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txtumbler (#47352754)
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If anyone would like to take over management of any of the memorials I have entered, please let me know. I feel these should be managed by a family member whenever possible.

To those who give their time to enter and photograph memorials, thank you! However I would like to discourage people from doing things that might harm the stones. Before you touch a stone, please educate yourself with a reputable conservation source. Water is really the only safe choice, and never use a stiff brush. Seemingly harmless chemicals such as soap, shaving cream, or chalk can still damage the stone. See #30078633. Even mild organic solvents can provide a food source for microbes which will then secrete acids (just like how you get cavities).

There are better ways of getting a good picture. Obliquely reflected sunlight onto a stone in shadow is completely safe and free and gives a great result. See #58783244

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Judy Mayfield
Sarah Corbin & Caledonia Frazier
Hello Eric,
Thanks so much for providing the parent links for Sarah and Caledoina. Much appreciated.

Welcome to Findagrave.

Added by Judy Mayfield on Sep 20, 2010 10:07 PM
Greg Kimberley
Family Connections ....
Eric, please email me to explain how you car connected to the Miller, Venable, and Workman families. Best Regards, Greg.
Added by Greg Kimberley on Sep 20, 2010 7:37 PM
John Henry Howard
Dear Mr. Williams, John Henry Howard was my G-G-G-Greatgrandfather. I am searching for info on him. Perhaps you could help fill in some blanks. Anything you have would be very helpful and appreciated. Thank you, Tina Johnson
Added by Tinkalew on Sep 19, 2010 5:52 PM
Karin Huffman Galindo
RE: Algernon Cook
Flossie Irene (Coggins) Cook is his wife. John Alan is Algernon & Flossie's son.

Thanks again.

Added by Karin Huffman Galindo on Sep 18, 2010 12:42 PM
Jeannie Little
Beach Pictures

Thank you so much for taking the time to take these pictures for me. I can not thank you enough.

Take Care,

Jeannie Little
Added by Jeannie Little on Sep 16, 2010 9:31 PM
Karin Huffman Galindo
Algernon Cook
Thank you!! I really appreciate you doing this for me!!

Added by Karin Huffman Galindo on Sep 16, 2010 4:30 PM
Hopson's - Mulberry Cemetery
Eric, I am more than happy to transfer your g grandparents to you. My great uncle and his family are across the drive from them. I had just stepped out of the door of our rv and happened to take those pictures - the first monuments I saw. Elaine Hearon Shelton
Added by sheltonx2 on Sep 11, 2010 10:40 PM

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