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Ancestors last names: Morgan, Rush, McCullough, Houser, Coffin, Brain, Hanks, and Forsythe.|
Currently located in Southern Iowa.
If you want multiple monuments photographed, please take the time to create a memorial for each person rather than attach a message to one request asking for multiple photos.
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|Gene Bruner||Bruner brothers & their wives|
Thanks so much for the Oakland cemetery photos; they add a lot to my ancestry.com work. George O. and brother William E. Bruner were first cousins of my late paternal or sword grandfather Robert Franklin Bruner (1887-1978).
Thank you so very much for fulfilling my request for a headstone photo for my 2nd Great Grandfather!
Added by Carol on Feb 22, 2014 4:07 PM
|Ellen Krull Miller||Mallette Pictures|
Thank you so very much for adding, Tom and Nancy Abigail 'Abbie' Adams Mallett's pictures I really appreciate it.
Abbie was my Grandpa Adams' sister.
Thank you again
Ellen Kruu Miller
|Eileen M. Murphy||Hiatt and Cortesio|
Many thanks for finding, photographing and uploading the photographs of the headstones for Elizabeth Hiatt and Kathryn Cortesio.
I've entered a photo request for Katheryn Cortesio's husband, Frank R Cortisio, Jr.'s headstone. Could you please add the same photograph as Katheryn's to his memorial? Thanks in advance.
Eileen M. Murphy
A lot of Houser monuments but could not find the ones you have listed. I took a photo of the Houser headstone for you.
|Joseph StCloud IRWIN||Harriet Shonts|
Thank you for the Photo and your time to
volunteer and find Harriet Shonts. Her
spouse, Theodore Shonts , was on the Panama
Canal commission in 1905 with Chief Engineer
John Finley Wallace. Thanks again.
|Janet Harder||Thomas M Fee photo|
Thanks so much. Glad to see the GAR Star is present, marking his military service. Again, thanks for going out and taking the photo.
|Cathy Yancy Elliott||Thank You!|
Thank you very much for taking the photo of Betty's stone. I appreciate you so much!
Thanks for the Tovrea photos. It's cool you're so young and helping people find their family and friends.
Added by cemgems on Nov 03, 2013 6:02 PM
|Ron Kocian||RE: McCullough Stones|
I'm sorry to say that the photos on the memorial page are at their maximum, pixel-wise. I always take at least 2 shots of each marker, then enhance and crop the photos at home (editing out things like my dear wifey making gargoyle faces at me or flipping me the bird if she happens to place herself in near proximity to the stone when the picture is taken), and then I pick the best to post on the memorial page. So, I do have 2 photos of Sam and Margaret's tombstones still saved off but they are all edited down to about 60% of their original sizes. If you wish, I could email them to you. (I believe your email address is email@example.com, not so?) However, I hope to make another trip over to Rimersburg (the cemetery is about 15 miles from me as the bird flies) before the weather totally goes down the commode, and take a couple more shots of their markers (I know exactly where they're located)and email you them also. But that field trip is entirely contingent upon the weather and how much leash my dear wifey allows me. (I'm horribly henpecked as are most American married men. Fortunately, I'm retired and she still works. Woohoo!)
There are still almost 100 photo requests for Rimersburg cemetery and for the life of me I don't know why. Most of the cemeteries in the surrounding areas have nowhere near the number of photo requests in relation to their sizes. Perhaps the Rimersburgers haven't worked out the intricacies of the camera yet.
Well anyway, let me know what your desires are; but please do so quickly as once the weather turns, I hibernate until spring (if God and the dear wifey are merciful).
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