|Michele Maki (#47902167)|
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I started working on my family genealogy in 1999 after the death of my father when I found some old documents and photos among his papers. I traveled to many cemeteries in many states to take photos of relatives' graves. |
I recently got links to Find A Grave through ancestry.com while searching for more information about relatives, and I was able to supply a photo I had taken a few years ago of my father's cousin's grave. I know how much such photos mean to me, so I thought I would help take photos locally for others not able to get to this area to take them.
Please feel free to use the photos I have taken of your relatives' graves for your own family trees.
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Thank you for taking the time to provide pictures for my great Aunt Inez and great Uncle Eugene Moseley. It is much appreciated.
Added by AHantz on Mar 08, 2013 7:32 AM
|Jeannette Carlin Mahony||McDevitt|
Thank you for braving the elements to take these photos. Much appreciated.
Thanks for trying, and no hurries at all.
|llanggin||Raymond V. Hancock|
Thanks so much for the picture! You are awesome to get out in the snow to take the pic! It's much appreciated!
Added by llanggin on Mar 07, 2013 12:01 PM
Michele, Thanks for the photo. I really appreciate it.
Thanks for the Allen pics. They look great!
|D. & J. Altman||RE: Roy F. Smeya, Sr|
Yes you may use a copy of the pic for your genology, giving it the proper respect that it deserves. Thank you for asking.
|HelenD||Anna Schoenhut Mills and Lambert Mills|
Thank you so much for your prompt response to my photo request. It's much appreciated.
Added by HelenD on Feb 12, 2013 10:49 AM
|~✿~ Me2u ~✿~||Muriel Strate photo request|
Many thanks for fulfilling my photo request, I appreciate it. Have a great weekend.
|Judith Linenfelser||William Elliott|
Thank you ever so very much for taking a picture of William Elliott's tombstone at Rock Island National Cemetery! He was my husband Charles' 3rd great-grandfather. He volunteered on 17 May 1864 at Gillespie, IL for 100 days service, age 41; entered service 31 May 1864 at Camp Burkes, and served on Guard Duty for the Union Army with the 133rd IL Rgt, Co G at the Rock Island Arsenal POW Camp. He died less than a month later on 28 June 1864 at the Rock Island Base Hospital. How sad!
Again, thank you so much for answering my request for a photo!
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