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I live in the Rochester, NY area and love to visit cemeteries around the Finger Lakes area but also wherever I happen to be on my travels. I have found some of my ancestors on here and I greatly appreciate someone taking the time to photograph and upload pictures of their stones. I'm glad to return the favor by looking for stones for others.|
I enter many memorials and take many pictures of people's graves who are NOT related to me, so if you see a relative of yours that you would like to maintain, please don't hesitate to ask. I'll transfer it to you if they are not related to me. Please include your member # when asking for a transfer.
The picture on my profile is my great grandmother, Adelle Robinson Cole. I have her name as my middle name.
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|Sally Darby Sauer||RE: Polly Teeter memorial|
Thanks for letting me know about your memorial to Polly Teeter.
Many thanks for the lovely photos. Lin
Added by Lin on Aug 15, 2014 8:50 AM
Just a little thank you, for the findagrave tombstone pics of my family. Denise
|sgrove777||Sarah Whitlock Vick|
Thank you very much for visiting and photographing the plot in Mount Hope Cemetery! I really appreciate your help!
|Cerelle Bolon||Thomas Locke Miller photo|
Thank you so much for taking the photo for me. You are a very clever photographer to know how to overcome that glare on the surface to take such a readable photo!! THANKS for all your efforts. This is very much appreciated.
|Karl Hamlin||Mary Hamlin Jones marker photo|
Many thanks for your headstone photography. I know what's involved in traveling to the cemetery, finding the plots, sometimes cleaning the headstones, taking the pictures, and uploading them; all for a perfect stranger. I really appreciate your efforts.
Thanks and best regards, Karl Hamlin
|Benita Steyer||Asahel B Hallock|
Thank you for taking the picture of George & Phebe Hallock's 18 year old son Asahel B. Hallock's headstone. I appreciate seeing that Asahel & George are buried next to each other. Thank you!
|Benita Steyer||William Corning picture|
Thank you for looking this up and taking the picture. I guess he must be buried there without a headstone.
|Mary Jayne McGuire||Taking the picture|
I don't know if I've thanked you for taking this picture. But thank you. You have found a great, great, great, great, great grand mother. Thank you!!
|Waldarry||James Davis 2nd|
Thanks so much for taking the photo for us. It took us a very long time to trace this Civil War ancestor and were delighted to finally find him in the Bath National Cemetery, having died in the Soldiers' Home. The photo brings our search to completion.
We also volunteer as photo takers and know what it means to be able to help those who are unable to visit a relative's final resting place. Thanks again.
Added by Waldarry on Sep 09, 2013 8:07 PM
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