|Stan Morgan (#47196510)|
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I retired in 1998 as a CA Parole Unit Supervisor after 36 years in corrections and started a private investigation business. I happened across Findagrave in about 2008 while doing research and I later decided to volunteer. Taking photos and creating memorials has become quite a hobby, - and a hobby I wish I had more time to devote to.|
Any corrections I suggest are based on cemetery records. The various local cemetery managers continue to be very helpful. Any of my photos can be used for personal, non-commercial use without further permission. Please contact me directly with any special requests or concerns. I get assignments done as quickly as weather, cemetery watering schedules and demands of the job allow.
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|Becki||Michael Rawn photo|
Thanks for the photo of the location of Michael's grave. I appreciate your time and effort.
Added by Becki on May 17, 2016 8:06 AM
|Carmen Benner Chilson||Peterson's|
Thank you very much for the photo's of Harry L and William D Peterson. I will add these to my family tree. God bless! Carmen
|James Price||Headstone Photo|
Thank you so very much for the wonderful photo. This was my Wife's first Grandchild & she is very grateful for the picture.
|Ralph Gowen||bennett headstone|
thank you for taking the time to find and photograph their headstone!
|sophie bourbilleres-showalter||dianna marie kain|
thank you very much for the photo of the gravestone for dianna marie kain
very much appreciate
Thank you so much for taking the time to get the pictures for me.
Trying to put things together...thanks again!
|Kim & Dana Grissom||Thanks|
Thank you for the lovely photo of Inez Almedia "Media" Gaddis Case headstone.
Thank you very much for the transfer! I really appreciate it a lot!
|Bob Pyle||Bender Higgins|
Thank you for the photo of Bender's marker.
Added by Bob Pyle on Feb 17, 2016 10:25 PM
|Lisa Clark||Thank you very much for getting me my cousin's tombstone pic|
I am very grateful to you in no small measure in providing me with a photo of my cousin's tombstone. It means the world to me to be able to acknowledge my dad's maternal family who were a very small bunch indeed.
He never really spoke of them (could be due to them being located on the west coast while we happily remained east coast bound) but then I never asked about them either which is one of my biggest regrets.
I didn't start to do family research until after my father's passing which has me living with a regret that I want to make sure no one else in my family will ever have to go through. I've done such extensive research on my family that I started my own business doing what I've done for my crew for others. I love going through archives, church records, libraries, and of course cemeteries. I've been an account for over 26 years and have put my analytical skills to good use.
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