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My goal is simply to make a photographic record of monuments honoring the lives of our loved ones. If I have posted a photo you find objectionable, let me know what the objection is, and I will remove it. If you have a better shot, let me know and I will cheerfully remove mine. If that's all I have, sometimes I post some pretty bad photos! ;-)|
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|Bob Younger||Memorial #342557|
First I would like to thank you for all of your contributions. I was wondering if you would be so kind to transfer the memorial #342557 of Everett Beard as he was my brother-in-law, that is unless he is a relative of yours.
|AmyK||RE: Donna Brewer|
Yes, this is my mom and I would be happy to manage her memorial. Did you attend Washington Elementary when you had her as a teacher? I went there for kindergarten and then McDonald Elementary for the rest of the time.
I also manage my dad's memorial and was wondering if you could remove a picture. The picture of his grave stone has the wrong birthdate. I contacted Ft. McPherson and they said that they corrected it awhile ago. His name is Raymond H. Brewer and the memorial number is 78353236.
I live in Pennsylvania now and haven't been back to NP in a long time. I might get there sometime this summer and I could take a new picture.
Added by AmyK on May 08, 2017 12:03 PM
|Bryan Anderson||RE: Ernest Brown|
|Bryan Anderson||Ernest Brown|
I have another permission request of you. Just to remind you, I'm he fellow researching his grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division.
I'm asking for permission to use your photograph of the grave of Ernest Brown (Find A Grave Memorial# 420187). I see his gravestone indicates he was was a wagoner from the 4th Inf, 3rd Division, but the National Directory for the 355th Infantry Association shows he was from the 89th Division. Since it's possible he can be from both, I err on the side of including the soldier.
Again, thank you for your consideration.
I thought I saw a duplicate, but I wasn't sure which one was the duplicate. This family is new to me. I'm researching them right now. I am acquiring new Nebraska friends in process. My email is on my page, should you need to contact me in the future. :)
Added by A.A.Hinz on Apr 11, 2017 11:36 AM
|sameelee||RE: Davis Lippincott|
I'm happy to have the photo on his memorial no matter when it was taken.
I didn't think anything about the green grass--it's been so mild here in the midwest for much of the winter that our ice-covered lawn was still green underneath.
Added by sameelee on Mar 28, 2017 4:17 PM
|sameelee||RE: Davis Lippincott|
The photo is awesome and I definitely would like to see it left on Davis' memorial page. Even if he has no marker of his own, I am thankful he is in a nice final resting place with other soldiers who sacrificed their lives during the Civil War.
I was so surprised to find you had taken the photo within a day or so of my request--that is super fast service. Thank you so much.
Added by sameelee on Mar 25, 2017 6:58 PM
|mickyo||RE: Arlis Colerick|
I am not related to Mrs. Colerick. I sent you an obituary through the edit tab.
Thank you for the update.
Added by mickyo on Mar 14, 2017 11:32 AM
|Allie Cooley||fort mcphereson|
Thank you!!!! I've been trying to hunt down a photo of my grandfathers headstone and the information to add to his entry record on family search.
|Karin Lange||RE: Hergenrader|
I haven't been out there since I photographed it, so don't have any idea if they left a marker. I don't think they have any type of directory for that cemetery either.
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