|Scott A. Steinbrink (#46933205)|
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World of Warcraft player (Lynbernard on SilverHand)
Researching the following families:
Steinbrink, Knoll, Haston, Whitlock, Allen, Baumgardner
I have an unique style of grave photos --
1) Close up of name in gravestone
2) Close up of gravestone
3) Overall of gravestone + grave
That way you can feel closer!
Plus, if i notice someone related to the person u ask me to shoot, I will take a chance and shoot it. Be that of a infant, spouse, child. If it is within the same plot, it gets photographed.
If you want the photos emailed to you, Let me know and I will be happy to do it.
** Notice ** Every week, 1 or 2 days, I do a full cemetery run of over 250+ miles, trying to fulfill requests in the Atlanta, Georgia and surrounding cities - 15-20 cemeteries/run ** If I travel out of town, I will make an effort to stop at a few cemeteries to handle your requests.
** If I claimed a photo request that YOU would like me to relinquish to you, please notify me first and the reason. (Doesn't mean I will release the claim) I claim requests usually because 1) Its a cemetery i frequent 2) Its a new cemetery that Ive never been to and want to check it out! **
** If you want to give me a challenging assignment - finding a lost cemetery, a lost grave within a cemetery, tricky directions to get to a cemetery, I will meet all challenges!! Just send me email and see if I can handle it. (Ive gotten a lot of emails challenging me to find some graves -- my success rate so far is about 85%. Believe me, Ive had some grateful people!!!!)
If you really want to say thank you, how about sponsoring one of my memorials that I create here? You're supporting FindaGrave and allows them to connect people with their loved ones. Its only $5 a memorial. =)
** For those of you who want permission to use my photos, have at it. I hold no copyrights to any of the photos that I take. **
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|Tammy Robertson||Kerr Reagin|
Thank you for adding the photo to her memorial.
|Nancy Cornelius||Henry Brumbalow and Odessa Roberts|
Thank you so much for the help and time. There are 10 different ways to spell this name and still be connected. What I have noted is that a lot of the BRUMBELOW family were poor and did not have a lot of money, especially around the depression time. Thus many did not have headstones unless family came back later and placed one in memory. Just a lot of sandstones. Thanks for the church phone number I will try to contact them. If by chance you run into a JP Brumbeloe, Brumbalow or Brumbelow(James Presley Brumbeloe) who died sometime in the 1870's and last known in the Cave Springs, Floyd Co. GA and his wife was in Town, Haralson Co GA in 1880. Not sure where Town is in Haralson Co, just know that was the name posted on an 1880 census. Thanks again.
|Michele Buckley||A BIG Thank You!|
Thanks for taking the time to get the photo I requested. I know it isn't easy to walk an entire graveyard searching for that one headstone, especially in the heat. So thanks again!
Thank you for taking the time to get this photo. SEM-SC
Added by sem on Jul 29, 2016 7:00 PM
|William R. Cavins||RE: Thank you|
Your efforts are still much appreciated.
|William R. Cavins||Thank you|
I appreciate your efforts for the Jackson Memorial.
|Steve Newnom||Re: Sarah Hoyle|
Scott, Thank you very much for searching the Flint Hill Cemetery for Sarah's headstone. The one Hoyle that you did find was her husband Adam, so she's probably close by. Maybe she never had a headstone?
|Helen Mathis||Email Address|
My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
|Helen Mathis||Memorial #164499098|
I made a request for a photo of the grave. Your comment to me is that the cemetery doesn't have a record. Milton Ellis's Georgia Death Certificate states that he was buried in Sylvester Cemetery, Atlanta, GA - dated: 11/29/1934.
Does this help you to be able to find out where he is laid to rest.
If you give me your email address, I can email you the death certificate.
Thank you so much for helping out.
|M J Carroll||Fletcher|
Thank you for the picture. You are very kind, M
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