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We have found a wealth of information on many of our ancestors through the memorial pages, and the headstone photos that many wonderful volunteers have taken for us. We were excited to see our numerous headstone photo requests answered by volunteers throughout the United States, and I decided to become a photo volunteer in our area, too. In addition to taking the photos requested by others, I also enjoy volunteering my time to take additional photos of nearby headstones. |
Although there may be a rare occasion when we forget to thank a photo volunteer for taking a picture, or another member for transferring a memorial page, it is not intentional. We greatly appreciate everyone's kindness, and the time and effort that go into driving to the cemetery, locating the headstones, and taking the photos. Thank you very much!
Dupes & Memorial Transfers:
We always take additional photos when we are at a cemetery, adding them to existing memorial pages, or we will create a new memorial page when one does not exist. Although we search the website thoroughly before creating a new memorial page, to prevent dupes, we are human and accidents may occasionally happen! However, we do not intentionally dupe memorial pages, so please show the same consideration and do not dupe any that have been created by others or us.
And, we are happy to transfer memorial pages, as long as the individual is not directly related to my family, or my spouse's family.
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For a long time I have been trying to find a living relative (my cousin(s)) to a long lost aunt- Ester Belin, b 2 Jun 1901 in Lanse, PA to John Lars Belin and Elizabeth Fredrika Eriksson, both from Sweden. In 2008 you photographed 2 headstones in Evergreen Memorial Park that I think are my aunt and her husband - Ester Belim (sic) Jacobson and Roy Carl Jacobson. Is there a way of finding a relative? I know they had a son, Roy W Jacobson.
Thank you for your photo service.
Added by Gordon on Jun 29, 2013 5:06 PM
I just found it was Marnie Harris. And I have a picture of William Ward in my house. I found his passport application, and its the same picture I have! i can post to his grave page later.
I would still like to see Marnies grave.
Added by TMR on Mar 22, 2013 1:19 PM
|TMR||Question about William F Ward|
Not sure you can help me, but its about Oak Grove Cemetery in Portsmouth. It looks like he is next to another stone but I can't find what that might be. He was married to my great grand aunt, and I don't have a clear name on her. 1900 census looks like Maurie or Mamie. She died before 1910 I think.
Thanks for any help you can give.
Added by TMR on Mar 22, 2013 12:16 PM
|Lori Forsee||RE: Elizabeth Powell Dawson|
Oh my goodness! I am so excited! Would love to correspond with you. My email is email@example.com
William and Martha Flowers were my great-great grandparents through their oldest child/daughter Mary Clarissa Flowers Eggers. Would love to know Nellie's story too. We live in south central Iowa at this time......I was born/raised in St. Joseph, MO. Nellie was one of my GG-grandmother's younger sisters.
Look forward to hearing from you again.
I was wondering if (and how, if you are) related to Alonzo Ward - Grace Lutheran cemetery, Burt county, Nebraska.
He is my great-grandfather.
Added by Lynn on Jun 16, 2011 5:17 PM
|Melissa||Rebecca (Freeman) Sears # 10194298|
Find A Grave contributor Valerie (Johnson) Freeman has made a suggestion to you regarding your Find A Grave memorial for Rebecca Sears.
Link to memorial: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=10194298
Link to contributor profile: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=mr&MRid=46892856
Email address of contributor: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please connect Rebecca (Freeman) Sears to her mother, Sarah E. (Boles) McCord Freeman. She is buried in Randolph Co., Alabama, Find A Grave memorial # 64120943
Valerie (Johnson) Freeman
FindAGrave Contributor ID #46892856
Added by Melissa on Apr 08, 2011 10:45 AM
|Jim Adcox||RE: Hampton National Cemetery Requests...|
Sorry to hear about the daughter. Hope she is well soon. David, you and I seem to be the only ones active in fulfilling request at Hampton. David is silent lately. I only want to see the request fulfilled, no matter who does it. I have claimed the entire request list. Wow, 13... Hope I can get it done. Weather is getting better so hope you will be out again before long....
|Charles Patterson||Piery Headstone|
Hello and thank you for your time and wonderful photo, it is very much appreciated.
|Billy Walker||Abraham Kendig Memorial# 3086296|
Thank you for finding and posting the picture of Pvt. Kendig's gravestone. I have been looking for the final resting places of members of the 97th Pa. Infantry since learning they were posted near my hometown during the War. Sometimes I have to see the heasdstone to confirm the soldier was a member of this regiment. That is only possible through volunteers such as yourself. Thank you again!
You are so kind. At the moment, that was the only one. His wife in buried in the same cemtery as my ancesters, dating back to 1820. And there are approximately 15-18 CSA soldiers buried there, including my great-grandfather.
Added by Birdgirl on Jan 31, 2011 12:08 PM
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