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As per Find a Grave rules: TRANSFER REQUESTS should be for direct relatives within four generations. This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Please state your relationship when requesting a transfer. Please use the Suggest a Correction link to request a transfer. PLEASE PLEASE please, tell me your relationship or I will just delete your request. Thanks!
For you picture takers, directly quoted from the Findagrave FAQ's...
Please do not add photos to Find A Grave that you have acquired from another source. Photos fall under copyright protection laws, even photographs used in obituaries. In general, if you did not take the photo yourself, you should not post it. The only exceptions to this are photos that are old enough to have fallen into the public domain and photos for which you have received written consent from the copyright holder.
Please use the "Suggest a correction" feature to submit corrections, an original biography, and family links to memorials. Be sure to include the memorial ID#s for the family links and how they are related, father, mother or spouse. I will be happy to make corrections, provided the information is accurate.
my email: reallyred64[at]yahoo[dot]com
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|Anthony L Lowery||Curtis A. Barton|
Curtis A. Barton born June5,1952 died June 21, 2013
ashes interred with wife Judy Barton (foot marker)
|John A. Ridzelski||Sports Family Links|
Please link William Levy Sports (memorial # 64282521) to his parenets Henry (memorial # 760433375) and Margaret (memorial # 76044081).
Vonna, thanks so much for the transfers. I really appreciate it. You have done such a good job of adding the family links and photos. But even more than that, I appreciate you having taken the time and effort to record their tombstones and post them in the first place. It is really touching for me to be able to "see" my great-grandparents' graves since I didn't know where they were buried. God bless genealogy volunteers, and God bless you. :-)
|D. Goodboe||Re: Jimmy Kinkead|
I searched earlier this year for this burial and at that time there was no headstone in place. Thought I'd stop in again today and check, but still no headstone. Just wanted to let you know.
|amandasue||RE: Wasser photo request|
I did run into the grounds keeper, he was very nice. He said he knows that this cemetery has many Wassers burried in it. I did look for Tobias when I did the rest of the requests but I didn't find him. A lot of the older stones are damaged or are laying on the ground. The grounds keeper said he was trying to get a plaque made with all the names of the resting occupants, but he said they don't have the funding as of yet. He also said that the whole front area was full of just crosses with no names around the 1970's. So I will keep checking on it. :)
Sorry, I put these in off the old cemetery index books that were read off the stones. All it lists is wife of Tobias. No first name is listed.
Added by Don Cook on Nov 08, 2013 2:17 PM
Thank you so much for the three headstones from Cross Creek Cemetery. I appreciate the time you took to get these for me. They are a big part of my genealogy research. Thanks again.
|Debra Chard||RE: Nancy Jane Diehl McCreight|
I am happy you asked about this, as I have been meaning to get a message in to you. I went back out to the cemetery. My goal is to photograph any stones that remain without a photo, so I have been all over that cemetery. No sign of the exact marking for this person. So sorry, but haven't been able to find her, just the family stone. Still working on the project, so if by chance I missed something and find it yet, I'll let you know immediately. Before I'm done, I'm sure I'll have to contact whoever maintains this cemetery to have any questions left answered, and when I do, I'll remember to ask about her also. Regards, Debra
|Albert Johnson||Ivan Lydale Byrd|
Vionna,I was raised in Fayetteville,my Mom /Grandmom was blessed to celebrate her 92nd birthday just days after you took or posted the picture.(28th)Again many thanks!
|Albert Johnson||Ivan Lydale Byrd|
The Headstone of which you so kindly and beautifuly photographed is on my Family Plot .He is my 15 yr.old brother buried next to my Aunt Lumeta Byrd Knox, her husband long ago deceased. The other side of the stone marks the resting place of my Great Grand Parents John and Ethel,parents to Lumeta,I was adopted by my Grandparents sister to Lumeta ,Luvenia Byrd Johnson ,wife of BU1 RET. USN Ernest Charles Johnson (Ernie)deceased purchaser of the Grounds my dad.Damon the grounds Keeper for the City of Fayetteville
,NC Can verify Or Colvin FH who interned Ivan,Commisioned by my Family.I am a New York State Funeral Director ,and would if I may ask that the other side of the stone be blessed by your craft as well,I new to Findagrave ,of which I find to be a great institution,I don't wish to break any laws nor offend any one .I also Thank God for you and those like you that have gone all over to help so many there are other memorial pictures that would commission you to do if it were possible,pls let me know.How can I thank you?
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