|Sondra Van Scoy Krastins (#47502271)|
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I have lived in Memphis for most of my life and have been doing genealogy research on my family for many years. My main research is done on the following families: Van Scoy, Whelpley, Barnes, Overstreet, Justice, Parrish, Johnson, Edmunds, Penn, Curd, and Snoddy. |
I work full time, but would be happy to help with pictures from local cemeteries in Memphis and the surrounding suburbs. When I photograph a gravestone, I always take time to take pictures of the graves surrounding the one requested, because often these are relatives. I will post any photos requested in a timely manner.
If I have posted a photograph of your relative that is not in my line, and you would like me to transfer management of the memorial to you, I would be glad to do so. Also, you have my permission to use any photos I provide, as long as you give me credit as a Findagrave.com contributor.
Sondra Van Scoy Krastins
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|janram||RE: Mattie and Sidney Holman|
Obviously I am not much on checking this site for messages! You may post photos - no problem.
Jane Holman Ramsey
Added by janram on Apr 17, 2016 10:32 AM
|John Fogleman||Charles H. Edmunds|
I wonder about the date of death. The will of Charles Penn Edmunds was written in 1883 and in the will he made a bequest to Charles H. Edmunds.
|Becky Feaster||RE: Raymond Stiba|
I agree with you..... I saw this on FB also.... and agree, that they come from all over and should have been destroyed. Just hoping there is a marker for this person in the cemetery where he is buried. Hopefully someone close to there can find it - I would just leave it for now, if you'd like.
Thank you for your military service!!!
|Anne Blake||RE: Raymond Stiba and Morrie Standish|
I believe the stones Were stolen. Check memorials for some of the other stones that appear in Ed's pictures: #25210303, 84866824, 50219102.
All of these stones are identical and they are clearly in a cemetery. My father was also a veteran of WWII and if his stone appeared in someone's stairway or other home decoration, I would go to their house and remove it and I wouldn't be very friendly about it either. I found the photos of the stairs to be a disgrace. I don't want you to be harassed by your decision to post these photos since this is a very controversial situation. Of course it is your privilege, however, I personally wouldn't have chosen to do that. I only post pictures that I have taken.
|Anne Blake||Raymond Stiba and Morrie Standish|
I was wondering about those 2 veterans photos, are you aware that these stones were removed from the cemeteries and used to make a patio by some crackpot in Ozark County Missouri? I noticed that you added these photos to Find A Grave.
|Becky Feaster||Raymond Stiba|
While I appreciate you adding this picture - I know it was NOT TAKEN at the cemetery where he is buried. I have put in another request for someone to take a photo of his site and stone as it is today in the cemetery. There is some info out there that the picture you loaded here is of a discarded stone. Just trying to confirm that.
|babs||RE: Crittenden Moss and Sarah Frances|
You are more than welcome and I thank you for your offer. I don't know of any relatives in Memphis, but you never know who is going to turn up next.
Happy New Year...Babs
Added by babs on Jan 08, 2015 12:08 PM
|J Delity||RE: Rose Grandjean Farr|
You are very welcome and you can certainly use the photos. I'm glad I could help.
Added by J Delity on Oct 29, 2014 7:01 PM
|Kathleen Hill||Robert D. Hill - Memphis|
Thank you for the information about Robert's employment. I edited his Bio to include it. Looking forward to seeing his tombstone photo. Kathleen
|Jean||Irene Overstreet Memorial|
You are very welcome.....Jean
Added by Jean on Aug 27, 2014 7:57 PM
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