|P. V. Hays (#46588659)|
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Having a great love for genealogy, visiting cemeteries is a way to "get to know" some of my ancestors, cousins, aunts and uncles especially when there is no other photo available.|
Please make ALL requests via the edit field as I don't make changes via email or my contributor's page to ensure accuracy.
If you see a photo that I have posted that is unclear due to resizing or want the full photo, please email me and I may be able to provide the unreduced photograph.
If you send me a rude request, I will delete it and will not read it at all.
TRANSFERS: I will transfer memorials within the Find A Grave four-generation rule. I will be happy to add additional information or links. I will not transfer my own relatives except in very rare instances. In many cases, I will make transfers when I have not added a tombstone photograph and am not related.
PICTURES: I take pictures for people to enjoy and use as documentation in their research. Therefore, you may use them for your personal needs. However, if you republish them, add the following: courtesy of Patti, Find A Grave contributor 46588659. Under NO circumstances are the pictures to be used in a "for sale" publication (or website) without my express written permission for each item.
OBITUARIES: I will need a source to add an obituary.
I have quite a few obituaries of which some are listed on my website and am willing to share. Please, however, follow the directions on my website on how to request.
MY WEBSITE: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~pattisgenealogypages/
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Thank you so much for finding and photographing the Craft family gravestones. Your time and effort is appreciated! And, again, thank you for transferring their memorials to me.
Many thanks for posting the pic of the memorial for the Parker babies - much appreciated!
Added by Adrienne on Feb 26, 2017 2:11 AM
|Meg Coughran Collins||John B Standlee|
Many thanks for the photo of his tombstone. I appreciate your kindness.
|A.W. Bauer||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for adding a photo of Susie (Mooney) Congrove's tombstone. Susie was a distant cousin of mine. Her uncle, Edwin Mooney, was my ggg grandfather. Very interesting to see this.
|Laura Tully||Mary Lou Limbaugh|
Thank you for taking the marker photo. There's a name correction pending so I guess that was done by you. Thank you for that. Now you know why I wanted the photo, to verify her name was Mary Lou. Thank you so much.
|Major Jim Geiser||Fisk|
Thank you for your prompt response for the photo. You have been a great help, Jim
|Suzanne Brown||Dorothy Derryberry # 40690869|
Thank you very much for the transfer. I'm working on a bio for her and have the preliminary info entered. I'll add to it as I research and talk to other family members.
Best wishes, Suzanne
|dll||RE: Vance/VanderMaiden family|
You're very welcome. I'm glad I could help.
Added by dll on Feb 23, 2017 10:20 PM
Hello, just wanted to mention Lu Sorrels is listed as both daughter and wife. She was actually not a daughter, but his first wife. The memorial for her husband (listed as her father) has a quote in it that would clear this up. Thanks for listening, take care. Cheryl
|Oma||Alph King / Alfred M King|
You were wondering about a small headstone to the left of Alfred M King's headstone. Alfred M and his wife Sarah had a son born and died in 1862. His name was Alford. I suspect that the small headstone belongs to Alford.
Barbara Gillham McCarthy
Added by Oma on Feb 21, 2017 1:17 AM
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