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Denise Morrison-Fritz (#47645518)
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Christine Masterson
RE: Fritz Family
Yes, I am... I forgot I had asked you before I was just going back looking at our Fritz family.
Added by Christine Masterson on Aug 26, 2013 11:18 AM
Christine Masterson
Fritz Family
Hi, Are you related to Birdie Fowler Fritz who was married to George Fritz?
Added by Christine Masterson on Aug 25, 2013 8:21 AM
Mo and Dave Gates
Hi, I don't have very much on this line of my family but yes Ruby Inez (Hodges) McLaughlin B. 12 Mar 1898 Kahoka, Missouri and D. 12 Sept 1930 in Clark County, Missouri is Maxine E McLaughlin's mother. Her father's name was Raymond M. McLaughlin B 12 Mar 1897 and D 14 Feb 1954 also in Clark County, Missouri. I am related to the Hodges family and can go back a few generation on that line if you want but don't know much about the McLaughlin family. Your Maxine I have as my 4th cousin. Hope this helps. Take care, Dave
Added by Mo and Dave Gates on Apr 11, 2013 6:25 AM
Denise, you are most welcome. That little Miwok cemetery is quite unique and beautiful, although a melancholy type of feeling when you are there. Have you ever been? There are so many "unknown's" and undocumented, both above and underground, it is quite sad, although I felt honored to photograph and document the entire burial site, both for the mass grave Miwok as well as the formalized burials.
Have always wondered about the Zoppi's and hope you can help me with a question. The cross that is to the left of Henry Sr. and Henry Jr. looks like they all belong together, but there is no name or inscription on the empty cross. Would you happen to know who is interred there, or if it was meant for someone else and that person is buried elsewhere? I have documented it as "unknown 'twenty tree'.
Anything else you know about the cemetery? Thank you! Colletta
Added by Colletta on Apr 10, 2013 10:12 PM
RE: Cooper Photo
You are most welcome!!
Added by Liz on Sep 05, 2012 10:14 AM
How to request photos
You asked a question about how to request a photo fom out of state.
To request a photo of someone else's grawvestone, click on the little box on their page (right side "Request a Photo." That will pop up a little window where you can add a message and let you know how many volunteers are registered for that area.
The request will be sent to the 10 closest people who have signed up as volunteers. It will also show on a list by zip code for anyone who checks that zip code.
Then, when the photo has been taken, the photo volunteer will click a box to let Findagrave know and you will get an email that a photo has been posted.

Added by RainbowLady777 on Jan 18, 2012 8:45 AM
Desert Wind
RE: Fritz Markers
Hello Denise -- You are very welcome! Glad I could help! -- Laurel
Added by Desert Wind on Nov 29, 2011 4:18 AM
Glenn and Tracy Morrow
RE: Permission to use photos
Sure, no problem.
Added by Glenn and Tracy Morrow on Nov 23, 2011 8:35 AM
Linda McCallister Smith
RE: Message from my son who is doing our family tree and we are related!
Denise, so great meeting you. Please email me at I've sent you and your son invitations to get to my tree. You are invited as a contributor and can see living people. I am looking for any and all information on the Freeby/Fuquay family. They are so very elusive! Please keep in touch! Linda McCallister
Added by Linda McCallister Smith on Nov 20, 2011 2:22 PM

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