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KFegs (#47563333)
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 • 10 Memorials Added
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Wrong Photos
Hello, you have added two photos to Adam Feather, Find A Grave Memorial# 63624344, and they belong to his father Jacob Feather and those photos are already on his memorial. Can you please remove the photos for Jacob Feather from Adam Feather's memorial please? They are causing confusion. Thanks!
Added by Karlly on Jul 05, 2014 9:00 PM
Linda Ellington
Berta Russ
Thanks you so much for your volunteer work for findagrave and the photo of Berta Russ's grave is gorgeous. I appreciate it so very much. Do you mind if I use your photo for a family tree? thanks so much, Linda
Added by Linda Ellington on May 07, 2014 11:09 PM
Douglas C. Johnson
Memorial Images
Thank you for the image of the grave marker of James Burrell Pearce and Ora Pearce (nee Pool). You not only took an excellent photograph, you let me known that they had a child, J. M. Pearce. Thanks for the surprise.
Added by Douglas C. Johnson on May 05, 2014 7:51 AM
Tim Miravalle
John H. Miravalle
Thank you for taking the pic John H. Miravalle's grave maker.

Added by Tim Miravalle on May 05, 2014 7:40 AM
Mollie Merritt and Henry Clay Brown
Thanks so much for the beautiful photo! I truly appreciate it!
Added by erlybyrd on Oct 08, 2013 3:14 AM
Karen M. Freeman
Hi Karah,
Yes, oh yes, I would very much like to have a photo of the smaller stone for their infant daughter.

My Uncle Clyde Eugene Green was so in love with Fannie and they were both very excited about this baby (so I'm told). When Fannie and the baby died in childbirth, he was devastated. He soon enlisted in WWI and suffered terribly from being gased in France & Germany. He eventually remarried and his daughter from that marriage, Mary Winder Green Holeman, told me he always was somewhat of a "sad soul". She loved him he did her.

Thanks again for taking these photos for me/us!
Added by Karen M. Freeman on Oct 07, 2013 3:15 PM
Karen M. Freeman
I am so thrilled to receive the photo of Fannie Maud Wilkerson's headstone!! Thank you ever so much for fulfilling my photo request. I sincerely do appreciate it.

It is a beautiful marker, isn't it? ! I know she would be pleased that her young husband honored her in such a manner.

Karen M. Freeman
07 Oct 2013
Added by Karen M. Freeman on Oct 07, 2013 1:35 PM
Mary Summers Feather
You added photos to this memorial, # 63643200, but they do not belong there. Instead, they should be on Mary Connoly Feather's memorial # 40416882. Please remove them & add them to the correct one. Thanks!
Added by eidolon126 on Mar 25, 2013 9:56 AM
Little Macomber
Grindstone Island
I have taken the time to list all the graves I can find in regards to Grindstone Island. I added the info on the war vets. However, I have found Grindstone Island Cemetery is not the correct name. This is many different cemeteries very close together. Black, Thurso, Lower, to that fact an explanation is needed on the Grindstone Find A Grave page. People usually go by the cemetery listed on the obits, because this is listed as "Grindstone" people will not think to look in this area. I would suggest a explanation to list the various cemetery and the "Umbrella" term of Grindstone Cemetery.

Janet Little Fish
Added by Little Macomber on Aug 29, 2012 2:25 PM
Clara Turcotte Garnsey
Thank you so very much for the two photos of her gravestone. pretty cool carving!
Your time and efforts are very much appreciated.
Take care.
Added by ditdit on Aug 24, 2012 4:09 PM
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