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jamie (#46840616)
 member for 11 years, 1 month, 18 days
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Bio Photo I photograph the beautiful carving detail and statuary in cemetaries for personal interest & preservation. The more time I spend in cemetaries, the more interesting history, stories and stones I find. I am especially interested in taking photos for future generations and people who may be miles away - I think that adds a meaningful purpose to my outings :)
At the forums encouragement, I'm adding many of the photos I've taken if they have names on them - If I can add one link in someone's genealogical chain, I'll be happy!
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 • 123 Memorials Added
 • 153 Memorials Managed
 • 236 Photos
 • 3 Photo Requests
 • 77 Volunteer Photos Taken
 • 44 Virtual Flowers
 • 5 Virtual Cemeteries
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Sue Butterfield Picard
RE: James Baker
I will be glad to transfer. Please go to his memorial and request transfer through edit button so I have your number & the correct memorial. Thanks.
Added by Sue Butterfield Picard on Jan 13, 2016 8:54 PM
Max E. Rockafellow
Additional Information on Potter's Field
Hi Jamie,Thought you may to see write-up on Potter's Field. Max

This person is buried in the Potter’s Field area of the Eagle River Cemetery. Potter's Field, paupers' grave or common grave, is a term for a place for the burial of unknown or indigent people. The US expression Potter's Field derives from the Bible, referring to a field used for the extraction of potter's clay; such land, useless for agriculture, could be used as a burial site. In the Eagle River Cemetery Potter’s Field graves are full graves marked with a burial lot number etched on a cement marker, 4” in diameter, buried flush with the ground. Many markers, over time, were covered with soil and overgrown grass. As of August 2015, all Potter’s Field markers have been located, uncovered and painted red by Max E. Rockafellow, member, Eagle River Genealogical Society. The Cemetery Sexton encourages relatives to arrange for placement of a monument or marker. The GPS coordinates, 45.91658 – 89.23495 are for the center of the field.
Added by Max E. Rockafellow on Jan 13, 2016 8:30 AM
Max E. Rockafellow
RE: Pic of Martin Madson Headstone
Hi Jamie, You are most welcome. Max
Added by Max E. Rockafellow on Jan 13, 2016 8:13 AM
Charles Maynard Otto
Hi Jamie,

It appears that you have made a duplicat of my record for Charles. Please delete your duplicate.


Added by Kurt on Dec 21, 2015 2:15 AM
Bill Hart
Rolland Otto
We winter in Sun City West, AZ and this cemetery is only about three miles away. I have lots of spare time to take pix.
Bill Hart
Added by Bill Hart on Mar 03, 2015 6:50 PM
Christoph Reimemann
Thank you for the transfer
Added by TD on Jul 02, 2014 7:06 PM
Kurt Florczak
Just wanted to say thanks again for the pictures of Herman and Minnie at Evergreen.
Kurt Florczak
Added by Kurt Florczak on Apr 16, 2011 11:37 AM
anderson pictures
jamie, thanks so much for taking the pictures for me.
Added by GMACC1 on Apr 14, 2011 5:31 PM
Honoring our ancestors
Jan Rykala
Thank you for the photos!
Added by Honoring our ancestors on Oct 30, 2010 2:38 PM
Cindi Fernandez
Thank You
Thanks so much for the pictures of the Thornton family graves. We appreciate your time and thoughtfulness.
Added by Cindi Fernandez on Oct 11, 2010 7:24 AM
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