|JB BERRY (#47068852)|
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Lagniappe! The majority of my memorials has been recorded with GPS (Global Positioning System). The benefit is to identify a grave location within a cemetery without having to walk it down to find a grave. To use this resource either (1) under the memorial "Plot", click on the "blue hypertext coordinates" to open the map looking for the "Green Arrow" indicating grave location. (2) under the memorial "Note", copy & paste coordinates "As Is" into Google Earth to view grave location within the cemetery looking for the "cross-hair +". Suggest you print out a copy of the map prior to your visit to the cemetery. Pay forward, obtain the GPS of your cemetery trail to share to others seeking genealogy.|
Kindly honor our veterans. When you visit a cemetery, please record, photograph their marker, post to update memorial, or if not created already, create a new memorial. You are invited to view my Virtual Cemeteries honoring veterans service in defense of freedom. Lest We Forget!
US Navy veteran of the Vietnam era, 1967-1971. Personnelman (PN3) Third Class Petty Officer (E-4) having served at Training Squadron (Traron) 23, Kingsville Naval Air Station, Kingsville, Texas, and Fighter Squadron (Fitron) 124, Miramar Naval Air Station (Fightertown U.S.A. "Top Gun"), San Diego, California.
US Postal Service retired Postmaster of Campti, Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana 71411 with thirty-seven years service.
My photographs are copyright, all rights reserved.
Find A Grave Memorial for my father Glenn Amos Berry
Find A Grave Memorial for my Yorkie pet Bailey "Go Go" Berry
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|Amy Waldron||RE: Wilkinson|
You are more than welcome. I'm happy that I was able to take the photos for you and help you out. The kind "thank you" on my profile is greatly appreciated. -- Amy W.
|Amy Waldron||Tycus Hart "Bud" Wilkinson|
Hi Mr. Berry, I visited this cemetery today (New Bethel) and took photos of this grave. I am sending you an email with a map of where this grave is in the cemetery. I couldn't get an exact GPS location of the grave - it would get me within 10 square feet but not exactly on the spot, so I hope the map will be helpful. Cheers -- Amy W.
|NATALIE H. PATTERSON||RE: Veterans Cemetery Keithville|
I wanted to thank you, Mr. Berry for creating and contributing to a memorial for my dad (Denver Lee Harrison, buried @ NW LA VETERAN'S CEM). I can only imagine how much time you volunteer & do know your hard work & dedication to recording & remembering those gone before us is very much appreciated!! Much appreciation & blessings!!
|Mary Perry||Georgia Branton|
Memorial 119781814 is there any way you can check and see if the date of death for her and her husband has been added to the tombstone and if so change the pictures of the headstones? I would really appreciate it. Thanks
|Gerelyn Reaves||RE: USPS Virtual Cemetery|
Good to hear from you and know you are active with a Find-A-Grave app.
I haven't been doing much photographing lately but maybe again soon. I have a job online and it has been taking most of my time - along with family.
We all moved to Texas. My aunt and cousin are still in Shreveport. We are trying to get them to move to Texas too. lol
Genealogy is a very rewarding pasttime.
|Steve Gorbet||Becky Aldama|
Thanks for photographing Becky's grave. She was like a sister to me and I'm glad we now have her memorial complete.
|Steve Gorbet||Lisa Wyatt|
Thanks so much for taking photos of Lisa Wyatt's grave. She was a great friend of mine.
|Cory||RE: Thank you!|
You are very welcome. I love to honor our veterans.
I wish to manage some of my memorials but have no problem transferring most of them to people who are related or wish to honor memorials like you do. I did see what a great job you have done with honoring many veterans! I will transfer veteran memorials to you at random as I come across them. I do have a few Hart memorials as well. I see we are both related to the Hart family although my line changed their surname from Hurth to Hart. They were originally from Germany as I was told by my grandmother.
Thanks JB for all that you have done and will do on this website! God's best to you and yours!
Added by Cory on May 12, 2014 7:36 AM
|Keith Fine||RE: Harriett Sacks photo request|
I forgot to mention that several stones in the Hebrew Cemetery were written totally in Hebrew, which I can not read. "Thanks" for taking the time to thank me for my efforts ... I wish all sequesters would do that.
|Linda Claxton||RE: Fort Rosecrans|
Thank-you very much for your kind words.
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