|Lisa Mac (#47547988)|
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|I have just started taking photos to help others here as of yesterday. I noticed in finding several graves yesterday that sometimes the work can involve driving to one part of a city to get plot info (unless it is given out by phone) and then going to another location and walking up to an hour or two in the heat with the camera potentially getting heat damage.|
Suggestions for members --
1. Photographers like me should leave our cameras in the car until we find the grave if it's a large section and difficult plot map and very hot or cold temps outside (to protect camera). Try taking a little orange flag marker with you to mark the grave long enough to get back to the car and get the camera and then take the flag back to the car with you.
2. Photo requesters help more when they call the cemetery in advance if a an office number is available and obtain plot location info for the photo request before posting it. This is not to say that every cemetery is active or has an office. And there may be situations where a person has no way to make such a call but when it is possible, it's a help to the photographer and saves them a lot of time.
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|Cheryl Cook Singleton||Francis Jones Hodges' headstone|
Thank you so very much for the wonderful picture of my cousin's headstone. It means a lot and adds so much to our family history and Tree. Thank you again.
|Lettie Mae Lee||RE: Robert Harvey McDaniel|
Thanks, will check it out. I had made a mistake and thought I had corrected it. I had thought that he was in the West Cemetary, and found out differently.
Lettie Mae Lee
|Julie Perry||RICHARD M. PERRY|
There is a listing for Richard M. Perry buried in Evergreen Cemetery on Find a Grave therefore I do feel that he is buried there. Evergreen has been the final resting place for others of the Perry family.
I certainly do appreciate your attempt at locating the grave; hopefully it will be found. thank you so much.
|Barbara Wilson Krause||John Riley|
Thanks for your kind help in taking the tombstone picture for John Riley. Your help very much appreciated.
Thank you so much Lisa, for the tombstone photo.
|Gail Strother||RE: Polie G Holder|
Again thank so very much for taking this gravestone photo for me. As for Mary and Gad Curry, please do not take their gravestone photos. I'm not sure why those requests were not removed but I will definitely remove those request and thanking you for letting me know they are still showing.
|Charlotte Baker||Photo request|
I want to thank you for the photo's of Ed & Lois Rice. I was wondering did you see their son Robert Rice grave it should be next or close to them. I would greatly appreciate it if you would take a photo for me as well.
|Gail Strother||Polie G Holder|
Just a sincere note to say thank you for the nice photo of Polie G Holder's gravestone at Joppa Cemetery, Chiefland, Levy Co., Florida. Your kindness is unparalleled in words of gratitude.
|Gail Strother||Jonathan Patrick Yawn's|
Just a sincere note to say thank you for the nice photo of Jonathan Patrick Yawn's gravestone at Forest Meadows Memorial Park, East. Your kindness is unparalleled in words of gratitude.
|Jimmyg4020||Grave Marker Photo|
Thank you very much for the pictures of Arthur Raymond and Grace (Johnson) Mead's gravestone. It is very much appreciated and a great addition to their memorials, Jim German, Calif.
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