|Beverly Witt Sheehan||RE: Robert & Warren Thompson|
It would be my pleasure! I will try to figure out why they come out tilted before I go. I've not seen another Find a Grave photo tilted so it must be something I am doing.
|butterfly||RE: Lester F. Nuttall's headstone|
You are welcome.
I will go the beginning of next week and see if I can get a better one. If I have made any memorials for your family that you would like transferred, please let me know. You are welcome to use any photos that I post on Find A Grave for your family research.
|Marcia (MacRae) Solberg||Vera Scott|
Hello, I went out to Riverside cemetery in Aberdeen SD today, and the only Vera Scott in the book and at that location (Bl. 2 lot 23) has the dates of 1877-1897. Don't know what else to look for? Will go back probably this weekend, and try again.
|Anonymous||Grave of Viola Kelley - Maplewood Cemetery|
I'm sorry to report the grave of Find A Grave Memorial# 42146876,Viola May Van Cleave Kelley, is unmarked.
|SSG Richard L. Smallwood-Roberts||Find A Grave Memorial# 66113680|
Please remove your photo from the memorial. The old headstone has been replaced with a new one.
|Gene Glover||Highbanks Cemetery|
Hi Linda, I use to live on a dead-end road here in Springfield. That highbanks rd goes to some orchards and farm land. I don't recall ever seeing any cemetery there or a single grave. My Dad worked for this guy, that owned the last two houses and some big barns on this road. I will try to find out more for you.
Keep you posted.
|Ron Kocian||RE: Elizabeth Miller Huffman|
The stone was lying face down on the ground; for how long, I have no way of knowing. I flipped it over to expose the writing and let the sun dry it a bit and then gently removed the loose earth. Actually, what you see on the photo is more legible than the stone is to the naked eye, as I kind of photo-shopped the picture, altering the contrast and brightness. I could not discern Elizabeth's surname, try as I might, and my only clue to the Huffman name was the stone's close proximity to (not next to, but behind) the stone belonging to a gentleman named Adam Huffman who I believe was Elizabeth's husband. Her marker did look to have some writing on it but I couldn't make out anything with any degree of reliability except her name. On Adam's memorial page, the photo I believe, shows Elizabeth's marker lying face down to the upper right of Adam's.
There is a possibility that we may be up that way (Clintonville) in the near future and perhaps have another go at photographing Elizabeth's stone. I hope I was coherent in this missive as it is midnight here and I'm in the process of sneaking a bite to eat from the refrigerator. Shame on me!
|Matt Wickham||RE: Ann Putnam-Arnold|
You are welcome.
I waited for the headstone to be placed, I was happy to see it there. A beautiful headstone.
|Mary D||RE: Josephine Peterson|
I'm glad that I was able to take the picture for you. If there's anything else you need, please let me know.
Have a great day.
Added by Mary D on Apr 19, 2013 2:16 PM
|Sherry Hess||Laura (McIlory) Wilcox|
You have taken a photo for Laura @ Greenacres Memorial Park may I share your photo with my family in my family tree giving you credit for taking the photo.
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