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John Tomlinson (#47955674)
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 • 1 Memorial Added
 • 1 Memorial Managed
 • 782 Photos
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Naphyr
Swycaffer
Thanks, I have made the correction :)
Added by Naphyr on Nov 07, 2013 12:08 PM
Naphyr
Owen photos
Hi John

Thanks so much for adding the photos for me. I don't suppose you would be interested in adding the photos for my Dearborn and Nuevo memorials that don't have photos? I could give you a list???
Let me know

Thanks!
Added by Naphyr on Sep 10, 2013 10:09 PM
Barbara Campbell
James Cunningham grave.
Hi thank you this is great yes the right fellow. Thanks for the quick response.Barbara
Added by Barbara Campbell on Jun 01, 2013 6:10 PM
Barbara Campbell
Cunningham
Hi I was so happy to get the picture of my dads only sister Katherine Beatrice Luddington-Cunningham. Did you happen to notice if her husband James Robert Cunningham was buried beside her? I was talking to their grand son who tells me they are both buried there?I was just wondering if sometime you happen to be there could you take his if it is there. It is wonderful to see people like you who help take photo's of relatives headstones. It is something we can visit and leave flowers on here at find a grave. I'm going home to Nova Scotia for a week and already have a growing list of photo requests in the Cemetery where my family is buried it makes me feel good to help as they never will get to see it any way. Thanks again, Barbara
Added by Barbara Campbell on May 30, 2013 11:28 PM
Sue
Thank You!
Thank you so much for the very quick response to my request for the headstone picture of James Sears!
Added by Sue on Apr 13, 2013 12:23 PM
Berls
RE: Fossum photos
Sure - send them to kimbur511@cox.net
Added by Berls on Mar 16, 2013 10:32 PM
Linda Claxton
RE: Dearborn
Thank you for the email. I have wanted another way that I could contribute to Find-A-Grave. If you don't mind, I'll work on your list of memorials without photos. I have taken over 3000 photos at Dearborn so I'll bet I can cover cover most of them. If I don't have it, I can go and take the photo. I wasn't sure what you meant by "our memorials". It seems to me that you must have a small group working on this. Correct? I know that the other contributors are really quick on the computer because until today,I have never replied quickly enough to find a request that has not been claimed.

This week, I just finished taking photos of virtually all of Memory Gardens Cemetery in Ramona....about 2900 photos. These could be used to for Find-A-Grave as well.


When it comes to volunteers for Dearborn, there doesn't seem to be a shortage. The requests get claimed faily quickly. There is a small group of us trying to get photos for the memorials entered at Dearborn. It was Gennaphyr that contacted you on Billion Graves. Happy to have you on board here on Find a Grave.

That's a big project for Nuevo Memory Gardens. It looks like there's only about half that entered. Are you working from a data base or markers in the cemetery? Holler if you think you might need some help.
Added by Linda Claxton on Mar 01, 2013 10:46 PM
Linda Claxton
Dearborn
Hi John -

I've been working with another contributor to get photos for the memorials. I understand that she got permission to use your photos from the other site. I've only done a few so there's plenty that are still in need pf a photo. The current volunteer request are for our memorials. You can go yo my page and search the memorials entered and filter by without photos, list by cemetery and see all the ones that I have that still need photos. Thanks for letting us use your photos!

Linda
Added by Linda Claxton on Mar 01, 2013 11:42 AM
 

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