|Gail R. Anderson (#47955539)|
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I am working with Vickie Carter-Tallent, whose website - (http://www.carter-cousins.org/vickie/cemeteries/) has thousands of pictures. She is willing to share and many of her pics have her name on them for easy identification. We don't necessarily go looking for requests to fill as much as we take pictures of entire cemeteries and put them up. We do take into consideration how many requests there are for a cemetery and prioritize accordingly. Macon County is huge. And a neighboring county may be 2 hours one way. So if you are looking for someone in a county other than Macon or Jackson it may not happen. If you come this way we will be more than willing to help so feel free to drop me an email.
I am beginning the process of hunting up my own, and when I create or find them will work with them. All others are free to a good home. I only put files in so those who are looking may find them and have them as their own.
Feel free to ask.
Please do not transfer memorials to me without asking. A correction or addition to your memorial does not constitute a desire to manage it.
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|Vickie Titus||Ernest Buchanan|
Sorry it took me so long to get back to you! Thanks so much for taking the photo. It is much appreciated.
|Theresa Cloud Dancer Buchanan||RE: Erma Pauline Buchanan Buchanan Henderson|
thank you - deleted two of them... LOL Not sure how that happened...
|PATTY McFERREN-BLANTON & JR BLANTON||Dora Denton Shook|
Thanks so much for the transfer--just wanted to say we are not related to her. However, we will take good care of the memorial.
|Evelyn Pipkin||Fairview Memorial Gardens|
Thank you for posting the picture for Edna Elizabeth Scates Franklin. Your help is greatly appreciated.
Evelyn in Oklahoma
|Betty ||RE: Beautiful Headstones|
First, I would just like to say that I treat every stone with respect and I am very careful not to damage them in any way. I said this to say that I was once reprimanded by a contributor accusing me of using something that was damaging the stones. There are pros and cons to my method; however, my aunt did this for over 40 yrs and as far as I know no damage was caused to any marker. I am a firm believer that if data can be brought out and recorded it is worth a few extra minutes spent at each stone. I use shaving cream, but as little as possible. I put the cream on the stone and use a squeegee to remove the excess. This works very well. Yes, it is messy, but I always carry a hand towel to remove the cream from my hands, the squeegee and what can be removed from the stone. I hope this helps. Good Luck.
Added by Betty on Sep 08, 2015 5:06 PM
|Elaine Berkowitz||RE: William Edward Abel|
You requested the same thing twice. I accepted one and declined the other.
|Debra Downing||Joseph Cabe|
Joseph and I thank you for your efforts to get his headstone photo to me for his history page.
|PATTY McFERREN-BLANTON & JR BLANTON||Harrison Don Frizzell|
THANKS for photos!
|Betty Andrews||Thomas S. Monteith|
Thank you Gail for adding the great picture of the Death Date.
Thank you for adding the grave photo for this WWII soldier!
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