|Peachy Pringle (#47282237)|
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First, I would like to point out that the photos on the memorial pages are thumbnails and will open larger if clicked on; and they will usually open larger twice more if you click twice more. |
If you want to use any of my photos for your family tree, you have my permission.
I am shy about going to cemeteries through private property and I avoid really large cemeteries in hot weather.
Otherwise, I am happy to help.
If you want me to delete one of my photos so that you may add a better photo - no problem.
My husband and I don't have a relative, living or dead, south of Little Rock, Arkansas. My Deep South memorials are not my people.
My list of PET PEEVES:
1) Moldy old silk flowers.
2) People who don't say thank you.
3) Fire ants and wasp.
4) Too much herbicide around tombstones.
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|Lisa Squared||Daisy Matranga|
We are checking open requests at Metairie Lawn Cemetery. I found the Unsworth tomb and Daisy's parents are there but her name is not engraved. I posted the picture, just in case, but we will keep checking the remainder of the cemetery for Daisy's name. I will post a new photo if we find it.
|AZEXPLORER||C. Gordon Wallis, and the McMcMichaels|
I was working on a memorial for Cara O McMichael and her husband John H McMichael which had a photo you had posted.
In the photo was another grave marker. I discovered that the other grave marker is C Gordon Wallis who is the husband of one of the McMichael daughters, Gladys. Gladys was born in Nov 1898 in Louisiana, and where she is, I do not know.
Anyway, I found C. Gordon Wallis' memorial on Find A Grave, but there was no photo on it. So, I copied your photo from McMichael to Wallis.
I gave you photo credit in the notes section below each photo.
If you would like me to delete the photos and you can post them instead, just let me know.
Thank you for taking the photos! It made doing research so much easier. It helped me connect the dots.
If you want me to delete the photos and you upload them to Wallis, just let me know.
|Claire||A G Williamson - Thank you!|
Hello! I want to thank you for posting the picture today for A G Tomlinson. I'm starting to be convinced that he's the husband of Frances Virginia Nichols and the father of Edna Williamson who his stone is rested against in the photo you took. Thank you so kindly for helping me figure all this out.
Added by Claire on Nov 02, 2014 5:11 PM
|Dpinmt||RE: Tom F Jennings|
I thank you very much. I am enjoying it so far to be sure. I'm already on the search for more family members, and have filled a few requests in my area as well. Thanks again for all your help.
Added by Dpinmt on Oct 28, 2014 9:23 PM
|Dpinmt||RE: Tom F Jennings|
Well I have a week under my belt. :-) I'm not sure what it really entails to have to manage a memorial. But, I'd be glad to take it on if you're willing to turn it over to me. As a sidenote, I want to thank you again for posting the picture. And also to let you know that it inspired me to add photos too.
Added by Dpinmt on Oct 27, 2014 9:26 PM
|Dpinmt||Tom F Jennings|
Thank you so much for the time and effort you took to put a photo of my grandfathers grave on the site. This is the only photo I have to add to my grandfather's genealogy pages. I thank you most sincerely.
Added by Dpinmt on Oct 21, 2014 11:38 AM
|archtype||RE: Mary Virginia|
Now knowing the story, Thanks for all the extra effort and considerable care in getting this photo.
I just love volunteers!
Added by archtype on Oct 19, 2014 8:08 PM
|archtype||Mary Virginia "Mollie" Werner|
Thank you for the phot of mollie's memorial.
Added by archtype on Oct 19, 2014 4:00 PM
Thank you for the Mary Ann Johnson photo
Thank you for adding the headstone photos for Arvil and Josie Chadwick!
Added by Dean W on Oct 12, 2014 11:10 AM
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