|K Berry (KBC) (#47557551)|
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Yes, of course I love genealogy! I am addicted! Aren't we all. After all it's in our blood!|
Most of family has been in the good old USA from the 1620's on. So if you're wondering if my New England lines may be the same as yours...yes probably.
Before the USA, my lines were from ALL OVER Western Europe.
Including but not necessarily limited to,
Paternal lines: England. Ireland. Scotland. Varmland, Sweden.
France. Baden-Württemberg. Lower-Saxony. São Jorge, and Pico Islands of The Azores.
I volunteer for FindAGrave along with contributor JGBC, my son, who is also a crazed genealogist.
Requests we claim at Pacific Crest Cemetery range from 1-7 days servicing, as we venture to the Cemetery about once a week. Unfortunately a large number of the requests that we receive are unmarked. If this is the case, we will take a photo of the unmarked grave anyhow - often marking it with a pinecone. We always take multiple pictures so that you can see the grave itself and area in which it is located.
Just FYI, IF I PHOTOGRAPHED YOUR LOVED ONES GRAVE as a result of your request, please use the image as you would like. It is yours!
Also, in the event I created a memorial for your loved one, I would really prefer you were the "owner" of their memorial. I don't care if it's your 10th GGF, I feel they should be yours! JUST ASK ME and please tell me HOW YOU'RE RELATED and "Request A Photo". We want every grave we've created to have a grave image and grave location. The easiest way to request a transfer is to leave me a message on my Contributor page explaining your request, and I will get on it at my earliest convenience!
Please do the same if someone requests a loved ones grave that you manage and are not related to.
Sorry, I won't let go of MY families memorials.
PLEASE send any and all edit requests by selecting EDIT on the memorial.
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Thank you so much for taking the picture of Pam's gravestone/gravesite. I hope to get there and visit some day - she was a very good friend of mine.
Added by RitaS on Jun 26, 2016 12:51 PM
|Mark E Thomas||Headstone Photo|
Thank-you for taking your Time & Effort to go out & taking this Photo.
|Duane Naylor||Merton and Ida Marley|
Hi K Berry
A huge Thank You for your prompt attention in getting these photos. Very nice of you. These are my Aunt and Uncle. Merton being my Mother's brother.
|WyomingNatives||RE: Thanks so much for submitting an edit for the plot location of my uncle James Ferguson!|
You are most welcome. :-)
|Jeff Davis||William and Elisabeth Sutton|
Good afternoon K Berry,
Thank you for submitting the photograph of the grave of William Andrew and Elisabeth Sutton. It is greatly appreciated. Have a great weekend and enjoy the summer season.
|David McInturff||RE: Ralph & Jane McEnterfer|
Thank you so much, Karin & Jeremy, for that great explanation. That's exactly what I needed to know.
|David McInturff||Ralph & Jane McEnterfer transfers|
Thank you so much for the transfers.
Thankyou very much for the photo's, sad when there is no headstone but at least I know now. Also hope to contribute more about other ancestors on Find A Grave, so thanks for the information on how to!
Added by Wezpar on Jun 23, 2016 6:20 PM
|Cheryl Barr||THANK YOU!!!|
|NLColes||RE: Kosbiel Memorials|
Thank you so much for transferring Uncle Babe and his wife, Alice, to me. It was certainly unexpected, but I truly appreciate your kindness in doing so. I will take good care of them. Also...I can't tell you how much I love your photos. Keep up the great work!
Added by NLColes on Jun 23, 2016 9:01 AM
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