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I have no problem with transferring management of any memorial I manage, except those of my immediate family. I don't care if you are a family member, or a friend, or if you just think that you can do a better job of managing one of mine; just send me a message and I will transfer. |
Gravestones and the information on them are public domain, so if you want to use one of my photographs for any purpose, feel free. I don't need to be credited.
I try to specialize in finding and recording the graves of Veterans - the ones that are forgotten, overlooked, never visited because no one is left who remembers them ... buried under brush and never decorated.
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|Paul Peter Trainor Jr.||Patrick Trainor|
Thank you very much for your time to document Patrick for me.
|Laura Hicks||RE: McGee Grave|
Ah, that is very possible. My great grandmother was the daughter of Henry A. McGee, brother to Arthur C. (yes, Arthur is their father). Before my great grandmother passed away, she did a lot of research on the McGee family and it's all been passed down to me.
Thanks for all your help
|Laura Hicks||RE: McGee Grave|
Wow, that's great. Thanks so much. Could you could transfer Arthur C. over to me? That way I can fill in all his information, some pictures I have of him, and link him to the family?
He is # 127157078
I am #48349673
|Laura Hicks||McGee Grave|
Thank you so much for the family grave photos!
It's so strange, I just found the paperwork last night that stated: Arthur, Ellen, Henry A, and Ellen J were in one location purchased in 1931.
Then Arthur C, Ida, and Delia were in another location purchased in 1911.
This clarifies a lot. Although now I'm curious as to why their date of interment isn't listed on the stone. Ellen J passed '53, Ida '57, Delia '59.
Ellen J. McGee's memorial: # 100892461 to add the photo of her grave to her page.
Again, Thank you so much!
|Chuck Lewis||Geary at Notre Dame Mausoleum|
Thanks so much for taking the time to find James Geary at the Mausoleum. Cemetery staff told me they had no record of him despite my having the obituary. It's great that you took the time to find him.
I will likely be coming to Worcester in early summer. Can you give me an idea of where you found him in the mausoleum.
Again, I really appreciate your efforts!
|Karen Hedrick||Agnes Worth|
Thank you so much for the photo of Agnes's (and some of her children's) tombstone. Everything looks so peaceful there in the snow! I appreciate you forging out into the elements!
John, Thank you for the recent photos you took for me in the Hope Cemetery. They are very appreciated. Shari
Added by Shari on Nov 23, 2013 6:49 AM
|karinms||Earle & Birgit Johnson|
Thank you for the photos of their gravestone.
Added by karinms on Nov 20, 2013 4:36 PM
|Claire Zahn||RE: Converses|
Oh Thank you so much! I will go in and check.
|Christopher N Cooper||Rev Job Bordon Boomer|
Just wanted to thank you for adding these pictures of Rev. Job B. Boomer. Thank you so kindly and taking the time of doing this!
Christopher Neal Cooper
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