|Larry Krueger (#47801461)|
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I am a former Marine and a Vietnam Veteran. I spent approximately 18 months in Nam.|
I can only speak for myself and the photos that I have taken. I am giving my express permission for you to use my photos in any way you see fit in your family research.
❤I will try to never forget that am a volunteer out here, doing work for you, the absent family member.❤
I do not selfishly hoard my pictures under the pretense of a 'copyright'. WHO in their right mind selfishly refuses to share OPENLY the photo of another family's grave stone?
I DO NOT PLAY F.A.G.'s numbers game that so many of us despise! I do NOT hoard memorials. I openly welcome and gladly transfer MY memorials upon request.
VERY VERY FEW of these memorials are my family. SO if they are in yours do not be afraid to ask for a transfer.
I do not hold tightly to strict family guidelines. I prefer that you are family of some sort BECAUSE ♥I believe no one takes better care of family then family.♥
Be Honest. I also believe there may be other valid reasons for wanting a transfer. If it was a close family friend, or someone that played an important part in your life that you wish to pay respect to and manage the memorial instead of me, a total stranger, please explain that to me and I will more then likely transfer to you.
The four generation rule....MY THOUGHTS ONLY.....Since when does a family tree or your ancestors start or stop at four generations??? If you are doing your family tree it is impossible to to continue on or finish if you stop at 4 generations only! How incomplete would that be!?
If you are a volunteer on the Findagrave website and decide for any reason that you no longer can or wish to maintain your memorials, please transfer your memorials to someone who has an active account and is willing to also manage yours.
SO... Right now, while you are still active/alive, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have someone (usually a family member) who has accepted to take over stewardship of your memorials. Please send FaG their name and member number. FaG will add a note to your member page stating the identity of who you are making your steward. You can have your elected steward email FaG after your 'passing' or you going 'inactive' and they will make sure that your person can manage, edit and update all of your memorials when necessary.
Cemeteries & Genealogy:
A place where you search for ancestors, but you may dig up new friends!
Where you can confuse the dead and irritate the living.
I ♥ USMC
"Laissez les bons temps rouler!!"
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|Messages left for Larry Krueger (362)||[Leave Message]|
|John K||Johan's descendants|
Added by John K on May 26, 2015 6:49 PM
Thank you Larry. I have been trying to contact Family from your area of our tree. I have completed our tree on wikitree and invite you to join. Here is a link to Johan's descendants. Enjoy
John K of the Idaho branch of Krizeneckych
Added by John K on May 26, 2015 6:47 PM
Thank you so much for the photo of the baby gravestone. She would have been my 2nd great aunt. I did send a name correction, Metta instead of Jetta. So hard to read, I am a volunteer too. Thanks again for all you do. Tammy
|Denise||James Wayne Gusick|
Thank you very much for the picture you posted of Jim's grave. It brought me closure and I am grateful for it.
Added by Denise on May 22, 2015 12:19 PM
|Linda and William S.||Donald Geiser in St. Martin Cemetery|
You submitted the wrong photo in Donald Geiser's memorial in St. Martin Cemetery (mailing address - New Holstein), Calumet Co. WI.
You put in the photo of Eugene Geiser.
Thanks so much for updating Henry Rawlinson McLean's memorial. He's an ancestor of my 1st cousins. I am new to being active on Find A Grave - I did make an account a couple of years ago to leave flowers and a note for one beloved person, but only recently began to be a real contributor from some of my years of genealogical research and photos, and also for the wish of taking care of my grandparents' and great grandparents' memorials. I do it out of love, to honor their memory. I am really shocked to discover the hoarding aspect over memorials!! (Who thinks like that?) I applaud your views, agree wholeheartedly, and believe that it honors those who have passed for their memorials to be tended by people who knew and loved them, and/or are part of their family. Why have memorials if not to HONOR those who have passed? All of us wish to be honored and remembered by our loved ones and descendants - not people who didn't even know us, and only want our name for their numbers game. So once again, I thank you. I enjoyed reading your bio and cheer you on. It inspires me to write a better bio myself. Take care. God Bless you, Larry.
Added by Debbie on May 20, 2015 7:09 AM
|JoAnn HAGANS Harris||Mary Paul|
Thank You for bringing to my attention that Mary is in the Old Section and not in the new section.
Have a good evening!
|AlongTheWay||Thanks for Cemetery Correction|
Place of burial has now been corrected for Memorial# 133332415 - check out the name change as well.
Thank you so much for taking the time to get Gordon & Marvin's photos for me along with all of the detail you provided in the outlying shots. I love that you take the time to do that for those of us that can't get to these cemeteries.
I appreciate your kindness!
|Melody||RE: Martis Barker duplicate|
He is a very distant cousin. You can transfer if you want to, but it isn't necessary. Thank you for offering. :)
Added by Melody on May 11, 2015 9:21 AM
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