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We've searched many graveyards, seen stones that were in such disrepair, and wondered what would happen to them as time marched on. This site is a wonderful way to preserve, if not the actual stone, at least a replica by photograph for future genealogists. Our eldest son has also gained in interest in photographing the stones and we have enjoyed working these cemeteries together and searching out requests.
If you have taken better gravestone photos that what we have posted, please post yours and send a message - we will review and delete ours if appropriate.
I may try to contact contributors if I question an edit. For those who hide themselves completely by not showing email or allowing comments, my only choice is to decline. To me credibility is in question if it comes from a contributor who does not have enough pride in their work to identify themselves and provide a way to be contacted.
Happy graving to all!
---Linda & family
October 2014 - Our son has taken on the project of photographing all the stones at Cumberland Valley Memorial Garden in Carlisle. I will be posting these photos as quickly as possible. He has also helped me photograph other local cemeteries -- a big THANKS goes out to him.
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Thank you very much for finding and taking the picture of the marker for me. Hopefully next time I make it out there I will get to the Cumberland Memorial Gardens. Hope all is well, Jessica
Added by Jessica on Oct 22, 2014 4:55 PM
|Barry Michie||PA DC Records|
I do hope the PA death records are updated.
Actually I've been wandering around 19th century old Banffshire and Aberdeenshire working on my Scottish kin in the meantime. Some interesting things including a couple of cases of "nothing new under the sun"!!!
|K L Gruber||Evelyn Brehm|
Thank you very much for obtaining a photo of Evelyn Brehm's marker.....and her husband and daughter. Appreciate it very much.
|Barry Michie||Ditmer Photos|
Thanks much for the photos on John Abram Ditmer and his wife Anna Eckroth's memorials. Much appreciated.
I've just about run out of Shatto and Shatto related people to work on in PA. Have run through the death certificates, most recent additions to newspapers.com, etc.
|Jen Walston Harris Hill||MACE THANKS!|
Thank you so much for going above & beyond Find A Grave! You are Amazing! I'm bookmarking the links as they will come in very handy for looking at quite a few of my other (Direct) branches that are in that area! & YES, You were right, Woodlawn Memorial Gardens.
|Peggy Bargen Duey||Your son|
You have to be one PROUD mama with your son helping you in this volunteer project. Tell him to keep up the GREAT JOB and GREAT PICTURES he's taking!!!! He is a wonderful asset to Find A Grave.
Thanks very much for posting the memorials for Raymond and Mary Thoman Shearer in Cumberland Valley Memorial Gardens.
Thanks for taking the pics at Mt. Zion Cemetery. Much appreciated.
Added by JT on Oct 19, 2014 3:14 AM
|Dianne ||RE: Levi & Michael Gleim|
1850 Census for S. Middleton Twp., Cumberland Co., PA
Added by Dianne on Oct 15, 2014 5:58 PM
|Dianne ||RE: Levi & Michael Gleim|
Yes, the "History of the Gleim Family in America" shows link to parents.
Added by Dianne on Oct 15, 2014 5:49 PM
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