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I got interested in photographing graves while living in Paris, France. The cemeteries there are just amazing - so ornate and elaborate. I learned a lot about European history in the process. Now, I live in Kansas, uncomfortably close to that made-up shoe-wearing bird. ;)|
I grant a blanket license for the use of any and all of my images at Find A Grave using Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported. If you want to download and use them, please do! If someone asks where you got them, just send them to findagrave.com. I no longer have the originals on file, so if you need something higher in resolution, you'll have to search elsewhere.
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|Eman Bonnici||RE: Photos added|
Thank a lot Amy, much appreciated from my end!
|Eman Bonnici||Grave Photos|
Could you please add a copy of the grave photos posted from your end for the memorials of François Perier and Réjane on to memorial # 152196573, Marc Porel, who lies buried inside the same vault?
Thanks a lot and best regards.
Thank you so much for the photo of Minnie Hohf. I appreciate you taking the time out to do it.
Added by Sheri on Nov 09, 2012 2:32 PM
|Rachel Lambert Miller||Thanks for the photos...|
Thank you for the photos of Phillipe Leotards' grave in Paris. I developed a crush on him the first time I watched The Day of the Jackal...weird perhaps, but there it is.
Keep on keeping on :)
for transfer. Good luck with you photo project.
so nice to hear from you. we are extremely interested in graves of the Russian emigrants so if you are happy to transfer, we will be more than happy to accept. Wish we could join you taking picturs in the French cemeteries.
Merci por de banville.
Added by Chexy on Nov 28, 2011 2:35 PM
I found more Buckingham's at the Maple Grove cemetery in New Haven, Ohio. Their names are as follows:
E. Menden Buckingham
Dr. E. V. B. Buckingham
I put them on findagrave, if you want, I will transfer them to you.
|Garver Graver||Charles De Freycinet|
Thanks for the updates. No need to transger. Happy graving.
|Linda Ball||Brookdale Cemetery|
Thank you so much for trying ! I am kind of shocked about Charlie Lee Ball , he was a Vietnam Vet, I wonder why no one contacted VA for a veterans' stone.
Guess I could, he's my father-in-law, but he died before I ever met his son.
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