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Greg Kimberley (#47221479)
 member for 5 years, 5 months
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Bio Photo Learn something each day, and teach something each day ...

For me, photographing cemeteries has evolved from an interest in genealogy, nature, and a quest for understanding life. I enjoy following the paths of my ancestors, searching for their final resting places. I also enjoy fulfilling photo requests. Finding graves brings a rush that makes the search worthwhile. Photo volunteer work is just a small way of contributing and giving something back to others. Cemeteries are by nature peaceful places, and I enjoy the peace I find while searching. Yet, my favorite cemeteries are those that are filled with activity, either relatives visiting their loved ones, joggers, or people walking their dogs.

Currently Pekin IL is home base (but I love to travel).
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Sheila Hewitt
RE: Harriet Elizabeth and Arthur Howe Kelley
Thanks, I don't think Laura Kelley is buried in Mt. Auburn if she's not near her parents. If she is there, she might not have a headstone.
Added by Sheila Hewitt on May 31, 2015 9:00 PM
Sheila Hewitt
Harriet Elizabeth and Arthur Howe Kelley
You did it again! Thank you for photographing the headstones of Harriet Elizabeth Smith Kelley and her husband, Arthur Howe Kelley. Do you know whether there was a headstone near them for Laura Kelley? She was their only daughter and she never married. She died in Wisconsin, but I haven't found where she was buried. Also, were the Kelleys buried near Elon and Cornelia Smith, whose headstones you just just photographed? Thanks, Sheila
Added by Sheila Hewitt on May 31, 2015 8:39 PM
Richard Culler
Roy & Nita Culler
Thank you for the transfer!!
Added by Richard Culler on May 31, 2015 7:54 PM
Mike (Dino) Peterson
Swartz - Mount Auburn
Hi Greg,
I very much appreciate your time and effort in getting the tombstone picture. It's a great picture also.
Mike Peterson
Added by Mike (Dino) Peterson on May 31, 2015 5:19 PM
Richard Culler
Roy Lester Culler
Thank you for taking the wonderful photo of his headstone!
Added by Richard Culler on May 31, 2015 4:39 PM
Marcy Edwards
Thank-you for taking a photo of Martin Dejovine's headstone. I really appreciate it.
Marcy Edwards
Added by Marcy Edwards on May 31, 2015 8:32 AM
Virginia Saddler
Fred Davidenko
Thank you so much for the photo of Uncle Fred's headstone.
Added by Virginia Saddler on May 30, 2015 9:16 PM
Teddi Kella-Fuller
Alzbeta "Betty" Kolar Topinka
Thank you so much for taking this photo. Because of your help I was able to find out her real first name.
Added by Teddi Kella-Fuller on May 30, 2015 8:13 PM
Sheila Hewitt
Elon and Cornelia Smith
Thank you so much for locating and photographing Elon and Cornelia Smith's headstones in Mt. Auburn. It took me quite a while to locate where in the world they were buried because they moved around quite a bit after 1870. So I'm thrilled to finally see their headstones. Thanks again, Sheila Hewitt
Added by Sheila Hewitt on May 30, 2015 7:47 PM
Thank you for the marker photos for Meyers family members at Mount Calvary Cemetery in Dubuque, IA.
Gratefully, RWS
Added by RWS on May 30, 2015 12:09 PM
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