|C. L. Hines (#46931241)|
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I am retired from a school system having worked in maintenance doing mostly carpenter work altho I did lots of other things. The best part was watching the little ones and the love that some wanted that wasn't received at home. That makes you thankful for a home life that has love in it and I had the best.|
Thanks for my parents and the love they gave me. Both are gone now and are missed daily.
Any photos that I take will be transfered to family members and close friends for the asking.
I live in Texas in the Texoma area and have for 70 + years, and enjoy taking photos. I have a lot of my mom and dad that could never be replaced. Try to take lots of photos of all, but lean toward the older people, they won't be here for ever.
Have a very Blessed Day because it is the one the Lord made.
It seems that there are some that are unhappy with the way I add a memorial so I will not add them at this time. I hope that these that complain never make any mistakes, there will be some obits that will never get posted. Thanks to all that have helped with the postings that have been made.
I have been ask lately for transfer of memorials, if you are not related to the person please don't ask for a transfer. It takes time to do this just to have someone want have it transfered.
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|Larry Hedrick||headstone photo for Jake V. Wells|
Thanks so much for adding the headstone photo for Jake V. Wells. He was my maternal grandmother's brother. Folks like you who volunteer to work for the greater Find a Grave community are the heart and soul of this wonderful database.
Best Personal Regards,
L. D. Hedrick
Hot Springs, AR
|Kevin & Robin Spence||Bertha Loard Foster|
Thank You for the picture of Bertha, Great Aunt Birdie's stone.
|Janet LaMotte||RE: Stinnett|
I don't know.
|Janet LaMotte||RE: Stinnett|
I posted the request.
|Karen ||Bess and Thomas Crowder|
Thank you so very much for obtaining the tombstone photographs for Bess and Thomas Crowder. They are very much appreciated.
Added by Karen on May 29, 2016 10:56 AM
|Gerald Jacobs||Headstone Photos|
Thank you very much for the headstone photos of Thomas and Ettie Brisco in West Hill Cemetery, Sherman. Your kindness is appreciated.
Jerry Jacobs (80)
|G Stanford||Dannie ~ Martha Smith|
Thank you so very much for taking your time to photograph Dannie's headstone. She was my great grandmother.
|JMM||RE: Larkins photos -- West Hill Cemetery|
It is possible that some stones were moved. (There are actually supposed to be 2 Larkins infants buried in that area, Harvey Lee in 1931, listed as Inf of P.H. Larkins, & another infant in 1956.)
All I can do is post whatever info is available onto his memorial page. Thank you for adding the photo.
Added by JMM on May 26, 2016 4:53 AM
|JMM||Larkins photos -- West Hill Cemetery|
Thank you very much for taking the stone photos & posting them on the memorial pages of Perry Harvey Larkins & his brother Lester Lee Larkins... and for trying to locate a stone for Harvey Lee Larkins (infant son of Perry Harvey Larkins).
Added by JMM on May 24, 2016 6:04 AM
|Rita Collvins Mayfield||Site work|
I appreciate that you do, and I do as well. I never hold to the 4 generation rule. I consider family as family no matter how distant the connection. There are many that are equally kind and generous, but it seems to me in my experience, that more lean the other way, so I rarely ask anymore. Having worked on the site for a number of years, I understand the work involved in posting memorials, even entire cemeteries, and more importantly getting the photos up while they are still readable. My area is less populated so there are many small old cemeteries with stones so weathered as to be in danger of being to future generations.
Your work is appreciated.
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