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Grave Walker(L Kopet) (#46819666)
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"Photograph the grave/gravesite 'in-situ', or as it appears in that moment in time. The purpose is to show the grave as it is, be it dirty, cluttered, broken, or pristine. It is not your job to clean it, clear it, fix it, or decorate it. The graves are not yours to do as you please. Remember, one person's 'good deed' just might be another person's vandalism. Go take lots of photos... but do it like an anthropologist and do not disturb the grave site."
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Grave_Walker
RE: Your FAG name
Thanks, seemed to be the name to choose since I enjoy grave walking and taking many photos in cemeteries to post at Find A Grave.

Like your license plate photo as well..!

TY
Added by Grave_Walker on Nov 19, 2014 6:26 PM
northernpeach
Cleo Bowers
Thanks for the photo.
Added by northernpeach on Nov 18, 2014 5:14 PM
Marlene Chaney
Boll/Townley
Thank you very much for the photo of Violet Boll Townley. I appreciate your help.

Marlene
#47165453
Added by Marlene Chaney on Nov 18, 2014 7:23 AM
Robert Kuhmann
Spring Grove, Delavan, Walworth Co., WI.
Thanks for the photo uploads to various memorials which I've been "researching" in "Spring Grove", Delavan, Walworth Co., WI. My son, his mom and maternal grandma are RELATED to a large number of the folks buried there, or collaterally so...
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Albeit I live almost next door to that cemetery, I've been spending most of my time compiling BIO's and effecting LINKS etc.

As always, THANK YOU for your wonderful contributions to Find-A-Grave!

Robert Kuhmann (#46567652)
Find A Grave member for 11 years, 9 months.
Added by Robert Kuhmann on Nov 17, 2014 6:45 PM
Cindy (Seifert) Cooper Abelson
Seifert
Thank You for the Picture.
Cindy
Added by Cindy (Seifert) Cooper Ab... on Nov 15, 2014 2:23 PM
Bill Newport
photo request for Keith Francois.
thank you for fulfilling my photo request for both Keth Francois and Rena Newport Francois.
Added by Bill Newport on Nov 10, 2014 12:01 PM
Sally Scheer
RE: Jane Selden stone photo
Thank you for your generosity. It may be a long time before I get out there to get my own pictures and using yours, and giving you a credit, will do very well.
Added by Sally Scheer on Nov 09, 2014 3:44 PM
Sally Scheer
Jane Selden stone photo
May I have your permission to use the photo of Jane A Selden's gravestone on my Ancestry tree entry for her?
Added by Sally Scheer on Nov 09, 2014 1:04 PM
Sally Scheer
Jane Seldon
Thanks so much for the transfer. She means a great deal to me. Thought you might be interested in a sort of "back story" for her life. When she was a young mother of 2 year old William Fayette Potter, her husband John Melvin Potter left for the Gold Rush with his brother Dewitt and brother-in-law Benedict Woodward (also a father of a 2 year old son). As children, my sisters and I learned to chant the many last names she had throughout her life: Jane Ann Rector Potter Canfield Curtis Selden. We were somewhat in awe of a woman who had so many husbands, not knowing anything of the story behind that. Yes, we had letters John had written home to her and the family during the trip to California thru the Isthmus of Panama, but WHY DID HE LEAVE HER IN THE FIST PLACE??? Was she a grasping witchy woman? Did she demand more from him than he had to give?
One of the most important questions I wanted to answer was what happened? John never returned. I knew from the letters that Ben had died on the trip. I kept imagining scenarios where John had founded another family on the West Coast,
Ebter FindAGrave.com and Ancestry and my curiosity was finally satisfied.
NO, Jane Ann was NOT a grasping woman. She was the daughter of a preacher, one of the younger members of the Rector family in New York. She was a beautiful woman. Yes, she had many husbands, but there was nothing much else a widow with a child could do but harry another man or perhaps go to live with either her parents (who already had lots of children to care for) or in-laws (who were also taking care of their own widowed daughter and son. She never married for love again as far as I can see. She married men who were older or needed a mother for their child or children after their own spouse had died. She never had another child. William F Potter took care of her in the last few years of her life and periodically earlier,
Ben contracted Panama fever during the crossing of the Isthmus and died at sea. John contracted Panama Fever either crossing the Isthmus or tending Ben. He did make it to the Gold Fields, but her died within less than a month of his arrival. His wife and parents did not know for about 2 years whether he and his brother Dewitt were alive or dead.
This is long and you can ignore it if it's intrusive on your time, but I thought you might be interested.
Added by Sally Scheer on Nov 09, 2014 12:44 PM
Connie Carl
Harvey Sainsbury
Than You very much for the photo of Harvey Sainsbury. I really appreciate it. Thank You for what you do for Find a grave. Connie
Added by Connie Carl on Nov 08, 2014 3:22 PM
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