|Kathryn Harris-Badua (#47056510)|
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I have really enjoyed my 3 years as a volunteer photographer for Find A Grave.
I enjoy extending a hand so that family's and friends can connect with their loved ones in San Diego.
For 16 years I have been doing this through my business Rest Assured Gravesite Keepers. I look forward to many more years as a volunteer with Find A Grave.
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75 Volunteer Photos Taken
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|Pennsylvania Lady||Jack D Bostick|
Great job. Nice work. Thanks for all you did.
|Linda Kincaid White||George Allen May Photo|
Kathryn-what a lovely Christmas surprise! Thank you very much!
Linda Kincaid White
|Ann Koch||Donald Sonderman|
Hi! Kathryn, thanks SO much for the photo of Donald Sonderman's headstone. Ann Koch
Added by Ann Koch on Dec 25, 2010 5:05 PM
|Dave Bell||RE: George Atkinson|
Thanks Again Kathryn!
|Pennsylvania Lady||Joseph Frankowski, Jr|
Great job. Nice work. I have added his wife if you'd like to add the tombstone photo.
|Pennsylvania Lady||Gustav A Johnson|
Great photo. Nice job. Thanks for all you do for Find A Grave and for me.
|Dave Bell||George Atkinson|
Thank You Very Much for getting this photo for me!
May I use your photo for genealogical purposes and on Ancestry.com? I will give you the credit for the photo.
|Patrick||Henry J. McElderry (55406180)|
Thank you! This is my first F.a.G. photo request and your shot is perfect (looked like a nice day in San Diego). I am adopted and I am fairly sure this is my birth mother's father (my maternal Grandfather).
Added by Patrick on Aug 14, 2010 4:02 PM
I just wanted to thank you for taking the photo of Hazel Wier's resting place.
|kathleen nagle||Appreciated your website|
Hello Kathryn, Nice to see the person behind Rest Assured. Your website is great. I actually just discovered findgrave.com this past week. What a great website. I discovered a photo of a gentleman, Mr. Henry Lewis, sighted on his stone, Born A Slave, 1911, whose sight I have been caring for this past year here in Acton. I was touched to see it there. I live outside of Boston and I am in the beginning stages of creating my own business here in Acton, MA. I did several gravesite's last summer along with recordings of oral histories of that person who had died. In losing my husband, I discovered that in addressing grief, in telling one's story, it helps so in the journey of healing. You live in a beautiful part of the country. My brother and his family live in San Diego and it is such a gift. Enjoy. Sincerely, Kathleen Nagle
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