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My husband and I are retired. Genealogy is our hobby. I have found some of my ancestors on F.A.G. and decided I could help by uploading more of mine and helping others with theirs. We like the challenge. I enjoy taking photos for Find-A-Grave but I DO want credit for photos I've taken and placed on Find-A-Grave that are then lifted and placed on other websites, free or subscription. Thank you.|
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|Ancestral Sleuth||Denver Elgin Thornton|
Thank you so much for the great photo!
Thank you for volunteering your time to fulfill my request! I greatly appreciate it! :D
Added by CHamblin on Feb 17, 2015 5:25 PM
You are most welcome! Have a Happy New Year!
Added by Karat57 on Jan 03, 2015 10:51 AM
|David M||Harris in Pooleville, OK cemetery|
Are you related to the family? Specifically, James Thomas Harris and Rosa Harris?
Added by David M on Jul 02, 2014 10:37 PM
|Carolyn Olson||Leonard Vogt Photo|
Thank you so very much for taking the time to photograph our ancestors. For those of us who cannot travel to the many places that our family tree members are buried, it is a great service.
Thanks again for having your camera at the ready when you need it.
|Carolyn Olson||Leonard Vogt|
Thank you so very much for the photo of Pauline and James Chandler's tombstone. Your fast response is appreciated. Judy
|Madelyne Benson||RE: Find A Grave-Myers|
Thank you so much for the picture of Augusta Myers' gravestone. We have been searching for her a long time and would really appreciate a copy of her obituary. A copy of Howard's obit would also be helpful if it looks like he is related. Augusta's father, Gustav, came to America in 1886 from Sweden. He died in September of 1894 before Augusta was born. Gustav's family in Sweden lost track of Augusta. You will help them bring closure! Thanks! Madelyne
|Old Joseph||James A. Neil (#51150386)|
Thank you very much for promptly fulfilling my photo request. I do appreciate it.
|Bill Stephens||RE: Charles Martindale @ Topeka Cemetery|
Charles is buried in section 52 lot 3 space s41. There is no marker for him. In fact, most of the graves in that 'old' section do not have markers.
I posted a photo of a marker from section 52 lot 3 space 65 ...that was the nearest marker to Charles's grave. You can see that there is lots of unmarked spaces.
If you do not want the 'empty space' photo on his memorial just let me know and I will remove it.
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