|K. Bonsignore (#46495231)|
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Born in 1973, married since 2002, Mommy since 2004.|
I have always loved wandering through cemeteries, since I was a kid! The most exciting discovery I made was a Revolutionary War-period cemetery behind the state park where my family has camped for decades. It was overgrown and hadn't been maintained in years, with broken headstones and the whole nine yards. Since then, it has been cleaned up and is well-maintained. Look for Dry Creek Cemetery in Moravia, New York!
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|gone_fishing - unless_you_email||Use of a link to your Bath National Photo|
Had a contributor requesting a photo of Patrick King's stone in Section L near the flag pole at Bath National who wanted a plot photo.
So added a photo of the flag pole from his gravesite, with a link to your cemetery photo from the caption of the plot photo. See caption at this link: Patrick King's Plot Photo.
Thought that might be OK with you as it only uses links. And there is no way I could take a better photo of the view from Patrick's gravesite.
My personal opinion is that your photo should be the primary photo on the cemetery homepage.
|Desertthorn||Bath National Cemetery|
You posted the most beautiful photo of the Bath National Cemetery and I would like to put it on the memorial page of Truman Carpenter. His page looks so empty. Would you mind?
|Past Participle||our evers boys|
thank you for the photos of Phillip and Ephraim Evers at Woodlawn cemetery, zhc
Thank you for taking and posting the picture of Arbert Blalock's grave marker! I know a third great grandchild of Arbert who with also be glad to see this!
Added by grady302 on Jul 25, 2012 9:25 AM
|Jim Hackett||Re:Albert Blalock|
His marker reads Blaylock CSA 257 there is already a picture on find a grave.
|Locke/Parker grandchild||RE: Lockes|
You must camp at the Fillmore Glenn.
|Red Dog||Your neck of the woods|
Well you took some photos for me almost 3 years ago and I am about to head out to see them in person this Apr. I have plotted a tour of properties and cemeteries I NEED to see in the Suger Hill area. Thanks again!!
Added by Red Dog on Feb 08, 2012 11:27 PM
Thanks for the photo. I was hoping the marker would give some dates. Nice work.
Added by af on Jul 05, 2010 11:49 AM
I wanted to thank you for the fulfillment of my photo request on Allsion McGee. Thank you so much. it means a lot to me.
Thank you very much for the gravestone photos you took for Henry Flowers and Joel A. Flowers. Your efforts are very much appreciated.
Added by S. Curry on Jun 01, 2010 9:41 PM
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