|Monica Palmer (#47048530)|
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I love old cemeteries and enjoy going to new ones through Find A Grave photo requests.|
I keep the larger original photos, so if you would like me to email you a copy of a photo I have posted, please just let me know.
Not all of the memorials I've added are my relations so please feel free to contact me for possible transfer of management. You have my permission to use any of my photos for personal use, however, please credit me for the picture. If using for commercial reasons, please contact me for permission. Thank you!
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I am sorry it took me so long to thank you for taking the photo of the headstone of Mary Wood (my Great Great Grandmother) I appreciate your time and kindness!! Thank you ~ Thank you ~ Thank you~
have a wonderful day! :)
|cassie yarsky||RE: William Morgan Davis|
Monica, no problem. We all have lives and things to do. Thank you for the transfer.
|cassie yarsky||William Morgan Davis|
Hi Monica, would you be willing to transfer William Morgan Davis to me? He is my Grandfather. My number is 47769544. thanks so much, Cassie Yarsky
|Connie Chrisman Hatch||Thelma Spake|
Thank you for telling me her maiden name. I have made the correction on her memorial.
|ladymayflower||Andrew A. Barrows|
Find A Grave Memorial# 108364353
Hi! Please add vitals for Andrew A. Barrows: born 1830. Died 17 Apr 1859. Son of Andrew Barrows and Polley Cummings Barrows (buried next to them, same cemetery: North Barton Cemetery). Thx!
|Jane from MI||Iva Heaver|
Hi, Monica, Thanks for catching the mistake in her biography. I fixed it. Remember me? It has been a long time. Jane from MI Coblentz reseacher email@example.com
|Fred/Kathy||William H. Barrows|
Hi - I added the info. you suggested for
Mr. Barrows - I will transfer management of this memorial to you if you want
I took the picture and added the memorial simply because I try to photograph and add as many miltary personal markers as I can ; as a way of trying to make sure they are never forgotten. Fred
Thank you for the photo. I truly appreciate your time and effort.
Added by anne on Apr 12, 2013 10:49 AM
|Gerald Crotinger||RE: Albert Linenberger|
You are welcome. Always glad to help with photos.
|Debbie Paschal||Dr. S. E. Palmer|
I have purchased some personal belongings of a Dr. S. E. Palmer Paris France 1913
Are you related to this person. Please contact me if you are and I can advise you of what I have.
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