|Steve Burton (#48198296)|
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My wife and I have been married for the past 30 years. We are retired, live near the temperate Central California coast, and enjoy collecting antique glassware from the early 1900's. I became aware of Find A Grave and wanted to volunteer. I appreciate how important it is to have a gravestone picture to help complete the story of your ancestors. I want to make that happen for many other people. I've also rediscovered that I like photography.|
USE THE EDIT TAB on the memorial you are asking about for whatever you want me to do. PLEASE don't send me an email.
If you want me to transfer a memorial to you, just be related to that person, and DON'T FORGET TO USE THE EDIT BUTTON, that's all. If I'm related, too, I may keep them. I'm not going to get uptight about transferring. Happy Volunteering.
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|Bennie Gross||RE: Trammells|
Hi Steve: No I'm not related to any of the Trammells that I know of. I have no idea how you may find a photo of the person that you ask about.
|Lincoln Lowery||144857139 Arvid S. Natwick|
Thank you for linking his parents. Have a great day.
|Mark Miller||RE: Yu photo request|
I should have really explained further.
The cemetery has records of the burials of these individuals. They are both interred there.
In James Yu's plot there are six graves. Five of them have markers.
In the case of Trung Huynh, there are eight spaces in his plot. Two are empty. Four have markers and two do not.
Both plots are well maintained.
|Barbara Samans||Anderson, Lilie|
Thank so much for the info about where o get pictures of graves. Much appreciated!
|Enno Borgsteede||RE: Zuiderweg headstones|
I received a nice message from the SLOCGS reference librarian, with pictures of memorial plates, and hints for further research.
|Russell Alan Babcock||RE: Frederick Thomas|
Steve, Talk about a quick response, and a beautiful photo too. Thanks again for the great tip. Just to let you know, I volunteer to take photos at Mountain view Cemetery in Oakland, CA. They have over 1,000,000 resting souls there on 425 acres of land & within 4 mausoleums, but only 28,000 known Find A Grave memorials(I've added almost 1,000 myself). Their system is still in book format and the manager of the office there has threatened to kick me out of their cemetery because I take up too much of their clerks time. once every 3-4 weeks, asking for burial locations, primarily because photo requestors fails to do so. She wants to charge people $15.00 a pop for asking for this information. I've been sending a standard warning to as many requestors as I can, hoping that they'll bug the offices so much, that they might change their policy.
|Doug Harsany||San Luis Obispo Cemetery|
Many thanks for your friendly advice about the San Luis Obispo Cemetery.
|Bonnie Ipson||Wagner photo request|
Thank you for your efforts on my behalf. So sorry your experience was so poor.
|Enno Borgsteede||Zuiderweg headstones|
Many thanks for your friendly advice about the San Luis Obispo Cemetery. I will send them an email, an see what I can get.
My maternal grandmother was a Zuiderweg, and all Zuiderwegs in your area are relatives.
greetings from Driebergen, UT, The Nethelands,
|SJ Dewey||RE: Elizabeth Ganoung|
Thank you very much for taking the time to send me this information. I really appreciate it. And thank you very much for your work on Find-a-Grave. Sorry to hear about the uncooperative cemetery people. She was the first wife of a distant grand uncle of mine. Another volunteer just recently posted photos of her husband's (and 2nd wife's) grave locations. They are unmarked graves and maybe Elizabeth's is, also. I will check on it.
Added by SJ Dewey on May 22, 2015 12:00 PM
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