|Mike Jones (#47031803)|
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I started researching my families a few years ago. Some old family pictures and my great-grandfather Jones' family Bible got me curious enough to start looking and asking questions about my family. Several years later I am still looking and asking. My primary family names of interest are Jones, Smithson, Cripps, Hathaway, Moser, Wood, Owen, & Elledge all at some time living in the Middle Tennessee area in Dekalb, Wilson, Cannon and Warren Counties. Find A Grave has become a great source for genealogy to me. I have made many new friends here and have met a lot of new cousins. I think we have gained a lot from each other in our family searches. I enjoy helping others and I hope the memorials I post somehow does help someone find a friend or relative, I know I have found many. Most of the time I will transfer any memorial as long as they are not in my direct family lines or closely connected to my family. Just ask and tell me how you are connected. The same applies to pictures. I find my pictures posted all over the internet, some make reference to the originator and some don't. I don't mind anyone using my pictures for personal use but it would be considerate to mention the person that made the effort to get out and make them. Although I am not a registered photo volunteer, I would be happy to try and locate and photograph headstones for anyone, just ask.|
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|D K Railsback B||Thanks!|
thanks so much for posting te pictures from Melton Cemetery and A H Reams and Martha Jane Burger Reams' tombstone pics! They're my husband's ancestors.
|Lynette Womack Moore||Ray Thomas Elrod Photo|
Thanks so much for posting the photo of Ray Thomas' stone. He is my husband's uncle. Also, I would like to thank you for setting up memorials for my GGG Grandparents George and Sarah Campbell Grizzle and his brother, Daniel at Gunter-Grizzle Cemetery in Cannon County. I have put in requests to Find-A-Grave to link another of their sons,(George W.) to them and to have two additional children linked for Isaac and Elizabeth Jones Grizzle, also at Gunter-Grizzle Cemetery. Thanks again,LWM
|Lynette Womack Moore||Photo Request Milton Cemetery|
I just made a photo request for Ray Thomas Elrod #138486764 at Milton Cemetery when I realized that you are the person who had already posted a photo on his wife's site. Will you post the same photo on his site as well? And, can you add it thru answer of a photo request? Her site is #36762150, Velma Deaton Elrod. Thanks,LWM
|Lynette Womack Moore||Edith Faye Grizzell Bowling Photo|
Thank you so much for photographing and posting the photos to Aunt Faye's memorial. I am in the north-eastern part of Warren Co., so maybe I can return the favor, if you ever need a photo in my area. Thanks again.
|searcher||Peggy Brown marker|
Thanks so much for the pic
Added by searcher on Jan 31, 2015 5:24 AM
|Charles & Marsha Condreay Tinkham Garrett||curtis leach|
Thank you so very much for the photo of curtis's headstone.
|Harriet W. Berry||Edits|
Done! And happy 2015 to you. We haven't run across each other, or each other's memorials, recently, but I trust you're doing OK and keeping your camera in good working order? Have gotten to the point that, when the sun comes out, I start running in circles. Hope you're far better organized than that. Good to "see" you again.
|Cookie||James A Brink photo request|
I can't thank you enough for fulfilling my photo request for my cousin James Brink's headstone. It means so much, and your efforts are truly appreciated.
All the Best to You!
Added by Cookie on Oct 14, 2014 10:00 AM
Thank you for the picture of my husband's great uncle, DeForest Johnson. Because of FindAGrave and the volunteers that contribute, I was able to locate him buried in a cemetery in Tennessee.
Thanks Mike for my sister's, Linda Mingle, photo and also for Larry Blanton! You do a good job.
Shirley Reed Thomas
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