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Patricia Gibson (#46837388)
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Bio Photo I am on a quest to find and photograph the grave markers of my ancestors and those of my husband. I thought that it was a novel idea, but decided to research on google to see if anyone else was working this topic. Voila! I love this site!
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Valesca McMillian
RE: William P Scott
I have no further info on him. All I did was photograph the cemetery and create memorials for them. Then I did a tad of research to help family members. You might try the person who now manages the memorial since they would be a family member.

Wishing you luck on your search.
Added by Valesca McMillian on Dec 31, 2014 4:47 PM
Susan Hillmann
albert morrill
I've just joined ancestory. I am the great grandaughter of Albert Morrill. I have info you might like to have. How are you related? Are you in touch with any relatives in Sonoma County? Would love to hear from you.

Added by Susan Hillmann on Mar 17, 2014 10:01 PM
Gunny
RE: Photo Fulfillment
Hi Patricia:

You're very welcome. My Dad, Uncle, and two of my Cousins are also interred at Woodbine so I go there often to visit. I actually went to Woodbine on Thursday to fulfill the request the but the Office was closed. After walking the grounds for about an hour, I decided that it would be better to return on Friday. The Woodbine Staff are very helpful in assisting in the location of gravesites.

I usually use my Nikon D7000 to take photos but due to the oppressive heat and humidity I was worried about the sensor getting damaged by condensation so I relied on my trusty iPhone4S.

All the best,

Gunny
Added by Gunny on Jul 20, 2013 7:13 AM
 

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