|EmLynn Thompson (#48247936)|
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Hi, my names Michelle. I'm a retired Army medic that took up photography as a hobby about 5 years ago. |
One of my favorite subjects to shoot are graveyards and cemeteries. I find them beautiful and peaceful. No one's memory should fade just because their headstone does.
I'm willing and happy to do photography in the Lexington, KY region. Don't fail to ask because you think it may be too far.
If I've added someone that is not my relative I'll happily update or transfer the memorial over to you. I do this to honor the deceased and their families. If there are any misprints or incomplete information, send me a message from their memorial and I'll update it.
Feel free to use my photos for your research, family trees and such. There's no need to ask permission.
I borrowed this quote from a F.A.G'er in North Carolina. It really puts things in perspective.
"If you wonder about your 'roots' you have two parents, four grandparents eight great-grandparents and 16 great-great-grandparents, and by the time you go back 10 generations 300 years or so- you had 1,024 people from whom you are directly descended." --Mady Castro
Gravestones fade and disappear. A photograph can last forever.
Everyone deserves a flower¸.•*` Ƹ̴Ӂ̴Ʒ
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|Lynnette Davis||RE: Robert Lincoln Wright|
Thank you for adding this, I was not able to go to the site where you found this, is it accessible to the public? Very good and detailed info.
How are you related to the Davis'? Phyllis was my husband's aunt.
Thank you so much! This goes to confirm that the family is at rest out there and my findings of hard financial times explain the unmarked grave.
Of course this opens up more questions on names; the records you spoke up are not digitized I assume?
If so that just means more coupons savings to the cookie jar for a trip to KY =)
Thank you sincerely,
Added by briixain on Oct 22, 2014 7:03 AM
|T- Marie||Catherine McFadden Grave|
Thank you so much for the pictures of the plot and thank you for the message. I appreciate it. Have a great day.
Added by T- Marie on Oct 22, 2014 5:35 AM
|Perry Brantley||James E. Graves|
Thank-you for your help...!
|Toni Duong||Catherine Mayfield Beargie|
Thanks for photographing Catherine Beargie's headstone. :) It's very appreciated.
|Walt Matney||Cora Laffoon|
Cordie and Cora Laffoon are my divorced grandprents. Cordie is at Suthards and Cora is at New Suthards next to Wayne. Cemeteries are about 2 miles apart Hope this helps.
|Walt Matney||RE: re: Wayne D Laffoon|
No problem. Wayne was my moms brother. I see your a cousin. How so? Wayne was at Pearl harbor on Dec 7 '41. In hospital with ulcer problem. He was able to help with wounded. He died from renal failure at age 42.
|Kathleen Judkins-Gerard||RE: re: Roberta Ann English Loftin|
You are welcome I grabbed all the lofting in that area
|AJ||W. E. Wayman - baby|
It has been done.
Added by AJ on Sep 21, 2014 12:32 PM
|Richard Jordan||RE: Thompson's|
Mady would be pleased. She was born in Austria in about 1910. She could trace her ancestors back to the 11th century. She was my cousin's mother-in-law and she died in Morganton, NC.
Please call on me if I can be of additional help.
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