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I have been doing gravestone photos for years and I contribute to a few different websites in Michigan. I have been into genealogy for the past 20 years,mostly just family,then I went into photographing our family headstones, as I was doing that,I was wondering if there was a need for such photos, I found this site, I LOVE it,(to bad it is so ADDICTING!) and I hope to continue doing it for years to come!
PS- Please do not get mad if the photos are mud or grass covered, I'll try to clean off or remove as much dirt and grass as I can to get a good photo. Since I live in Michigan,the weather plays an important part on when I can get out to do the photos. You can't stop nature or time.
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE, If you are related to any memorial I add, PLEASE ask for it, I would rather see it maintained by family.
I am not related to 99% of the memorials I submit.
If you see that I added flowers to your loved ones, it is just something I like to do.
I DO NOT do recently deceased headstone photos, Please allow at least 6 months for the family to add a marker.
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Thank you so much for the photos of my relatives' graves! I've never made it there to see them and it's great to finally be able to "visit" them online!!
|Timothy Gorman||RE: KRIEGER|
Thank you for capturing the photos of Regina and Bernard Krieger. The history of Regina (nee John) is a bit convoluted, because she was married to both a Bernard James Krieger and a Benjamin John Krieger, who would appear to have been born and died on the exact same dates (!). The records indicate that Bernard and Benjamin were indeed two distinct people, and were not related. However, the fact that the records show they were born and died on the same dates would lead you to believe they were, in fact, the same person. Someday I hope to get to the bottom of this.
Thanks so much for the photo of her headstone.
Added by Curious on Aug 15, 2015 5:37 PM
|ranny||Carolyn O'Guin photo|
Thanks so much for the photos!
Randy O'Guin, ranny Find A Grave 47208269
(Part of my One Name Study of the O'Guins/O'Quins)
Added by ranny on Aug 15, 2015 6:30 AM
Great photo. Thank you for your time & effort
Added by Renee on Aug 14, 2015 4:32 PM
|Garry Piiparinen||Beaver headstone photo|
Thank you for helping complete this memorial. Your work for findagrave is greatly appreciated.--Garry
|Diane Gravlee||Hodor grave marker|
Thanks so much for the nice photo of the Hodors' marker! They are part of our son-in-law's family and we all live on the east coast, so it is very much appreciated.
|Gail Ross||Headstone - Grave marker - Zebri|
I wanted to thank you personally for taking a picture of the Zebri's headstones/grave markers in the Michigan Memorial Park in Flat Rock, Michigan. I know this is a large cemetery, therefore, I hope someone in their office gave you a general idea of where to look.
I have in the past been a contributor to Find A Grave and know what it is like to walk a cemetery looking for names you do not know.
|Tom Jenkins||Dorothy Abela # 110597555|
Thank you for the fine photos for her the will be fine additions to my family data.
Regards, Tom Jenkins
thank you for information
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