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|Corrections and bio information will be added if you send it to me. Generally I do the edits the same day you send them to me. I get so many that I generally don't reply, but rest easy - I will do them.|
I'll absolutely transfer memorials to relatives - I firmly believe that relatives should control their family's memorials. I generally extend the transfers to the slightest family relationship, going way past Find A Grave's rules.
I generally don't honor non-family requests. If you want to customize a friend's memorial, please do so - you don't need to control the memorial to add pictures and information. If its something that I have to add, edit or link, I'm absolutely cooperative for these things.
To the "memorial collector" types - if you are a solid contributor who volunteers your time taking photos and adding records, you would get special consideration on non-family requests.
Thank-you to those of you who have gone the extra mile for me. I respect and admire you for taking the time to do a favor for my family and I.
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|Jim Almquist||Allen Henry "Lollie" Holmes|
Thank you Dirk for the picture you posted of "Lollie's" headstone in Rose Hill Memorial Park, Corpus Christi.
I really do appreciate it and looks like you had to do a little digging to get a picture. Perhaps this photo on Find a Grave will be all that is ever seen of that stone, once it gets covered over again.
Thanks again, Jim
|Leslie Pieratt||Catherine Beatrice Wilson-Walker Headstone|
Dirk, I wanted to thank you for the headstone photos you you submitted for her an her husband. Great quality photos that enhance their memorials. One thing else I would ask of you is that on her memorial 117928977 you put the headstone photo on it twice. You mind deleting one of them, don't really need two of the same photo. Thanks.
|Barbara Middleton||RE: Dodge Headstones|
Oh my goodness, Yes! Clarence is my father's uncle, so that one would be nice to have. The one I am very excited about is Mable Dodge Barton! She is my grandmother. Her death certificate has Rose Hill Cemetery on it, but I have not been able to find her listed with Rose Hill at all. I would love to see a photo of her headstone! Thank you!
|Peachy Pringle||RE: Anderson photo at Rose Hill Corpus Christi|
I know what a time waster, dirty tombstones, fire ant mounds, moldy old fake flower, and excessive tchotchkes can be.
If this is the Edyth Mizell Anderson that I am looking for - she was born Dec 1896 in Washington Parish Louisiana - married Robert Luther Anderson in Washington Parish 3 Dec 1912 - died 22 Jun 1976 in Nueces County, TX .
((Texas Death Index, 1903-2000
Name: E Anderson
Death Date: 22 Jun 1976
Death County: Nueces
But, Edyth and Robert bounced around so much, who knows? It is not of major importance and I'm sure will become clear in time.
|Barbara Middleton||Dodge Headstones|
Thank you so much for posting photos of the headstones of my great grandparents! I really appreciate your time and effort!
|Warren Eastright||R.O. "Sonny" Daniels|
Thanks for the up date.
Thank you so much for your quick response. Things are a mess in this tree and this helps tremendously to keep things straight...Jenny
Added by jsch on Oct 15, 2013 12:30 PM
Hey Dirk - I was out at Rock Springs Cemetery in Pomeroy today and found William Jenkinson's inscription. Could you look at memorial #43387733 and memorial #70600145 for me? It may be a duplication. I added my photo to one of the memorials that seemed to fit the best. Let me know if I need to add the photo to the other memorial. Thanks - Jim
Added by Jim on Jul 14, 2013 6:10 PM
|Donna Anderson||George H.(Hampton) Anderson|
George was my husbands father. He was married to Elsie Banta and they had 2 children: Hampton Banta Anderson and Janie Anderson Pierce.
He worked for the US Postal Service and was a WWII veteran.
|Cathy Wallace Matthews||RE: Jenkinson|
I took several pictures, all of them were this way, this one was the best of them.
The only other thing that I can do is to go use some chalk around the numbers to highlight them as that would be washable or maybe just pour some water over it to take the picture.
But it's quite hard to see even in person.
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