|Jim High (#48002837)|
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I like to walk. Traffic in cemeteries is alway light and looking at the different head stones, especially the unusual ones, passes the "exercise" time quickly. |
Photography and genealogy are hobbies of mine and F/G and being a phot volunteer, seems like a good fit and an excellent exercise program.
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|Heather ||Thank You|
Thank you for the wonderful photos!
Best Wishes, Heather
Added by Heather on Jun 27, 2015 8:58 PM
|luddy||Re: Homer Eckerson|
Thanks loads for the nice pic of Homer Eckerson's stone at Schenevus. Too bad its missing his DOD, though.
Added by luddy on Jun 18, 2015 9:26 AM
|luddy||Re: Homer Eckerson|Added by luddy on Jun 18, 2015 9:24 AM
|Karen Brown||RE: Bresee|
Thank you Jim for the photos. I didn't mean to rush you. So happy you had the picture. You should always stop and eat during the day!!
Thank you again,
You didn't happen to see Mary E Newkirk Bresee's husband next to her did you? His name was Sidney Russel Bresee. I have a stone that says:
S R BRESEE
Don't know where I got it from or what cemetery, but he doesn't seem to be listed anywhere.
Thank you for Mary's gravestone picture!
|Pat Walradt||Walrath Grave Stone|
Thanks so much for posting the Walrath Grave stone. I so wanted to see it...it means a lot to our Walradt Family...thanks a million
Jim, Thank you very much for photographing David Platner's gravestone for me. I reall appreciate it. Best, Innis
Added by ROI326 on Jun 03, 2015 7:28 PM
Thank you so much for the time you've taken to get these pictures
|Karen Brown||Mary Bishop|
Thank you Jim for the gravestone picture!
Enjoy the summer weather:)
Thank you so much for taking the picture!
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