|Thomas Dunne (#46784633)|
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I use to use chalk on old stones, and was unaware of any damage it may do. I no longer use chalk on stones. If anyone has a listing I placed a stone photo on in which I used chalk, and they want that photo removed, just let me know and I will remove it. As agreed by find a grave, the chalked photo's will be removed as new, readable photo's are placed on the listing.|
Again, I no longer use chalk
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Thank you Thomas for taking the pictures of my grandparents gravesite (Seymour and Esther Myers). I live in California and have been unable to make it to New York to see the site for myself. It means a lot to me to have the pictures. Again Thank You!
Added by LindaLee on Jul 27, 2015 1:32 PM
Thank you for the photos!!!!
Thanks for taking photos of the Andrist's gravestones. Much appreciated!
|Gary L Parker Jr||Montmeny Payette Photo Request|
Thank you so much to taking the photo of Mary Payette's mark, it's much appreciated.
|Jan robinson||Johanna Crandall|
Thanks for the photo. I appreciate it. This cemetery has very few photos.
Thank you very much for the photos.
Appreciate so much your efforts on behalf of this family to add photos to these memorials. I can see what poor shape these stones are in, so having the photo of the lot is very helpful.
Added by SMPowell on Jul 20, 2015 10:02 AM
|Diane Del Priore||Roland White|
Thank you so much much for getting these pictures! I really appreciate your kindness!!
Diane Del Priore
Staten Island, NY
Thank you for the Photo of Delima's gravesite!
Added by IMorrise on Jul 19, 2015 3:17 PM
|Janice Tirrell||Ralzamon Lucas Spelman|
Wow! Thank you so much for taking the gravestone photos of Ralzamon and his wife Lovisa Reed. You are fast! They seem more real to me now and I can just picture their relatives standing there paying tribute to them. Thanks again for your hard work and dedication to preserving our past. Jan
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