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Richard Juhl (#47373923)
 member for 5 years, 8 months, 9 days
Jan Heller
RE: Wm Joseph Faymonville
It was my pleasure. I work 1-2 blocks from the cemetery, so I just leave a few minutes earlier. ~Jan

Added by Jan Heller on Jul 12, 2015 10:10 PM

Cecil Dingman
I got the problem resolved with the two sets of parents. Could you check and see if I got it done properly? Lisa

Added by Lisa on Jul 07, 2015 2:07 PM

Cecil Dingman
I was reviewing family info, and found two Cecil Dingmans. I am not sure which is you have any input. Thanks. Lisa

Added by Lisa on Jul 04, 2015 5:36 PM

RE: Koenig children
Margueretha Koenig 134601077

I checked her stone and all that is on the back is Titus 2v11 inscribed in German. It was difficult to make out the fancy script or I would have included that in the inscription.
A picture is on her memorial page now.
If you are fairly certain that she is part of the family buried in Crown Hill Cemetery in Colorado, you might send me the info to link her to her parents.


Added by Mae on Jun 09, 2015 9:37 PM

Greg Volk
RE: Oscar F. Hagan and Viola A. Hagan
Super! I corrected the cemetery and will request photos for them tomorrow. It would be great if find time to photograph them when it's dry.

Added by Greg Volk on May 26, 2015 7:26 PM

Graveyard Walker
Beasley family in Lafayette
Thanks for catching my OOPS

Added by Graveyard Walker on Jan 20, 2015 2:39 PM

Suzy & Rob
Clara Crouch
OMG - I think we both deleted her at just about the same time. I know my memorial was older but yours was in the right cemetery. LOL - I don't have her info any longer so since you have the photo, go ahead and recreate her memorial. Sorry about that!

Added by Suzy & Rob on Jan 08, 2015 5:11 PM

John LeBoutillier
Denzil Dilman Search and Norma L Search
Many thanks for posting the details and gravestone photos of Denzil and Norma Search. I am doing a one-name study on the Search family worldwide and am most grateful for your efforts!

Added by John LeBoutillier on Oct 12, 2014 3:38 AM

Peg & Lacey
RE: William Curtis Lacey
You are welcome! My only connection to Mr Lacey is that he shares a name with my daughter. Thanks for taking good care of him :)

Added by Peg & Lacey on Aug 05, 2014 10:34 AM

Joan M. Smith
Josephine Mikesell
I love it because it is readable now. I deleted the one I posted because it wasn't. Josephine was married to my grandfather and we know nothing about her. So I am very grateful to you for posting that great photo. Joan in Utah

Added by Joan M. Smith on Jul 27, 2014 10:50 PM

Kyle Middleton
RE: Frank Allen Dunn Sr. @ Crown Hill
Thanks for the reply. My request to have the name Francis associated with his memorial was due to a search for Francis Allen Dunn which came up empty. I found that name on a 1900 Census. I did find a 1910 census that listed him as Frank, which lead me to search by that name. His brother Burton Benjamin Dunn is my great grandfather.

Added by Kyle Middleton on Jun 04, 2014 8:43 PM

Bill and Denise
Candido Miguel Photo
Thank you!! The photo is beautiful!! The girl at work is VERY happy. You did an outstanding job!! Thank you again.

Added by Bill and Denise on Jan 13, 2014 6:03 PM

Glenda Ragan
John Gordon and Etta McCloud
About the crows on their headstone's. These are some of my favorite pictures. I have captured all kinds of wildlife at the Auburn cemeteries. Even one of a turkey on top of a black granite headstone. Squirrels, a variety of local birds of the Sierra Nevada Foothills.

Thank you for the compliment.
Hope you have a Happy Holloween!

Added by Glenda Ragan on Oct 28, 2013 12:31 PM

Johnston Hurst Shannon
RE: James Doyle #3525393
Thanks, Richard for your note about your photo. You are quite welcome to repost your photo if you'd like.
I have been unsure if the gates at the National Cemetery are open during the Gov't closure. I should have time to find out tomorrow, but I'll have plenty of markers to photograph.
thank you -JHS

responding to:

Sorry, I uploaded a photo for him a couple of weeks ago, not realizing that you had claimed him from the request list. So I deleted my photo today...please add yours. My apologies. Richard
Added by Richard Juhl on Oct 16, 2013 12:34 PM

Added by Johnston Hurst Shannon on Oct 17, 2013 2:30 AM

Tom Brocher
Golden Gate National Cemetery

Hi Richard:

I just wanted to let you know that I am very impressed by the photos you have taken of the markers for this cemetery! I have posted nearly 30,000 photos for this cemetery: I humor myself into thinking that I have become somewhat knowledgeable about how to take a good photo there to optimize the legibility of the photos....

I'm impressed that you seem to have mastered all my tricks in much less time than it took me!

