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Julie Linn Sims (#47188431)
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Bio Photo I WILL NOT EVER BE GOING BACK TO THE ROSE CITY CEMETERY. THEY ARE PROBABLY THE RUDEST PEOPLE IN ANY CEMETERY IN THIS AREA. IF ANYONE WANTS MEMORIALS FROM ROSE CITY, JUST ASK.
IF YOU ARE A SERIOUS MEMBER AND THEY ARE NOT MY FAMILY, I WILL TRANSFER HAPPILY.

Anyone who is affiliated with Findagrave has my permission to use any photographs I have taken of headstones. NO ONE HAS PERMISSION TO TAKE FAMILY PICTURES THAT MAY BE ON ANY GIVEN MEMORIAL.
Please make sure the photo you are trying to lift, doesnt belong to another contributor as not all of my memorials had pictures loaded by me.

FEB 24, 2016
If you see a picture that is bad for any reason and you have a better one, please load it and let me know so I can delete mine! I have had two different sessions where the lighting was bad all the way around.

APRIL 7, 2016

To Beth and Melissa: This has gotten way out of hand, I do apologize.


APRIL 26, 2016
Apparently, FaG is allowing any or all pictures to be lifted from here if they are going to Ancestry. While I get the theory of this, as they are the same company, I also know human need to take the extra inch and break rules. Because of this new rule, folks will lift to other sites and Ancestry will not chase them down.

I am still saying that the headstone pictures are free to use, however, the family pictures THAT I DID NOT LOAD, should not be taken from this site. I think its rude at the very least. I would appreciate a heads up if they are my family.

For those who are saying the next thing FaG will become a pay site...you might want to hope for that because in a twisted way, if we are paying, THEY cannot allow people to steal our work anymore, it is definite proprietary.

Think about the reason you do all of this before you start pulling your headstone pictures. Pull the family ones, by all means, but think about this before you do it.

The saddest thing is that those who regularily break the rules are probably doing a happy dance, but they will not be satisfied, they will just do more damage to what once was an amazing tool for searching families, but has so many integrity issues now, it has caught up with the flaws of Ancestry itself.

Julie
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RS Witwer
RE: Edwards photos
You are very welcome. Yes, it was a nice day to take a walk outside. I was happy to be able to find the Edwards gravestone that you were looking for.
With warm regards, Rhonda
Added by RS Witwer on Mar 24, 2016 7:13 PM
Nathan Haines
Jack Leo Baumer
Hi,
I went and got better pictures for that gravestone for Jack Leo Baumer that I whined and complained about. :-]
The pictures would have looked better if it weren't raining when I took the pictures.

Jack's Find A Grave #= 156998083

I found out that his wife is indeed buried there also. They just never added her death year.
Nathan
Added by Nathan Haines on Mar 05, 2016 12:34 AM
Gone Gravin ★
Photos
The efforts you have put forth for me went above and beyond all expectations. Please don't hesitate to post your photos. If someone else has photos, they can add theirs too, There are 5 spots per memorial. They can have one of the four left. If you want to delete theirs after they get around to posting theirs, that's your call. They may NEVER post theirs. But until they do, and they are found to be 'better', others appreciate all the work you have done!
Added by Gone Gravin ★ on Feb 29, 2016 12:03 PM
Nathan Haines
RE: FAIRLAWN SECTION
The first message I sent was before I saw all the ton of edits you sent and what you are doing.
I am sure you know how different people. One person wants to do things one way and another person does not like to do things that way, etc, etc.
From the jist of your message it sounds like you are new to Lincoln Memorial. I have been working on that cemetery for years. I did not just start working on it yesterday in a manner of speaking.
I have too much to say in this format so will send an email a little later when I get more awake.
I will say though that I was awfully disappointed to find out somebody is going along behind me putting poor quality pictures on my pages I made. If I wanted poor quality pictures on my pages I could have already done that myself.
My theory on this is to get a fair amount of info on a page for a person so someone related can find them and they might like more added to the page. And, they can request a picture of the grave if they want one. THEN, I will go back out there and get them a good picture. I go bananas cleaning up a gravestone and try to get people the best picture I can get for them, not just one to hurry up and get one because there HAS to be a picture of the grave on their page no matter what it looks like, ok?! How weird does that make me?!
Nathan
Added by Nathan Haines on Feb 29, 2016 9:47 AM
Nathan Haines
RE: Marian J Baumer
Hi,
Good question. You are right, she is not buried in Willamette National. So she did remarry then.
I can only ask Lincoln Memorial for a very few look up requests for Find A Grave per week. Tomorrow is the day I can make my few more requests. I don't have too many requests this week to look for so I will add Marian to my few requests tomorrow. Then we will find out if she is really there or not. Then we will know for sure where she isn't if she is not there and know she has to be looked for elsewhere.
It takes them a few days usually to look for my requests. They just look in their records when they are not too busy. It is a very large cemetery and things ebb and flow around there like so many businesses do.
I will get back to you when I hear anything.
One good way to find answers is to track down a living descendant. Often times they know things.
Nathan
Added by Nathan Haines on Feb 28, 2016 8:10 PM
KHaining
RE: Charles Tafft Watson
Hi, Julie --

I'm not related to the Linns or the Watsons, although there have been some intermarriages between some of the folks in my family tree and the Linn family of Wasco County, Oregon. I've just done some community genealogy for the folks buried in Kelly Cemetery since that's where my grandparents, great-grandparents, and great-great-grandparents are buried.

cheers,
Kirsty Haining
Seattle, Washington
:-)
Added by KHaining on Feb 25, 2016 7:23 PM
Ruthane P
RE: NISWANDER
No problem.
Added by Ruthane P on Feb 25, 2016 12:24 AM
Allied Families
Memorial Transfer
Thanks for the transfer and welcome.
Added by Allied Families on Feb 12, 2016 10:13 PM
Lindsey
RE: Transfer Requests
Thank you so much for your reply!

I did read the FAQs, though after reading it, I still could not find the edit (at first) that you are talking about.

However, you were very clear so I should be able to find it. It is simply that I have to get used to the way this website is organized.


I would never expect to find magical missing people from my family, but I can see how people would try to use this site that way.

Rose City Cemetery is a relaxing place for me, it is typically a nice walk, I have been going there and taking pictures of my relatives graves for years.

I do not think you are mean at all, what you are saying makes total sense.

Thanks again,

-Lindsey
Added by Lindsey on Feb 11, 2016 4:55 AM
Scott Failmezger
RE: Amos and Olive Leek, Redland Pioneer Cemetery
Awesome!
Added by Scott Failmezger on Jan 30, 2016 12:32 PM
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