|MT EJ (#48112427)|
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|While working on completing my deceased Mother's genealogy project, I came across findagrave. Finding the photos sometimes as helpful as the memorial itself, I decided to become a volunteer photographer for the site.|
I have no interest in racking up "stats" so transferring memorials (other than my own immediate family) to memorial family members will he honored.
Other transfer requests will be considered.
All transfers that are made will be with the understanding that the memorial will be maintained and kept up-to-date.
If I have made an error on a memorial or have duplicated a memorial please let me know and I will correct the error or remove the duplication. EJ
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|Grave Maven||Carl Dahlstrom|
Thank you so much for fulfilling my request. Wonderful photo,
Thank you for taking the time to photograph and post grave.
Added by Eve on Mar 24, 2017 8:30 PM
|donchicago48||W.H. Batty Headstone Photo|
I would like to use the headstone photo of W.H. Batty that you took at Custer National Cemetery and published in Find A Grave Memorial # 60076171. The man identified as William H. Batty, of Co. C, 5th Regiment of Infantry, who was killed in action on January 3, 1877 while on a column rear patrol along the Tongue River in Montana was actually William H. Battin, my great grand uncle.
I will always give attribution to you and only use the photo for personal, genealogical purposes.
|Steven Smith||Leroy Sankey|
Thank you for taking the time to fulfill my request for a photo of Leroy Sankey's grave marker in Custer National Cemetery.
I appreciate your help very much!
|Diane Winters||RE: Cramer / Kramer|
Thank you for showing me the memorial and photo for John with the surname spelled with a 'K'.
I just rechecked all the sources I cited on this memorial and find the surname spelled with a 'C'. In my research for the memorials I've entered for Custer Battlefield National Cemetery, I have found several names are misspelled. The cemetery will not replace those markers that are incorrect no matter how much support documentation I've provided. So, with that said, for now I'm going to keep my memorial in tact but reference the one with the marker photo showing the incorrect spelling. In the mean time, I'll see what the other contributor has to offer.
|T. Greene||RE: Torske of Fairview Cemetery, mt|
Thanks for all the Torske family headstone photos, I count 25, WOW!
I believe they are all related, i need to research more in Ancestry.com to flush out the tree.
Yes, David Bruce Torske #167465746 and Terry Neal Torske #167465737 belong to the immediate Torske family i was seeking. They both died as infants/toddlers.
Again, thanks so much.
|T. Greene||Thanks for Photos|
Thanks so much for the photos of the Torske family grave markers. With the recent death of Darrel Torske the only surviving member is Kaye Torske Nielsen who married a Norwegian and lives in Norway. She will be pleased to see the memorials complete. Now we need to provide a bio for each.
Hardin is a small town, did you know any of the family??
|Diane Winters||RE: Cramer / Kramer|
I'm away from home this week but will check out my hard files when I return and figure this out. I do see the Jno. Kramer with the same military info buried in A676 - but I have to look at my records at home.
Thanks for your patience and, above all, the tremendous amount of time and effort you put towards getting this cemetery photographed.
|Diane Winters||Maker Photos at Custer Battlefield Nat'l Cem|
Thank you so much for all the wonderful marker photos you've added for the memorials at Custer Battlefield National cemetery. I truly appreciate your work and effort that you put forth.
|Econ Prof||Willis Hackett|
Thank you so much for the picture of the tombstone, Willis was my wife's uncle, and brother of her father, Clarence Hackett.
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