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I am retired and live in Central North Carolina. I have been doing family research for 40 years. The internet just makes it easier to look for dead relatives, but you still have to make sure the information is correct.
Some of my favorite cemeteries are Bonaventure in Savanah, Ga, Allegheny in Pittsburgh, Pa and Oakdale in Wilmington, NC. I love the old statues and the hidden meanings of different designs of headstones.
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ADDENDUM: Photographs I have taken at burial locations may be used by others for any legitimate purpose. Hopefully, I would be given credit for the work. Personal photographs I have added to memorials that I created and maintain, remain in my control and are considered copyrighted materials. I hope that you will enjoy viewing the personal photographs I have posted.
Please visit my dear friend Pam who died much too soon.
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Since the downfall of the F.A.G. forums, I've pretty much been in "non contact" with anyone from that old group. That sucks because I could always count on people to help with random questions or clarification on most any brick wall solutions I could pose.
I've been busy trying to finalize Mayflower Society applications for my wife,daughter, and mother-in-law. I've hit a bit of a snag and it has slowed me down. I'm getting to old for this kind of needless stress.
To top things off, we are redoing our kitchen and downstairs. That is a process and not very convenient. Memorial day is a busy time for me because i "flag" the graves of soldiers in lost cemeteries locally. Nobody else cares it seems but it is important to me.
Added by j7dharma on May 24, 2016 6:35 AM
|am||RE: Joseph Bolot|
Thank you for rechecking and posting the photos. I appreciate the time you took to honor my request.
Added by am on May 23, 2016 11:35 AM
Thanks for the info on them. It is getting beyond crazy what they will not allow!
Added by Lanie on May 06, 2016 10:36 AM
Well Hi yourself. I am in the process of composing a private note to you "as we speak". Good to hear from you, friend!
Added by KATHY on Feb 27, 2016 8:16 PM
|ddjohnsonri||Pauline Miller photo|
Thanks for going after the photo request. The other photo has only been there a couple days, I'm baffled that it got there without fulfilling and removing my request. But ... Stranger things have happened. Thanks for all you do
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you Becky, my long-time Find A Grave friend! One other thing ... I would truly be honored if you were to add me to your Find A Grave Friends List! Please let me hear from you!
Added by KATHY on Dec 25, 2015 7:43 PM
Was thinking about you. Hope you are safe and dry during this serious flooding.
Added by j7dharma on Oct 04, 2015 7:36 AM
|IamMe||RE: Elizabeth corrected|
You did what you could. That's all anyone can ask. Thank you very much.
Added by IamMe on Sep 26, 2015 1:37 PM
|Daff||RE: My dad's memorial|
you've a lot on your plate xx
Added by Daff on Sep 18, 2015 5:36 PM
Indeed. I am STILL "finding" graves. Over time, I've discovered something I once thought was kinda cool but now I find it a bit disturbing.
We have a very large cemetery locally that has two choices for burial. You can be cremated and put into a nitch in a crypt or buried in the ground with a flat brass or bronze plate with your information flat on the ground. Looking at the grounds you could hardly tell anyone was buried there at all except for the occasional flowers left by some.
I've tried finding people who have photo requests in this place. Even if I have the plot number, it is very difficult. If the grave is left untended for years, it slowly sinks into the ground and gets covered by dirt and lost to the common search.
I've grown to love the traditional cemetery that has stones that say, "I lived. I was here. Remember me. I am not lost."
Added by j7dharma on Sep 13, 2015 6:50 AM
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