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William R. Long (#47080349)
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Tom Streetman
RE: Two gravestones Joe Baker Sr.
You should leave your photo up, too. Historically it can show if any damage has occurred over time, etc. Also, different photos are taken during different times of the day, and the light can sometimes bring out different details.

Added by Tom Streetman on Apr 04, 2014 2:47 PM
Tom Streetman
RE: Two gravestones Joe Baker Sr.
I was just wondering, why do you always ask that a second photo be deleted? I spent many, many hours photographing this cemetery, out in the heat.

Per Findagrave:

There is a limit of 5 photos for non-famous memorials that have not been sponsored. Any contributor can upload an appropriate photo to any memorial regardless of who manages the page. No permission from the memorial manager is needed. However, if there is already a photo of the headstone, a second similar photo should not be added unless the original is of poor quality and the new photo is dramatically better. This leaves room for photos of the deceased within the five-photo limit on unsponsored memorials. Please note that it is not appropriate to delete a page and substitute it with a new memorial that you have created just because you don't like a photo that someone else has added. If the photo is an appropriate addition to the page, it should be allowed to remain.
Added by Tom Streetman on Apr 04, 2014 2:20 PM
Ron and Peggy Tedder
Bennie photo
Merry Christmas Bill,

Thanks for your inquiry regarding Bennie...However, I do not have any photos of the older generations...My Mom was a Dumas who passed a few years back and she was the last of her family. If you happen to find a picture in your searches, I would love a copy.

Added by Ron and Peggy Tedder on Dec 24, 2013 1:52 AM
RE: Duplication of gravestone
I am happy to remove the close up photos of the names. Most of the time people request a photo of the marker and then a close up so they can see the name/dates easier.

Merry Christmas!
Added by TLH on Dec 22, 2013 11:09 AM
RE: Memorial for Helen Ranson...
O K I found it, That was back in 2011 and I think I may have been grave hopping. I am not related to her at all but I do leave lots of flowers.
Merry Christmas to you and yours.
Added by Thelma on Dec 22, 2013 10:55 AM
RE: Memorial for Helen Ranson...
Hi, Would you give me the memorial # so I can go back to the page and better explain myself???
Added by Thelma on Dec 22, 2013 10:48 AM
Darla Burkholder Nolt
RE: Lydia Royer
Thank you for your speedy corrections. It is much appreciated.
Added by Darla Burkholder Nolt on Nov 25, 2013 3:54 AM
RE: Mollie Wilkerson
I would also like to submit a correction to Mollie's uncle on Find a Grave. I thought I entered to correction correctly but I have not heard from anyone or seen that the correction was posted.
The info reads that he and wife Kitty has a daughter, Annie. Although there is a 1860 census that says she was their daughter it also shows her parents being born in different states than Henry or Kitty. My mother spoke often of her uncle Hal (Henry), it is well known he raised his brothers three older children but he and Kitty never had children. I also have a couple of great stories with sources of Uncle Hal if Find a Grave is interested.
Thank you for preserving my family history here and all the work you do. Please give my regards to your wife.
Added by Laura on Nov 09, 2013 4:43 AM
P. Stephen Langenstein
RE: Mary Gilbert Long
She was a neighbor then I was still a toddler. She and I had a connection that was like grandson/grandmother. I used to reach through the fence in my back yard and try to pull her roses. She grew the most beautiful roses down the length of both sides of her back yard. We stayed connected until she passed away. I loved her like family and still miss her to this day.
Added by P. Stephen Langenstein on Sep 10, 2013 10:46 AM
RE: Willam Richburg photo request
thanks! claimed the request and should have that in a couple of days!
Added by TLH on Jun 19, 2013 2:01 PM
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