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My husband and I are avid geocachers, and have gotten in the habit of photographing cemeteries while on our frequent road trips throughout the Midwest. We try to fulfill as many photo requests as we can, or will simply snap a few shots of interesting headstones. Many of the memorials we have created were the result of photographing random stones and finding that they were not already listed on Find A Grave. If any of these memorials are relatives of yours that you would like to manage, we will be happy to transfer ownership to you. Just ask!|
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|Lisa Bailey||RE: Lucille Carnesū|
Since you took the photo Jan 2015, and her husband died June 2014, there probably would have been a marker placed during those 7 months, if he was buried in San Antonio. Thanks for verifying.
Please add your headstone pictured on F. Leroy Eversmeyer #49718757 onto his wife Adelia Eversmeyer #148294536. Thanks
Added by Mavis on Jun 25, 2015 3:45 PM
|Tree Leaf||RE: Thank you!!|
Hello. Yes I was just a little bit excited when that photo came through as you might have noticed. ha. I am not sure how long that photo request sat there - maybe for a couple, or few years. Felt like it anyway :)
It was such an out of the way cemetery I felt it was a long shot but could only hope.
Thank you for the further info as well. I did notice it was flat on the ground; I have heard some places do that to make mowing easier. I noticed it was broken at the bottom. There seems to be a word but I can't make out what the word says at the very bottom. Did you notice by any chance?
You both must be excellent geocachers, to have found that stone under all that moss and so forth. And an out of the way tiny cemetery.
I had wondered if my ancestors had any connection to the Palmyra massacre. Missouri was so turbulent around Civil War time. So one of my ancestors rests in the cemetery with at least one of the fallen from that horrible event.
I don't have a cause of death for her, I'm so thrilled to have a photo of her resting place. Thanks so much, again.
|Tree Leaf||Thank you!!|
Ohhh my goodness thank you SO MUCH!!!
I saw that a photo request had been answered and when I saw the name "Therissa Rebecca Hitchcock Ingersoll" my jaw dropped open. I don't think it closed for another few minutes. I think it is the quietest I've been in a while.
Just kidding about some of that but not by much. I am so overwhelmed and grateful. I have been wanting to see my ancestor's resting place for, I don't know how long. She was not yet 27 when she died, I don't know her cause of death or much about her. It means so much to me that her resting place is shown.
She has a beautiful marker. It looks as if you would have had to clear it a bit. I see there is clover around it. That is an old cemetery, I think. Again thank you so much, you have done a wonderful thing. Thank you!
Thanks so much for taking and posting a picture of Jesse's marker.
Added by Megan on Jun 10, 2015 2:34 AM
|Doug Fendall||Brunsvold Graves|
Thanks so much for the transfer of Niels and Berget Brunsvold. I appreciate it greatly.
|Bertha Flynn||Consolidated Monument photo|
Zion Evangelical Cemetery....would it be possible to get a larger resolution photograph so that I can read the names better....Thanks very much
Bertha Krietemeyer Flynn
|Eileen M.||RE: Belle Rive Cemetery|
You are very welcome. I've been trying to get all the local cemeteries photographed before important information is lost forever.
|joann peterson||JOSEPH FLOYD MYERS|
Thank you for trying to get the photo of my ancestor, but I found he's burial is at Dry Creek Cemetery not Slaybaugh. I was able to get a photo and put it on the web site.
|mousetale||George H. Bryant|
Thanks for photo ?
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