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Our family has gone through a recent job change and cross country move. We're in temporary housing right now with really poor internet connection. Response time may be slower than usual at the moment, but feel free to drop me a note anyway.|
I'm a collector of many hobbies including genealogy, geocaching, knitting, babywearing, home production of everyday items, and outdoor survival. Due to my tendency to shift hobby focus often, I may take long breaks from graving, but I always respond to messages. Do you think we might have a cousin in common? Let me know!
Do you have a relative whose memorial I have added? Please let me know and I will transfer them to you right away. I live far from any of the places where my family was buried, so I generally am not related to any of the memorials that I have created. I would much rather their memorials be managed by their family.
A note about my photos:
While I respect the decision by others to copyright their volunteer photos and restrict the distribution of their work, I do not copyright my pictures. Any photos that I submit of headstones are free for anyone to use. You may upload them to any webpage you wish, paid or otherwise. You may also publish them freely on your webpages and family history books. You may credit me if you wish (send me a message for my real name), but it is unnecessary.
My primary reason for this is that I am mainly taking pictures of headstones of people who are not in my family. I do this as a gift to those who cannot travel to visit these headstones in person.
Second, I am not a professional photographer; I am not even a good photographer. Despite the shortcomings of my work, I am submitting these photos online because I feel that a bad photo is better than no photo at all. Also many of the headstones are getting so weathered that I very well may be the last person to be able to read the text. On that subject, I will not be offended if you wish to replace any of my photos with a better one.
PLEASE don't use shaving cream on markers! Here is why: http://ncptt.nps.gov/2009/shaving-creamgenealogists-friend-or-cemetery-conservators-foe/
and read this: http://groups.google.com/group/soc.genealogy.methods/msg/e2ddfe0f5f52d783?output=gplain&pli=1
|Messages left for FrozenFlame22 (18)||[Leave Message]|
|Della Meize||Charles Millburn|
Thank you for the transfer of Charles Millburn
|Della Meize||Mary Millburn|
Thank you for the transfer of Mary Millburn
|Della Meize||Frank Bailey|
Thank you for the transfer of Frank Bailey
|Della Meize||Inez Bailey|
Thank you for the transfer of Inez Bailey
|Della Meize||multiple memorials|
Feel free to transfer the memorials to me. . I'll do my best to update and take care of the memorials and link to family members! Della
|Cyndi Speltz Gipp||RE: Cook graves in Hiawatha, Iowa|
Will be happy to manage them. Thanking for taking the photos!
|Marian||RE: M J McLoud Malum|
Just read your message abut transferring the memorials for Martha Jane Vardy Malum #76243419 and John G McLoud #76243285. It is all right for you to transfer the memorials to me. I appreciate your taking the pictures.
Added by Marian on Mar 19, 2012 6:43 PM
|Lucile||RE: Joseph Morris|
I would be glad to manage it. Thank you for offering and for the work you do.
Added by Lucile on Mar 17, 2012 12:25 PM
|Marian||M J McLoud Malum|
Martha Jane Vardy [Memorial #76243419] married John G McLoud [Memorial #76243285] 1st and then married John A Malum second.
Added by Marian on Jan 17, 2012 2:33 PM
|Distaffs & Spears||Joseph C. Morris|
Your photos and gravestone inscriptions are very much appreciated. Thanks!
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