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Mary Shackleford-Blume (#47342154)
 member for 5 years, 5 months, 20 days
Cynthia Winn Cowley
RE: j shackelford
Are you asking about Hamp and Joyce's? If you click on the picture, it gets larger. If you can't, I can type the info for you. I can see it. I unfortunately don't live near this graveyard...I was visiting when I got these pix.

Added by Cynthia Winn Cowley on Nov 21, 2014 10:41 AM

David Wright
RE: information
Thanks for your note.

My experiences with the contributor you mentioned have not met with much cooperation either but it looks like, in this case, everything was done as one would hope. He transferred the grave photo to your memorial and deleted his duplicate.

All's well that ends well, I guess.

Best wishes

Added by David Wright on Dec 23, 2013 7:50 AM

Susan Ing
RE: Sayer memorial
Go to the memorials in question and use the edit button and ask for a transfer. It links me to you and the memorial at the same time. You never gave me memorials numbers.

Added by Susan Ing on Sep 02, 2013 4:55 AM

B.J. Waters
Photos
Hmmm, that's strange. I thought I created a memorial for Susanna and added the photos to it. Now I see that there is one created by you. I'll add the photos to that one. I don't know what happened!

Regards,
Bonnie

Added by B.J. Waters on Aug 13, 2013 10:06 AM

B.J. Waters
RE: Reich pictures
Yes, I have added the photos. If you need anything else, just let me know.

Regards,
Bonnie

Added by B.J. Waters on Aug 13, 2013 9:59 AM

John Williams
RE: john william blume jr.
Sorry for the delay but explained in an email to you. I did not update the information as I thought you might like to do that. Glad you will be able now to link family up. Take care.

Added by John Williams on Mar 02, 2013 9:01 PM

Don Green
RE: Owen and annie dennis

You're very welcome for the photos, Mary. Glad I could help out !

Don

Added by Don Green on Feb 26, 2013 10:17 AM

Cristy
RE: blume grave sites
No problem. Happy to transfer! Thank you

Added by Cristy on Feb 11, 2013 5:05 PM

Cristy
RE: taking over family sites
Go to edit on each memorial you want transferred. I don't know who you want!

Added by Cristy on Feb 11, 2013 3:43 PM

Susan VanVoorhis
RE: Somm, Kraus, and Carroll
The black block I use to polish the stones is something that was meant to clean grills with. My husband purchased it at Smart 'n Final. I don't know if you have those stores in your area. But, it is about the size of a brick, is black and porous (like pumice is). I believe it isn't as abrasive as pumice. The cemetery workers use them and that is were I got the idea from. I hope you can find one too, the work very nicely. Just spray a thin coat of water and wipe with the black thingy and then wipe with a cloth, then a clean cloth. It is amazing, they look brand new!
All the best,
Susan

Added by Susan VanVoorhis on Aug 19, 2012 12:20 AM

Susan VanVoorhis
Somm, Kraus, and Carroll
Oh yes....I wanted to thank you for providing the plot, space, etc numbers for each of the graves. It really cuts my time down significantly...Many people do not provide that and the cemeteries are sometimes reluctant to give a stranger the directions and so, it can take so much time just to get them.
But, I really appreciate it more than you know. I wish all requesters were as considerate as you.
All the best,
Susan V.

Added by Susan VanVoorhis on Aug 14, 2012 7:46 PM

Susan VanVoorhis
RE:Cleaning Grave Stones
So glad you liked the photos of Somms, Kraus, and Carroll grave markers. I really try to get the best photo I can get, because these photos will most likely outlast the stones themselves. It is so sad that some are disintegrating!

I clean and polish exactly the way the workers at the cemetery do....I sweep them off, spray with some water (from a spray bottle-just plain water) and then I polish with a thing that looks like black pumice. It can be bought anywhere they sell barbeques. They are generally used for cleaning grills. It is a block of this black stuff, reminds me of a synthetic pumice. It works like a charm and doesn't scratch the marble or granite. I wouldn't try it on the other types of stones, but that is the main type out here in Southern California.

Added by Susan VanVoorhis on Aug 14, 2012 7:35 PM

B.J. Waters
RE: more grave sites
Okay, just give me the names and year of death if you know it, and if not, that's okay. The only problems I have ever ran into was when the name was real common. There are over 300,000 people buried there, so if the name is common, there could be more than one or two (like Thomas Smith, John Brown, Maria Garcia, etc.) Middle names would be useful, if you know them, but don't worry about it if you don't know them.
-Bonnie

Added by B.J. Waters on Jul 30, 2012 5:59 PM

B.J. Waters
RE: Kegayama pictures
You're welcome. The cemetery database is a little misleading. There is a column for "Crypt/Space No." but is only used if there is a letter or number involved, for example, "lot 219, grave A" or if in a mausoleum, there will be a crypt number.

Unfortunately, there is a lot of information on their website that was left out. in the case of the Kageyamas, the lot is provided, "Cherry Blossom" but not the lot number or the grave number.

I just go into the office and ask. They will give me whatever I want. (I am a customer of theirs!)

Best Regards,
Bonnie

Added by B.J. Waters on Jul 30, 2012 4:37 PM

Louis M.
RE: photo's
You're so very welcome!

Added by Louis M. on Jul 24, 2012 10:49 PM

Susan Ing
RE: want to add information
Go to the memorial you want to add information to and hit the edit button and tell me what to put on the memorial. you can add photos yourself. If you wish, use the edit button and ask for a transfer and you can have the memorial.

Added by Susan Ing on Jul 09, 2012 6:59 PM

Lorie
RE: did you know my aunt and uncle?
I STARTED by inputting my own family. Of course, that was about 1600 people. =)
Then I just started at the smaller cemeteries around my house (generally within 15-20 miles).
I would walk the rows, take pix of all the stones and create the memorials as needed. Then I started finding burial records online so I input those. If you read my bio, this was just the natural course of things for me. I am still trying to build the foundations for family members to work from.

Added by Lorie on Jul 08, 2012 11:47 PM

Lorie
RE: did you know my aunt and uncle?
Just adding records as I find them. =)

Added by Lorie on Jul 07, 2012 11:48 PM

 
 

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