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Thank you so much for taking time out of your busy schedule to take some photos for me! I appreciate your efforts very much! Thanks a million! =)
Would you please remove the photo you posted to memorial 121563182? Images that are not of the grave site are to be posted to the cemetery page not to memorials. It gives the appearance this memorial already has a headstone photo which it does not.
Added by Connie on May 26, 2015 7:55 AM
|Roslyn Roisman-Patchi||RE: Cora May Manley|
She is the daughter of James and Grace Manley. I already sent the contributor that info and they have already done the links
|Erin Bohannon||Horace Alfred Dailey and family|
Thank you so much for not only photographing the requested person, but his family also! Thank you for going above and beyond... :D
|Roslyn Roisman-Patchi||Cora May Manley|
Thanks so much for the photo!
|Pam Wiedemann||Edward Taylor-Lakewood Cemetery|
Linda. Thanks for trying to get my photo request. Edward is buried there, but sounds like there is no stone. Thanks for volunteering your time! Pam
|Jim Krahulec||Edward Jirousek|
Thank you so much for the Marker Photo of Edward. I was not paying attention and should have also asked for a photo of his wife, Marjorie's marker. Usually a couple is together on a headstone. Did you notice another small stone with her name near his stone? If so, and if you took a photo already let me know and I will make a photo request for her.
|Barbara Muir||RE: re your grave marker photos|
Many thanks. I will only put them on my family tree on ancestry.com which helps me & others with our research. Barb
|Barbara Muir||re your grave marker photos|
Hello from Barb in Australia, Many thanks for your work = time & effort in recording cemetery & grave marker photos on the Find a Grave Website. I wonder if your photos are copyright or am I allowed to add them to my family tree on Ancestry.com. I will give you the photo credit eg Photo Credit: Thanks to Linda . Find a Grave Website, Memorial no
photo used with permission. I am NOT interested with the transfers of these memorials, just wish to add the photos to my family tree.
Regards Barb Muir, Melbourne Victoria Australia
|A Weers||RE: Willis Moffett|
Hey Linda! I also thought Alexander Scott had died too early for Lakewood, as he died in 1868. But my Mom said that's what was listed in the family Bible. Apparently he died in Richfield, MN. All but one of his kids are buried in Bloomington, MN cemetery. I suppose at some point I should try to find out on my next visit to Minneapolis. He was born in 1825 in Ohio. His wife's name was either Elizabeth Margaret Moffett or Margaret Elizabeth Moffett and she died in 1910 - again, Hennepin County.
I told my Mom, who's 99, that you found Willis Moffett's grave and she thought that was amazing. She's still sharp as a tack.
You've been so kind. Thanks so much from all of us! :)
Added by A Weers on Apr 29, 2015 4:01 PM
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