Would love to manage this memorial, as I am trying to locate his wife, one of my cousins. I appreciate your willingness to share your sites/work. I know it can be work, and that the joy is in the discovery and maintaining of our sacred heritage. I lived in New England for nearly 40 yrs and all this brings back memories ~ appreciatively yours,
I came across your memorial for Roxie Dowell Bennett at Find A Grave Memorial# 140161210 with a nice photo you had made. I had a memorial for her as she married my uncle but had her in the wrong cemetery. I was going over the memorial I had made when I realized my mistake. Would you be willing to transfer your memorial to mine, or transfer your photo to mine and delete yours, since you took the photo. I would greatly appreciate whatever you decide. in appreciation for all your nice work, thank you ~
Snow Creek Methodist I have been searching for Claywells and other family members in this area and I see your name many times on photos you have taken and memorials you have created. Thank you for your many contributions to this great site. Happy Holidays! DAM
RE: Louisa Blue Lewis Sorry that it is sideways. It is my first and I guess I need to find a way to preview the picture before I press "send". Several other Lewis stones in the same area. Facing the church, they are on the left side. Thanks for your reply Lois Hagerty
James W Minnish @ 69226668 Hi Erika, I just wanted to see if you could adjust the angle of the inverted grave photo you placed in memory of the person posted as: RE: James W Minnish - Created by: Caroll Barrier Smith Record added: May 02, 2011 Find A Grave Memorial# 69226668
James was my 3rd great uncle so I am trying to help him out :). - Thank you so very kindly for all the effort you take to photograph & post so many photos. I really appreciate it, as I am unable to drive.