|Darlene Lamb (#47920008)|
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I live in a small town just NE of Dallas Texas. I am married with four grown children, three daughters and one son. I also have been blessed with eight grandchildren. I am working on my family genealogy and in the process I came across Find A Grave. |
When searching for my great-grandmother's grave, I found a photo along with some information on the Find A Grave website. Then I noticed that my niece was the contact person and she stated, on her bio, that she lived next to the cemetery. She also said that she didn't have any relatives there but would be happy to volunteer her assistance if anyone needed her help. Immediately I wrote her and we became aware, after researching the graves, that most of the people in that small cemetery were related to us. It was actually an old family cemetery!
I will be happy to help your family if you need assistance in having pictures added or information verified on one of your family members.
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|Robert F. Rubel||Lawrence Rubel|
Thank you for the photos of Lawrence Rubel's headstone. You are very much appreciated.
Robert F. Rubel
|Sharon Christensen||RE: Photo|
You are very welcome for the picture I am very happy that I could get it for you.
|Dave||RE: Oak Hill Cemetery|
Seems Find-A-Grave defaults to a search box after the numbers get past about 2,000. As an example, I can no longer click on my 'photos' on my homepage that are in excess of 2,000.
Hope this helps and it would probably take hours anyways to scroll through thousands of names for a particular cemetery. I think that F-A-G does this to help their internet servers from being over-loaded, and if people are looking for a particular name, just enter it in the name search field.
Added by Dave on Sep 12, 2012 7:58 AM
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