|Jon Reeves||RE: Margaret T. Vaughn|
Yes, please feel free to use my photo, with attribution. Thanks for asking.
Along with pictures for Carl and Mable I have also added a Memorial Page and pictures for Lorene (Dobricka) Jerome.
I'm curious as to the relationship, if any.
I hope you enjoy all of the pictures.
Added by DDM on Sep 29, 2013 4:32 PM
|svh77||RE: LOUIS A. SCHRADER|
I'm sorry, but I didn't take the photo on this page, just left a flower as part of a veteran's flowering project.
If you click on the name under the photo (Linda), it will take you to her page and you can ask her.
However, I did check the VA Nationwide Gravesite Locator and it doesn't say anything about Margaret Schrader being buried at Ft. Rosecrans.
Sorry I couldn't be more help!
Added by svh77 on Sep 20, 2013 12:39 PM
|Kerry Keller||RE: Carrie Knighton McCoy|
When I get home tonight I will e mail you the photos so you can have copies to use.
|Jake Dog||RE: Bruce L. Thomson|
The veteran's name and dates is always inscribed on the front of the marker and the spouse's name and dates is always inscribed on the back of the marker. Bruce and Cheryl are both buried in plot 4-91-4
I also took photos and posted them for Walter and Joan Thomson in case you were related to them too.
Added by Jake Dog on Mar 07, 2013 4:17 PM
|Kathy Salazar||RE: Margaret A. Schrader|
Glad I could help.
|Linda||RE: Louis Schrader|
The only thing I could suggest since I don't know your area is to check to see if there is a historical society in the area who could help you track this down. Also, in some areas there is a government office that oversees burials for that county or area. Each state would have this under a different name or department so I can't give you specifics. Lastly, check with your state archives department to see if they have any information. Some cemeteries are also linked to churches who have their own records sometimes. Good luck.
Added by Linda on Oct 29, 2012 12:47 PM
|Linda||RE: Louis A. Schrader|
I forgot to mention that if you want to be the caretaker for a memorial that has been posted by US Veterans Affairs you can click on the edit button on Louis' page and then click on make a suggestion or provide additional info. Include the request that you would like to maintain the memorial and/or give the info you would like posted. Most times someone will contact you giving you the memorial responsibility. Good luck.
Added by Linda on Oct 24, 2012 12:18 PM
|Linda||RE: Louis A. Schrader|
When you make a photo request you should receive an email when someone claims that request and also when the photo is posted. As far as using the photo I posted I have no issues with that but there are some volunteers who do -can't really understand why myself. Hope you come to really appreciate all that findagrave offers.
Added by Linda on Oct 24, 2012 11:57 AM
|Kina Freeland Bryant||RE: Raul Guadelupe Sanchez|
Goodmorning, just realized something: if you can email the person who created the memorial and ask them to transfer the memorial to you then you can control everything that has to do with the memorial but you have to make sure you are registered with find a grave. Just join to get a number(it's free) so you will get an member number(to the right of your name).That way when you ask the creator of the account to transfer the memorial to you , you will give them that number next to your name and they can give it to you.
O'k I hope this helps
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