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Scott A. Steinbrink (#46933205)
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Bio Photo Deaf Graver.
World of Warcraft player (Lynbernard on SilverHand)

Researching the following families:
Steinbrink, Knoll, Haston, Whitlock, Allen, Baumgardner

I have an unique style of grave photos --

1) Close up of name in gravestone
2) Close up of gravestone
3) Overall of gravestone + grave

That way you can feel closer!

Plus, if i notice someone related to the person u ask me to shoot, I will take a chance and shoot it. Be that of a infant, spouse, child. If it is within the same plot, it gets photographed.

If you want the photos emailed to you, Let me know and I will be happy to do it.

** Notice ** Every week, 1 or 2 days, I do a full cemetery run of over 250+ miles, trying to fulfill requests in the Atlanta, Georgia and surrounding cities - 15-20 cemeteries/run ** If I travel out of town, I will make an effort to stop at a few cemeteries to handle your requests.

** Updated 8/9/12: I have suspended graving due to economic hardship but will still grave when I can. **

** If I claimed a photo request that YOU would like me to relinquish to you, please notify me first and the reason. (Doesn't mean I will release the claim) I claim requests usually because 1) Its a cemetery i frequent 2) Its a new cemetery that Ive never been to and want to check it out! **

** If you want to give me a challenging assignment - finding a lost cemetery, a lost grave within a cemetery, tricky directions to get to a cemetery, I will meet all challenges!! Just send me email and see if I can handle it. (Ive gotten a lot of emails challenging me to find some graves -- my success rate so far is about 85%. Believe me, Ive had some grateful people!!!!)

If you really want to say thank you, how about sponsoring one of my memorials that I create here? You're supporting FindaGrave and allows them to connect people with their loved ones. Its only $5 a memorial. =)

** For those of you who want permission to use my photos, have at it. I hold no copyrights to any of the photos that I take. **
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Catherine Ford Brown
Maddoxes Scottdale Cemetery
Hi Scott,

Would you consider transferring the Maddox memorials to me, they are my mom's family. My FindAGrave info is as follows: Catherine Ford Brown (#46872931)

Thanks for your consideration and also for all the time you have dedicated to FindAGrave.
Added by Catherine Ford Brown on Apr 26, 2014 10:09 PM
Scott and Priscilla Butler Fraser
RE: Stowers Cemetery
Cemetery is located off of Browns Mill Road (Hwy 212) Dekalb County. At the intersection of Browns Mill and Klondike coming from Rockdale County take a left on Klondike. Continue on Klondike about half mile, and you will see a entrance to the Electric Company on your left,turn here, fence is open during regular office hours (this road is not marked in maps). Continue on road. Road will vere to your left. Turn just before office, right, and continue past the office (on your left) buildings, under power lines. Take your next left and go up the hill. Cemetery will be on your right, fenced area, not far off the road in a cleared area.
Added by Scott and Priscilla Butle... on Apr 12, 2014 7:18 PM
K
RE: Sarah Alexander / Shadowlawn
Thank you, I will try that.

K
Added by K on Apr 07, 2014 6:47 PM
Becky Ramsey
Findagrave Photos
Scott, thank you for all your contributions to the Findagrave website and for permission to use your photographs of my relatives gravesites in my Family Tree files. I will gladly give you credit for your work. Becky
Added by Becky Ramsey on Apr 07, 2014 6:25 PM
Bud
RE: Alford Family Cemetery
I gave them to a needy young mother of three. She is a little prettier than you are and gives wonderful hugs. ;-).
Also, she is the mother of our three grand children. She started a business on eBay selling books and stuff. She is helping us to down size.
Take care, Bud

Added by Bud on Apr 03, 2014 3:27 PM
Bud
RE: Alford Family Cemetery
Hi Scott.
I gave all of my cemetery books and notes away. I am in the process of transferring my Georgia memorials to Find A Grave. Spent long enough time on here. I loved the idea of just finding graves, but the changes sure have made it a burden to add stuff and increase mail 1000 fold.
Have fun, Bud
Added by Bud on Apr 03, 2014 2:40 PM
Cynthia Jennings
RE: Oakland Cemetery
Scott,

No problem. I just started volunteering there, so it's quite easy for me to look things up and go take photos.

Hope everything starts to look up.

Cynthia
Added by Cynthia Jennings on Apr 01, 2014 11:51 AM
Jill Dempster
Milda McKinney and RD Johnston
Thank you SO much for photographing this grave of my great great great grandmother and grandfather! I know it must have been in a very overgrown place, from what Ive seen online. Thanks for finding it and providing me with such a beautiful picture !

Jill
Added by Jill Dempster on Mar 31, 2014 6:02 PM
Phillip Plotz, M.D.
RE: Westview Cemetery
Scott
Hi. Thanks for writing. I have only been going to Westview for about a year and they have the same receptionist. She is sometimes helpful but usually very curt and also threatened to charge me. So I usually have people who submit requests try to get the locations first because I don't like to talk to her. But sometimes I really get stuck and can't find someone so I have to go in and have her point out on the map where they are. She will do it but doesn't seem to enjoy helping me. The Saturday receptionist and the older man that works with her are much more helpful and accomodating. Hope that helps.

Phil

Added by Phillip Plotz, M.D. on Mar 31, 2014 9:11 AM
Rosemary DeVore
RE: Eternal Hills
WE have had no problem going into the office and asking for assistance as to where the grave or graves might be. They usually give me a copy of a map to direct me to the gravesite.
Added by Rosemary DeVore on Mar 27, 2014 4:23 PM
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