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|Just found this to be an interesting possible retirement hobby for "someday" when searching for relatives graves. I have enjoyed 'connecting' family members to their heritage through the pictures of their ancestors' markers and hope I can help by volunteering to take photos. |
For all non-commercial purposes you have my permission to use any photos provided they are accompanied by acknowledgment as "Find-A-Grave Contributor, JWB". Any other use is prohibited without my express written permission.
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|Flora Roe||Photo Request|
Thank you so much for the picture of the headstone of my cousin, James Gray, in the Little Rock National Cemetery. It's another small piece I can add to my family genealogy. I appreciate your time in doing this.
|Sharon Gross||John Holland|
Thank you so much for the pictures!
I appreciate you taking the time to take a photo of Willie's grave and posting it on this site. Willie was my wife's uncle.
|Dan Lanteigne||re: photos|
Thanks for the compliment. Yes, I do care on the quality of my photos. I watch for everything from reflections and or obstructions that limit viewing names and dates. I hope all my photos are found useful to someone and one time or another. Cheers
|Tricia Brown Westbrooks||Susan Shaw|
Thanks for taking the photo of Susan's stone, and thanks for your work with Find A Grave
|Libby Talley||M. Hoekstra|
Thanks so much for fulfilling this photo request. I appreciate it.
|Robert Crutchfield||Joseph Blundell|
Thank you so very much for taking and posting the headstone photograph for Joseph Blundell in Little Rock National Cemetery.
|candy lovins||RE: Douglas Fleming|
I am in Ill close to Chicago.
I appreciate your responding so quickly.
These Flemings you listed are my ggfather's sons grandson and ggrandson. I am thinking John A.
must be there, although the Mt Holly cem doesn't have him listed.
|candy lovins||Douglas Fleming|
I saw your post on Douglas. He is son or grandson to my ggfather, John Adamson. Can you tell me where this is and if John Adamson is buried there?
I have looked for his grave for years, even asking
the Pulaski co historian. No luck.
Thanks for photo
Added by Murrell on Feb 21, 2015 10:46 AM
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