|DogMama08||RE: Deanna Jackman #66311276|
You're correct. There is only one memorial; however, on that memorial, Find a Grave added your PHOTO of Deanna Jackman's grave twice. In the past, Find a Grave sometimes added memorials, photos, and virtual flowers more than once. It doesn't happen that much anymore.
|DogMama08||Deanna Jackman #66311276|
Reference the grave photo you posted on Deanna Jackman's memorial #66311276, Find a Grave added it twice. Would you please delete one of them?
|Wanda & Larry Conrad||RE: Mariam Swaim|
Brenda, I will continue to look for the Swaim's headstones whenever I am photographing in the cemetery. Sometimes I do come across ones that the cemetery office has not recorded.
I hope time was on our side on this one, I took myself out of photo options when I was pushed out by glory hogs. I just happened to check on the photo requests late yesterday. The grave is unmarked but this is the location, 01-21-138-2. The infant rests in the shade of the mighty Oklahoma Oak, it is really a Chinese elm, but it grows wild and free here. It is our biggest shade factor here in Oklahoma.
Added by chief on Jul 23, 2014 8:19 AM
Thank you so much. Sandy
Added by Sandy on Dec 01, 2013 8:20 PM
Susan EVANS,I would like permission to use your photo on my Ancestry page. Thank you , Sandy
Added by Sandy on Nov 30, 2013 9:14 AM
Thanks so much for the photo ! Probable that his wife is also buried there, but not inscribed on the headstone.
|Vi Long||RE: Lottie Swartzfager,|
Ok, thank you. Happy Holidays
Added by Vi Long on Dec 07, 2012 7:40 PM
|Melinda Shibles||John Roten|
Thank you for the photo. I assume there was no headstone? I always think that is sad. Thanks for your efforts.
|Jen||Thank you so much|
Thanks so much for the headstone photo.
Even more so, thank you for your generous contribution of time and effort for the
find a grave community!
"So shines a good deed in a weary, weary world"
(Shakespeare & Willy Wonka)
Added by Jen on Dec 01, 2012 1:18 PM
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