|Horst Nancy (#47849392)|
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I live in the Pacific Northwest and have been very interested in genealogy for a number of years. I have traced my maternal and paternal families back to Denmark and England.|
Find a Grave has been invaluable to me, especially when family members write bios on their families and note family links.
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|Jan Fenter||RE: Arthur & Eugenie Marks, 152606520 & 152607706|
Thank you for answering. I've uploaded the two crypt cover photos for both Arthur and Eugenie Marks. When I did, I noticed the photo of Arthur remained at the top on the memorial page, but Eugenie's photo went below the ones I uploaded. There are choices as to what kind of photo is being uploaded, one is for Grave, which I chose and seems to be the default. The choice you want for Eugenie's photo is "Person." If you go back and change your choice for her photo, her photo will go back on top.
|Jan Fenter||Arthur & Eugenie Marks, 152606520 & 152607706|
I'm doing a photo project in the Lincoln Memorial Park mausoleum, and have taken photos of the crypts for Arthur and Eugenie. Their crypts are next to each other. When I checked for memorial pages, I saw that you created pages for both of them last month, but don't have crypt photos uploaded yet. If you would like, I can upload the two photos I have for each page, unless you have them already or will be going to the mausoleum to photograph them. Let me know if you would like me to upload my two photos each for the memorial pages of Arthur and for Eugenie.
|VR Bublitz||RE: Emory Mee Jr. photo|
You are welcome and it was my honor to pay tribute to this veteran.
|John S. Sims||1-26-13|
Thank you for the note on Emory Mee. I have merged the two memorials with the correct dod.
|Phyllis Higgins||Photo request|
Thank you for looking!! There is a possiblity that he does not have a stone. A nephew took care of the funeral. I truly appreciate your time and effort.
|Don Benson||RE: Frank B Martin|
This Franklin Martin was a Civil War veteran. He and his two brothers all served before moving to Yamhill. They are all buried in Pike.
|Don Benson||Frank B Martin|
By any chance is his father Frank Martin buried in Pike Cemetery just outside Yamhill? The two cemeteries are about 8 miles apart.