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Curtis Thompson (#47314393)
 member for 4 years, 3 months, 28 days
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Bio Photo I love genealogical discoveries--whether they're mine or yours. If I can help you make a discovery, please don't hesitate to ask. Many others have helped me through the years, and I will be happy to help you.

I love taking pictures and am a volunteer here, so please don't hesitate to ask me to take photos in my area.

MY RULES!!!

OK, I have no rules. I'm not like some here who have rules about the pictures I take. Whatever I post or give to you are my gift and you can re-post them wildly without any permissions. If I don't want something shared or re-posted, I simply don't include it on the internet.

I feel that genealogy is about sharing and providing so that people can document their families. It's not about getting "credit" for things. I think those kind of people should be ashamed. In the genealogy world, what's mine is yours. I honestly do not understand the fuss over getting credit for a tombstone photo. These photos are NOT works of art. Every photo of the tombstone is going to look like the next person's photo.

I normally save my pictures in a large, better defined format. If you would like a copy, please let me know. I will be happy to send it to you.

If you are related to someone that I have the memorial for, I will be happy to transfer it to you. I am just keeping the memorials until I can find a proper home for them.
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Anonymous
Walters family cemetery
Thank you for posting these pictures-I had not seen the photo of my great grandfather Thomas J. Walters. My family (in Illinois} visited the family plot in 1960 to place stone for T.R. Lee Walters-it was overgrown even then. My father was John Thomas Walters, son of Lee Walters and Elizabeth Fern Livengood. He is buried in Illinois.
Thanks again, Charlene Walters Kenney
Added by Anonymous on Oct 31, 2014 11:12 AM
RJ and Babar
Virgie Mae Thompson
Yes I will be happy to post that info on her Memorial. If you would like me to transfer her memorial to you, I will be glad to do that also. She is not related to my family. Thanks! Barbara
Added by RJ and Babar on Apr 20, 2014 9:54 PM
Sharon Craig
Jack I Mason
Would you like more information regarding my father?

My mother Idalia is buried next to him.
Let me know.
Added by Sharon Craig on Apr 06, 2014 7:37 PM
Jen Rob
Sam Crawford
Thank for Samuel Crawford. I will take good care of him.
Added by Jen Rob on Oct 22, 2013 12:29 AM
Jen Rob
Samuel Crawford
Hi, I was wondering if you would mind transferring Samuel Crawford? He is my Grandmothers brother. I am trying to gather the family together and add some extra detail.
Thank you so much for posting his information.
My number is 47464235
Samuel Crawford
Find A Grave Memorial# 66413949
Added by Jen Rob on Oct 21, 2013 9:53 PM
Bob McLellan
McLellan
Thank you so much for the McLellan family transfers and allowing me to add their information.
Added by Bob McLellan on Oct 18, 2013 2:46 PM
Martha Hooper
Lexie Haynes
Thank you very much for transferring Lexie Haynes Memorial to me. I appreciate it more than you will ever know.

Martha Hooper
Added by Martha Hooper on Sep 15, 2013 10:40 PM
Raymond S Feigh
Note of Appreciation,
Hi Curtis,
Thank-you, sir, for your quick and corteous response to my transfer request in regards to the Thomas A Gould memorial... Hopefully, I can rekindle old friendships with this family,
R S Feigh
Added by Raymond S Feigh on Jun 04, 2013 4:56 PM
Mary P.T.
RE: Thank you
You are welcome. This was my first time out trying to find graves. Have a new plan, now that I know what i'm doing lol.
Added by Mary P.T. on Apr 01, 2013 7:48 AM
Mary Lou Cook
Haymaker
Thanks for the transfers. How very curious that Frank is buried with his mother but the father is not there. He was Henry Clay Haymaker, brother of my ancestor. Henry died in 1914 in California. If you happen to find his grave, I'd be grateful for a picture. An oddity: Henry died in 1914, his wife Lydia died in 1915, and their son Frank died in 1916. Henry and Lydia were listed on the 1910 census together in Los Angeles.
Added by Mary Lou Cook on Feb 24, 2013 5:18 PM
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