|Theron Rogers (#46889755)|
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Retired, originally from Broome County, New York, now living in Hall County, Ga. I have been working on my genealogy for about 30 years.|
Please contact me with questions or requests by using the Edit, SAC process on each memorial. All requests and transfers must be made according to FindAGrave guidelines.
Please do not ask for a transfer just because someone is in your family tree. FindAGrave is a website to register grave locations not to build family trees. The parent company Ancestry.com is a great website to build family trees. I also follow the FindAGrave guidelines concerning adding obituaries to memorials.
Currently photographing headstones in upstate New York, Pennsylvania and Georgia and adding people and photos to the database. Almost all of my memorials are created after visiting the cemetery, photographing the headstones and uploading the information and photos.
Please do not use my photos from FindAGrave on other sites without my permission. My photos will be removed if not needed or wanted. Just send me a note with the memorial number...
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|Cherokee Rose||Mary York|
Theron -- you take such nice photos and I appreciate the ones you've added for me. Marlene
|Andrew Holstein||Joel Price|
Thank you very much for your time and effort.
|George S. Ellington||Toombs Kay|
Thank you for taking the photo of Toombs Kay's grave for me!
|Inge and Patrick Campbell Sr.||Milford #106882605|
Greetings Theron. Thank you for the up date on William Milford. He happens to be a cousin of mine and thank you for posting a photo of his headstone. Take care and have a wonderful week. Patrick
|Cherokee Rose||Paul Chastain|
Thanks so much for the lovely grave photo for Paul Chastain. Much appreciated. Marlene
|Mark Gentry||Photo - Grave Marker of John M Carlton|
Theron - Thank you so much for locating and posting the photo of the grave marker for John M Carlton in the Rose Hill Cemetery in Royston, GA.
It looks like you might have had to "unearth" the marker from under years of red Georgia clay! Thanks for taking the time to do so. Your efforts are greatly appreciated.
|Joan Bartz||RE: Mary Frances House Yarber|
Thank you for your persistence in looking for her headstone. I appreciate that you also created a memorial for her husband Alfred.
The pictures are wonderful!
|Betty Atkinson||Jerry F. Cobb|
has photo for someone named Downs.. can you double check it please? I think it is great that you are posting this info and know how difficult it is to get it correct all the time.. have had my own share of "mistakes" . Thanks for all you do!
|Vicki Woodall||RE: william peeler photos|
I really appreciate you trying to do a photograph of the graves. It is an admirable thing to do. I tried to take a picture of his grave as well, but it did not show up very well. I only wish I had a better camera. Taking pictures of graves for people who cannot get to the graves and are looking for their ancestors is a wonderful thing, because some people cannot get to go to these places and some are not able to get out and go where they would like to, or cannot afford to do those things. I think what you do is a wonderful gift to those people. God bless and keep you.
|Vicki Woodall||william peeler photos|
Thank you for trying to get a photo of William Peeler's grave. It is not his though. His is over to the left of the ones you photographed He does not have a head stone. All they have is written in the wall of the grave. It is coming apart on one side. I tried to take a good picture of it but was unsuccessful. His name and age is scratched into the cement of the inside wall of the grave. Also buried there are Andrew Clark, Thomas Peeler (his son), Lucy Mae Peeler (his daughter) and Mary Clark, And their ages when they died. I appreciate your thoughtfulness. God bless you.
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