|They're Not Alone (#48005023)|
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We had never seen this site before when we came upon it by accident while working on geneology for my husbands family line and found my own Grandma on here. I was not able to go see my Grandmas grave and I was unable to be there when she crossed and after I learned how this site worked I was able to request a photo and a volunteer actually went and got one for me and it was on the very next day. That was a miracle for me and I appreciated it so very much. I have tried to repay that favor by doing the same for people who cant come to my area but would love to see their relatives grave sites. Thank you to whoever put my grandma on here. I know some people tend to get upset or feel violated in some way when they discover that someone has put up a photo and memorial for their loved ones on here and I can understand their side of it in a way but sometimes people who have crossed don't have anyone left to remember them or honor them with a memorial to show that they once lived and sometimes some of them don't have anyone who cares to do it and we feel that everyone deserves to be acknowledged and to be honored with a memorial. No one should be forgotten. It also helps relatives later in life that are doing genealogy and looking for relatives who have long passed. It is not done to dishonor anyone or steal anything or hurt others. What we do is out of respect and honor and remembrance only and the hope to help relatives later who are doing genealogy work. We Do Not make any sort of Profit from it, it is Strictly Voluntary. If someone finds a memorial that we have done and do not want it up, please by all means let us know and we will take it down for you. We do not mean any disrespect and do not wish to cause anyone more pain than they have already gone through with their loss. You can also ask the person who made the memorial to turn it over to you if you are a relative and normally that person will have no problem with doing that for relatives. That gives u ownership of your relatives memorial so it is not in the hands of a stranger. We think that is possibly part of the hurtful feeling to some is that it was created by a stranger. I know when I first saw my grandmas memorial I was a tiny bit hurt that someone else had made it but then I realized if they hadn't made it, I would not have known where she was at and then I was even able to see a photo thanks to a volunteer who got it for me. Now I am just grateful. If we were ever asked to turn over a memorial to a relative we would do so in a heartbeat. We made it but it was made for your relative. It is yours and your relatives. You can own it and make whatever changes you need to or want to. Myself, My Husband, My Parents and My Children now work on this together and we have a very large family. We feel that everyone, no matter what they may have done in their physical life, deserves forgiveness and peace once they have crossed over and we still honor them with a memorial of remembrance and acknowledgement that they once lived. So Please do not disrespect anyone who has crossed over by leaving rude comments on our memorials for them. Thank You.|
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|Alan Eugene Koch||RE: Arletta Radmacher|
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|Alan Eugene Koch||RE: Arletta Radmacher|
Thanks for the note. Yes, I would very much like to have a photo of the area where she is supposedly buried. Can you take it in such a manner as to show her husband's marker in the same photo?
Thank for anything you can do,
|Carolyn Lane Lewis||Dusty Dee Daley|
Thank you for sending the picture of Dusty's grave site. I have added it to my family tree. All your extra effort and the picture are very much appreciated. Now, all will know he is in an unmarked grave. Again, my thanks for a job well done.
|Yucaipa Valley Genealogical Society||George and Winifred Ball|
I attempted to find obituaries for George & Winifred but was unsuccessful. We gladly make transfers if you would would like to add info for them. Your sponsorship was very thoughtful.
|For Get Me Not||Niles Alger|
Memorial transfered, please honor his memory. dixie
Thank you so much for posting the photos of their stones. I appreciate all the time and effort that you send helping others.
Added by Sherry on May 12, 2016 6:17 AM
|Carolyn Lane Lewis||RE: Dusty Dee Daly|
Thank you for the follow-up. Don't worry about the delays - I just want a picture to complete his family tree record, and whenever that happens is okay with me. I appreciate your extra effort to complete my request!!
|Sue Tanner||Anderson, Annie|
That's okay. Thank you for trying to find her.
|Carolyn Lane Lewis||Dusty Dee Daly|
Thank you for searching for the headstone of Dusty Dee Daly in the Olney Cemetery. Your time and effort are very much appreciated. I have added a note in our family tree that he is in an unmarked grave so others will not continue looking. Thanks also for the kind offer to send the photo of the burial site. E-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Romper90069||RE: Sasha Merman|
Thanks for sharing all of that. How very sad. Next time I will take flowers. James
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