|William Cole||Bertha Hill at Chester|
The reason you could not find Bertha's grave marker is that there isn't one. I talked to a maintanence man who was cutting grass at the cemetery and found out the following. Bertha was cremated and buried in an urn next to her husband. (grave 362.2) I took a picture of the location and captioned it.
Do you still want to retake Doris Fenstermaker's stone? I took photos and uploaded them for Michael and Richard.
Keep up the good work.
Added by William Cole on May 04, 2013 11:05 AM
Thank you so much for taking the photo, we appreciate your help very much.
Added by Jewell on Apr 07, 2013 5:38 PM
|Wilfred Alan Revering||Irving Ira Lenarz|
Thank you for the time and effort it took to acquire the memorial photo. Have a Great day!
Added by Wilfred Alan Revering on Apr 06, 2013 6:09 AM
|Jim||Delany Headstone Photos|
Thank you for taking the great photos of the Delany's headstones and placing them on their Find A Grave Memorials. It means a lot to families to be able to see the final resting places of their ancestors. Your work is much appreciated.
Added by Jim on Apr 05, 2013 9:41 AM
|Marylin DeYoung||Abram Curtiss & Percis Smith|
Thank you for photographing these two stones. I appreciate the effort it took for you to go out and do this for me.
Marylin Curtiss DeYoung
Added by Marylin DeYoung on Apr 05, 2013 7:52 AM
|Diane L. Webb||Emily L. Ladow DeLaney|
Thank you for the great tombstone picture. I will forward your work also onto another LaDow genealogist.
Diane L. Webb
Added by Diane L. Webb on Apr 05, 2013 6:59 AM
|Ann Taylor||Thelma Allyn|
Thank you for looking for Thelma's stone. Since I did not originally create the memorial, I was only requesting a pic of one I thought was there. I will write to the original submitter and see what they have to say. Thank you again. Ann
Added by Ann Taylor on Apr 05, 2013 6:08 AM
|Ann Taylor||Antionette Grimm|
Thank you so much for the picture of Antionette's stone. It is lovely. You were so prompt and I appreciate it. Ann Taylor
Added by Ann Taylor on Apr 05, 2013 6:02 AM
|Gerald "Jerry" Hobson||Grace Hazen, Chardon Cemetery|
Thanks very much for the photo of Grace's headstone. I'm grateful for your help.
Added by Gerald "Jerry" Hobson on Apr 05, 2013 12:04 AM
|Terry Broberg-Swangin||Ruth Johnson Broberg|
Thank you so much for braving the snow to take a photo of Grammy's headstone! I really appreciate it!!
Added by Terry Broberg-Swangin on Mar 26, 2013 8:15 AM
|Glenn Perry||RE: Arthur Perry photo|
Laura, thanks so much for your kind offer - how thoughtful of you. I'll take you up on that later this Spring - will get back to you. Wish I could return the fvor somehow. . . .Kind Regards, Glenn
Added by Glenn Perry on Mar 23, 2013 9:52 AM
|Kate Welch Denney||Acacia Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the tombstone pictures for William and Lulu Camp. Your efforts are greatly appreciated.
Fran & Kate
Added by Kate Welch Denney on Mar 19, 2013 2:00 PM
|Glenn Perry||Arthur Perry photo|
Laura I cannot thank you enough for taking the picture of my father's grave. I knew very little about him since I was about four years old when he died of pulmonary tuberculosis. I live in Colorado and have been unable to visit his grave. Your thoughtfulness brought me to tears. It gave me a connection to him that I have been missing my entire life.
Added by Glenn Perry on Mar 19, 2013 8:57 AM
|Terry Broberg-Swangin||Carl Arthury "Sandy" Broberg Jr.|
Thank you for getting a photo of my father's headstone for me. I really appreciate it!!
Added by Terry Broberg-Swangin on Mar 18, 2013 10:26 AM
|Terry Broberg-Swangin||Carl A. Broberg|
Thank you so much for photographing my grandfather's headstone. I don't get back home to Cleveland very often. He died when I was quite young. Terry
Added by Terry Broberg-Swangin on Mar 18, 2013 10:24 AM
|Ken H||Thank you!|
Thanks for the picture of George E. Middleton's headstone. I really appreciate your time.
Added by Ken H on Mar 15, 2013 1:23 PM
|William Cole||RE: Dines at Briar Hill|
I take photos for people who request them. I also take photos of anyone with the same surname or of grave markers that are interesting or in danger of becoming unreadable.
In the case of Briar Hill I tried to take photos of all the markers as it is close and there are frequent requests for it.
Yesterday I located the general location for an abandoned cemetery. I will try to photograph any stones that are still there as that cemetery will eventually disappear.
I am not related to the Dines. Family members frequently want to control a memorial so they can add information to it. It also allows other family members to contact them.
I have a subscription to Ancestry so sometimes I look up information on the people who's markers I photograph. The last several days I have taken a photo per a request and in looking for information contacted a person on Ancestry who was looking for this person's father's family. I was able to give them some leads on where that information might be.
Short answers - I enjoy walking through cemeteries (more fun than golf). I enjoy genealigy searches. They are more fun than reading detective mysteries. I meet a lot of interesting people. Example - When looking for my Strouss ancestors I stopped at houses on Strouss Road and found a distant cousin. In looking for the abandoned cemetery yesterday I had an interesting conrsation with people at a local park near the cemetery. They helped me locate it.
Hope that answers your questions and welcome to FindAGrave.
Added by William Cole on Mar 15, 2013 11:28 AM
|Gerald "Jerry" Hobson||Louis Sloat, Acacia Masonic|
Thanks for the (nicely done) marker photo for Louis. I appreciate your help.
Added by Gerald "Jerry" Hobson on Mar 14, 2013 11:30 PM
|Chad Kendell||Re: Dorris|
Thanks for great pictures !!
Added by Chad Kendell on Mar 14, 2013 5:06 PM
|William Cole||Dines at Briar Hill|
I made the additions. Would you like me to transfer John and his wife to you?
Added by William Cole on Mar 11, 2013 7:57 PM