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Amateur photographer in Massachusetts who has always enjoyed wandering through cemeteries and taking photos. Discovery of Find A Grave now gives me an excuse to get out with my camera and take photos.|
And yes, my profile image is indeed from an actual headstone in the Forefathers Burial Ground of Chelmsford, Massachusetts for Oliver Fletcher (d.1771) (Find A Grave Memorial# 18168422).
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|Jim||RE: Schaub Graves|
You are welcome. I carry around an hand trimmer, broom and edger which looks similar to a spade shovel; but with a straight blade. Comes in handy for graves that are overgrown or sank into the ground. The grave # you left is as deep as the one I did this week at Mt Calvary.
Added by Jim on May 15, 2013 3:21 PM
|Vera||RE: Wolfe and Oxley|
Sorry about the mistakes, I have Parkinson's and am not on here much anymore, don't know how the Terry Oxley thing happened but I made the corrections. Thanks for letting me know.
Added by Vera on May 14, 2013 1:32 PM
|Cynthia Burgess||Rebecca Brown|
I deleted the duplicate memorial for Rebecca Brown (88009101). Gwendolyn McCall Ashe (47580352) is my aunt. She passed away from cancer June 30, 2012. She created 492 memorials in the months before her death. The majority of those memorials were created by Aunt Gwen holding a pencil in her mouth to type with because her chemo treatments left her hands extremely tender and sore. I now manage the memorials she created per her request.
|Erie County, New York Cemeteries Past & Present||Anthony Alli - Mt. Calvary|
I have removed the addition sites for Anthony Alli.
Thank you for correction, I appreciate you help.
|John Glynn III||Philip Scaccia Scott|
Thanks for letting me know. His real last name was Scaccia, but when he came over from Sicily he changed his last name to Scott. I was not sure how else to enter that info.
|Jim||RE: Ella Schaub|
When you print requests, I notes do not get printed with it genius. And I don't have time to sit and read every I note posted. But you knew that right?
So maybe you should put the alternative spelling with the initial request. Because most people search for the name on the request; which in your case was SCHAUB.
Since you left such an inspiring sarcastic message; I'm going to have to think long and hard if I want to GO OUT AGAIN and look for any of your requests. So yes, that means I've been there once looking for you.
Added by Jim on May 07, 2013 9:49 PM
Thank you for the correction, my error. As the messgae was interputted by me it was taken wrong, my mistake.
Added by George on May 06, 2013 3:10 PM
|George||Helen Matilda SEETON|
Just recieved your inappropriate message concerning my grandmother's SURNAME. Your suggestion as to moving the SURNAME out of the field is confusing if not wierd. As the memorial as stated & entered is all complete, information in its entirity is absolute correct.
Added by George on May 06, 2013 2:30 PM
|Stephen Barneby||Nilda White|
I've deleted my memorial. Thanks for pointing out the duplicate.
|Rick Weaver||RE: Nilda V. White Photo|
This one is done! I'll work on the other one later today...
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