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Isn’t “Find A Grave” a wonderful source for genealogical research? I find information and pictures on the site that are not found anywhere else. I also feel the memorials pay homage to our ancestors.|
The photographs I have posted on this site are public domain. I hope that they help.
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|SKDolley-Burgess "Susan"||Jessie Watkins White|
Thank you so much for taking the photo of headstone and posting on Jessie's memorial. You're a very kind person.
|William Nees||Forest Lawn Memorial Park A|
Thank you very much for taking the photographs for me.
|Joe Chester||William & Julia Blauvelt @ Hicks Cemetery|
I sincerely thank you for locating this plot and providing the photos. I am not a direct descendant of either, but know through research that this family has deep heritage in the area. The memorial is a classic and I hope this helps those researching Blauvelts.
Thanks so much for the Photo of the Speen Grave. It's very much appreciated.
Added by Jakekop on Apr 27, 2015 8:42 AM
|PJ Perry||Hutter gravestone pics|
Thank you for your time and efforts. Much appreciated.
Added by PJ Perry on Apr 24, 2015 8:18 PM
|Donna Blair||Rural Home Cemetery|
Thank you so much for filling my 2 photo requests for Blanche (Hickok) Mathews and her daughter Eva (Mathews) LaGabed. The pics are nice & clear & very easy to read the headstones!
|C F||Thank you|
Thank you for the photo of my great grandmother's grave, it is so appreciated! Well wishes.
Added by C F on Apr 22, 2015 6:54 PM
|Michael Hill||Mitchell Photos|
Thank you for the photos of the Mitchells.
|LTappan||James Coffin Smith|
How can anyone be as grateful as I for the photo of James Coffin and his wife, Amelia Ellen Hudson Smith's marker from way out here in Texas. I do know that the weather there has been cold and rainy so the effort you made is even more appreciated. I can now edit Findagrave to show JC instead of JD or James Coffin Smith.
A gg Uncle, James Smith died in an accident in the woods cutting logs. He was furnishing ties for the Erie railroad - by Marion Smith.
Added by LTappan on Apr 19, 2015 3:00 PM
|Pam G||Millerton Cemetery -- CW Smith|
Thanks for answering this photo request. A distance of over 1,600 miles made it unlikely I'd ever be able to do this myself! Again, greatly appreciated!
Added by Pam G on Apr 19, 2015 12:27 PM
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