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I have now been back in Colorado for a couple of years but I am still dreaming of waterways, bridges, moss covered trees, and yes the rain. I don't know if I will ever get use to the snow but I am told we need the snow for the water levels during the summer. I am unsure of the numbers but I believe rain works better and it doesn't require a shovel. |
I have been lucky enough to connect with family and friends. While in Oregon I had some great Colorado volunteers that helped me with my family's stones and have had the pleasure of meeting and working with them in Colorado and meeting new ones along the way.
I have had quite a couple of years, babies born; friends & family that have passed; reconnected with friends from high school; getting to know my granddaughter, and I have had two surgeries.
I have been working a number of cemeteries trying to help family find family and over the last three years have heard some of the saddest and happiest stories from family that were so happy I helped them locate a missing loved one. I still get surprised when someone mentions the number of memorials I have loaded or the number of photo requests I have completed. I do this for you and the numbers mean nothing. If I was somehow able to help one of you during the day find an aunt, uncle, sibling, grandparent, parent, or childhood friend – it is you that has given me a reason to smile that day and continue on with what I do.
Also, I believe in transferring photos to family no matter how many generations removed. I believe the four generation rule is used for hoarders that are interested in numbers and just want to keep your family. One of my pet peeves is people taking over or starting memorials that do not know how or have any intention of maintaining the site. I feel the family belongs to the family but should be with a family member that is going to insure that links and edits are going to be taken care of in a timely manner.
I do not transfer to non family – I volunteer my time for the family and that is where I want them to end up. I am impressed and grateful that there are people who take time to work on groups and any editing you require or photos you need – I am your girl but NO I don't transfer to non family.
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|karen ahn||Mary Shepherd|
Thanks for taken photo of area that Mary is buried at.
|Mary Jane Presley (Leese)||Photo|
Thanks so much!
|Ldswoman||Irvin B Scott|
Thank you so much!
Added by Ldswoman on Dec 24, 2014 3:52 PM
|Royer Roth||Sven Swenson|
Thank you for the photograph. It is very much appreciated! Merry Christmas!
|Gale Boetius Perez||George Morrison Photo|
Thank you very much for taking time out of your day to take this photo! Best wishes, Gale
|colorwheel||J. J. Peters|
Thank you for the photo. James Peters my husband's great grand uncle. I believe this James was the same person as the James Peters who took the famous battle scene photographs in The Battle of Batoche in 1885 in Saskatchewan. Both he and his brother were there and we have been told that we were connected to this photographer.
|The Lone Ranger||Cain headstone|
thanks for your time and effort to get that for me
|Deborah ||John E. Denver|
Thank you so much for locating his unmarked grave and taking the time to label the graves on either side of his. This is very helpful.
Added by Deborah on Dec 20, 2014 7:32 AM
|Julie||Amelia & Dolly|
Hi Valerie-thank you for your wonderful photos of my aunts. I was surprised they are right next to each other! You are the best. Happy Holidays, Julie
Added by Julie on Dec 18, 2014 5:29 PM
|T. Watson||RE: Elizabeth Finn|
Thank you very much for finding Elizabeth Finn. I had been looking for two years with very little current info. I used what I remember as a young child when she visited my other grandmother. I did know where her son - Fred Eddie Butler - 1910-1976 -was buried and where he died. This man is buried in the Fairmount Cemetery, Denver, Colorado. His second family and another spouse have lived in the Aurora/Denver area for many years. There are five more children as part of Fred Eddie Butler's progeny. Thanks again.
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