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Erin (#47634564)
 member for 3 years, 7 months, 10 days
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Bio Photo "I will show you fear in a handful of dust." T.S. Eliot

We are not so much afraid of dying, as we are of no one remembering we existed at all.

We only walk this earth because of the people before us. Every name is a memory to a life, not just a branch in a tree. Sometimes all that echoes through time is a name, a date, a relationship, a headstone. But bringing those things together here is remembering the person who lived, and I am proud to be a part of this community of volunteers who spend their free time to send the message "you have not been forgotten"

Still active as of November 2014. If you have any information to add to any memorials I have created please let me know but use the EDIT- SUGGEST A CORRECTION feature. Please also use this feature when inquiring about a specific memorial, the comments section below is not helpful in directing me with a link to see what you are talking about.

PROCESSING EDITS: I know about the feature, but I don't blindly click all. Have patience, I will get to it, but I do check- I will also look for an obituary for you if its here in Oregon. So have patience, check back when you get the email, it might be worth a look.

DO YOU KNOW? Find A Grave will automatically process all untouched edits after 3 weeks. Yep. that contributor who's been ignoring your requests for years didn't just finally get with the program.

DO YOU KNOW? if you mess up a submission you can go to your own edits page, use the drop down menu to find edits you have submitted, find the edit you did and delete and redo if it hasn't been processed. Pretty Nifty if you ask me. Edits on Find A Grave are finally happening and they have fixed some of the flaws from the initial launch.

PHOTOS: I took the photo to help you! If you would like any of the photos I have taken for your own family tree, you are welcome to them. If its a family photo I added though, please contact me! I don't mind sharing, I have a public tree on ancestry.com that I will give you directions to for more photos (if I have them). Our ancestors should be remembered by all who want to preserve a piece of who they were. My collection is the work of many who believed in saving photos of cousins, aunts, uncles and grandparents they never knew and then taking the time to share them with me. As we pass through this world, I feel better knowing my ancestors wont disappear and pictures forgotten if multiple people from all over have the key.



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Mike Harlow
RE: Elizabeth Steele
Erin,

You are most welcome for the photograph, and also welcome to use it in any manner you see fit. It is not necessary to credit me, but I do thank you for offering to do so. Taking these photographs brings a lot of pleasure, as well as exercise into my life. That's all the credit I need.

Happy hunting,

Mike Harlow
Added by Mike Harlow on May 26, 2015 4:16 PM
Kate Eakman
Mary Wright
Got the proposed information and added it to her memorial page. And thanks for including her photo!

Kate
Added by Kate Eakman on May 25, 2015 6:56 PM
Benjamin Cooley and Reva Califf Cooley
Memorial Transfer
Thank you again Erin! You have been most cooperative in helping me. Reva Califf Cooley
Added by Benjamin Cooley and Reva ... on May 21, 2015 3:43 PM
Steve Edquist ~In Memory Of Aaron & Scrappy~
RE: Carl & Marie Dowis
Thank you! You're welcome and happy to be of help.

~Steve
Added by Steve Edquist ~In Memory ... on May 21, 2015 5:57 AM
Deborah Bethay
Ewnith Lewis #126078487
Hi Erin, You are shown as the creator of this memorial in Kincaid Cemetery, Kingston, Madison, Kentucky. The name shown is Ewnith Lewis and I am wondering if this could actually be URITH LEWIS? All date information matches and since she has such an unusual name I thought maybe the name was recorded incorrectly. Thanks, Deborah
Added by Deborah Bethay on May 19, 2015 10:20 AM
Benjamin Cooley and Reva Califf Cooley
RE: Infant Morris
Don't know what is causing the problem. Thought I had already asked Carolyn to transfer Aunt Libby's child's memorial to me. I will ask again.
Added by Benjamin Cooley and Reva ... on May 10, 2015 6:58 AM
Annita
clovis
Thanks for the info.
Added by Annita on May 01, 2015 6:02 AM
KathyCook
RE: Lampson's
If you decide to have markers placed, let me know and I'll go take a picture of 'em for you :D
Added by KathyCook on Apr 30, 2015 7:04 PM
Benjamin Cooley and Reva Califf Cooley
RE: Memorial Transfers
No I haven't sent any other message as yet. However I do have some I will send along. More of my family if you are willing. Thanks, Reva
Added by Benjamin Cooley and Reva ... on Apr 30, 2015 3:18 PM
Benjamin Cooley and Reva Califf Cooley
Memorial Transfers
Again I thank you for the memorial transfers of my family. There are others as well and perhaps we can have those as well. Only looking to ads my Califf family relatives.
Added by Benjamin Cooley and Reva ... on Apr 29, 2015 6:38 AM
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