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I came across FAG when researching my family heritage. Since then I find myself visiting every cemetery I run across.. The photo attached are markers I found of three unknown Union Soldiers in a small cemetery in Dexter, Mo. I found and photographed markers at Arlington National for a friend I made on FAG. And photographed a memorial at Gettysburg, PA for the same friend who's GGG Grandfather fought. Found some requests in Baltimore, MD, but you can probably find me every weekend at Olivewood, Evergreen or Riverside National cemeteries in Riverside, Ca.|
Being a Veteran myself I find pride taking photo's of my fellow brothers / sisters for their families.
Some sir names I am researching are Bower, Keith, Wengle, Shupp, Butcher, Babb, and Rigsby.
My second Hobby is Antique Cars. So if you see a blue 1941 Plymouth in a cemetery, look me up and say Hi.. I sometimes drive it on my volunteer quests.
You are welcome to download and use my photo's for your ancestry research.
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Andrew Butcher ..., Irish Indian, Janet S. Alvis, Jo, Karen Duffell-G..., Kathleen Hill, Laura (Rohe), Michael Young, Shawnell, Stephen Meadows..., Susan Toman, Susan VanVoorhi..., Teri S
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Thank you for finding the time and getting the picture of Jackie Burns. Have a great day!
Added by Rundowns on Jul 01, 2015 3:55 AM
|Ruth Ellinore Tronsgard (Terri Adams)||RE: Raymond Tronsgard|
Thank you. I find our name has been screwed up since the beginning, I find us with all kinds of spellings. Originally it had too a's, but that seemed to get lost somewhere around the 20's... Thank you again.
I am so new to this and just got a couple of my first ones. At the last place I received a very rude reception at the cemetery office. They had no index, no way for me to look them up. I was told to leave the names and when she got around to it she would let me know, but that it was very low priority and she was a very busy person. WOW, is that common? Another employee caught me outside and apologized for his boss, and took the list and said he would do it for me... My mother worked for Cypress View and Greenwood in San Diego, and anyone could go through an index so I was surprised that their records were manilla folders by the sections...seems a bit archaic doesn't it?
Thank you so much for the picture of the Canfield tombstone.
We are trying to identify more of the Canfield family who served in the military after WWIi.
Added by Canfield on Jun 28, 2015 7:21 PM
|Judy Mannenbach||Lane Dittberner|
Thanks so much for the photo of Lane Dittberner's headstone.
|SARAH reddick||sam garcia photo|
i want to thank you for the photo ive never seen his resting place so sad he was taken so young all because the veterans hosptal in okl. failed to put his rails up on his bed sleeping meds and he tried to go to the bathroom and slid to the floor rupured and died . thankk yyou again
|John Hansen||Grissom photo|
Thank you K.B. so much for the photo! It means a lot to me.
|LoveTrees||for the sidney kurzbard stone photo|
Thank you so much, KB.
I appreciate the favor.
If you have any requests near me, I'll get them for you.
All the best.
|David Robertson||Charles C Ellis|
Thank you so much. I don't know if the Marines took care of his services or his daughter or whomever, I think they did misspell his name on the marker but o well. Ellils instead of Ellis.
|Holly Hagley||Frank D. Place photo|
I want to send a sincere thank you for taking that photo of my father's grave. You have no idea how much that means to me to see that. I haven't gotten to visit since I live in Ohio, but seeing that really just made me so happy. I'm in tears right now. Thank you so so much.
|Celestina Coleman||Eartice J Brown|
Thank you for the photo!
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