|Sharon Kadlick (#10032038)|
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|Whenever possible, I will always try to clean up a grave or headstone before taking a picture. I can fulfill photo requests for Coweta County, Palmetto in both Coweta and Fulton Counties, and parts of Fayette County: Tyrone, Peachtree City, parts of Fayetteville, and parts of Fairburn. If you want me to transfer a family member's memorial that I have made, just let me know and I will be more than happy to do so!|
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|Linda Shepard Salzer||Cashman|
There is also a gravestone and memorial for a Julia Cashman in North Cambridge Catholic. Don't know if she's related or not.
|Linda Shepard Salzer||North Cambridge Catholic, John Martin|
Iím not able to make out any more of the inscription than you have though I think the surname you have as Casuman may be Cashman. I think due to weathering of the gravestone some of it may no longer be readable. I used to live near the cemetery but have moved across town. Next time Iím in the area Iíll try to remember to see if I can decipher more of it and/or get abetter photo of the words in question.
|Maureen Reilly||RE: Cutress headstone photo request|
You are very welcome Sharon. Yes I am the same way, I like to take pictures of the front and back...the only time would be if here was nothing inscribed on the back and then I would send a message letting them know that.
I was worried they wouldn't come out because the sun was shining in the direction I needed to take the picture. Glad he sun didn't cause an issue.
|A. Liles Hok||Find A Grave Memorial# 49972795|
On the edit I just sent for this memorial, I typed the mother's name twice. Where it says:
"the son of Miles Jones and Martha Martha(s) of Virginia"
I meant to type Martha Major(s). Sorry about that!
|Anne ||RE: Scott Family|
I would love the rest of the family! I really appreciate it!
I know what you mean about estimating time to photograph a cemetery!!!
In my travels I have completed a lot of "little" ones and two extremely large ones and then several large. I think my largest ones were Mt Pleasant Cemetery in St Johnsbury, and Lyndon Center, 5- 7 thousand names. Those each took a week. It was fun though! Biggest complaints are digging out flush stones, and glossy stones!
Thanks again, for your work and the transfers.
Added by Anne on Apr 07, 2016 6:13 AM
|Bruce hammond||RE: Thanks for the Picture|
His wife has not passed yet. I am not sure where in the Newport area he was buried.
|Bruce hammond||Thanks for the Picture|
Thank you for taking the picture of my aunt's grave. I was unable to make the funeral and appreciate it very much.
|Kimberly ||Raymond Farrar|
On behalf of Farrar family members, thank you for posting the photo. Kimberly
Added by Kimberly on Jul 30, 2015 6:55 AM
|SJP||Calista Daggett Adams|
Thanks so much for the photo of this tombstone; very cool photos!
Your work in find a grave is appreciated!
Added by SJP on Jul 29, 2015 9:31 PM
|Mrs. Bee||RE: Cemeteries you have photographed|
Actually, it wasn't extra work. I had submitted some requests for changes. When I got an email telling me they had been changed, I "found" the tombstones. It actually IS REALLY funny. As the old saying goes, "If it had been a snake, it would have bitten me."
Added by Mrs. Bee on Jun 14, 2015 7:15 PM
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