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My husband and I relocated to sc because we were blessed to become new grandparents. I m originally from md and my husband is from wv. We spent last 6 yrs in westerner pa with his job. Now retired and enjoying the south watching our granddaughter growing up way too soon. I'm a proud mom of 3 incredible young men. My daughter passed away after birth and there's a sense of comfort standing at her grave or those before us so found this sight after searching ancestors and was pleasantly surprised when I requested a photo and also got location marker.thanks to very nice people. I m now inspired to give back the same courtesy and peace for other.Thanks to this wonderful sight and people who care to give their time so unselfishly and those who care enough to search and place their beloved so others can also get peace or answers.|
ANY PHOTOS I HAVE TAKEN..BY ALL MEANS OK TO USE WITHOUT ASKING! FEEL WE RE HERE TO HELP CONNECT THE DOTS AND ITS MY PLEASURE TO GIVE PEACE OR COMFORT IN YOUR LOVE ONES RESTING PLACE.
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|cynthia mullens||RE: thanks for your time & photos|
I'm so glad I could help.
Thanks for your note.
|cynthia mullens||Carl Turek|
I was visiting the Davis Cemetery in Tucker Co, WV today and filled some photo requests. I found a headstone for Carl Turek, but the headstone I found was for a gentleman born in 1920 instead of died in 1920, as the memorial on Find A Grave states. I'm going to post the photo, making an assumption that there was a typo between birth and death date entries, since that's the only Carl Turek memorial I see. If I made a mistake, please let me know, and I'll certainly remove that photo.
|Dan Phelan||Vivian Turek|
Hi again Cynthia, please email me at email@example.com
I have an obit for your Mom if you want it, and other info.
|Dan Phelan||RE: photos of my mom' grave..Vivian Turek|
Hi Cynthia, I was glad to help, and you are very welcome. Your having the plot location posted made it easy, as I was there on a Sunday and I didn't have to go to the cemetery office for a location. I've had people take monument pics for me at locations far away, and I understand your appreciation, because I've been on the receiving end also. When I try to fulfill a photo request, and if I can't find the marker at the known location, I try to get the cemetery to see if they have a record of there being a marker or not. If there is no marker found, I take a pic of the area where the marker would have been, and I post that with an explanation that no marker was found, but this is what the location looks like (standard practice in Findagrave). There is a lot of Karma built into this system. I can't tell you how many times I had one of my photo requests fulfilled very shortly after I took a volunteer photo. I also always take a pic of the marker, and of the wider view showing where it is in relation to landmarks.
|Jim Henwood||RE: photo of my uncle s grave|
Your very welcome & thank you :)
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