RE: Allen and Freda Parker I Thank-you for taking the photo of both people on the Marker. As many Contributor's only take a photo of half the maker, with the only name asked for. But with myself not being there, it's wonderful that you do include both member's and in other cases, the other family member's then those of us do not have to ask again to have someone else make another trip to get a photo of the other person or person's. Thank-you again so very much. Mark Thomas
Headstone Photo Thank-you, for taking Your Time & Effort to get the Headstone Photo of Allen Parker & I thank-you for showing Both person's on the Marker, as I now have the Marker photo for His Wife Freda Mae Bowers-Parker.
Thank you for taking the picture of my great-great grandmother's tombstone. If you ever get back up there, do you think you can take a picture of the Wright and Stowell family markers? My dad has mentioned he wants a family marker just like the one his parents and grandparents had and it would be nice to have a good picture of them. The only one I have is a picture of the Stowell family marker in the background.
I do appreciate your help connecting me to my Michigan family.
Thank you so much for providing the pictures of my great grandfather and grandmother. I really appreciate what you did, especially since I am about 2,000 miles away! I do plan to visit their graves one of these days. You are the reason that Find a Grave is so successful!
RE: Roy Knapp Cem Pic There is a pic of the grave stone for Roy & Nellie Knapp, on their memorial pages. I should have been a littler farther to the left, but it is sometimes hard to see the subject on the camera screen because of the bright sun. If you like me to retake the pic I'd be happy to. Just let me know. Ken
You are welcome. I still have more photos I will try to post to these memorials... "plot shots" that show who is buried next to whom. It really helps to unravel some family myths. I have researched some of these folks with my "Findagrave Research" family "tree" on ancestry.com and linked to trees of others researching this family. ALL resources combined help to solve some mysteries. Frances E., wife of WIllim D. Peavey was thought to be Frances E. James... but she was Frances Ellen "Nellie" Palmer. Her father, Wyman Palmer, died when she was young and her mother, Lydia Pearson, remarried to Elisha James. She is buried between her brother, Charles E. Palmer, and her husband, William David Peavey. His 2nd wife, Abbie Frances Spaulding, is buried next to her first husband, John H. Carruth. Her an eye on their memorials. I will be trying to get them updated and linked tohether over the next week or so.