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MY NAME IS STEVEN PAUL WILSON. I LOVE HISTORY AND FAMILY ANCESTRY . So that I can help others, I do indexing for Family Search at l.d.s.org. Now that I found findagrave.com I see a big need here to. I am working on Greenlawn in Coalton Ohio now. When I started it listed 70 graves two requests there are aprox. 800 there so it will make it nice to get it done.All Photos are free to use and my hope I may be able to add bios and obits latter to aid you further|
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|Jan Summers||Poe Family in Greenlawn Memorial Gardens|
Thank you for making the updates to their memorials. Best regards, Jan
|<3 from Michigan||Harrison Nichols at Glen Roy Cem.|
Thanks so much for taking the time to locate & photograph Harrison's stone. Your kindness is very much appreciated!
Thank you. Not sure which photo's I took for your relatives, but you are welcome. I like giving back because so many other volunteers have taken photo's for me out of state and it really helps to see the place where your loved ones are, it helps to know them a little?
Added by SC22 on Jun 10, 2013 5:28 PM
|Bernice||RE: Baisden Cemetery|
You didn't tell me whose memorial you were making reference to. I hope you are talking about the memorial for Alice Baisden because I have moved it to the Glenroy Cemetery, Baisden Family Section.
Thanks for your help
Added by Bernice on Jun 07, 2013 1:35 PM
|Carol Lallow||Ruhama & William Sell|
Thank you so much for the photo of their marker. Rarely do I get a chance to visit Jackson, so you provide a much appreciated service in your volunteer efforts.
Thanks for the pic.
|Donna Bellanger Gleason||Mary Dixon Click|
Thank you for sharing Mary's headstone.
|Karyn Buckner Garvin||RE: Cramblit|
hi, no the husband was not there so your entry was the first.
try searching with the first few letters of the last name to find entries in a small cemetery like this, or all that begin with the first letter of the surname.
Thanks so much,
|Liberty Keepers||resizing pictures|
I saw where you left a message for Jim saying you got a message stating your photos were too large. I think I can tell you one way to fix this using a Microsoft Office product that usually comes with computers.
Open your photo(s) with Microsoft Picture Manager. On the "tool bar", click the "edit photo" tab. On the right you have edit options and you need to click "resize" that is next to last. The right side will change again. When it does, just click the button for "custom width x height". It will automatically fill in 1024x768 pixels. Hit OK and save the photo and almost all of them will be resized to fit!
|Dan Oh||RE: Hoopes|
Added by Dan Oh on Apr 16, 2013 12:32 PM
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