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|Jerry Swain (#47433934)|
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My wife and I were born in and attended schools in Tift County, GA. We moved to Manatee County, FL. in 1960 and lived there for 43 years. After retiring, we moved back to Tift County in 2003. |
Fulfilling photo requests is our hobby so you have my permission to copy the pictures that I have taken.
I will gladly transfer a memorial if it's not one of my relatives.
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|Brian London||Leverett London headstone|
Thanks Jerry for taking the picture of the full headstone of Leverett London. Can see that Audrey Bain is buried next to him. She is his daughter from his second marriage.
|Carol Hudson||RE: Thank you|
Hi Jerry - I like your dog. I think Border Collies make great pets. I haven't had one but have known folks who did. I did have two Collies many years ago - Donnie and Bonnie (not related).
I now have Westies - much smaller and even though they are white and have longish hair, they don't shed. But, they can develop diabetes, which my little one has. Which led to cataracts. Wouldn't take a million dollars for her, though. However, she has almost died on us twice due to pancreatitis - also goes with the diabetes. Those of us who have pets are better for them, no matter what they cost!
|Carol Hudson||Thank you|
Jerry - I have used so many of your photographs in my family tree that I just had to thank you again. And, I don't know how you knew my step father and mother fished but the "flower" you left on his memorial was just perfect. They were bass fishermen and used only artificial lures, many of which he made himself. My mother held the record for the biggest fish they ever caught - a 7 pound plus large mouth bass, caught at Spring Hill, Tennessee - their favorite 'fishin hole'.
|Carol Hudson||My Step-Dad|
Thank you for leaving flowers on my step father's memorial. He was so dear to me.
|Carol Hudson||RE: Rebecca Webb Rigdon|
Hi Jerry - I'm not a collector, just a user. I manage the few memorials I want to and have given shelter to those that were transferred to me even though I didn't ask. But, I appreciate your generous offer and again, I am truly grateful for the hard work you do and for sharing that work with the Find a Grave community.
Have a great day,
|Carol Hudson||Rebecca Webb Rigdon|
Hi Jerry - Thank you so very much for your hard work and generosity in allowing me to use your photos in my family tree. I appreciate. I use the headstone and cemetery photos in my relative's 'Death' and 'Burial' sections of their profile page in my family tree. The photos add so much and without folks like you, I wouldn't have them.
|Karyl Bissell Jorgenson||Genevieve Bissell|
Thanks for the speedy service Jerry!!
|Karen W.Taylor||RE: Edith Miller|
So Sorry to hear that Jerry. I hope that you find the grave that you are looking for soon.
|Karen W.Taylor||RE: Edith Miller|
It was no problem and your so welcome. There are a lot of unmarked graves down there and some under a overgrowth of cedar trees. Hopefully someone knows the location of the grave so we can take the photo for you. Let me know if I can help in anyway.
|Melodious One||Novarrah Willis Gibbs|
Thank you for taking the time to photograph this headstone. Very appreciated!
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