|Kevin & Robin Spence (#47214908)|
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|We have been doing genealogy research for over 30 years and enjoy helping people connect with others. I work for myself and travel the entire state of Oklahoma so special requests can be acted upon if I'm in the vicinity. My husband likes finding the grave markers also, he lets me take the pictures though.|
If we take a picture of your relative and you want the memorial for it, we will happily transfer it to you.
To transfer a memorial you want, first pull up the memorial. On the top of the page is an edit button. click on that and a suggestions page will come up. Ask to have the memorial transfered and I will transfer it to you if I'm not kin also.
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|Paula Boutwell Kerr||RE: John A Herring|
You are most welcome!
|Ken Dickey||RE: J Burrow picture|
You're most welcome. I found it odd that the only thing on the stone was his name. Both sides of the marker are completely smooth otherwise, with no indications that anything else was ever there. Ah, those great mysteries!
|Mary Agnes Hammett||RE: Taylor/Gilbert family|
I will add these to my separate list to go back when it is a little dryer. Keep checking back.
|Mary Agnes Hammett||Re: Claude L Taylor request, Roselawn, Baton Rouge, LA|
There is an Alvine Gilbert Taylor 1891-1990 next to this Claude. There are some Gilbert's in the same area but there is too much water on the stones to read them. The area will have to dry up some to get good photos. Should you need clearer, better photos, please do not hesitate. Should you want photos of the other Gilberts, please let me know and/or make requests. Thank you.
|Jose||Memorial# 73852461 and # 49531167|
I am not part of the family or tree; I am working on this Phillips family for research. I noticed there are two memorials for James and thought I would mention it to you. Your memorial is just for him, while the other one is for him but also for all the men who lost their lives in the 1912 mine explosion in Oklahoma.
I think both memorials should remain but a note could be put on them pointed to the other memorial.
Find A Grave Memorial# 49531167
Find A Grave Memorial# 73852461
I came across the two when doing a FamilySearch search. https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QVKP-3ZLT
Jose from Clarkston, Michigan
Added by Jose on Jan 17, 2017 4:16 AM
|Michał Stanisław Klimczak||RE: Eva Clark|
My pleasure. Happy New Year!
|Darrell Landrum||Duff Family|
Sorry to bother you again, I should have looked at the listings in Presbyterian. There are no other Duff Family on the Presbyterian page. I will go ahead and create memorials for all of them, post the photos I took and will transfer the memorials if they are your family.
|Darrell Landrum||Daniel Duff photo request|
There is a Duff Family Plot in the location stated on your memorial for this gentleman, but sadly there is not a marker in there for him. Records for a burial as recent as his are not accessible to the public, so I cannot confirm his resting in that plot. There is a gentleman with a name similar to his that I would assume to be his son resting there along with another gentleman who's date of birth is close to his. Again, I assume, that to possibly be his brother? It would seem that he (Daniel) would be resting in this plot, but there is no marker.
|As Time Goes By||RE: James Helfrich|
You are most welcome. I go to that cemetery frequently. At one time there were a lot of volunteers but they have realized how time consuming being a volunteer photographer can be and so requests get backed up. I didn't want to let that happen and have taken up the "call" to get the list caught up you may use that photo in your research and writings as you wish.
|C. L. Hines||RE: Bertha Loard Foster|
It is a fun thing foe me, like taking pictures.
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