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Brenda (Lusk) Frye (#47174068)
 member for 7 years, 8 months, 22 days
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Genealogy is my passion and I enjoy helping others with their research. It is important to document everything possible to prove what you believe to be true. If you can't find it online or at a nearby Library, then make phone calls, write letters, do whatever it takes to prove your information. If someone can prove you have made a mistake, be gracious and thank them for giving you the correct information, if they have documentation and will share it with you.

Remember, census takers make mistakes just like anyone else.

Sharing photos and information is important to me. Feel free to copy any information, photos or documents I add to FAG. I have no problem with that.

If you see a mistake, please contact me so I can correct it.

Thanks for joining FAG and I hope you have a great experience with it.

Brenda Lusk Frye
Haskell, Texas
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Contributions to
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 • 38 Memorials Added
 • 39 Memorials Managed
 • 34 Photos
 • 8 Photo Requests
 • 22 Virtual Flowers
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Serena Keech
Grandpa Hugh and Granny Eliza Harvey
Good for you! I was so glad when I saw the sites for Grandma and Grandpa Harvey on findagrave. Their graves may be technically lost, since the cemetery removed their grave markers, but they will never be lost listed on here and there for everybody to read. When I was a girl, I often wondered why Grandpa Charlie and Granny Caroline Martin were buried farther up the side of the hill, it turns out Granny Caroline wanted them to be buried there beside her parents. Hugh and Eliza are buried in the row on the south side of grandpa Charlie. My Mama battled with the Trustees for a long time trying to get them to acknowledge those graves were there, but to no avail. She remembered going with Granny Caroline to work on the graves and Granny crying. Vanity and false Pride-- They didn't want homemade native stone markers in their cemetery. Thank you so much!! Serena
Added by Serena Keech on Mar 04, 2015 10:15 PM
RE: Bedford Weaver
Your welcome!
Added by Vickiafw58 on Oct 02, 2011 4:40 PM
RE: Ellis photos
You are very welcome. It was my pleasure taking the photos.

Added by Janice on Sep 15, 2011 2:54 PM
Sollberger - Evergreen, Tucson
As a new member (see bio) perhaps I'm missing something. I received a photo request and subsequently wrote a private email to Brenda in which I said:

"The original email request that I received had this link to the memorial:
That comes up with a "Memorial Not Found" error message."

I also wrote that if she provided a link to the actual memorial I would be happy to photograph the marker for her. Apparently, she decided that a way to fix this was to create a new memorial. This generated a new photo request, which I "claimed" and subsequently, "fulfilled." Perhaps this was an error on her part, but it seems minor to me, when taken in the context of lost loved ones. But as I said, maybe I'm missing something.

My goal is to provide clear, well-composed and exposed, contemporaneous photos that will be useful to the requestor. I thought that was the idea.
Added by Wes on Aug 05, 2011 9:36 AM
Bob & Sue
Sollberger - Evergreen, Tucson
I created a Memorial Page complete with a photo and dates. Because you did not get your way of use of my copyrighted photo for your use on your family pages on Ancestry, you tried to think up another method to get your way. You follow up with a request for a photo from a volunteer on a duplicate Memorial Page you just created.

Did you ever read the Find A Grave rules? Find A Grave asks that we do not create duplicates and use only the photos we take ourselves. We are allowed to add or edit, but we are told not to copy and use elsewhere.

I know you live a distance away, but that is the reason for Find A Grave. We all get to see what the gravesite looks like without spending money to fly, train ride, drive or walk to the cemetery.

Bob & Sue
Added by Bob & Sue on Aug 03, 2011 12:23 PM
Kevin Watson
Try looking under Magnolia Memorial Park Cemetery...the photos you requested are there.

Added by Kevin Watson on Aug 01, 2011 6:10 PM
Kevin Watson
Try looking under Magnolia Memorial Park Cemetery...the photos you requested are there.

Added by Kevin Watson on Aug 01, 2011 6:10 PM
Jim Nelson
RE: Allen Headstones
You are very welcome. Your kind and appreciative reply is reimbursement enough. Jim
Added by Jim Nelson on Nov 19, 2010 7:21 PM
Leaf Collector
RE: Jimmie A Smith/ Earl Allen
You are very much welcome
Added by Leaf Collector on Aug 27, 2010 8:53 PM
L. Krieg
RE: Jeston Fitts photo
You're welcome! I am happy to help when I can!
Added by L. Krieg on Jun 05, 2010 10:47 AM
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