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Grave Walker(L Kopet) (#46819666)
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"Photograph the grave/gravesite 'in-situ', or as it appears in that moment in time. The purpose is to show the grave as it is, be it dirty, cluttered, broken, or pristine. It is not your job to clean it, clear it, fix it, or decorate it. The graves are not yours to do as you please. Remember, one person's 'good deed' just might be another person's vandalism. Go take lots of photos... but do it like an anthropologist and do not disturb the grave site."
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DMaron
Kohlhoff edit
Thanks for the edits and all of the work you are doing. Sincerely, Dale
Added by DMaron on Jul 09, 2014 8:01 PM
Suzanne Somodi Jimenez
Markers
Thank you so very much for ALL the markers you have added to the memorials for my family. I truly do appreciate the time you take to do this.

Suzanne
Added by Suzanne Somodi Jimenez on Jul 03, 2014 5:40 PM
Michael J. Petrie
berenz
Thanks for letting me know that the Berenz grave is now marked.
Added by Michael J. Petrie on Jun 27, 2014 5:59 PM
K. Roberts
The Thomsons
Thank you
K. Roberts
Added by K. Roberts on Jun 20, 2014 7:21 PM
s schultz
RE: Hello again,
Thanks :-)
Added by s schultz on Jun 09, 2014 1:11 PM
s schultz
Hello again,
I wasn't surprised when I noticed your name attached to a picture in a memorial for one of our famiily members. Thank you so much for EVERYTHING you do. It's the hard work of volunteers that add so much to the research we do. Thank you.

I know I sent you an email last year asking if you wanted us to ask permission for each picture or not. I found the email I sent but not your reply (sorry). In part it read "We will happily cite both you and Find A Grave as our source for any picture we use. We thought we'd ask for blanket permission instead of one by one as we don't want to fill your inbox with a lot of individual requests. But if you'd rather we send we'd gladly do that. Anyway, thank you for allowing us to use the Rohloff pictures and thank for considering our latest request."

I really want to respect your wishes in this. Again thank you for all the hard work you do. S
Added by s schultz on Jun 08, 2014 1:58 PM
L Evans
Our Wisconsin Magazine Article
Just wanted to tell you that I enjoyed the article about you, Larry Kopet, Grave Walker, in the "Our Wisconsin" magazine, June/July 2014 issue.
Added by L Evans on Jun 06, 2014 8:53 AM
LZ
Greenwood Cemetery
Alma Grace Roberts Dalton – 76915635

Thank you for the photo. Linda
Added by LZ on Jun 02, 2014 6:57 PM
Maggie
Richard Wallin 1819-1905
Richard Wallin is my 3rd great uncle. He was born in May 1819 in Warwickshire, England to John & Frances Wallin.
He married Harriet Gale on 01 Oct 1838 in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, England.
He was a carpet weaver who came to this country with his brothers James & John.
He came to Wisconsin in the mid-1850's with his family to work the land the he had purchased.
According to the 1860 census. his father & mother as well as his brother Joseph were living in Eastman next to each other. Richard's brother Joseph and his son Alfred enlisted together in Company A 31st Regiment Infantry. Joseph and Alfred survived the war, however, Joseph died shortly thereafter in 1867 and in buried in Campbell. Richard's mother also died while they were living in Wisconsin but I have not been able to find any records of her.
After the death of his wife Frances, John Wallin moved to Amsterdam NY to live with his daughter Martha & family. He is buried in Green Hill Cemetery. His memorial is #116953195 if you wish to link Richard with his father.
Thank you
Maggie
Added by Maggie on May 30, 2014 1:51 PM
NMGFG
Sorry for Previous Message
I'm sorry. I misunderstood the grave markings on the picture for Christula Drees's grave. I assumes since it said "mother" and "father" that it was talking about the parents of the person buried.
Added by NMGFG on May 30, 2014 12:11 PM
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