|Dayle Durrer Dooley (#46570972)|
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Researching DOOLEY, RUTHERFORD, DURRER, MIELKE and many more!!!|
I am also archivist at Historic Congressional Cemetery in Washington, DC.
I will provide photographs for Congressional Cemetery, Washington, DC.
I take exception with those volunteers who say their photos are copyrighted. Why take photos if you're not going to share them with everyone? My photos are free to anyone who wants to copy them for non-profit purposes, no need to ask. A credit to FINDAGRAVE would be nice.
I WILL transfer any memorial not related to our family.
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|David Smith||Mary F Wright|
Thank you for checking for me.
|Dave & Pam Jindrich||RE: 47241779 transferred|
Thank you for the transfer; it wasn't necessary but I'll do all I can to connect these family members. If I discover his wife is also in this cemetery I'll certainly let you know.
Thank you very much Dayle for taking time out of your busy day to photograph Sarah Gale's memorial (Memorial# 123305198) at the Congressional Cemetery. I truly appreciate it! Friends, Sara
|Krista AQ Thompson||Never mind!|
I just read your profile! Thank you!
|Krista AQ Thompson||49025240|
Hi, Dayle! I'm writing to ask if it's okay to post the picture from the above memorial to this memorial: 127235124. She's his daughter, and is also listed on the headstone.
Hoping you'll say yes,
|John Hardester||Hardester photo's|
Thank you so much Dayle for taking this photo for me. I really appreciate it!
|Anonymous||RE: Ellen Roche|
Thank you for the additional information!
Wow, that was quick!!! Thank you so much Dayle!!!
|Chris Finch||simonds headstones|
Many thanks for the fine photos for the Simonds, it is appreciated. Looks like you know exactly when to get a good shot so that the inscriptions show up well.
Thanks for the fast response. Due to the records all having different information, it was an honest error. I had him as Demar which was the original spelling. His stone actually has a faint R, making it DeMarr, which was the spelling after 1900, thanks to the males of the family. Then some of the guys dropped the De
and became Marr, yikes. Makes for interesting research!
Your help is always appreciated.
Added by Margaret on Mar 18, 2014 2:41 PM
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