|Pamela Whitaker (#47260865)|
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I am a retired health care professional who is interested in genealogy among other things. I grew up on Long Island, went to school in Texas and Georgia, lived and worked in North Carolina and have recently relocated to South Carolina. I enjoy hiking and am always pleased to come across old, out of the way, cemeteries. I've been trying to locate family graves in Pennsylvania and was using Find a Grave when it occured to me that I would enjoy helping others trying to find graves.|
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|robyn alexander||RE: Memorial Transfer|
Thank you so much.
|robyn alexander||RE: Alexander|
Hello again, yes, please, i would like to have my father's memorial transferred to me. Will I be able to make changes, add photos and the such then? What are my responsibilites to this site? I have been reading the faq section to get familiar with the site. I think it is wonderful what you and the other contributors are doing and I look forward to when I can start taking photos too. My husband(just newly wed) is a truckdriver and I go along with him over the road. Not much home time, but alot of together time. :) Thank you, Robyn Alexander Schleben
|Mac McElroy||RE: George Engle|
Yes the year of death is 1965. I uploaded a large format photo, so if you click on it the photo should enlarge for easier viewing. I also messaged the Creator of the other Engle family memorials to update their info as well.
Happy to be of help!
|robyn alexander||claude alexander, jr|
Hello Pamela, I just joined findagrave and was excited to see a photo of my fathers grave stone on here. I was down there the year he passed away, but didn't get a chance to see the stone added to the cemetery. I live in northern Mich and have been to the family cemetry a couple times. Each time I try to document more stones. I was unsure when I was going to be able to see his stone. Then someone told me about this site. And there he was! Thank you so much for doing what you do! Robyn Alexander
|Michelle ~ღ ƸӜƷ||Re: Photos|
Thank you so much for taking the photos of Moore/Murphree headstones, I appreciate your time and kindness.
Have a blessed day,
|John C. Anderson||RE: Lakeview Cemetery|
It's called time. I manage over 400,000 Find A Grave memorials already and answer over 100 emails daily. When I see a photo request, I add the photo. It's that simple.
|Melissa Morris||Cooper Plot|
Thank you so much for the photo's!!! Glad the weather got better!!
|Melissa Morris||RE: New Hope|
No worries!! I've been waiting for spring to get some photo's my self.
Thank you! Melissa
|Ray O||RE: Kerner grave|
Okay, I'll send you a photo of me (kidding).
Of course you can. I don't understand the territoriality some have with the photos. It belongs to you.
Added by Ray O on Mar 30, 2013 7:41 AM
|Wanda Darnell||RE: James headstone|
Pamela, I know you went to a lot of trouble to get the family transferred to me and I appreciate it. Thanks Again,
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