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Monika Cantrell (#47114703)
 member for 5 years, 10 months, 27 days
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Bio Photo My interest in findagrave started when I worked on a family tree for my husband. We found some of his relatives and where they are buried through this site. It was comforting to look at their headstones and imagine what life was like for them more than 200 years ago.
I would like to thank all the volunteers for their time and effort in photographing and documenting the grave sites. I was so impressed with their work that now I am a volunteer and I enjoy spending my free time at the cemeteries documenting headstones of which some, unfortunetly, will be totaly unreadable in a few years.
In photographing cemeteries I noticed some of the older, hard to read headstones have been scratched to try and make out a name or date. I DO NOT alter the headstones in any way, instead, I take several photos from different angels to try to read them.
If you find any mistakes, please contact me. I am not perfect and do make mistakes and when they are pointed out to me I gladly make the correction.

Any photo from a cemetery that I've posted at Find-A-Grave may be used for family trees, personal use, etc.
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Wynell Tastinger
Antione Favre
Monika,
Thank you so much for taking the picture for me! I really do appreciate it.
Added by Wynell Tastinger on Feb 20, 2015 12:05 PM
searcher
Mary Farve
Thanks so much for the photo
Added by searcher on Feb 12, 2015 8:29 AM
Karen Manasco
Gloria Camp Harris
Are you related to the Camps/Terrells?
Added by Karen Manasco on Feb 05, 2015 8:01 PM
Ken Record
Dina Record
Thanks for your efforts. They are very much appreciated.
Added by Ken Record on Feb 01, 2015 1:22 PM
CMB
RE: Downing memorials
Your are so nice. Thank you for transferring them. Just in the last few days I realized I could ask to maintain my close relatives when I realized someone had posted my mother and father's graves. I should have but wasn't sure how to do it, so I have learned a lot in the last week! I thought it would be nice to link the family together as I searched on them I found many were not linked. Thank you again for posting them initially and the transfer. Sincerely, Claire
Added by CMB on Jan 31, 2015 1:00 PM
CMB
Transfer please?
Hello Monica, Thank you for posting the graves of my Grandmother and Uncle and little cousin. Would you be willing to transfer them to me? I have many other relatives I would like to link them all too. I am very new at this and would understand if you hesitated. I would sincerely appreciate the transfer of:
Owen Downing #108055308
Rose Etta Casey Downing #108055031
Sheila Downing #108055684

Regards,
Claire
Added by CMB on Jan 31, 2015 9:52 AM
Edith Lieuallen
Randolph Headstones
Hi, Monika Thank you very much for the great pictures. They are family and I live in Oregon,
so this was great getting to see them.

Thanks Edith Lieuallen
Added by Edith Lieuallen on Jan 28, 2015 2:13 PM
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Eloiuse Frances Collier Favre
Thanks so much for the grave photo. I am researching her daughters death
Added by searcher on Jan 28, 2015 4:23 AM
Theresa Resino
Joseph Richardson
Thank you so much for posting the photo. What a beautiful memorial stone.
Added by Theresa Resino on Jan 27, 2015 5:39 PM
Bonnie
Napier Family Lewis Chapel Cemetery
Hi Monika

My great grandmother was a Napier. If you want to transfer, feel free, although not direct descendants, I am researching these too.

Bonnie
Added by Bonnie on Jan 24, 2015 2:29 PM
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