|sharon whitmanwalker||robert lee woods|
jim Robert was my mothers uncle her mothers name was Nellie francis woods teaster from Virginia.
Thank you for my father's grave on this website Jim. (Earl H. Walker)
|Gail Seaver||Photo Request for Lucerne Seaver|
If you able and willing I would be most grateful to receive a photo from the grave of Lucerne Jule Seaver (1925-1958) located in Plot H, 3165. It can be send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you very much for considering this request.
|Laugh Kahn ||transfer of Arthur Lee McCoy|
May I please have control of my grandpa's Memorial? I apologize if there is a different process for making this request, I'm new to the website.
|joni marshall||phillip k cianni|
Thank you so much for responding so quickly to me. April will be wondeerful as that is my birthday on the 14th and my granpas on the 29th and the anniversary of his death on the 4th. So many people must appreciate what you do! Again thank you... joni marshall email@example.com po box 1503 topock az 86436 928 234 4537
|joni marshall||phillip k cianni...|
after i message you i realized that you were currently living in mexico. if you ever get back to portland i woas wondering if you could take a picture of my granfathers grave. phillip k cianni. death april 1997. i am his oldest grandaughter joni marshall, thank you so much...
firstname.lastname@example.org my email
|Ciannegrace||Andrew Ford Miller|
Hello, A.F. Miller is a member of my Family. I have memorials for all his siblings, and parents. Would you consider transferring him to me so that I could add more information and link him to his parents?
|Phyllis Hock-Mudd||Williamette National Cemetery|
Jim, I was wondering if I could use your photo of the cemetery in my family book? The book will not be published! I do appreciate the work that your doing!
Thanks Jim, your advice is awesome! I look forward to seeing more of your photography. Helen
Added by Helen on May 18, 2013 3:39 PM
Hi JIm, I was going through some images here on Find.a.Grave and noticed a wonderful photo that you took of the entrance to the Willamette National Cemetery in Oregon. How did you capture an image with such clarity? Magic in your camera lens? Do you do any editing and if so, what program do you use? I am always interested in knowing how other contributors have such wonderful images! Thanks, Helen Murphy, Tennessee
Added by Helen on May 18, 2013 2:40 AM
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