|Carl Myers (#46770551)|
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|I currently live in CT but have roots in OH and OR. Along with genealogy and attempting to find the common link between my wife and I (which started it all) my hobbies are model HOn3 trains, RC planes, photgraphy and computers.|
We love to travel, especially Germany and France, and enjoy art, great wine (we used to live in Oregon), great food and especially our friends.
Last but certainly not least, my daughter lives in Atlanta with a beautiful little girl and boy who I never see as much as I would like.
And finally, everyone is free to use my photos on this site for their personal use.
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|Franklin Family History||Bliss family: Woodland Cemetery, CT|
Thank you for taking the time to photograph this set of grave stones. There were quite a few and i appreciate your kindess
|Judy Mannenbach||John Fowler|
I just noticed that you added a photo of the headstone of John Fowler. Thanks so much.
Thanks so much for the photo of the headstone of Sherm and Joan Fowler.
|Barbara Nelson||Myers from OH|
I would love to touch base with you. My mother is a Myers and our line goes from Germany to Baltimore to OH and finally MI. I have many relatives still in OH esp Zanesville and Barnesville areas. I'd be interested if your Myers are connected with mine. Barb firstname.lastname@example.org
|Gone But Not Forgotten||Ashton Belden picture|
I also request a picture for Ashton Belden, another child of Martin Belden 71030531, where your picture is posted.
|Gone But Not Forgotten||Picture request|
Hi Carl, If I post a request, will you please add the same picture on
Find A Grave Memorial# 83578018
to their sons page?
He was Stanton Belden # 83578018
|priscilla ross-fox||RE: Pratt photo|
Wish I could but am in Illinois and can't travel at this time...maybe never...not sure but thanks for the offer.
I noticed your tombstone photos with off-camera flash. Bravo! I have been trying to spread the word on this technique. I made a YouTube video and some before and after tutorials, which are pretty easy to find on-line with Google or your favorite search engine. You are setting a fine example with your photographs. It seems like this is moderately well-known to photographers, but its application to tombstone photos is mostly unknown, especially by genealogists and find-a-gravers. I'm glad you're doing your part to raise the quality of photos on Find A Grave.
Added by ajmexico on Jan 04, 2015 7:54 PM
|priscilla ross-fox||Pratt photo|
How did you take this photo? It's amazing!
You have a picture of a headstone on John Rockwell and it says that he died in 1779 when the memorial says that he died in 1799
I do not believe that the headstone belongs to him
Added by andieno on Dec 08, 2014 9:37 PM
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