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I want to say "hello" to everyone that takes the time to sit and do this for the one's that walked this earth with us and before us.. I think it is a wonderful way to spend my time to respect those in my family tree, and others. I can't think of a better tribute to a loved one..thank goodness for this site !|
I wanted to touch on a subject I have been hearing volunteers complaining about lately; and I want to voice my opinion on this issue.. I am a Volunteer.. if I go out and take a gravestone photo for someone else and put it on this site; then I consider that picture to be a gift.. just like my time, gas, and energy to go do it is a gift. If the requester of the photo wants to add that picture on their family trees, that's ok with me; as far as I am concerned; that picture does not belong to me; it was a gift.. use it anyway you want to; I don't care; if you want to give Findagrave.com or me credit; that's nice and respectful to do. The bottom line is that I consider this as my time of doing the Lord's work.. and I give it and the photo's freely.. Gail
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|Don Calhoun||Improved Photos|
Look at my photos that I posted to memorial 147136 & 146788. You'll see the advantage of my recent photo run.
For Bailee McCullock 147136, I guess the original portrait photo had deteriorated. So they had the photo replaced with her Last photo. That makes me feel Sad & Happy at the same time.
For Michael Peterson 146788, that was just a classic "moment in time" in which I captured, and brought to Find A Grave.
It's too bad that I don't get paid for my work, My wife says I do--With Blessings!
|Don Calhoun||RE: Robert Julius Diebold, 146846|
I don't think that the photo was stolen, just getting replaced. Most of these stone companies have a guarantee with a replacement policy. I was just so proud that YOU took the initiative to shoot a portrait.
In my virtual cemeteries, I have a file called "photo inserts", and I have about 40 of these portrait shots. I am wrapping up a full inventory of Lindquist cemetery on Washington Blvd in Ogden. Then I'm going to do a re-inventory of West Point.
It's only 71% photographed.
Gotta do something to git away from my wife! LOL
C U in the Graveyard!
|Don Calhoun||Robert Julius Diebold, 146846|
It's good that you did post the photo insert for Robert. I shot the stone today, and its gone. Probably getting replaced. Look at the stone now how punished it looks. I did sweep the stone.
Email a response and I'll delete my stone.
|jJudy King||Leoli Leah Enterline Gerger|
Hi! I saw your message about your relative Leah -- she was the younger sister of my great-grandmother Rachel E. Enterline Bryan (1851-1930)
I guess that makes Leah my great-great aunt? and trying to figure out our relationship makes my head hurt a little ! :-)
I don't have a lot of information about the Enterlines -- I've learned more tonight than I've ever known. I do know more about Rachel and her family --in a nutshell she raised 7 children, my grandmother was her youngest, born when Rachel was in her 40s. Rachel and Daniel left PENN in 1872 with his parents -- Jacob and Elizabeth Bryan and moved to Cerro Gordo Il...they then moved to Iowa in 1881. Rachel and Daniel ended up on a farm in Western Iowa in Crawford Co. That's where I was born and raised too. Rachel and Daniel are buried in OakHill Cemetery in Denison, Crawford, CO. They celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in 1924. She died in 1930.
I have some other Parsons buried in the Evanston City Cemetery. Are you interested in managing them? Let me know.--Garry
|E49||Long, Ethel A nee: Larson - 2639 1912 - Hixson Cem, Manassas, PWc, Va|
Dear GKBWS (Gail),
Thank you for posting 2 photos of Ethel on her memorial. I had the honor of taking one of her granddaughters to her prom back 40+ years ago.
I always strive to enhance memorials and Link relatives, and it is through the Linking process I found your photos. :-)
Thank you for all your Find A Grave efforts.
Always, in Find A Grave brother/sisterhood,
Added by E49 on Mar 28, 2015 6:06 PM
|Laurie Stewart Tokarsky||Stone Family|
I have added the gravestones of the Stone Family in Lyndon, NY & also in Franklinville, NY.
I am hoping that you might know where Clayton Stone & his wife Ellen Spring Stone are buried, last I knew that they were in Colorado. Please let me know.
Sincerely Your Friend, Laurie S Tokarsky
|Catherine Clemens Sevenau||RE: Lloyd Raymond Rhoten|
Hi, I don't know anyone in the family who might have a photo. After he died, his widow married my Uncle Joe Clemens, but unlikely any of the Clemens' side would have a picture. Catherine
|Midgie||RE: Thanks Bunches !|
You are quite welcome!This is a great cemetery to work!
Added by Midgie on Oct 25, 2014 10:24 AM
|Ross West||Emily Mary Larson|
I found a marriage record, showing her marriage to a James P. Nelson, born 1887 in Denmark. The marriage took place 22 Oct 1901, Upland NE. Does this jive with your record of events?
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