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I started going to cemeteries in geneology searches. As I went thru the cemeteries I realized how much the stones wear down (and all the other factors - cemeteries not being kept up, vandalism, etc) and that someday you wouldn't be able to read those stones.|
I also realized what great things people were doing by taking pics, and volunteering to take pics, for people who were looking for their family and couldn't get to the area.
So...I starting taking pictures myself. Now that we have digital cameras all it costs me is my time. And the results are great...people find family they're looking for and most importantly, those that were buried in the cemetery and the stones were put up for are not forgotten.
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|Connie Heskett||RE: Lucy Dewey|
Still waiting for a reply from woman at M.F. Society. Sent her another message. I would think they should accept it since you have seen it. I told her it is very old and messed up. Thank you, Connie
|Connie Heskett||RE: Lucy Dewey|
Hi, I'm sorry I don't know much about cameras. I will ask my contact at M.F. Society if I can just use you and your information as a reference for Lucy. I did click on the picture and Roswell was easier to read and I could read Lucy a little easier. Thank you again, Connie
|Lauri Levy||RE: Harrington Family|
Karen, thanks so much for writing back. The memorial numbers are as follows:
Amy Harrington: Memorial# 109657830
Lovina Jane: 109531445
Henry "Herington": 109659334
If you ever come across brothers Charles W. or Milan Harrington, I'd love to know. I don't have a DOD for Charles, but Milan passed on October 15, 1864.
Thank you again!
|Connie Heskett||Lucy Dewey|
Hi, want to thank you very much for spending your precious time to get the photo of my ancestor Lucy Dewey Harding. This photo is much better than the previous one. I was just wondering if you had been able to read her inscription.I can make out her name and most of Roswells info. The problem is that there doesn't seem to be any record of her birth or death. That is the last information I need before I submit it to the Mayflower Society for approval.
The lady from the Mayflower society here in Florida had suggested I contact find a grave since neither one of us had been able to read the previous one. I realize it is very old and they are very weathered and damaged. Thank you again, Connie Brooks Heskett
Hi Karen, Thank you very much for the article on Roland Hammond's death during WWII and the return of his body for burial.
Added by Peg on Sep 06, 2014 6:43 PM
Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph these for me. I appreciate it very much. It is so wonderful to have people who are willing to do what I will never have the opportunity to do. Thank you again.
|Lauri Levy||Harrington Family|
I just wanted to thank you for listing and photographing the memorials for the Harrington family in Harford Mills Cemetery. I've been looking for this family of ancestors for years with no luck. Stephen and Amy were my 2nd G-Grandparents. Mary was my great-grandmother's twin who died about age 5. If you could transfer management of the family to me, I'd be very grateful.
|D Disbrow||Titchener/Williams Plot - Cortland Rural Cemetery|
Thanks so very much for the many photographs taken of the monument and headstones in the Titchener/Williams plot in the Cortland Rural Cemetery. They included my mother, my grandparents, and my great grandparents (and other relatives). It's been many years since I've seen the plot. I'm very grateful!! :)
Thank you for transferring Hiram Ingalls.
Added by Hochi on Aug 04, 2014 11:42 AM
|Carol Darling||Charles & Joshua Sanders|
Thanks for adding the portraits of the Sanders. Very nice addition!
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