|Yancy Cowan Mitchell (#46546047)|
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Hey. I live in Ardmore, TN (a two-state city on the Alabama-Tennessee state line). I am fascinated with cemeteries and especially enjoy finding and photographing the graves of friends/loved ones who have passed on. I work in Huntsville, Alabama. Willing to go to local cemeteries and take photos, etc. at no cost for those who live too far away; just let me know. Hope to hear from some of you folks. Find-A-Grave is excellent!|
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Hi Yancy. It's Mark's cousin. I hope all is well with you. Mark's music stopped 6 years ago now. I hear from people who find the memorial you set up for him now and then. I just wanted to thank you again for giving me a place to grieve. I have been doing better since I found this site. You don't need to answer back. I just wanted to make contact. Thanks again. Shirley
|Norman Scott||Merry Christmas|
Just stopping by to wish you and the Mitchell clan a very Merry Christmas.
|Oliver||RE: Joshua Nicholas Winn|
You are welcome!
Added by Oliver on Aug 08, 2013 1:22 PM
|Johnny J. Sharp||THANKS|
Yancy, Thanks for the "family link" in on Jacqeline Wyatt Glass and her son, James Braxton Glass. It's done! Have a blessed week,
Johnny (cont.# 47599970)
|Terry||RE: Lofton Lewter|
Thank you so much for the transfers!!!
Added by Terry on Feb 06, 2013 8:44 PM
|Jack Eslick||RE: Memorials|
Thank you very much! Your memorials look very nice as well. I need to do more work on my memorials but it seems like I always run out of time. Jack Eslick
|Kyle Smith||RE: Memorials|
Thank you! :)
|Terry Magyar||Lula Milliken|
Thank you for the beautiful photo of Lula's tombstone.
|C. Bryan||RE: Bobbie Larraine Mazingo Mitchell|
You know - - that is a hard one to photograph because it faces East and is so high you can't get a shot without also getting an angle of close reflection - which, from the bright stone background, blots out the image of the marker. I've been there in the morning and the afternoon (which has a shadow to dim everything) and am not satisfied with the results. I'm going back. I have a complicated camera that can get a decent picture and I'll just do it until I'm happy. I hit that place again tomorrow and we'll see what comes out. Best - - cb
Added by C. Bryan on Jan 25, 2012 5:24 PM
|dkwhite||RE: Rhoda White - Austin-Harlow Cemetery|
Thanks for the try, I know that alot of the older cemeteries are in a bad state. Very sad indeed. So much info to gather from them.
Added by dkwhite on Aug 01, 2011 4:39 PM
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