|Jo Poe||Truman Benjamin "Ben" Howard|
Hello, thank you for your wonderful blog, and all you're doing to honor the Yoo Hoo memory. I never saw your message on Ben Howard's FindAGrave page until just now, sorry, but I am his granddaughter. I would love to get in touch, and get my family involved too; I love the blog, and am going through it bit-by-bit now.
Thank you so much!
Added by Jo Poe on Jun 09, 2016 6:52 AM
|Nancy Clay||RE: JoAnn Woodcock|
I am updating or adding info or I would not have seen it..I am going to add her dad now..I can't find where her mom is buried but maybe I will have that soon!..Thanks .Anytime I can help let me know!
|Nancy Clay||JoAnn Woodcock|
I hate to tell you but your memorial is a duplicate ..the other one is earlier..perhaps you can ask for a transfer?
|Randall McCoach||Photo permission|
Hello. Thank you for your efforts at Find A Grave. I'm writing to ask for your permission to use your headstone photos of my family members with my public family tree at Ancestry.com. You and Find A Grave would be credited. The one I'm looking at is for William Cleveland (No. 69057917), but there might be others. Please reference William Cleveland when responding. Thanks again. -- Randall McCoach, Albuquerque, N.M., MyCatCyd@yahoo.com
|leah granata||RE: Mr. Autrey|
I have sent you an email. Thank you and Mr. Cain we would love to see a photograph of my grandfather.
|leah granata||Roscoe Pete Autrey|
my family would love to see photos of my grandfather if you have them! leah
|Steve Smith||RE: James Brewer|
I have always wondered about the symbol on this grave. I looked this up:
In regular Craft Masonry, the symbol of the set square and compass, bearing the letter G inside is substituted for the Triple Tau worn on the Masonic apron. According to Masonic lore, the letter G stands for the name of their god, and also at the same time it represents geometry. The use of Sacred Geometry is a fundamental part of the mythos of Freemasonry.
I found one to post!
|tricia potter||Robert E. Halstead|
Is there any chance you might have a photo of him? He was crushed between two trucks in Germany, I believe it was. I worked at the cemetery office here in town when I ran across his file and was so hurt there wasn't a headstone for him but I got one ordered and put up. There was even a dedication for him on Memorial Day a few years back.
|Gordy Allison||RE: Sorry|
I worked there for 18 years..
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