|Gordon Smith (#47247873)|
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I'm retired, living on the glorious central coast of California. Family genealogy is one of my passions, and led me to find-a-grave. The volunteers there have been so kind and helpful, that I decided to get involved. It is very rewarding. Please feel free to use any grave photos that I have taken. If you are family of any memorials that I have created, and would like them transferred, just ask.|
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|Ronald Signorotti||Maria Bettersworth|
Thanks for the great photo. It is greatly appreciated.
|Willa Wiley||Frank P Harris|
Thank you Gordon for the photo. I have updated his memorial.
|Willa Wiley||Memorial # 75745102|
Could you please move your photo over to memorial # 71360578. It is the earlier posted memorial and is more accurate with family members attached.
|Willa Wiley||all the photos|
Thanks so much for all the photos. Enabled me to make some corrections on their memorials.
Appreciate your time and effort.
|Genealogy Lover||Ida Davis Devine|
Thank you so much for providing the photo for Ida's headstone which includes her husband Patrick. I had been unable to find out her husband's name until now.
Thank you for all you do on FindaGrave!!
|David McInturff||Leo Leonard McInturff|
Thank you for trying to get a photo of his marker. I appreciate your time and effort.
|Mary Severns||Warren Osborn|
Thank you for finding and photographing my uncle's headstone. Sorry I'm late with the thank you's, but I've been traveling, and away from my computer.
I appreciate your time.
|Deborah ||Marie Lepping|
Thank you so much for the photo of her gravestone. She was a very special lady.
Added by Deborah on Nov 20, 2014 7:13 AM
|Ron Manley||RE: Thank you!|
My Crum family was in the area of Amite County and Wilkinson County, MS in the mid to late 1800s.
|Ron Manley||Thank you!|
I just wanted to let you know that I really appreciate you filling my photo request for the grave marker of William Lipe Prince.
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