|Patricia Foht (#46580090)|
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I became interested in searching out the headstones and graves of my family and friends when my mother came to live with me. She and I enjoyed photography and searching out the remote areas where some cemeteries are built. Now that she has passed away it has continued to be my hobby to photograph headstones for family, friends and internet friends. I feel when I photograph for others, I will also benefit by getting my requests fullfilled. I will gladly relinquish any of the memorials that I enter to the family or relatives that contact me through my email. My other hobby is playing my flute.|
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|Michael Stock||Thank You Note|
Dear Ms. Font and Mr. Pitchford,
My name is Michael Stock I’m the son of Leland Harold Stock and Lucille Matilda (Batista) Stock. Thank you both. I’m not sure of the collaboration between the two of you but, your efforts are truly appreciated and this Thank-You-Note goes to both of you.
Ms. Front--it sounds as if you or your Mother may have know my parents and if that’s the case I have to ask, just how did you know them?
Mr. Pitchford--I have from time to time tinkered with photography and can appreciate the quality of your work plus adding the flowers was a very nice touch.
Due to my “On-Again-Off-Again” relationship with genealogy I am familiar with “Find-a-Grave” and for the past 5 years I have found bits-n-pieces about the Stock and Blankenship (my dad’s side) and the Batista (my mom’s folks) but, I have to admit this morning discovery of the information you two supplied ranks in the top 3 of my discoveries (which included 2 trips to the Genealogy Library in Salt Lake City).
Thank you again.
San Jose, CA
Ps Due to the amount of junk e-mail everyone receives these days, should you respond to me via email, please place in the Subject line the word “Genealogy".
Hi, I am not sure I understand the context of your comment.
|Kathi Lynn King||Kino|
You can use any photo I have taken and added to find a grave. Also I will transfer any memorial I just ask that you go into the edit tab and where you can "suggest any other correction" just type transfer, that will give me a link to your number and the memorial so I don't have to keep going back and forth. Thank you
|Mary Jo Fellers Fraley||Box - Beeson Cemetery?|
Hi. I was wondering if you have any information on the Box -Beeson Cemetery. My ggggrandmother, Nancy G. Russell had been married to Samuel C. Box until his death. I have never found where she is buried. Nor, have I found a listing for Samuel.
|Keni Kealiher||Photo Usage|
Hi Patricia, may I use headstone pictures that you have taken in my genealogy and post on my Ancestry.com tree?
Thank you, Keni
|Falicia Stanford||RE: Phoebe Brumbelow Carlton|
Fabulous! Thank you so much for sharing. I appreciate it very much!
|Squeak||RE: Steve Pool|
You are very welcome! I was amazed at how the sunlight filtered through the trees onto the stone when I took the photo. I'm sorry for the loss of your friend.
Added by Squeak on Nov 30, 2011 8:51 PM
|Johnny Taylor||RE: Birdie and James Burke|
The modifications you requested were made as well as a few more that I just hadn't gotten around to. Aunt Birdie was my great aunt ... she and Uncle Jim would always visit us in Corsicana when we were there to see my grandparents, Harvie and Myrtle Smithen.
|Jay Stone||Nancy Green-Perkins|
I found no listing in the ECGS records for her. Wondered if you knew the Funeral Home or Director. Maybe I can check with them as to burial plot location.
|Art Williams||RE: Tichenor Cemetery Oregon|
Thank you for the clear photos. When I lived in Portland I wasn't looking for the Tichenor's, now that I'm in NY: Isn't that the way it goes ? Art
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