|Randy Watkins (#47036332)|
| || member for 8 years, 2 months, 24 days|
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|I am retired after 20 plus years in the US Air Force and retired after 20 years at the Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, St Louis, Missouri. Use any pictures that I have taken. You do not have to ask for permission.|
I load most of my photographs using the BETA Transcription program and it does not check to see if a headstone photo is already attached to the memorial. So if I have attached my photograph to an existing headstone photo and you want me to remove mine, just email me with the memorial # and I will delete it.
| Contributions to|
Find A Grave
52,149 Memorials Added
50,473 Memorials Managed
1,099 Volunteer Photos Taken
1 Virtual Flower
|Messages left for Randy Watkins (5)||[Leave Message]|
|Dwaine Desselle||just over 4000|
i just crossed 4000. i could go faster but i also connect the husband and wives, along with correcting any errors, as well as wrong dates. i also straighten all photos i post, plus take the glare off the photos. time consuming but getting there.
|Verna Deana Woodward||Jim Woodward's Tombstone Photo|
Thank you so much for taking this Photo. I have taken several, but I can read the print so much better in your photo.
Thank you again!
Verna Deana Woodward
|Dwaine Desselle||will not load|
i have tried 5 different times to load F2727 Genevieve and i keeping getting this error.
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if you would, please upload this one. let me know, one way or another, if i let you.
im currently starting the 2800s but will get to skip most of these, as this was the 1 time i went the barracks and took photos from 2800 to 3000. i will still check everyone, as i did have about 5 photos that didnt come out right.
as it turns out, the color photos are easier to change to black and white, as the black and whites are. ive been cropping most of the photos and these black and whites are better than my color photos. it seems that everyone's phone takes better pictures than my camera. take care, d.
|Tami Glock||RE: Uploads at JB|
Not finished yet working on PP.
|Michelle Hesse||RE: Hal Bishop|
What a great memory. Did you realize this was him? I'm glad I shared it with you and hope that you are able to figure out a way.