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History Girl (#47412532)
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I enjoy all aspects of findagrave and have to guard my time - mainly because I get into posting photos or researching families and I have a difficult time stopping!

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Steve Amos
Obit Jumper
Stop it
Added by Steve Amos on Dec 16, 2014 9:11 PM
David McInturff
Jesse & Grace McInturff
Thank you so much for the transfers and for making the changes I had requested. I appreciate that.

If you are so inclined, I would also like to maintain the memorials of the following family members:

Jacob "Jake" McInturff #106211397
Samantha Jane Borum McInturff #106211451
Rex E McInturff #97187937

David McInturff #47179039

If you choose not to make these transfers, please edit Jacob's bio to remove the second "a" in my first name. Thank you.
Added by David McInturff on Nov 19, 2014 7:30 AM
Jerri Fox
RE: Austin & Hansen
Thank you for adding Lloyd Gene Hansen and Wayne Hansen to Lori C Lockhart Hansen's memorial. Daniel George Hansen Jr. is her youngest child. He does have a different father (different marriage). He is actually still living, never married, so he asked me to take care of this as he knows it is not likely to happen after he is gone. He was raised 100 percent of the time with Gene and Wayne and they were all considered totally brothers even though they were actually half brothers. But he is most certainly Lori's son. I appreciate all you do. Thank you and if you have further questions, please le me know. Jerri Fox
Added by Jerri Fox on Nov 17, 2014 10:13 AM
Hector Rubio
130151229 Grave
Thank you for making the find. She is, Haydee Bustamante, my best friend-s mom. I am not able to travel to the united states anymore but greatly appreciate you taking the time to stop by. There is also a young man with her by the name of Edgar Bustamante and Martha Bustamante.. Edgar is her nephew and Martha is her mother..
Added by Hector Rubio on Nov 11, 2014 3:22 AM
Helperkw
Sherry Eskridge Land
Thank you for merging the duplicate memorials for this woman.
Added by Helperkw on Oct 11, 2014 8:04 PM
Helperkw
Sherry Eskridge Land
Today, I created a memorial (#136261570) for Mrs. Land based on a photo of the grave headstone photo I took earlier this month. When I searched for a link to her father's memorial, I found the memorial you created (#102831932) for Mrs. Land, but in a different town. Did you create this memorial prior to knowing where she was buried or how did this happen? It was not my intention to create a duplicate memorial. I searched for one, in the cemetery where she is buried, prior to creating mine.
However, I spent a great deal of research (time) for this memorial and believe I should not remove it. I would, however, appreciate your thoughts on this matter.
Added by Helperkw on Sep 22, 2014 2:19 PM
Cliff Hetchler
RE: Sharon Hetchler
THANK YOU
Added by Cliff Hetchler on Aug 25, 2014 3:28 PM
Cliff Hetchler
SHARON HETCHLER
PLEASE TRANSFER -- I WILL DELETE MINE
Added by Cliff Hetchler on Aug 25, 2014 2:59 PM
Sarah Mikkelsen Carson
Robert Herman Moore and Stella Nora Adeline Smith Moore
Thank you for making the edits.
Sarah
Added by Sarah Mikkelsen Carson on Jul 17, 2014 9:53 AM
Amanda stanley
what?
Hi, I was attempting to look up my father's obituary online- and the first thing that comes up is the picture that you took of his grave. Now, I have several feelings about this. I'll leave those to myself for now. But I will ask a question.
Why would you take a picture of someone's grave you do not know and whose family has not requested for you to do so?

This feels like a odd, weird, and creepy breach of privacy so some type of explanation would be helpful.
Added by Amanda stanley on Jul 13, 2014 11:51 PM
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