|Connie Nisinger (#74)|
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Well, it all started with a tour of Hollywood in a hearse! After visiting numerous celebrity-related sites, the driver gave out maps of two Hollywood cemeteries and I was hooked! In addition to visiting celebrity graves, my real interest lies with British royalty, both dead and alive. I have photographed many members of the current royal family as well as many royal gravesites. My most unusual grave photos are the headstones of Queen Elizabeth's dogs. Find A Grave has provided me with an excellent opportunity to share my photos with others via the internet. I have met countless people as a result, and look forward to meeting many more!|
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|Anna Jaech||Panoramic Photo|
The photo placed at #51244722 is one of rare beauty. It suggests a City of the Dead rising like a New Jerusalem. The marble & granite reaching skyward guard with dignity the (like) dignity of the citizens whose ingenuity sent Americans westward. I have an idea!
|Kathy Stroope Veasey||Kerr photos|
Thanks so much
|Carol Neuner-Moore||Montgomery Fam|
Thank you for taking photos of the Montgomery Family Gravestones in Bellefontaine Cemetery in St Louis, Mo.
You work is greatly appreciated!!!
|Donald Ward||Abbott Headstones|
Thank you very much for the headstone photographs for Raymond Frederick Abbott and Alma Abbott. I especially appreciate that you included a shot that included Alma Abbott's stone and James H. Crump's headstone with the unmarked space in between that is likely Raymond's burial location. Turns out that James H. Crump was Alma's father, a piece of serendipitous information that helped me sort out Alma's family. What you do as a Findagrave photo volunteer is a great help to those of us doing family history research. Also, kudos for taking the shots at high enough resolution that they could be magnified without excessive granularity! Keep up the great work.
Donald J. Ward
Thank you for the notation that his grave is unmarked.
|Topeka Tom||Bellefontaine Cemetery Photo|
I am sometimes impressed by cemetery photos that reflect thoughtful composition. Usually, that involves the trouble to get a sunset into the background, or occasionally a dramatic sky.
You have turned that concept upside down with your creative use of the trees in bloom. A beautifully composed and executed photo.
|Kimberly Orr||Thank You - Charlotte Boeckler Leftwich|
Thank you so much for taking the time to take the picture of the Boeckler monument. This has helped to put back the missing pieces of the family puzzle for my Mother-in-law's family which the family has been trying to do for years.
It sounds like photography has taken you to wonderful places and people.
Good luck in your future endeavors and take care.
Olive Branch, MS
Connie - I love both photos... That was the swiftest response ever! Thanks so much.
|Anna Jaech||My New Computer|
I have a new computer & would like to have the address I use for you in my mailer. Please send an Email to the address you always use for me. Ham Gamble has always been of great interest to me - I wrote a book about the depredations in the Little Dixie area of MO during the civil war. Gamble had so many challenges & was up to the task. To learn about my new MacBook AIR, I entered 10 descendants yesterday.
|Barbara Wilson Krause||Margaret A. Oram, John Oram, Carrie E. Gray and Jessie C. Gray tombstone photo's|
Connie, Thank you for your most kind deed in taking the tombsbone photo's for John Oram, his wife Margaret A. Carson (maiden) Oram, Carrie E. Gray and Jessie C. Gray in the Bellefontaine Cemetery. Your kindness so very much appreciated. Thanks for also taking the photo of their Family plot.
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