I'd be interested to know if you might be interested in helping us to systematically photograph (or post photos for) the entire cemetery. We've made tremendous progress over the past 18 months and now the cemetery is nearly 50% photographed. Every month or so we post another 3000 photos... My bio contains more information on the project. We could use a good man like you!

Thanks again for the good work you have done on the cemetery!


Added by Tom Brocher on Aug 24, 2013 3:00 AM

Anthony and Jessica King
RE: Charles and Grace Segerlunc
You are very welcome. It was our pleasure. We were a bit surprised to see such a big stone and in such good shape, given their death dates. Impressive!

Added by Anthony and Jessica King on Aug 21, 2013 10:53 AM

RE: Pam O'Brien grave photo
Received the uncropped picture and will go with it -- it's a magnificent shot that depicts more majesty in the markers. I'll keep the other in my genealogy but the original shot is great for the book. I will credit you and again I thank you for taking the time. It must be a wonderful cemetery. I have recorded a small one here in Canada and the day I did it was hot and dusty with dry, dead grass prickling me. Not a place of comfort and serenity like where Pam's grave is. Pamphilus was apparently an ancient saint. A number of the Irish have used that name and also Tobias and Cornelius frequently shows up in that line.
Thanks again for your thoughtfulness and picture-taking-expertise!

Added by Taurlego on Aug 07, 2013 10:16 PM

Pam O'Brien grave photo
Dear Richard
You are an angel! Thank you so very much for taking the picture of Pamphilus's grave. I'm writing a book about this branch of the O'Briens and have little information and only one picture for Pam so this is very exciting to have some kind of picture to put in Pam's chapter. Than you very, very much!

Added by Taurlego on Aug 07, 2013 1:45 PM

RE: George Bell @San Francisco Nat'l
I use the website "Veridian Digital Library" to access digitized newspapers. For the link see:

When research Presidio, I would only opt for the SF Call, rather than "All newspapers" ... Go to "search", then advanced search and enter the name "Joe Jones". If you know the death date (Say Jan 10, 1902), I opt to include 10 Jan 1902 through 20 Jan 1902 in the fields that are accessible. Good hunting!


Added by Adriana on Feb 25, 2013 7:37 PM

Wild West Division
Joseph A Kenney
Richard, Many thanks for the fine photo you took at San Francisco National Cemetery for Joseph A Kenney on January 19. Excellent work! My apologies, too, for not thanking you sooner.
Warm Regards,

Added by Wild West Division on Feb 08, 2013 1:21 PM

Joseph M. Woods
Thank you for taking the photo of Joseph M. Woods. I am collecting info on all the Spanish American War veterans from Floyd Co., IN. When finished, I will be sharing the info with the local library and the web site of the Sons of Spanish American War Veterans. May I have permission to use your photo. I will be sure to give you credit. Thanks again, Douser

Added by Douser on Jan 03, 2013 8:47 PM

RE: Horace A. Edmonds @ SFNC
Hi Richard!
I'm distantly related to Horace Edmonds and his family - Horace was the half-brother of my great-great-great-grandfather. So if you'd like to transfer his memorial over, I'd certainly be willing to take it on. Thanks again for all of your help on his memorial! - IJB

Added by IJBall on Nov 23, 2012 9:53 PM

Fam Gen
RE: Eugene & Amelia Anderson
Glad I can share something with you that you didn't have.
You have been so kind sharing photos and those are ones I have never seen, so that was wonderful.
Hopefully we can continue working together and sharing.
Gene and Amelia had no children but were so sweet and I always loved gettng to visit them or have them visit us in Austin.
They were so in love, when she passed away, he followed in only a few months.
Thanks again.

Added by Fam Gen on Nov 12, 2012 11:45 AM

Fam Gen
RE: Andersons in Colorado
Thanks, BUT I still don't know where Wesley's wife, Betty, is buried and it is a possibility that he was buried beside her instead of beside Margaret. That does happen. He was married to Betty longer than Margaret and they raised the two boys together, even though he wasn't their father.
So I am still trying to think through this!!
And you might note, that Amelia wasn't buried with Eugene either, so I don't know where she was buried and she did die first.
I'll keep you in the loop!!
Good voting. I voted in the Early Voting!! Wanted to make sure I got that taken care of!

Added by Fam Gen on Nov 06, 2012 1:14 PM

Fam Gen
RE: Andersons in Colorado
I talked to Elmwood Cemetery. They do have a burial for Eugene Anderson. Not a burial for his wife Amelia, so maybe she donated her body or was cremated. Still trying to locate family that would know. Eugene and Amelia did not have any children.
After locating that information, I added him to Elmwood.
I've requested a photo be taken.
Eugene's memorial # is 100251658
He is buried in Section 25, Block 130 Grave 3.
I'll let you know if I contact another family member.

Added by Fam Gen on Nov 05, 2012 8:06 PM


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