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I am a retired software engineer. I give permission for private, non-commercial use of any of my photos on FindAGrave, such as in genealogies. Posting them to Ancestry.com is okay. I'd appreciate a photo credit, though. Thanks.|
I am especially interested in, and equipped for, taking photos of old, worn, difficult-to-read tombstones. I'm that off-camera flash guy. If you are interested in taking better tombstone photos, look at my homepage link, or just google "off-camera flash tombstones".
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|Susan Wiley||Winston Henry Carrington|
You created a memorial for Winston in Holy Trinity Church Memorial Garden. I am trying to locate the burial site for his wife, Helen Reenstjerna Carrington. She died August 7, 2008. If you live near the church can you possibly check to see if she is also buried in Holy Trinity? Thank you. Susan
|Lois||Bilsky - Melbourne Cemetery|
I cannot thank you enough for your time and promptness in obtaining this photo of their tombstone and burial location. Much appreciation for all that you do!
Added by Lois on Feb 06, 2014 4:52 AM
|Diane Simmons||Mary Palmer "Polly" Stubbs Wilson|
This is John Franklin Wilson's wife. Could you please add the photo to her as well, since her stone is in the picture next to his?
|Diane Simmons||John Franklin Wilson|
Thank you for taking photos! This is a family cemetery on my husband's side. How hard was it to access and where did you park. I have been wanting to go but didn't know if it would be a good idea to go by myself. Any suggestions?
|Kathy Lutzke||Helen Raver|
I really appreciate the photo of her final resting place. Thanks so much.
|Carter||Winston H Carrington|
Many thanks for the picture!
Added by Carter on Nov 13, 2013 1:49 PM
|CARLTON||RE: Richard Cox|
I have a letter from my fathers great aunt in abt. 1962 in which she states that she had
seen a familly bible. In the letter she said that Richard was from Rowand Co. N.C.no mention of whom his wife was. The 1850 census shows him living with my G.G.Grandfather Willam Davis and his daughter Margert (Cox) Davis. Richard Cox applied for a penson as a Revolutionary War vet. I have had some reasons to suspect that Richard father was Thomas Cox b.28jan1738 d. 16june1812.
but nonthing for sure.If you have access to Rev
war records see if you can tie them togather.
I hope this is helpfull
Added by CARLTON on Oct 14, 2013 7:23 PM
|mortul vivos docent||Photos|
Your photos are just fabulous.
|Randy Jackson||Nellie Cox|
Thank you for the picture of her tombstone
|Judy K. Brantley/Wilson||James Cicero Porter|
The memorial has been corrected - thanks for letting me know.
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