I live in London, i'm 34 years old. I very much enjoy visiting historical places of interest in and around London, as well as having a profound interest in music. I'm training for the London Marathon at the moment, very much enjoy running and cycling. I attend as many music events as possible throughout the summer as i can. In between reading and socializing with friends, i take out my Sherlock Holmes hat and pipe and try to detect as many famous people as possible who have been over-looked on Find A Grave. I've always found that visiting cemeteries has given me a greater appreciation of life and from a historical point of view are very informative, visiting the graves of emminent people who made their mark on history. I also like the peace, beauty and tranquil feel of cemeteries. This unprecedented, unrivalled, website has given me many hours of enjoyment, thank you very much.
RE: Resolve issue with spelling Steve, I think you'll find a button labelled "Transfer ownership" or similar at the top of the page for the particular memorial (in this case James Beatty). You continue to be credited as the originator.
Thomas Allom Please delete one of two exactly the same photos here http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=pv&GRid=28548579&PIpi=11947695 to provide space for the portrait. Thank you for your cooperation. Regards J&K
Michael Denison Dear Steve, Just thought I would let you know that I went down to see Michael's Grave last week and thanks to your help found it straight away, once again many thanks Yours Sincerely, MILKY.
Peter Brotherhood's gravestone Hello. You gave a detailed description of Peter Brotherhood's gravestone 7 years ago, but there is no photo of it. His wife, Elizabeth PINNIGER HUNT, died in 1926. She is not even on Findagrave (yet). Is she buried with Peter? Could I ask you kindly to add a photo/photos of the gravestone and texts? Thank you so much! R.J. Brotherhood The Hague, Holland
Michael Denison Dear Steve, Once again I find I could do with your help. I went down to St John's Church in Langrish last week hoping to find Mr Denison's grave but to no avail and looking through the records there is no sign that he is buried there. I noticed you have put a photo of his grave on his site so could you please tell me where I could find his grave, here's hoping you come to my rescue once again, Yours sincerely Milky.