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If you come across a photo I've added and the orientation is wrong, please drop me a line to let me know. It doesn't always present incorrectly on my screen, but I'm always happy to delete and re-upload.|
Also: if I've uploaded a photo and it's not clear or you would like it retaken for whatever reason, just drop me a note. I have a file of "Retakes To Do" but I don't always remember to grab the list on my way out the door!
9/20/2014: laptop is in the shop so my access is a bit spotty. I'm processing and responding to what I can, so if it seems I'm ignoring you, I'm not--I'm just waiting to get proper access back! =)
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Thank you, Becca ~ bless your heart.... I did not discover findagrave until 2007 and it still took me 2 years to get the courage to post my own son, who was near Rob's age - both were accidents and they died just 9 months apart, so we were a long time dealing with it.
My Sis is here for the holiday and it has been over 29 years, but still caused a tear filled keyboard!
Rob's new # is 139348464 and we will finish it soon; now that it is ours ~ we appreciate your photographing his stone ~ thanks again - so much! Shirleen
Becca: Thank you for your kindness - if you do not mind my creating a new memorial - I will transfer that to my Sis when she desires to join findagrave ...she recently lost another son & you must know how difficult that is. I would do it right now & you could pop the stone photo on - thanks again~ Shirleen
May I use your photograph in a family tree I am doing?
Also, are you related to the Feistner's or is this just a headstone that you took a photo of?
|sheri lee||Thank you so much for photos!|
Thank you so much for photos! I really appreciate it as I am so far away. One really stupid question (and this may look really dumb to others) but why is the stone so orange? It's just the material it was made of that is displaying rust? Is that what it is? It does not appear to be anything thrown on the grave, but rather the letters. I have never seen any like that. You may not know the answer, and it does not in any way lessen my thanks for hiking out there for pictures! I just don't know. And if that's the case, I'm just wondering if we, in the family could do anything to minimize the loss of a tombstone marking the family of a loved one. That may be a question for somebody besides you, it was just in my head, so I thought I'd ask in the RANDOM chance you would while I'm copying to my tree tonight. (I take pictures too but would have no answer to this question.) Thank you so very much and have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
|KittyK||John M. Tarr|
Thanks for your work on the John M. Tarr memorial.
Carol J. Carroll
Added by KittyK on Oct 19, 2014 5:32 PM
|Gale Priebe||Carol and Francis Nicolet|
Thanks so much for getting the pictures of Carol and Francis for me. Real nice pictures.
|shaemar||Charles Edward Sharpe #82348863|
Thanks Becca for posting the photo of the headstone - someday soon I will make it home to add more photos, etc.
Added by shaemar on Oct 18, 2014 9:48 AM
|Dorsey Barnes Drane||Thanks for your Robert Knie photo|
Good picture, thanks a lot!
Thank you sweet lady! I've updated her burial place. I appreciate you letting me know and doing a general search and not just a cemetery search so we can get these as correct as possible. You do such great work.
|Vikki Prudden||Buckallew headstones|
I would like permission to use your photos in my family history and on Ancestry.com. I would, of course, credit you.
Thank you for the work you do, it is appreciated.
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