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"What Makes You Think We Are Related?"
I enjoy working on my family genealogy and discovered Find a Grave to now help others. 90%+ of all my entries are entered from photos I have taken. I also cross reference some with Cemetery or Genealogy records, adding information for families to discover.
I have no problem maintaining memorials. If you are related within the FAG guidelines and want the memorial transfered, send me an edit. This is found by clicking on the EDIT tab at the top right of the memorial.
If I have made any errors or you have information you want me to add, Biographical sketches are welcomed, please also send me an edit so that I can correct/add them. Feel free to add an IMPROVED photo. I have learned that no matter what the light is like you can never get all great pictures. Please ask to use photos on another site or personal use.
My travels so far have included WA, OR, VT, NV, ID, MT, FL, LA, British Columbia and who knows where next!!
I photograph when I see the need. I am currently working on (with a team), photographing the HUGE Fairmount Cemetery in Spokane Washington, 9.2014. Let me know is you are interested in helping. We are over 1/4 done! I am in Coeur d'Alene Idaho.
Thank you all for this site and all of you that are doing great works here.
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Thank you for the transfer. So appreciate it! Also loved your bio where you said you were part of a team working on HUGE Fairmount Cemetery. I have been there & it is HUGE! I am doing a HUGE one all alone in Portland - 5 years now and I might be 1/2 done - would have loved a team like you - especially with the 'gardening' aspect!
Added by J McL on Sep 12, 2014 6:23 PM
|Donna Roginski||Fairmount Cemetery|
Thank you so much for all you do to enter records into FindAGrave. You have already entered some Yancey relatives and I will be interested to see if some of my Hedrick relatives are also buried there.
The transfer of Bertha is very much appreciated, and the info concerning Dirk, I am looking him up
Added by Sue Lapp on Aug 31, 2014 6:53 AM
|Erin ||Florence Lukenbill|
Thank you for letting me know you added a photo to Florence Lukenbill's memorial. May I use your photo in my ancestry.com family tree? I will give you proper photo credit if you will allow this.
Thanks again for letting me know
Added by Erin on Aug 23, 2014 1:09 PM
|Maria and Jim Adam||thank you!|
I am sorry; I'm way behind on my email, but thank you for adding the picture of the gravestone of Milton Adam. I certainly appreciate your doing that and it was extremely nice of you.
Sincerely, Maria and Jim Adam
|John (Rod) Cauvel||Cauvel, Minden Headstone Photos|
Thanks so much for adding the headstone photos of my Aunts, Uncles and Cousins (Cauvels & Mindens). Although born in Spokane, I'm now in Alabama and unlikely to ever see my hometown again. It means so much to have those photos on Find A Grave.
|Annette Foster Ditto||Charles Wesley Eichelberger|
Thanks ever so much for this tombstone photo. I appreciate Folks like you who help those who can not get to these cemeteries to get photos of their kinfolk.
|tera lewis||Raymond lenhart|
I couldn't tell you if it is a child or if it is him and his wife. The way I have it listed is the way that the cemetery has it listed I will try to find out from them if it is 2 people or just one and let you know.
|Judy Thatcher||Pictures of Tombstones|
Thank you so much for taking these pictures and including them on Find A Grave. I can enter info but do not know how to add a picture or to make the "blue" entries so you can connect to another family member. I am very computer stupid. If you can give me some hints or instructions I'd be grateful. Thanks. Judy Thatcher
I just ran a check using 123 in the last name column for Spokane County. There are only 39 blank last names currently, with 18 in Fairmount. After you are done with the project, your group might focus on trying to figure out who these few people are. I am doing that with one local cemetery where a lot of my family is buried and I have the list down to about 4. Helps that the cemetery has its own online database, LOL. But knowing your local resources is a huge help.
Added by Airrow on Jun 22, 2014 10:39 AM
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