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Retired professional photographer living in Southern California. Check out my instagram page at pixturmn_sajphotography_socal.

If you send an edit, and it gets declined, it's because there was no documentation. There is one contributor (if that's what you can call it) that has a tantrum when his edits are not approved, will continue to submit the same edit more than 10 times over. That is rude, disrespectful, and childish. I am a volunteer just like everyone else. Get a grip on your life.

Special thanks to James and Muriel Adam, Edinburgh, for their help and assistance. Also, thanks to Harold Ralston who entered James Adam's inscription lists from the photographs he took into Find a Grave and his own website Ralston Genealogy. All the information there as far as the burial lists go, originated from the Adam's photographic documentation.

When requesting an edit , documentation is REQUIRED as well as the SOURCE.

Only the ENTIRE INSCRIPTION as it APPEARS ON THE STONE, otherwise it will be declined. If it says "died 1863" on the stone d: 1863 is not acceptable…no abbreviations

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