|bj cook (#48307120)|
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William james cook, born 1979 to Alicia and Ronald Cook, Son of William Henry Cook, Son of Perry Harrison Cook.|
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|Brittany (Kokes) Cook||Cook and with row|
Was excited to see the photos for Eva Withrow Cook and others as well as the obituaries. My husband is a decedent of Henry and Eva through their son
Russell then his son Gerald then his son Jack and now my husband Travis. Do you have more photos you would be willing to share? I will gladly share what I have too.
|Linda||Henry & Eva|
Thank- You So Very Much for sharing this beautiful picture. I will treasure it forever :)Did the genelogy on the two of us hi cousin . Happy Memorial Day !
Added by Linda on May 26, 2014 2:10 PM
|Jennifer Sims||Eva May Withrow Cook|
I wanted to let you know that I have requested that FindAGrave remove the duplicate memorial for Eva May Withrow Cook. Management of the more complete memorial was transferred to me by Sandi McCoy early this morning and I moved the photo that you so generously provided to the memorial that will remain (#34804200). Although the photo now states that it was added by me, I have added a caption crediting you with the photo. Sandi did a great job on Eva's memorial and I hope you enjoy the information contained there.
Jennifer J Sims
William T Withrow
|sherjstone||fulfilling memorial photo requests|
I had originally claimed the photo requests for Saida Phillips and Missouri Miner at Ione, but I see that you added photos to those memorials.
Just wanted to let you know that when a photo request email is sent out to all the local photo contributors, we 'claim' them by going to the cemetery page (the second link in the email request) and clicking on the 'photo request' link. Then each photo request can be claimed by a member by clicking on 'claim'. F.A.G. gives us 14 days to complete the request. Then when the photo is added, it is done by clicking on 'fulfill' on the photo request. This then sends an email to the original member who made the request so they know it has been completed, as well as removing the request from the cemetery page.
I have no problem with your photos, and I will notify the original requester that it's been completed so the requests can be cancelled, but the process saves members from duplicating efforts. Fortunately, I checked the request again as I was going to go out tomorrow morning to take the photos, but saw your photos had been added.
Also, it's not necessary to add a cemetery photo to the memorial as one already exists on the cemetery page. You can add your cemetery photo to the cemetery page if you like.