Anne Wilson Okay Carron, I added the photos, but they are on 'top'. You might want to rearrange the order of the photos so that the portrait photos are on top.
Tip: When uploading photos of people, go to the drop down box where it says "Type of Photo" and choose "Person" (the default setting is "Grave"). If you do it that way, the portrait photos will always be on top, and when volunteers add grave photos, they will appear below the portraits.
RE: Anne Verkuyl Wilson Hi Carron. I'm pretty sure it is her, based on the names on her headstone which reflect all of the married names she ever used.
Do a search for memorial #78693906. I want to straighten this out but I don't want to have the duplicate deleted until your original is corrected. Please look at the message on my board from Debbie Groberg. She checked with the cemetery that you think is the right one, but she could not have been buried there, as it has only been in operation since 2000. If you want to verify this, please call them first. Inglewood says she is buried there, and once you view the photo of the headstone, I am hoping you agree. I would love to add the headstone photos to your original memorial.
RE: Harvey Shepherd Bruce Wives Hello Carron -- If you would like I can send you more info, or you can find it on ancestry.com. Everything I have will be there. Again, thank you for posting on FAGR - amazing memorial!
Harvey Shepherd Bruce Wives Hello - I am a Loudon family researcher and have been looking for info on Alice Lovina Loudon. She was my 1st cousin 2X removed and I've been having a difficult time finding more info about her. She first married John McMillan in 1883; then in 1896 she married Harvey Shepherd Bruce, then in 1917 she married George Waite. All these marriages occurred in Iowa. She is in the 1900 census with Harvey Shepherd Bruce and his 3 daughters. My questions for you - were you aware of this marriage, and do you have any additional info on Alive Lovina? I would appreciate any info or suggestions you may have.
Also - you did a beautiful job with Harvey Shepherd Bruce's memorial - the pictures are a beautiful addition.