|SueZanne Dalley||Salmon Family in Stockman|
I just wanted to thank you again for the headstone photo's that you have taken of the Salmon Family in Nebraska. They alone have been very helpful to us.
|Amy||RE: James McKeand|
Sometimes the light is right and sometimes no matter what you do it's wrong. I have a section in one cemetery I have taken half a dozen times and they are never any good. What can you do?
Added by Amy on May 25, 2013 9:41 AM
I thought this photo of James' ( # 16797331 ) stone came out pretty good - the light was being good to me - and I wanted to share it. The rules say the older photo stays and I did not want to offend anybody, so if you would like me to remove my shot I will, no problem. Let me know. Thanks! :-) A
Added by Amy on May 24, 2013 8:08 PM
|Mike Porter||John Wallace|
Thanks for the info. I made the updates.
|SueZanne Dalley||John Salmon (24858521)|
Could I get you to remove the headstone picture from this memorial. Someone gave me a closer up pictue of his headstone.
Thanks for all you do.
|Diggin for one||Holace Metcalf|
I was cleaning out my email today and realized I had never opened yours. I have corrected his birthdate as you requested. No, I am not related and did not know him either. I am just a volunteer working on this cemetery.
|NANCY W||Maria (Mary) Barbara Fichter/Werner & Frederick Islaub's|
After making the correction that you suggested and transferring these memorials to you, I realized that D.C. had previously made memorials for these two just a couple of weeks before me. Evidently their memorials didn't show up when I added these so you might want to link to their memorials and delete the ones I transferred to you. Sorry about all this.
Added by NANCY W on Nov 14, 2011 7:48 AM
|Mike Porter||D. O. Wallace|
Thanks for pointing out the discrepency. After looking through my old records from South Park, I noticed you are right. The infant was listed as being buried in lot 297 of the old ground. The fater is listed as Mitchell Tracy and the mother is not listed. Also it stares the female infant was black.
|SueZanne Dalley||Salmon & Rollo's|
Thanks so much for transferring the Salmon's and Rollo's in the Stockham, Nebraska Cemetery to me. I really appreciate it.