|Marsha Liston Bradshaw||RE: Liston transfers|
Almost connected! Isn't it great all 4 sisters are buried together !
|Marsha Liston Bradshaw||Liston transfers|
Thank you... much appreciated
|Marsha Liston Bradshaw||Transfer Request|
Hello Katherine and thank you for your work on Find A Grave. I am hoping you can do me the favor of transferring my great great uncle and his wife to me. They are:
Joseph B Liston # 16122374
Lucretia Dick Liston # 16122397
Thank you so much,
Marsha Liston Bradshaw
|Laura Bailey||Elizabeth Case Royce photo...|
Thank you for posting the photo of Elizabeth's gravestone.
|Robin Arvickson||Nelson Wagner|
I'm working on a volume of grave locations for veterans of Co. M, 15th NY Heavy Artillery. Could I have your permission to use the picture you posted of Nelson Wagner's grave in this compilation? I will cite you as the source.
|Pat J||Old Jeff cemetery|
I sent you an email via my email@example.com email address. It might go into spam, so please look for it.
Thanks, Pat J
Added by Pat J on Oct 17, 2014 3:36 PM
|Phineas A. Gates||RE: Sarah Ann Plain Sims grave|
That was a really great thing for you to do for Sarah. Sarah was the sister-in-law of my 1st cousin 4x removed Mary Dick who was married to Sarah's brother Jacob L Plain.
|Phineas A. Gates||Sarah Ann Plain Sims grave|
Wow thank you so much for the great photo of Sarah Ann Plain Sims' grave I have had the request for a while and another find a graver reported it as unmarked it looks like a fresh new stone, I'm thinking you didn't put a stone in to fulfill my request. It just goes to show never give up the search.
Thank you for taking a photo of her headstone for me. It is greatly appreciated.
|Paul Rasmussen||Harvey W Buddenhagen|
shows wife's maiden name as Boyle, but it was Doyle. Dot was my mother's younger sister.
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