Whenever possible, I will always try to clean up a grave or headstone before taking a picture. I can fulfill photo requests for Coweta County, Palmetto in both Coweta and Fulton Counties, and parts of Fayette County: Tyrone, Peachtree City, parts of Fayetteville, and parts of Fairburn.If you want me to transfer a family member's memorial that I have made, just let me know and I will be more than happy to do so!
I would love the rest of the family! I really appreciate it! I know what you mean about estimating time to photograph a cemetery!!! In my travels I have completed a lot of "little" ones and two extremely large ones and then several large. I think my largest ones were Mt Pleasant Cemetery in St Johnsbury, and Lyndon Center, 5- 7 thousand names. Those each took a week. It was fun though! Biggest complaints are digging out flush stones, and glossy stones! Thanks again, for your work and the transfers.
RE: Cemeteries you have photographed Actually, it wasn't extra work. I had submitted some requests for changes. When I got an email telling me they had been changed, I "found" the tombstones. It actually IS REALLY funny. As the old saying goes, "If it had been a snake, it would have bitten me."
RE: Cemeteries you have photographed William Columbus Smith, Annie Pearl Smith, and any others associated with that name at Ramah Baptist Church Cemetery, Palmetto, GA. Thanks for being patient with me while I found who you had worked on.
RE: Cemeteries you have photographed This is very embarrassing. I can't find the names; I suppose it is some of the descendants or ancestors of the Johnston family since I have been working on that name for several days (I've entered about 150 names in the past few days). I have distant relatives buried in Floral Hills in Palmetto and some in Ramah Baptist Church. I assume that it is there. I know for sure it is not anyone in Vermont or Massachusetts. My relatives seem to stick to the south. May I let you know when I find them?
Cemeteries you have photographed You have photographed some tombstones for distant relatives. May I use these photographs on their pages at Ancestry.com? I will gladly cite you as my source. Thank you.