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Cameron Herrell (#47967691)
 member for 1 year, 11 months, 28 days
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Hello! I've added many of my relatives on this site plus many others of people that I personally knew or was acquainted with at some time. I hope I'm not offending anyone when I add their loved one. And if I have added one of your relatives that you would like to be transferred to you, I will gladly do so. I'm not in this to see how many memorials I can accumulate. I just want to create one in honor of the person who lived. Also, all gravestone pics I add to memorials can be printed off. I do not charge anyone any money for takings the pics. I volunteer my own time when I am available and there is no charge to the requester whatsoever. Findagrave just request these pics to not be scanned/copied & out on other websites, so please adhere to that. When I joined FAG in 2012, FAG did not send me any instructions of what to not put on memorials. Hence, I had some 15 to 20 years of obits (around 300) that I personally knew, was acquainted with, or knew the family in some way & had added them to memorials already started. In the spring of this year I was informed by 2 different ladies that I could not put them on this website. So, I immediately started taking off as many as I could remember. I know I didn't get them all as after putting them on, I donated all of those obits to our local library for them to put in a book. If you feel you need to contact FAG administer because I have violated the rule, please feel free to do so as I feel they can scan my 3400 memorials faster than I can to see if any more of them need to be taken off. What good is this website if you can only get a picture of a tombstone of a relative you are looking for and not any more genealogical info? Newcomers to FAG need to be sent a copy of the regulations regarding the input of memorials on here. In the meantime, I don't feel any regret of already having added over 20,000 photos to FAG in the past 14 months to help people out from traveling all over the place like I had to do when I first started genealogy in 1994. FAG, also, needs a "No Tombstone" symbol so that when you photo a whole cemetery & know beyond the shadow of a doubt that there is no tombstone, it can be posted so that other photo volunteers won't be sent out for nothing.
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re: Sarah E Williams gravestone photos
Hi Cameron,
When we combined the memorials for Sarah Emma Duncan Williams (#72912596), the remaining memorial ended up with two identical photos of her gravestone. Would you be so kind as to remove one of the pictures. Thanks so much!

Added by Martha on Oct 17, 2014 11:09 PM
Wilma C Hupp #102459975
FYI you need to post the headstone from #102459801 to his wife Wilma C #102459975. You have posted the wrong photo and need to delete it..
Added by janicet on Oct 16, 2014 11:58 PM
Find A Grave Memorial# 98385448
You will have to resend the note on this one . I deleted the other one it had your correction on it . So I cant get back to it . Thank Jarrott
Added by JARROTT P. COX on Oct 16, 2014 7:27 PM
Ms McGuire
Salem Cemetery
You have done a great job in posting graves. I am interesting in visiting Salem Cemetery, near Rich Hill. Many of my Bell relatives are interred there. Its a large site so how do I locate the graves? I will be meeting some local historians next Sunday/Monday about the family in pre civil war MO.

Mary McGuire
Added by Ms McGuire on Oct 13, 2014 10:36 AM
Sarah E Williams gravestone
Memorial #126575552 (Sarah E Williams) was recently transferred to me; it is a duplicate of the one I had already created for her several years ago. You had posted a gravestone photo on the above mentioned memorial. Would you be so kind as to post that photo on memorial #72912596 (Sarah Emma Duncan Williams), so that I can delete the duplicate.

Your good work on FindaGrave is greatly appreciated!
Thank you so much!

Added by Martha on Oct 09, 2014 3:29 PM
Regina Hall Ivie♥
William Lon "Cowboy" Wilcox
Thank you for your time and talent in adding the headstone picture for this memorial.
Added by Regina Hall Ivie♥ on Oct 09, 2014 12:22 AM
Elmer & Patsy Seward
Cameron, I was wondering if you would please remove the picture you have on Elmer's memorial #32331143
and take the picture you have on Patsy's memorial #104264982 and put is on Elmer's page. The picture you have on Elmer's page you can not see his side of the stone because of the shadow of the flower. This would be so much appreciated.

Added by Tess on Oct 08, 2014 9:43 AM
RE: Oak Hill Cemetery Buyler Missouri
Thank you very much Cameron for all the work you did. I really appreciate it. I live in El Dorado Springs, Missouri and have done a lot of research but this is my block. I see on Rhoda's death certificate she was widowed so I am sure he died before Rhoda she died Nov. 24, 1944, last child was born Rose May b. 1897 and there is a 1910 census with a different wife. I guess I will see if I can find her and see if he is buried with her.

Added by Tess on Oct 07, 2014 9:34 AM
Lee Ann
Wm Lon Wilcox
Thank you for taking time to add this photo for my uncle.
Added by Lee Ann on Oct 06, 2014 3:10 PM
RE: Oak Hill Cemetery Buyler Missouri
Thank you so much for you help on this, I really appreciate it.

will be waiting for a response.

Added by Tess on Oct 05, 2014 2:24 PM
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