|Brian Backes (#47148484)|
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I discovered Find A Grave while searching for the grave of my grandfather's brother. This simple little search sent me on a mission to search for my ancestors and get some of my family history on Find A Grave. Once I got hooked on genealogy, I decided I could help others by adding names to the site so that sent me onto my new "hobby" - photographing graves, and now I am totally addicted. I hope my work on Find A Grave will help others in their search or allow them to "visit" a loved one's grave. |
I'm not one of those people who think they give a prize for managing the most memorials. If you have any connection to someone that I have created a memorial for, I will gladly transfer it, as long as they are not in my tree.
The Bismarck Tribune did a very nice article on my cemetery project a while back. Click Here to view the article.
I have set up a Tribalpages family tree. Click on the link below to view it.
If I have taken a photograph of your ancestor's tombstone and it is of poor quality (shadows/overgrown with grass/hard to read/etc), please let me know and I will see what I can do about taking a better one. It is hard to take good photographs of all the markers when I am at a cemetery as the angle of the sun is often poor the stones don't photograph well.
If I have helped you in your search, please return the favor and "pay it forward" and do your part to help out someone else.
|Messages left for Brian Backes (592)||[Leave Message]|
Thank You for letting me Know that the Grave is unmarked and taking a Picture of it.
Thank You very Much
|Jerry Reiswig-82nd Airborne||North Dakota Veterans Cemetery|
Thanks for the Grave Marker photo for Marlene Schimke.
|John Clay Harris||Ref: Memorial # 74140734|
Brien Thanks so much for adding the graves stones of my Parker cousins.It's nice to see their stones are intact.
|James Odland||The Ciavarellas, Bernhardts & Webers|
Thank you very much for photographing the grave markers of all three sets of families and adding them onto there respective memorial pages.
My friend' maiden name is Ciavarella and she is directly related. She will be pleased also.
|Lin McNamara||Stephan & Mary Gussner|
I'll try again, Brian. Thank you so much for the photos. Stephan & Mary are my husband's grandparents. He someday will be buried next to them even though we live in California. Thank you again. Lin
|Allene Brewer Rauh||Thanks again Brian|
It's good to see. All of the care the little baby's grave has received. I take photos in my local cemetery and know this is not always true. I promise to remember to not request photos during the winter.
|Linda Blakeman||James H. Hokanson|
Thank you Brian. That is the fastest I have ever had an edit accepted.
|High Plains||Sister Helen|
So sorry for your loss! I hope that you have a lot of her genes - being 101 is quite an accomplishment.
Her memorial has been transferred to you.
|Kathy Camp||Amanda Clark|
Hi Brian, Thank you again for the great photo of Amanda Clark's tombstone!
Thank you for all that you do for us to see our family gravesites!
|J. G.||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for taking a picture of David W. Miller headstone. I also want to thank you for taking pictures of his wife Mildred E. Miller and their sons Gary R. Miller and Michael D. Miller. I so appreciate your time and energy! They will be cherished family mementos! J
Added by J. G. on Oct 27, 2014 11:19 PM
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