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I have been searching for ancestors for some time now, and really enjoy finding family and learning as much as I can about them. Family is important to me. Even though we are working to find family members that have passed on, it is still meaningful, and gives us the opportunity to connect with others that are within the same family. I think it is very enjoyable for me to help others and to share information that I have found. I know there are many that a searching just for that 'one' picture, or 'one' piece of information and to know that I am able to share what I have found helps someone else makes me happy. |
I have just barely started working with Find A Grave, a brand new member, actually. I have found this to be very satisfying, to know there are others out there, all over the place, that are so kind and willing to go search for our family's graves and take photos as we request them. I appreciate all the work that is going on out there, that I wasn't ever really aware of, and hope that in time, I can do the same for others as well. I am thankful for family I have met through Ancestry and Find A Grave, that are helping me along, learning new and easier ways to find our loved ones. And many thanks to the first 3 volunteers that showed me what Find A Grave is really all about!
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|Jim Davis||The Deals|
Your two photo requests for the Deals has been fulfilled, can you please remove the requests? Thank you! take care, Jim
|D Bond||RE: Many Special Thanks|
Thank you! I have loved every minute and every discovery. Keep up the good work!
Added by D Bond on Jul 28, 2013 10:43 AM
|Irish Indian||RE: Roy Oscar and Helen Deal|
You're welcome. I'm glad I located both and was able to help. Let me know if the transfer goes through ok.
There are no birth dates on any of these plaques that show who is buried in Potter Field. It is a cemetery with very very few headstones if any. It is pretty much where they buried people that were very poor and could not afford to be buried, let alone a headstone. For as small as this cemetery is, there are almost 4,000 persons buried here. If you would like to see more of this cemetery, I would be happy to send you some pics that I have taken.
|Angie Palmer||Dollie Brown #112175535 & Myron #112175542|
HI :) I transferred both of the memorials to you. To connect her son, you will have to contact the contributor for Jack's memorial. I'm not related; just taking pictures of gravestones for others :) Dollie's stone is partially in the ground, maybe if you call the cemetery and talk to them, they would dig it out and set it nice again. Have a great day :)
|John Hansen||RE: Davis Photo|
Thank you for your comments. I'm glad I could help.
|K.B.||RE: Pauline Uecker|
FYI the pumus stone was given to me at first by a cemetery worker... Since then I use it often. It works wonders. Thank you for you kind words... I am happy to assist.
Added by K.B. on Jun 29, 2013 10:45 PM
|K.B.||RE: Pauline Uecker|
It is my pleasure.. Use of a Pumas stone cleans off the marker without scratching.. You have to use lots of water and scrub while wet and it removes hard water and calcium build up.. I take time at every volunteer marker to trim grass, remove dirt and clean the best I can. And it is always nice to photo both spouse markers together. When possible a also add the exact plot location in the comments so anyone can locate them.
Please let me know if I can assist further.
Added by K.B. on Jun 27, 2013 7:10 PM
Request complete. Marker was in bad condition. I cleaned it up and polished with pumas stone. Also cleaned and add husband photo's. Have a great day.
Added by K.B. on Jun 23, 2013 9:24 PM