traveling we like to play a road game with the kids. Part of this game is calling out when you see a graveyard. Now that we have joined FAG, I bet we'll now consider stopping at each graveyard instead of speeding passed.|
We are available to take volunteer photos for the following Iowa counties; Boone, Hamilton, Greene, Story, Dallas
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116385412, Anna Roach.
This couple are buried in Summit Grove cemetery in Calhoun County Il. I was doing the work on that cemetery and found your posts.
Here is the link to that cemetery. This is verified by the Calhoun County Cemetery book 2011, provided by Calhoun County Historical Society.
Take care, CC
Added by Cheryl on Mar 11, 2016 1:05 PM
Thank you for such a prompt response! I didn't expect to maintain the site but will do so. I am sure you have lots whereas I have very few to keep tabs on. I added individual pictures for John and Helen. The family picture is too large so will have to be reduced further. It ended up on its side - very awkward for viewing.
Your work is appreciated. Thank you for documenting. It is so helpful for family searches.
Added by Smith, J on Feb 03, 2016 6:39 PM
|Smith, J||John & Helen Eatwell|
I have an old family photo of this family. My great grandmother is in the photo. Each family member was photographed individually and their photo was then placed in a large composite photo. It is about 18 x 20Ē but I recently had it reduced to a format that can be scanned easily. I would like to add it to the Findagrave entry for John Eatwell. You have the children listed so the picture would fit nicely.
I didnít want to be presumptuous and insert a picture and have you wonder who in the world did that!
I will wait until I hear from you before I do anything.
Added by Smith, J on Feb 02, 2016 4:23 PM
|Paula Cain||Antioch Cemetery, Pike Co., MO|
Hi! I noticed that you created a memorial for John T. Burris (1844-1909) #116347524. You don't have him buried at Antioch Cemetery in Pike County, MO, but he is. He is my Great-Grandfather. I just posted a picture of his tombstone. Thank You for taking care of this.
thanks so much for fulfilling my photo request for Vernon Stockdale, it is greatly appreciated.
thanks, take care, karen
Added by Mamma2 on Nov 28, 2015 4:10 PM
|Calcat||William Ostin Hutchings|
Hi there - I just wanted to let you know that I copied the obituary you posted in the flowers section to the bio. for William Ostin Hutchings and added your names as the people who contributed it. It is possible that it may have been removed from the flowers section at some point and I didn't want to lose your information! Thanks for contributing that obit!
Added by Calcat on Nov 21, 2015 9:59 PM
|Joanne Vaughn Baty||Judy and Larry Dreyer and infant daughter|
Hello William and Mary,
Thanks so much for the clear photos of the above mentioned tombstone (Judith Stevenson Dreyer and Lawrence Dreyer and their infant daughter).
Seeing the inscription "Daughter of L & J", who were obviously Larry and Judy, is very touching.
Joanne Vaughn Baty
Los Alamos, New Mexico
Thanks so much for the nice stone photos of Laurel and for taken the time to find his grave.
Added by zoey on Nov 08, 2015 5:39 PM
Thank you so much for your help in posting the photograph for me. So appreciated! Lisa
Added by Lisa on Nov 07, 2015 8:18 PM
|Stephany||Gravestone Photo Thank you!|
Thank you so much for the gravestone photos of Mary McGeehan and Sarah Grabenhorst in Bluff Creek Cemetery in Yell! They were the missing pieces to their family website.
I assume by their stones that they were connected to the larger stone of their parents Frederick and Sarah Grabenhorst who are also buried there. Do you rember if that is where they were?
Thanks again for taking the time to find the gravesites and photograph them
Added by Stephany on Nov 07, 2015 7:24 PM
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