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pathfinder61 (#47837058)
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Bio Photo I've been tracing my family tree just about all my life. I got seriously interested about 15 yrs. ago when my dad and I would talk for hours about his family, the Hunters. Since then I have met many cousins online and have become reacquainted with other family members of the Hunter, Norwood, and Carroll line from NC. I have traveled to Raleigh, NC, to the state archives, the cemeteries around Raleigh, Smithfield and Archer's Lodge photographing info to add to the family tree. I am a direct descendant of tavern owner, Isaac Hunter, of Raleigh.

Unlike some other gravers, if you want me to transfer a memorial of a friend or family member just ask and I will happy to do so. These are not MY memorials; they are here for you. I don't care anything about the number of memorials/photos I have racked up. I hope that some of you that realize a loved has no marker will somehow provide one for that person so that they will always be remembered.

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Many thanks for Bennie Ming's tombstone picture.
Added by IronGate on Dec 16, 2014 6:17 PM
Photo of Charles L Collins Headstone
I would like to thank you for taking the time out of your day to visit and photograph my fathers gravestone. Wish I could have met him before he died but at least now I can visit him thru your photo. Thanks again

Annette :)
Added by Annette on Dec 16, 2014 6:04 PM
Harvey Kligora
Rose marker
The e-mail is that one here it is again
Thanks again
Added by Harvey Kligora on Dec 14, 2014 6:23 PM
Harvey Kligora
John Frank Bonner
Pathfinder would you consider sharing the Picture the you put John Frank Bonner 1867-1960 in Lake view Memory Gardens in Alabama the Picture of the Unmarked Grave stone with the Rose on it I think it is wonderful. Would you please e-mail it to me.
Thank you much
Added by Harvey Kligora on Dec 14, 2014 4:19 PM
rita walden
a year
hi it been a year I think don't know date I meet you in Oct but I know on black Friday this year is when I brought my camer an stated find a grave this been great year an have you to thank meet an seen so many people learn so much had graet year hope for many more sorry it be while from last talk thank you rita
Added by rita walden on Oct 28, 2014 9:55 AM
Patricia Corbell Gonzalez
Bessie A. Crane
Thank you so much for turning this memorial over to me. I was overwhelmed when I first found it.
Added by Patricia Corbell Gonzalez on Oct 04, 2014 7:15 PM
Patricia Corbell Gonzalez
Uncle Joe Crane
Thank you so much for this kind act.
Added by Patricia Corbell Gonzalez on Oct 04, 2014 7:13 PM
Patricia Corbell Gonzalez
RE: Uncle Joe Crane
I would love to have this memorial turned over to me if you would. Do I have to do anything to maintain the site?

Also is it possible to have the memorial of Bessie A Crane, his wife, my aunt, 1909-1985 Phenix City, Alabama? Thank you.

Pat Corbell Gonzalez
Added by Patricia Corbell Gonzalez on Oct 04, 2014 6:31 PM
Ben Chrismond
RE: Edits
That's nothing. Sometimes I get twenty complex edits a day from a single contributor.

Have fun with the cooler temps.
Added by Ben Chrismond on Sep 30, 2014 3:20 PM
Patricia Corbell Gonzalez
RE: Uncle Joe Crane
Normally I would say yes immediately, but there seems to be some sort of contradiction about his wife, my aunt's, identity although I am almost certain that the grave for her is for my aunt, Bessie Ann Crane, 1909-1985, also in the same Phenix City Cemetery. Her parents were Wylie Williams Sr and Maud Ann Jones of Georgia. Is there any way to double check this? I was told she was born in Atlanta on 1 Nov 1910.

I would greatly appreciate your help.


Added by Patricia Corbell Gonzalez on Sep 26, 2014 2:41 PM
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