|Deborah Keller (#47488145)|
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In May 2011 I found a lot of useful information on "find a grave" while doing a family tree. This is a wonderful site! I'd love to help in any way I can.
Update, May, 2012 - I'm a married, mother of 2, grandmother of 3 (girls), great grandmother of one boy almost 2 yrs old and, as of next Friday, great grandmother to twin boys! :) Please feel free to use any photos I've submitted. But, it would be nice to get credit for them. :)
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|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||RE: George Stebbins|
A lot of people aren't even getting the emails. It is easy to miss
email. I didn't take the photo the same day you made your request
I photographed most of the cemetery last summer. It is 21 mi away
and now I can give all the great folks like you photos anytime
Best to you,
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||George Stebbins|
You probably don't know that George Stebbins
stone photo was posted
|John Bracchi||Anna Bates|
Thanks for Anna's grave marker photo. I'm working on her family for a "cousin" and this will help.
|Beverly Myers||TABITHA HANEY|
Thank you so much for the photo of Tabitha Haney's gravesite. Another treasure for my family history has been found! Again, thank you for your help.
There have been a number of men with that nam during the 1700s and 1800s. What are some clues as to the one your looking for?
Added by OnlyMe on Nov 26, 2012 6:52 AM
|the moo||RE: Mary Stebbins Gaylord photo|
You can feel free to use any of my Find A Grave photos provide that you credit each of them as "photographed by Meredith Davies."
Thanks for asking!
Added by the moo on Aug 20, 2012 2:19 PM
|Memories of You||Jess Hamilton|
Linked to Rachell. Have a great day.
|G&M Diggens||Loy Hamilton|
Thanks so much for the photos. They are very good!
|Ashley Odell||Your cousin, Bromley German|
Deborah, I saw that you posted on Lt. Bromley German's memorial page that he was your first cousin. I happened to take a picture of his stone at Arlington in January 2009 and it came out rather nice. You can see it at http://instagr.am/p/J5kPQFvU_e/ I'd rather not post it here -- I'd like to retain the attribution -- but I thought you and the family might like to see it. His stone was so striking that day because it was one of the few that had a wreath. It was a very foggy, misty day and the red ribbon on his wreath stood out so brightly that day. I imagine many people learned your cousin's name and story that day. We thank him for his service.
|s dobbins||Fannie Groover|
Thank you so much for the great monument picture of Fannie & Luther Groover's monument. I have tried to get the person that maintains the site to link them, but he never replies.
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