|Tamara Fortune Belcher (#47459176)|
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I have been researching my family lines for nearly 30 years. I also researched each husband's lines as well. I won't go into how many I've outlived :) God isn't done with me yet LOL|
There are many photos in memorials for people I am not related. Please just ask me kindly to transfer ownership to you if you like so long as it's not my line as well.
Thank you also to anyone who has contributed pictures of relatives in areas I cannot get to. I've nearly cried as I find photos and information by those kind enough to take the time to write a little something.
It's amazing how much easier it is to come by new information in this technological age. ( much easier than my days at the national archives and church buildings :)
Names I'm working on are numerous but include: Hopkin, Fortune, Belcher, Briggs, Sutphin, Marshall,King, Beck, Trammel, Many other collateral Lines.
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|Martin Burrell||RE: re:Hattie R McPherson - FAG# 48899748|
Thank you for you help. On Find A Grave now, id you use change request, there is a provision for "Transcription". I entered a change request using your quote.
Thank you, Martin Burrell
|Martin Burrell||Hattie R McPherson - FAG# 48899748|
Greetings from Martin Burrell
This is a very low pixel photo. Resulting in no one being able to read it. Can you read it, or repalce it. This is a very early pioneer. It is most important to be able to read the grave marker.
Please, do not add any more such low pixel images that are not able to be enlarged. It is a great disapointment. You can now download 5 mega pixel images. This one is about 200-500 pixel.
Please, let me know if yoe are able to replace this image ....
Thanks for your help and for all your work.
I hope this finds you well, and prosperous.
|Donna Sutphin Armentrout||RE: small correction|
Thank you for catching that typo/click o
I appreciated it so much
Any help I can be on your Sutphin Line just ask
Welcome to the Sutphin Clan :)
|Carla Smith||Ivy Lannon|
I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for the photo of my Aunt Ivy's grave. It's nice to know she has a great head stone and that she was placed in a good clean Cemetary. My father died a couple years ago and I'd like to bury his ashes close to his favorite sister. Again thank you so so much.
|Bonnie||RE: James Vernon Emanis|
Thank you Tamara for your info. I will try to let you know if and when any changes are made.
Added by Bonnie on Aug 19, 2013 10:27 PM
|Bonnie||James Vernon Emanis|
Thank you Tamara, for the photo's for James burial site. Appreciated very much.
Added by Bonnie on Aug 19, 2013 8:34 AM
|Pat and Ron Reece||RE: Imogene Hallford|
I am so glad to know that the grave has been taken care of now. Imogene's parents and Jones grandparents are also buried in that cemetery.
When you want to spend time photographing a cemetery, most of the names have been listed but not many photos taken in Pine Grove Cemetery in Polk County, east of Corrigan. Beautiful country there, too.
My grandparents & their families were all from that area so if I can help you learn about something or someone, just let me know.
|Bonnie||Jack & Verda Thomas|
Thank you for the photo's for there memorials, and I appreciate your time and work in retrieveing them. They were great. May God bless your efforts in helping others also.
Sorry for the double entry,
Added by Bonnie on Aug 07, 2013 6:43 PM
|Pat and Ron Reece||Imogene Hallford|
Thank you so much for the excellent photo of the funeral home marker. You saw the poor photo I took. I was so shocked at the condition of my cousin's grave, I could hardly snap the camera. I hope the washed away dirt has been replaced and that the grave is looking much better.
|Barbara White||billie Harvey pic|
thank you so much. i cannot express to you the thanks.. she is my sis.
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