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|I have been involved with Family History since I was a teenager, (which was just a few years ago). I have collected pictures, histories, info about places where they lived, and any other information that I could get my hands on. I finally had to go digital because there was just too much to keep everything in paper files. I spent a couple of summers visiting all of the cemeteries around Utah and Idaho where my ancestors are buried taking pictures. It was a great experience.|
My daughter learned to drive the car while I was taking pictures of headstones. My instructions included, "Please don't hit any headstones!"
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|Rain Brings Rainbows||Bountiful Cemetery, UT|
Cheryl, I have been taking photos and discovered a photo placed by you on the memorial page of Seth Everington Day is actually a photo of his
son's burial marker...being that of Seth Elmer
Day. Please check memorial page #53932302 which is Seth Everington Day for your photo. May this message not be confusing...if you have questions, please contact me. I hope this helps...you may wish to notify the creator of the memorial page in question so he is aware. Thank you for your correcting help.
|Lora King||Elvyn Owen Zufelt|
Thank You for fulfiling this photo request for my uncle Elvyn.
|Bryan Hatch||Day Graves|
Thanks so much for your time and effort with the Day family graves. I really do appreciate this. Thanks, Bryan Hatch
|Cathy Peacock||Re: Wiseman Graves|
Thank you for trying to find my g-g-g-grandparents headstones. I was afraid there weren't any. I really appreciate your time and effort.
Welcome to Find A Grave. I was roaming around the site killing time and came across your bio. somehow.
MY SON drove almost 1000 miles,round trip, on his learners permit, while I was on my Cemetery Jaunt. HE LOVED IT. I Will never forget that trip.
Every one Thought How brave I was to let some one with a learners permit drive THOSE roads.
He started his Senior year, while with some friends, he was in an accident that totaled a Jeep. because the driver did not have the Experience of Defensive driving, my son's head needed 14 stitches just above his eye. A month before he graduated, He totaled this same car, he learned to drive on, when a beast of a Truck, did not want to wait for a Semi to clear his line of vision. My son was in that line of blocked vision. On the impact, he was already about 10 miles below the speed limit, because he had seen the Tundra from way back and suspected that possibility, he had seen it MANY times. The Cop told him he 'did a great job. The other driver could learn from this young one.'
Those roads are ALOT SAFER THEN THESE.
I hope your daughter remembers that experience with great memories. I am certain that her Mom does.
Sorry to bother you, but Your bio brought a flood of great memories. Thank You.
Thank you so much for taking the time to take this picture. It means a lot to me to be able to see this without having to make drive.
My grandpa served in the Air Force and was given a military burial. When the soldiers gave him the 21 gun salute a beautiful (and very large) owl flew over his grave into the trees. That same owl was there when the grave was being chosen.
It was a very neat experience, and one I think about often.
Thank you again for doing this.