|Ken B (#47187148)|
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I've been involved with my family's genealogy research for many years and found cemetery records - and headstone inscriptions - to be quite helpful. I also found that many of the graves of my relatives had no markers and feel that by posting those sites on Find A Grave, I'm helping to honor the memories of those deceased. Since I've also had a great deal of experience in photography, I try to help others with their genealogy research by fulfilling requests for cemetery marker images whenever possible.|
If I've created a memorial that duplicates one already in existence, it is not done intentionally. Please let me know if that occurs and I will remove mine as soon as possible.
If I've created a memorial for one of your relatives, and you'd like me to transfer management, let me know.
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Thanks so much for generously taking the photo of Mary Bryce Towsley and William Edward Towsley's Headstone.
|Bill Bedell||Marvin Family|
Wow - what can I say. You really out did yourself this time. I really appreciate the great pics you took, as well as the ones I didn't ask for. The Plot picture was a great help, as well as the info you found out about the 3 children being moved to Greenfield from a church yard. Thanks again, ~Bill
|Shirley Amberman Guenette||RE: George Fulton Styles|
Yes, thank you once again!
|Shirley Amberman Guenette||George Fulton Styles|
Thank you, Ken B., for taking the time to look for the grave marker for my great grandfather George Fulton Styles. I really thought that he was buried in the same cemetery as my great grandmother, but I guess that is not the case, for whatever reason, unknown. Thank you once again!
|Shirley Amberman Guenette||Flora Baylis Styles|
Thank you for taking the time to photograph Flora Baylis Styles grave marker. It takes kind people like you, Ken B., to make Find-a-grave work. Thank you!
|Gary Beuschel||Rudolph Boehm|
Thank you for going out to Greenfield to photograph the grave of Rudolph. Unfortunately there was no marker. Nonetheless, I appreciate your effort, and the photo of the grave site, and your personal message to me.
|Debbie Gentry||Re: James Wood|
Thank you so much for going to the cemetery and attempting to read James Wood stone. Its a kind thing you do for us who live too far away to go ourselves.
|Nellie NY||Papile Family|
Thank you so much for taking the time to go to the Cemetery and for taking the nice photos. I really appreciate it.
|Heidi Davis||RE: Bruns at Holy Rood|
Thank you again, Ken. Mark is my half-brother. I never knew where is was buried until recently. It's not necessary to transfer anything. I appreciate all your hard work. Thank you, - Heidi
|Heidi Davis||RE: Photo Requests at Holy Rood|
Thank you for looking. Mark and the Bruns family should be in the same plot. I called and the location is 16 Q, plot 34.
Mark is buried with his grandparents. The headstone will read Bruns & Mark's name is underneath it with theirs.
Thank you for doing this for me! I really appreciate this!
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