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It is amazing what one can find in the pages of history! So often, the deceased merely become a worn name on a worn stone. Genealogy, however, allows us to see that each person lived with purpose and meaning, just as we do. |
I often take photos of the graves of veterans or those with interesting markers/ stories. I also like to take photos of markers and the area surrounding them so those searching for someone can see the context of where they are buried.
I am very happy to transfer any memorials I have created to those who are related or have interest in the person.
Thanks to all who work hard to help me and others in their searches for ancestors on this site!
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|mygenpassion||Beam & Gibson|
Many thanks for the photos.
|Greg Volk||RE: Thanks for the photo of the McNutts|
Thanks for sharing. Wish I could see you perform.
|Greg Volk||Thanks for the photo of the McNutts|
Hi Debbie. Nice of you to get out and take these pictures for me. Are you an opera singer?
|Loni Fuller||Photograph permissions|
My name is Loni Fuller, and Johan George Lyn is my 4th Great-Uncle. I have found his tombstone and other Lynn tombstone photos on FindAGrave, posted by you.
May I have permission to use the photographs for personal use? My attribution is "Photograph of Johan George Lynn, Old North Cemetery, Canfield, Mahoning, Ohio/Photograph © "OpperaDebbie" and used with her kind permission".
Please be assured that if you do not wish to grant permission I will not use the photos.
|MGA & BCA||Lucretia D Robinson|
Thank you, Debbie. That is Clell and Louisa's daughter!
|Pamela Byers Wrenn||RE: Jacob Mentzer|
Thank you so much. Pam
|MGA & BCA||RE: Louisa Donley|
Thank you for the picture. I had the incorrect date from an old book and I appreciate you finding the correct date for me! The pix are great!
|Donnalley||Nancy Adair Slagle|
Thanky-you so much for the photo !
|Susan Aigner||Louisa Zimmerman|
Thank you so much. I can see you had to work hard to capture the faint words on this stone.
|Margaret Sopp||Robert & Margaret Sprinkle|
Thank you for transferring the memorials for Robert Sprinkle & Margaret Newton Sprinkle. I appreciate it. Jennifer mentioned you were transferring them.
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