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I am researching my own family as well as documenting cemeteries. I feel it is important to photograph stones before they are forever lost to time. I would be happy to transfer any memorials and welcome all changes/additions/corrections because getting it right is a good thing!|
Please do not take offense if I add a different photo to a memorial page. Maybe the photo I took gives a different perspective due to time of year, lighting, etc. Of course, I welcome any additional photos and/or editions to memorials I have created.
Photo Use: If I took the gravestone photo, please feel free to use it. Please do not use personal photos without my permission.
Heal the past,
Live the present,
Dream the future.
"Walking. I am listening to a deeper way. Suddenly all my ancestors are behind me. Be still, they say. Watch and listen. You are the result of the love of thousands."
¯ Linda Hogan
P.S. I just want to give a special thank you to all the people who volunteer to take photo requests. Many times it is impossible to see a grave in person and your photo is the next best thing. Many thanks for your time.
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|Jan Summers||Catherine and Jane Swink|
Thank you for updating their memorials. Best regards, Jan.
|Kathleen Manuel||James White b. 1805|
Thanks so much for creating the memorial page for James White b. 1805. He is my great great grandfather. I descend from him through Samuel Henderson White, William Ashton White, and Elizabeth McNutt White, my mother. Please see pictures of all three that I have posted if you wish.
Which of James' siblings do you descend from? I know that their parents were Samuel White and Mary Henderson, but do you know who Samuel White was the son of? A lot of people on the internet seem to think it's Major John White, but Samuel Henderson White's obit says his great grandfather was James White, who Crumrine says is a brother of Major John White.
If you'd like to transfer James White b. 1805 to me, I'd be happy to take him over.
|Darleen Miller||Sarah Burns|
Thanks so much for the transfer!
|Seth Hill||RE: Zales and Bessie McGinnis|
Sure, I don't mind at all. It looks like you found the photos I uploaded to ancestry.com (I'm assuming). If not let me know. I have a couple more of him with my dad that I can get to you or upload to ancestry.
|Robert Adlet||Evans at Lower Brandywine|
Thanks so much for taking the time to get the grave photo's. I really appreciate it.
|Dale Ross||O Gordon|
Thank you for the photo. Wilma was my first cousin and "Wayne" was a family favorite. We are currently inactive with Find A Grave due to serious health problems.
|Brian J. Ensley||Dunham's|
Thank you for the great photos!
|Lauren Marie Westgate Hargrave||Thank You|
Thank you so much for the photos of Frank and Holly Dianich's headstone. I really appreciate your help and time. God Bless You, Lauren
|Mary Ann Weshinskey||Find A Grave Memorial# 31941207|
Thanks so much for the birth and death info and the names of Mr. Weaver's birthday. I apologize for taking so long to take care of it. If you are related to Mr. Weaver and wish to have his memorial transferred to you, I would be glad to do so.
|Dan Silva||RE: Woodruff|
I had to request permission to go into the cemetery - they keep it locked.
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