I homeschool my 6-year old son. He is thrilled to visit cemeteries and learn the history of the families we photograph their loved ones headstones for. His favorite is picking up flowers that have fallen over, he says he's paying his respect:)
Looking for family in all areas of the World:)
If you're in MN, please let me know:). I need some photos:)
Some family names are Goodrich, Youngberg, Danielson, Erickson, Smithey (and cut to Smith), Bowerman (Bowman), Coonrod (Conrad, and other various forms to make this earier;), Jenks, Jones (not that this is common, either;), Downing, and maybe fifteen thousand others:)
If you find a cure for geneaolAddiction, PLEASE, let me know soon! I am buried from the roots!!
RE: Alvin and Ruth Danielson Yeah it's weird that it does it. It's happened to me too. I was able to download your photo and can send you a rotated version if you'd like. I saw your e-mail was posted. Then you can resubmit it and delete the sideways one.
Alvin and Ruth Danielson Hello, I don't know if you were aware of it but the gravestone photos for these two went in sideways. It's a great photo so maybe you could rotate it and resubmit it for the two of them. If you can't figure out how to do it I can do it and send it to you.
the Allen Youngberg family I have known the Youngberg family since they moved next door to us in Golden Valley in 1954--and was best friends with their daughter, Janet (born 20 November 1948) until her death in 1998. She is buried at Holy Name Cemetery and her children are Jeffrey A Johnson (my Godson) and Jennifer Johnson-Streeter.
RE: 100427658 Sorry, I didn't realize that I created a duplicate memorial for your mother. In comparing the memorial that I created with the memorial you created I noticed that the only added value of my memorial was the photo of the grave headstone. I have added that photo to the memorial you created and have deleted the memorial of your mother that I created.
Yes, I took the photo of your mother's grave headstone when I was there taking photo's of all the graves (about 50) in the Hillsdale Cemetery to create memorials for them on "billiongraves.com".
What initially took me to that cemetery is that my great grandfather, David Johnson Wilson, and his father (my great great grandfather) George Deliverance Wilson are buried there.
I noticed that the death year you have on the memorial is 2002, while the death year inscribed on her headstone is 2003.