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|Bob Spalding||Norman Korsmeyer picture|
Thanks for the great picture. If you have more than add them This is Norman's site and I want him represented in the best possible manner. Thanks again.
|supermama5||RE: G D Parrack 143761970|
G D Parrack
I received your request to add G. D.'s name on his memorial.
Are you related to him?
Did you know him?
Do you know any of his daughters?
He went by G.D. his whole life over bitterness.
His stone does not spell out his name, it just says G D Parrack. He bought the stone. The way he wanted to be remembered.
That is why I did not spell out his name on his memorial.
I did not mean to offend anyone by sending that correction. I did not know him personally and did not see his gravestone. People usually put the full christian name, including nicknames and maiden names that are not on the markers. It makes research easier, for future generations
Once again I am sorry if this stirred up bad feelings for anyone.
|Ed Scharff||Sarah Ann Sullivan|
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|Farm Girl from MO.||Much better photo!|
I just saw the recent photo you added to the memorial for Alonson Bull Comstock and it is so much better without the white spot! Would you please delete the first photo that you added? I am looking forward to seeing more photographs of your family. Have a nice day.
|Farm Girl from MO.||RE: Photos turned sidways|
Hope you are able to get your photos to download correctly. I've never had this type of problem before. Only had problems loading photos that were to large. My daughter helped me solve that problem. Good luck.
|Farm Girl from MO.||Photo needs rotated.|
While it is great that you are adding more photos to memorials, the one added to the memorial for Sarah Ann "Sally" (Comstock" Abernathy's memorial #42688725 needs rotated before it was added to her memorial. If you have your photos saved to a folder on your computer all you have to do is open that folder and right click on the photo you want to "edit" then click on where it shows you want to rotate the photo (semi-circle arrow at the bottow will rotate a photo to the left or right). Always click on save afterwards. You can also crop photos, rename them, etc. as needed. If you cannot figure how to do this I would be happy to send you my e-mail in a private message so you can send the photos to me.
|Farm Girl from MO.||RE: Photos I also have|
Great, another family photo. I do believe I have a photo copy of the picture of the J. M. Abernathy family & one of Paul Abernathy (not very good ones though). It came from the 1914 History of Wapello County, Iowa that my mom and I found in the Wapello County Public Library when we were up that way several years ago. I can add them to memorials on Find A Grave so you can see them & they can always be deleted if you can provide better ones. Thanks so much for everything. Have a nice day, Farm Girl from MO.
|Farm Girl from MO.||RE: Photo of Dr Comstock|
I sure don't want you to destroy the original photo! Maybe when you retake it you might at least get the glare spot in the center between Dr. Comstock and his wife so it won't affect their images. Just a suggestion as I know it is very difficult to take photos of a photo that is behind glass. I really do appreciate your efforts in trying to get a better photo of Dr. Comstock & his wife. Look forward to seeing how they come out. Hope you had a nice 4th of July.
|Farm Girl from MO.||Thanks for adding the photo.|
Thanks for adding the photo to the memorials of Dr. Alonson Bull Comstock and his wife, Sarah Ann (Sullivan) Comstock. I really do appreciate it but would it be possible to edit the photo so as to remove some of the background (wall, picture frame, etc.) so the photo will appear larger. Does the original picture belong to you or does it belong to someone else? I was hoping you might take another photo without the glare that appears on the photo on Alonson's side of the photo.
My daughter showed me how to edit photos so I can straighten them, crop off unwanted background, etc. but not everyone knows how to do it. About all I haven't figured out how to do is remove the glare a flash causes when the original photo is behind glass. Is there anyway it can be taken out of the frame and be photographed again without the glass? Hope you don't mind me asking as I really like having photos added to memorials and appreciate the work you have done. Thanks,
Is he a relative? Happy to transfer if so.
Let me know.
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