You may add spouses and parents through the edit tab at any memorial. You do not need transfers to do this. If you are related I will gladly transfer (if they aren't my family).
|Hooked On Family||RE: Hugh Lee|
OK...I just do not want to diminish the efforts of other photogrphers...I know how much time they put in.
|Keefer||Saunders in Maitland|
I came across your photo request for Charles Saunders the other day. I wasn't actually in the cemetery that day to look for anything so I really wasn't as prepared as I could have been. The grass around the ground markers was very thick and hard to move. I did the best I could but I will have to go back to get better shots in the spring. Anyways, I found some other graves that you don't seem to have a memorial in Maitland. Their numbers are 140012626, 140012499, 140012283, and 140012355. The plots are all side by side, 3 in one and 2 in the other. If you want these memorials let me know.
Added by Keefer on Dec 14, 2014 6:44 PM
|E. M.||RE: Lulu Main|
You are very welcome for the photo. I'm glad I could help. -E.M.
Added by E. M. on Oct 28, 2014 6:33 PM
|Anna Christine Hill||RE: Irvin Wolfe|
Irvin was married to my Grandma Frona Coffey Skinner. I thought that I saw a message where you were looking for his spouse, I could be wrong, but there is the info if you were! :)
|Anna Christine Hill||Irvin Wolfe|
Hey! Irvin Wolfe was my grandpa (great). I see you are looking for info on him. I think I can help! Chris Hill :)
|Shari Clayton Handley||RE: Robert & Mary Dunn Ellis|
Hi - Just saw your note here - sorry I didn't get back to you sooner. The photographs came from a very old photo album that my family inherited from my grand-aunt, Audrey Mezick Moore (wife of George H Moore). Aunt Audrey and Uncle George lived near Tyaskin, Wicomico County, Maryland. I believe Uncle George lived in Chester County, Pennsylvania for a time at some point in his life, though his family's roots were deep on Maryland's Eastern Shore. I have been working on tracing the families of those whose photographs are in the album. Ever since I was a little girl, I loved going through that album looking at those long-gone people and wondering about them. I was hoping to find out what our family (or Uncle George's family) connection was to them. I have never found the link! But I have enjoyed learning more about these folks who seem so familiar to me from studying their faces and imagining their lives.
|Rodger Smith||RE: James & Diana Hill|
I added the tombstone photo to the Brittons as well.
|Debra Chard||RE: Orin Main headstone photo|
You're welcome. Happy I could be of help.
|Cindy Baldogo||RE: Maharry headstone photos|
You're very welcome. I believe that the red you're referring to is a fungus that sometimes grows on the stones here in Iowa. I've been told that it's harmless to the stones, but that it's better to leave it be rather than to try to scrape it off.
I've deleted the photos in question, fixed them in photoshop and reloaded them. No need to be concerned, this cemetery is well maintained.
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