|Tamara Truette Peterson (#47729705)|
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I truly enjoy taking gravestone photos and it is my pleasure helping with photo requests.|
If you would like to reuse, copy or post any of the photos I have taken for Find a Grave, permission is granted and no personal acknowledgment is necessary.
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thank you so much for your help! I really appreciate it. At times I find that their is conflicting info on family trees, so really appreciate getting to see what the headstones look like. Again, thanks!
Added by JMP on Aug 27, 2015 8:50 PM
|time out||Merryman photos|
My mother and I were thrilled with the photos you took of our family markers. We so appreciate the time and effort you went to, and provided such lovely memories for us. Thank you!
Added by time out on Aug 17, 2015 8:03 PM
|Linda Rauch||Henry Clay Foster|
Thank you so much for making a copy of this headstone. You are truly wonderful!
|Joanne Marcus Britcher||RE: Beavers Marquis|
I will email you at your address that you have public.
|Joanne Marcus Britcher||Memorial #56962332|
I saw that you've taken some beautiful photos of the Beavers family.
What does the name, Marquis represent that you over laid on Samuel Beavers' marker?
|Sharee Thornberry||Mary Elizabeth Wright|
I agree with everyone else here...you go way above and beyond what is the norm, what is average. Thank you for labeling the family graves in the photo. Even the ones that don't have a marker are labeled. If I ever get to visit the cemetery I will take your photo for reference. Thank you so much.
|Connie Schwindt Rumold||Monument Photos|
Myrl E. Yost
Leilah C. Welch
O. W. Welch
Your steps that go beyond the request is duly noted and appreciated. My request for Merl and Sarah Yost specifically have been responded to with such wonderful results. The extra efforts to make such wonderful notations and then to place the photos onto the other memorials is appreciated by a contributor that is far away and would never be able to imagine the scope of what you have captured.
Thank you for all you have done.
Connie Schwindt Rumold
|Helen Cobb Rehm||RE: Anna & Fred Messbarger|
Thanks so much. I will try this website. On Ancestry it stated on Anne's SSD that she died in Kearney, Neb. I knew this looked to easy!!! Thanks again.
|Helen Cobb Rehm||Messbar|
I saw on Find a Grave where you added a memorial for a Messbarger infant. Do you have a list of people buried there? I am looking for the burial sire of Anna A. Messbarger d Feb 9, 1999 in Kearney, NE and this memorial is the only Messbarger that came up. Also looking for the burial sire of her husband, Fred A. Messbarger. Not sure yet if he died in Kearney also. Is there any way you can find out for me? I live in MO and am trying to connect Anna & Fred to his daughter, who is related to me. Thanks so much and appreciate whatever you can do.
Helen Cobb Rehm
|Jerry Kistler||Elizabeth Sommer|
Thank you very much for fulfilling my photo request for Elizabeth Sommer.
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