|Spirit Walker (#47713785)|
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What a great web site. I found my biological family thru this site, with some help from Ben Cooper and my wife Rochelle. Born Andrew Barry Krusen, adopted Kevin G. Miller. What a great tool. My wife and I enjoy helping others as photo volunteers. I'm a member of the Hillside Cemetery Assoc. Oxford, NJ Contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org|
The ground on which we stand is sacred ground. It is the dust and blood of our ancestors.
- Chief Plenty Coups, Crow (1848 - 1932)
When you were born, you cried and the world rejoiced. Live your life so that when you die, the world cries and you rejoice. - Cherokee
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|Peggy Andrews Shafer||Nuttall transfers|
Thank you so much for the quick response! Truly grateful for the work you are doing. God Bless.
|Peggy Andrews Shafer||Nuttall/Phillipsburg Cemetery|
I am directly related to all of the Nuttall's you have photographed and uploaded to Phillipsburg Cemtery's Find A Grave page.
If you are not related, I would love a transfer.
126683770 Catherine Nuttall
126683702 Charles Nuttall
121416543 John Nuttall
121416579 Ruth Nuttall
|Keith Balon||RE: Anthony Tony Becker|
Thank you for your comments on Anthony Becker. They have been included with our Family Tree information. And, by the way, you did a nice job of handling Ashley. If she is so adamant about not wanting others seeing her father's grave stone, she needs to have it removed.
You are responsible for a picture of my father's headstone on this website. No one gave you permission to take this picture and make it public, and as his only child, I am extremely upset that you did this. Words cannot express how bothered I am that you would go into a cemetery, take a photograph of a stranger's grave, and post it on the internet without giving thought to the family and whether or not they would find this acceptable. I find it offensive, intrusive, and extremely disrespectful to the grave site, my family, and my father.
The next time you decide to walk around a cemetery taking photos of headstones that belong to people you never knew, you might want to stop and think about living relatives who might not want that photo taken. Have some respect!
Added by Ashley on May 16, 2014 12:39 AM
|Sally Scheer||Henry C Scheer III|
Thanks for the picture of "Young Connie's" gravestone. I know it seems off to call a 75 year old man Young Connie, but that's how the family always talked of him since he was the third one of that name. It's a long way from Michigan to Blairstown New Jersey and trips there are few and far between these days.
Thanks again. I love your handle too. Spirit Walker is so fitting.
|SMPowell||photo Jessie Townsend|
Thank you so much for finding this grave for me. I have visited this cemetery myself, but did not know of this relative at the time.
Added by SMPowell on Apr 28, 2014 7:54 PM
for John "Dean" Predmore.
Thank you very much for all your efforts. Your work on Find A Grave is appreciated by all.
Raymona # 47237414
Added by Raymona on Apr 26, 2014 8:59 PM
|Star Kline||Charles and Helen Rustay|
Thank you so much for taking a picture of their tombstone and adding it to their memorials. I truly appreciate your thoughtfulness.
|Judy Viewig||William and Jane Kimple|
Thank you ever so much..It is greatly appreciated.
Just wanted to thank you for the transfer.
Robert E. Richline, Memorial# 112464892 and Ronald L. Rickline, Sr., Memorial# 114290880 are my dad's brothers.
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