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JoAnn Nowell Corbett (#47818277)
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Cori H
Eva Mae Satour
Unless you're a family member and are trying to reserve the 5 free photo spaces on Eva Satour's memorial, would you kindly remove the duplicate grave marker photos?
Thanks, Cori
Added by Cori H on Dec 26, 2016 1:05 PM
Charles Gregory McMillan
If you want to talk privately please use my email address on my page and I would be glad to address any questions and help you with Finda A Grave...
Added by Charles Gregory McMillan on Nov 19, 2012 3:20 PM
Stanley Gatch
JoAnn, I'm the one who reported the problem on Stanley Gatch at Evergreen. Just to let you know I stop by there almost weekly just to follow up to see if they've located him. I also let the family know of the progress from time to time. Just to let you know that's it's still being tracked.

Bob C.
Added by Bob on Nov 11, 2012 4:15 PM
Charles Gregory McMillan
RE: Photos of grave site
You are most welcome and the Campbell memorials look Great!
Added by Charles Gregory McMillan on Nov 07, 2012 11:25 AM
Charles Gregory McMillan
Photos of grave site
Hi, you told me you were new to taking photos for Finda A Grave, so any advice I would give you is meant in a positive way and hope you take it that way. 5 photos are allowed on a memorial unless the memorial is sponsored.. $5.00... so if you take 3 photos of the same stone you have taken 1 too many... ha... take one that shows the surrounding area and then a close one that shows the name and dates clearly. If you happen to want to take a photo of a super old grave marker... if you use tin foil and a brush.. you put the foil on the face of the marker and then use the brush to make the letters and dates appear.. way cool... then take a picture with and without the foil.. Don't use anything to clean the markers except WATER and a soft brush.. paper towels.. hope this helps..

Please remove one picture from Wayne and Betty Campbell.. and if you have any questions feel free to contact me... Glad you are a photo volunteer... the more the merrier.
Added by Charles Gregory McMillan on Nov 07, 2012 10:38 AM
Charles Gregory McMillan
Betty Mae Campbell
Nice Photo, but you only need one of them. Thanks again for taking the picture.
Added by Charles Gregory McMillan on Nov 06, 2012 9:39 PM
Mona Anderson
Velma Traister
Thank you for both the "whole" marker and the "close up". I don't like those markers but unfortunately many cemeteries are going to them for ease of mowing. Oh, my husband also has CORBETTS in his line. Might you be related???
Added by Mona Anderson on Oct 14, 2012 7:32 AM

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