|MT EJ (#48112427)|
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|While working on completing my deceased Mother's genealogy project, I came across findagrave. Finding the photos sometimes as helpful as the memorial itself, I decided to become a volunteer photographer for the site.|
I have no interest in racking up "stats" so transferring memorials (other than my own immediate family) to memorial family members will he honored.
Other transfer requests will be considered.
All transfers that are made will be with the understanding that the memorial will be maintained and kept up-to-date.
If I have made an error on a memorial or have duplicated a memorial please let me know and I will correct the error or remove the duplication. EJ
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Thanks so much for the nice photo of Anne Lawver's stone, and for taking your time to do this.
Added by Beth on Dec 15, 2014 8:39 AM
|William Lyle Mercer||Ralph Kerr Robison|
Thank you for the Find A Grave pic. I really appreciate your time getting it for me. Nothing has been known about Ralph since about 1959. He was the adopted son of Sylvester Thompson Mercer and his wife Lucy Robison. Lucy was an aunt of Ralph.
William Lyle Mercer
|Patricia Hampton||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for the Larry and Vicky Hammer tombstone photo. So very much appreciated. Pat
Thank you so very much for trying to locate her memorial site.
Added by Piper on Oct 26, 2014 11:16 AM
|Justaheinz||Isabelle Rae Photo|
I wanted to say THANK YOU for the photo of my Great Aunt's headstone. No one in the family had any photos of her or her gravesite. Very little is remembered about her, unfortunately those that knew her have passed away.
|Barbara Cowan||Rockvale Cemetery|
Thank you so much for getting the gravesite photos for me (Miller, Isaacs, Keppler) at the Rockvale Cemetery. I really appreciate it and the pictures are perfect. Thank you for your efforts on my family's behalf. Barbara Keppler Cowan
thank you.. I just sent a photo request for his wife and kids as well..
Added by Smontee on Oct 14, 2014 8:54 PM
|Diane Winters||RE: Grave Site Numbers|
I think you're right - since I've not been able to get up there, you know what the challenges are to locating burials.
In my effort to keep things simple, I've merely identified each burial with the letter of the section, a space, and then the grave number - example: A 501. In our regular national cemeteries, it's nearly impossible to locate a loved one without the grave site number. But this one may be different - oh, how I wish I'd been able to get up there this past Spring...grrr
Since a marker number is actually inscribed on the marker, maybe it should be added to the 'marker inscription' section of the memorial? What do you think?
This current batch that I've come across has 18 burials where the inscribed marker number does not match the actual burial location. Of these 18, there are twelve memorials entered (most are yours)and 6 that I'll be entering shortly. Please let me know your thoughts so we can be consistent with our entries.
|Diane Winters||Grave Site Numbers|
I just want to let you know that there is a 'group' of interment cards for burials that were moved from Ft. Keogh which have incorrect grave numbers. I've been sending you the changes but want you to know that you had the number correct as per the cards but not where they actually are in the cemetery. Otherwise, your memorials and especially your photos, are great!
|Diane Winters||RE: More Custer Photos|
Absolutely add yours -I know exactly what you mean regarding the others. And thank you so very much for all your hard work. D
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