|Diggin for one (#47181095)|
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|If anyone would like one of my memorials removed, please e-mail me. Be sure to use FIND A GRAVE in the subject line, otherwise, I will not read your email.|
I will be happy to transfer any memorial to whom I am not related. Please remember to provide your Find A Grave member number when requesting transfers.
Please enter "FINDAGRAVE" in the subject line, for all emails, I will not read otherwise.
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|B. Darling||Monie & Sarah Shafer|
Rann, Thank you so very much for the transfers. I've updated and linked Sarah to her parents. She was the last of that part of my family that I'd not been able to locate until you had put them on-line. Again, I thank you so much for the transfers... Ben
|Karen Darwin Robert||RE: James & Bessie Bent|
You are so welcome. We're not in MI yet...we are still in TX. If you double click on the tombstone photo and read the photo caption, it should answer your question. We are having beautiful weather here in the TX Hill Country and it's been up into the 80s several days...today it's 50. We'll be back in MI for the summer just before Memorial Day.
|Anna Walters||RE: Allen Nutter|
You are very welcome, and congratulations on your new grand baby!
Any day in Mount Hope is a good day. You are welcome. :)
|Leslie Rhone||RE: Fred Bent|
You are most welcome. We are finally getting some warmer days!
|Carl Catherman||Maggie Cotherman|
Rann, thanks for the information. When I uploaded the memorial I was using an old data base. When I checked my revised data base I saw that I had the correct maiden name and other information which I've added to the memorial.
|Tru Calling||loren carrick # 63873199|
thank you for the new photo i love it. i will use it if that's ok its a lot better then the other. thanks gain
|Amy Dunn Hohler||RE: Crossleys|
I have the pictures saved from over the summer, but I only have limited time to post photos so I post whenever people request them. We have lots of snow right now, so lucky for you I did my cemetery walks during the summer :-)
|S. Derek Hadfield||RE: Willis Hadden|
You are very welcome.
It does take a bit of time, but I feel that what I do and the way I do it means a lot more. Anyway it does to me.
It's not really all that time consuming. I run all my pictures through photoshop and then I have a ppt template that I download the enhanced picture into. All I have to do is then change the labels accordingly, save the picture as a jpg then upload to Find A Grave. It makes my photos unique and if there is any question, I can quickly verify that they are mine or not. I can probably do a photo from the time that I get home and make the download to the computer in about 5 minutes. I'd like to see more of the volunteers do the same thing. However so many of them go in a cemetery and photograph all of the monuments where I am going in on special requests. I understand why they can't do it.
I'm glad you liked it and the pleasure was all mine
Added by kc8mld on Nov 16, 2012 2:15 PM
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