|Anne Cady (#46985237)|
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I started doing full photographic inventories of cemeteries in St. Lawrence county NY back in 1999 and have about 150 cemeteries inventoried and online on my home page (see link below). I have copied the listings over to find-a-grave and am working on getting all the photos uploaded here as well. Its a slow process, so if you don't find what you are looking for here, check to see if I have it on my other site. Please don't add the pictures from my website to find-a-grave yourself. If you find a picture on my site that you would like added to find-a-grave, just send me an email or leave me a message and I'll be happy to add them. |
I also live near Washington DC from November thru April so I also enjoy fulfilling photo requests for Arlington National Cemetery.
If you would like to take-over ownership of any memorials I've created for your family members just let me know. I'd be happy to transfer them to you.
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|24th Infantry Division TAPS||Kimo Charteris Vian-Courtenay|
Thanks for the photos
Anne, Thank you so much for the transfer of Albert it is really appreciated. Audrey
|Bob Hufford||RE: Jack Ebersole|
The photos look great. I tried to get him accepted as famous...I have gotten some of the doctors associated with JFK designated famous and you have already posted grave pictures of the two in Arlington.
|David Stock||Fred Robins|
Thank you for the photo of Fred Robins headstone at Arlington in Virginia, Fred Robins was born in Ontario, Canada,one of seven children, 3 brothers and 3 sisters, arrived in Detroit, Mich,(the 1st time), 1n 1910, age 14. 695th MT Corps, would be Motor Transportation Corps. As far as is known, Grand Uncle Fred never married. Untill I started with Ancestry.com, I never knew of him,I never recall my Father OR Mother telling of any Aunts or Uncles. Now, your response, I will retire next Oct. from Union Pacific R.R., and Find a Grave is something I plan to become involved with, knowing of several old cemeteries in Southern Oregon. You may have gotten ME started on another hobbie. Again, Thank you. Dave
|Adam Schofield||Joseph Eiben|
Thanks for the photo!
|Patricia Thrasher||H. Burgin|
Thank you so very much for the photo. I discovered Hardy Lee Burgin as an unknown in Arlington National Cemetery. I had other cousin posted there and decided to research this 24 year old. He is no longer unknown.
Find A Grave and all it's volunteers is a blessing to many of us who search for our families.
Thank you for taking the photo of this memorial, and so quickly too.It is greatly appreciated.:)
|William Nees||Arlington National Cemetery|
Thank you very much for taking the photographs for me and your great work helping others.
|Kathy Phelan||Robert Masters|
Thanks so much for the picture of Robert Masters stone. I certainly appreciate the effort you made to take the photo.
|Bob Hufford||Jack Ebersole|
Good Morning. Please check out memorial 49177144. If you're around Arlington, this gentleman could use a grave photo.I tried to get him designated famous but....
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