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I feel that I am a temporary caretaker for the graves that I manage. I will happily transfer graves to those with a closer connection than I have. Many on here seem to horde their management of graves in order to have a large number. Most of the folks I've ran across on here are great. But some are very petty and also feel a sense of entitlement. Ignore them. Try not to let that ruin your experience on a great and meaningful site. For those volunteer pictures I take, it is my pleasure and no thanks is necessary.|
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|Roni Boyd||Alpha Smith|
Thank you for the photo. Because of your work, I found out that my great aunt Alpha served in the military.
|Roni Boyd||Flossie Eula Montgomery|
Hi Jeff~I am sorry, but I think I forgot to thank you for the photo of my great grandma Flossie. Thank you. I truly appreciate your hard work.
|Dominique Potier||Fred De Rousse|
Thanks Jeff for your picture, unfortunately I can't tell if he was an airborne during the WW2 . If one day you find his obit could you contact me ?
|Ruth Kay||Samuel Lee Scott|
Thank you for your kindness.
Added by Ruth Kay on Jul 21, 2014 11:46 AM
Thank you very much for the photos of the Tani and Okumura grave sites, Jeff!
Added by Kathy on Jul 21, 2014 10:39 AM
|Rory McNeil||Susan Nicoll|
Thank you so much for snapping a photo of Susan's headstone. She was my cousin's girlfriend and they, along with two others, were killed in a car accident up here. We didn't know where she was buried. The others are all buried in one of our cemeteries in the district. I'm sure my parents knew but they are long gone. Again thank you so much and thank you for being a photo volunteer. It really is fulfilling, isn't it?
|Kevin Thomas West||Dean Hudson|
Jeff, thank you so much for the great photo of Dean and his wife. Very very much appreciated. I'll pay it forward.
|Heisenberg||Burton Hitchcock & Daughter|
Thanks for the headstone pictures for Burton Hitchcock, son Frederick, and daughter Lucy (Baker). Bert is my great grand-uncle. I never met him, but when I inherited a family portrait from 1911 wearing his bowler (the pic I uploaded into Find A Grave), the image just "stuck" with me.
Nearly all of my Find A Grave work is via my wife's account. Since we retired, we find Find A Grave a good "pay it forward" effort.
Would you mind if I uploaded the headstone pics into my Ancestry.com tree?
Again, thanks much for your effort.
|Susan Dixon Duke||Richard Weiss|
Thanks for the photo upload!
Thank you so much for the photos for Orilla and Daniel's graves. And so quickly! Thank you, Sue
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