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Brad Campbell (#47065310)
 member for 5 years, 8 months, 12 days
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Bio Photo I am in Lake County, Northeast Ohio. The Find A Grave system is wonderful for me to remember and add to the memorials of my family.

Plus, I enjoy being a Photo Volunteer and work hard to get the photographs people request. It usually takes more research than just walking onto the cemetery, finding the grave and taking the picture. Through my research, many families have found ancestors they did not know existed or had been unable to locate. Their joy is my reward. Thank-you's are always appreciated, too.

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 • 99 Memorials Added
 • 94 Memorials Managed
 • 1,578 Photos
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John Sloan
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 82127439 and 82127649
Thank You I will put this message in my to-do folder as I am currently researching the Dimoc/Dimick family lines.

Added by John Sloan on Jun 16, 2014 8:32 AM
John Sloan
Find A Grave Memorial# 82127439 and 82127649
Brad..Thank you for taking and posting the photos for David Clayton and his wife Kate Dimock. A couple of more pieces are now in place for the extended family research I'm doing. Thank you again for volunteering your time to Find A Grave.
Added by John Sloan on Jun 16, 2014 7:06 AM
Ray Gustafson
Almer G. Gustafson
Thank You very much for taking the photograph
of Almer G. Gustafson's gravestone. I appreaciate
your kindness and efforts.
Ray Gustafson
Added by Ray Gustafson on Jun 15, 2014 9:45 AM
Daniel Gerhat
Thank you!
You've photographed the headstone of my long lost relatives, I'm very grateful!
Added by Daniel Gerhat on Jun 13, 2014 1:14 AM
Marcia Green
Picture of gravestone John A. Green
Brad, thanks so much for this picture!
The stone is almost worn away, so it's good I got it!
Added by Marcia Green on May 16, 2014 4:36 PM
Marcia Green
RE: Averill correction
Yes, I did read about her son, and will follow up on what you have added, with interest. I was thinking of my note to you about William Averill, father of John W., which is why I got confused!
Added by Marcia Green on May 07, 2014 10:37 AM
Marcia Green
RE: Averill correction
Which William?
French cemetery?
I'm sorry..............don't understand your message.
Added by Marcia Green on May 07, 2014 10:21 AM
Marcia Green
RE: Photos for Averill, John W.
I made a list of all the Averills buried there and intend to look at all of them. You are doing a good work, very helpful to us who live far away.
I only recently discovered my link to the Averills.
I had a missing daughter of my John A. Green, Polly, and I knew nothing more about her. Now I think she was married to William Averill and was the mother of John W., though she is buried there in Evergreen as Polly Lyons. John A. Green, also
buried in Evergreen, came to NY from England and had 3 sons and other descendants who became Captains on Lake Erie.
Actually, I don't have a photo of the stone for
John A. Green # 62049897, though I have had the
burial info for many years. I will make a request!
Added by Marcia Green on May 07, 2014 9:52 AM
Marcia Green
Photos for Averill, John W.
I very much appreciate having both of these photos, and such quick response to my request.
Added by Marcia Green on May 07, 2014 8:45 AM
RE: Guy S Beebe
Oh my gosh, thank you so much! I'm just working my way through the Cleveland Necrology File. There are 165 Beebe obits posted there and I'm trying to find each memorial and get them added.

We all work together and everything comes full circle.

Linda C.
Broadview Hts., OH
Added by LindaC on May 07, 2014 8:29 AM
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