|Frank Rinesmith (#47636001)|
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I am a retired federal government employee. One of my main interests is family genealogy and genealogy in general. I love hard copy documents and especially love family photos. It is a blessing to be able to help other fag members as they seek tombstone photo's and family history. The Lord has blessed me with a wonderful and understanding wife and good health.|
Feel free to use my fag photos for your family trees; however, do not use them for other websites or for other personal use without my permission. Also, please do not post death certificates on memorials that I manage. Thanks.
I will gladly transfer memorials unless they are part of my own family.
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Thank-you for finding and posting Ora Rankin's headstone. I would never have the time and money to pursue finding all the headstones needed for research. Many thanks!
|Vern Paul||George 115536595 & Ollie Kissick 115537964|
Corrections noted. There are more than the usual discrepancies in the records of this family. I have noted some in the updated biographical sketch. I have also created links between the memorials. Thank you very much for your input. Kind regards, Vern Paul
Thank-you so much for finding and posting George and Ollie Kissick headstones. I could never travel all the places I need for family research. Your time and effort is very much appreciated.
Frank, Thanks much for fulfilling my photo request. I appreciate your taking the time. --ddh
Added by ddh on Feb 25, 2017 4:42 PM
Frank, Thanks so much for the transfers.
|Todd Whitesides||RE: Russell's-Paris KY Cemetery|
Thank you, Frank, for your photos and edit requests. Your efforts are certainly making the Paris Cemetery a well documented one and are much appreciated.
|Michael Livingston||Thank you!|
Thanks, Frank, for the wonderful photograph of Charles Marion Day, Jr's grave stone. Great photograph! His family will appreciate your fine work. Mike - Anchorage, Alaska - 14 degrees and about a foot of new snow
|T.D. Lamar||Adair Gravestone pic|
Thanks for tracking down the gravesite and taking/posting the picture.
|Todd Whitesides||RE: DeJarnett's-Paris Cemetery|
Thank you, Frank.
Thank you so much for going to the cemetery to take the photo of the headstone of my relative James Matson.
I greatly appreciate your courtesy and kindness!
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