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I enjoy volunteering to take requested photos in and around the Houston, Harris County, Texas area. Occasionally, I will take photos of graves nearby those that are requested in case they are related, and I post those additional photos on existing records, or on new records I create. I am happy to transfer management of a record on request, just please use the "Edit" tab on the memorial you wish transferred.|
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Thanks kindly for nice photo, sure helped to validate correct dates, happy trails.
|Kirstin M||The Riddells|
I really appreciate the transfers. Thank you for all that you do here. I know it isn't easy traipsing through the cemeteries.
|BevR||Stephen Power Farish Sr.|
Would you link Stephen (#93058649) to his wife Lottie Rice Farish (#93058835)? And add links to children in Glenwood cemetery:
Infant son #61184713
Stephen Power Farish Jr #9547645
Thank you, Beverly
Added by BevR on Feb 22, 2015 1:10 PM
|Joyce M.||RE: Maggie and Leroy Gaines|
You are very welcome. I enjoy taking the pictures that are requested on findagrave, and am so glad this website is available for all of us.
Added by Joyce M. on Feb 04, 2015 9:22 AM
|Linda M||Elizabeth Teatian|
Thank you for attempting to locate Elizabeth. You are correct. I hadn't realized the creator of the memorial had spelled the name incorrectly. It should be Teatian. The link to Glenwood's site was helpful. It clearly states that there is no marker. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to locate any information on her husband Alexander. He was not buried at Glenwood, but I will keep searching. Again, thank you for your help!
Added by Linda M on Dec 14, 2014 6:59 PM
|Lori Johnson||William Howard Kinney 877666|
May I have permission to use your photo of William's grave marker in my private family tree? Thank you!
|Jo Ann Ford||Cargill|
Wow! Thank you so very much!!!!! Jo Ann
|Amy the Spirit Seeker||Alsobrook|
Thanks for the photos!
|Allen D. Jackson, USAF (Ret)||RE: Alonzo Mann|
JD, It was my honor to do this for Alonzo and you. The granite in LL is hard to shoot, its either to light or has too small a dot pattern in it. It looks better when you tap it and it opens up into a bigger picture. I sat with Alonzo, pulled the grass from around the marker, brushed it off and thanked him for his service to us and our country. After I took the photo, I gave him a salute. Have a wonderful journey through life. Allen
|Nancy Franklin-Walling Bundrick||RE: Miles Bennett|
No, I did not know if there was one.
Thank you so much for looking.
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