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I became interested in Finagrave.com when I started researching my family history. I'm always looking for new contacts of relatives distant and near. You can identify my family members by the pink tulip I add to the memorials. Feel free to contact me if we have any mutual relatives! |
My mom and I work together taking pictures of as many graves as time permits as we travel and research our family. I enjoy helping others find their family members just as so many on this site have helped me.
I am willing to release any memorial that I'm not related too.
You are welcome to use any picture I have taken for your family history records. The last thing on earth I would copyright is a picture of a grave stone.. LOL.
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Thank you for picture of my brother's resting place in Fort Snelling National Cemetery. It was a comfort to me as I live so far away now. His little sister, Mary.
Added by Mandre on Jul 26, 2016 12:24 AM
|Kimberly Johnson||Ray J Hardin Memorial|
Hello, I am curious to know if you are related to Mr. Hardin and his widow Helen?
I am trying to reach them. My Mother who is now 83 and sadly, in a Rehabilitation Facility and may not ever come home :( was Helen's brother Dick or Richard Larson's High School Sweetheart. Dick lost his life in the Korean War and Helen and Dick's brother Gordon lost his life at Camp Cabanatuan in WWII.
I am trying to reach them because a few years ago I searched for them and reached out to them regarding the remains of Gordon that are still in the Philippines.
Through much hard work and never ending dedication to trying to find Gordon's remains. I just kept persevering and did indeed finally find that Gordon was buried in a mass Grave with about 10 other Soldiers. I do have papers on this.
I have now been contacted by the US Army Past Conflict Repatriations Branch wanting to make contact with the family. I would love to be able to bring Gordon's remains home where they belong.
I was working with a Gentleman named John Eakin on this as he was most instrumental in me being able to find Gordon through his hardwork and dedication to bringing our Soldiers home.
If you could please contact me at your earliest convenience I would appreciate it.
Thank you kindly,
|Carole Elizabeth Nurmi Cummings # 47178231||Thanks EVER ever so much for the transfer|
Cannot thank you enough!
|Mary Lou McCormick||Profile|
Thanks GenealogyJenny, your last paragraph of your profile made me LOL...
What a nice attitude to have, many hugs to you!!!
|Diane Payne||Emerson Red|
You have a headstone photo for Emerson Red 134311203
Would you be willing to add the photo to his wife too? They are linked.
|K Rosenstrom||Are we relatives?|
I am from Finland, Helsinki. I am relative to Albert Rosenstrom.
|lyuill||Please add photo|
Would you please add the (duel) gravestone photo form Hugo Hjellming's memorial # 155409861- to his wife Elizabeth's memorial #161228495.
Thank-you! LaVon Yuill
Added by lyuill on Apr 17, 2016 7:37 PM
|J. Jacobson||RE: Kathleen (Hennessy) Hanson, St Patrick's Cem in Lanesboro|
Thanks. I'm assuming it's ok to post Dolores' picture as well? Let me know if it's not, and thanks for getting both pictures!
|J. Jacobson||Kathleen (Hennessy) Hanson, St Patrick's Cem in Lanesboro|
Thanks for getting the picture of Katie's gravestone for me. She was a cousin of my husband's so it's greatly appreciated. I would like to re-post your picture online at ancestry.com; I would of course give the photo credit to you. Please let me know whether or not I have your permission to do so.
Once again, thank you for your volunteer work!
|Taweret||RE: Teles Prenovost|
No I'm not.
Added by Taweret on Jan 01, 2016 7:00 PM
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