|Michael Brewer (#47834965)|
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I started taking photos soon after I came to this site, and it quickly became an enjoyable hobby. I am particularly active at the Marion Cemetery and St. Mary's cemeteries in Marion county, Ohio, but also enjoy checking other cemeteries, and occasionally documenting ones previously not photographed. I manage many memorials of my direct ancestors and their families.|
If I'm not related to the person I manage the memorial page for, I will gladly transfer it to relatives. If you are more closely related than I am, I will also transfer.
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|R & J Black & G Key||St Marys Catholic Cemetery|
Thank you for all of the pictures you have posted for the Baer family. I really appreciate your time and efforts.
|Johnie Johnson||Brough Cronin|
Thank you for taking a picture of his military headstone.
Would it be possible to pull the weeds and gently move the plant back that is front of Mary's headstone so that picture would be clearer (I've had to do that many times). Otherwise the info on the headstone can't be read.
|Elizabeth||Joseph and Alice Klee|
Thank you for adding the pictures, this is my husbands uncle and aunt
|Ron Rounsaville||Robert Sobditch photo|
Thank you for the photo.
Thanks for taking the time and effort to get these photos.
It is greatly appreciated.
|EJB||RE: Irwin Arnold Burial Marker|
You are more than welcome, I am happy to help. Who knows, he may be a distant relation--Burnett is my family name, although it's been spelled slightly differently for the last three generations.
Added by EJB on Aug 09, 2016 7:22 AM
Thank you so much for all your help Michael.
I love all the pictures you have taken for me. :)
Added by Cheryl on Aug 04, 2016 6:31 AM
Awesome, thank you soooooooooo much!!!!!!! :)
Added by Cheryl on Aug 04, 2016 6:24 AM
Thank you sooooooooooooo much. :)
Added by Cheryl on Jul 19, 2016 6:30 AM
|Jeannie Anderson||Jasper Secoy|
Thank you for photographing the headstone for Jasper Secoy. Jasper is a cousin on my tree. He was in the Revolutionary War and passed away from Measles. Jasper was only 19 when he passed away with no wife or children, so it was very special to me to get a copy of his headstone so others can remember the sacrifice he made for our country.
Jeannie Griffin Anderson
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