|Jack Anthony (#46845290)|
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An enormous thanks to the army of volunteers who wander graveyards fulfilling photo requests. Minor miracles have been performed simply for the asking and we're grateful.|
Permission is granted to use photos I have posted so long as the photos are not modified in any fashion and the use is for non-commerical purposes only.
Nearly every memorial I've added is from a photograph I took graveside.
You are welcome to post additional photos & images on memorials I manage.
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In most cases, I will gladly grant requests for out-of-Guidelines transfers of sponsored Memorials.
Elsewise, I process edits regularly and encourage their submission.
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Because I could not stop for Death,
He kindly stopped for me.
The Carriage held but just Ourselves,
and Immortality. ~ Emily Dickinson
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|I Remember When||RE: Guthries at Park|
You're very welcome. There was a family monument stone also, but I need to go back for it. Found I had forgot to take it.
I also listed some more Guthrie names that were in the same lot. Also a couple named John W. Durby and his wife Bettie. The monument stone has both names, Durby and Guthrie on it so I'm sure they're related. I'll try to look up some of the obits to find out later.
|Bill Craig||Israel Baker|
I went to Oakwood today. At lot 810 there is no stone. The area where 810 should be is empty. Sorry.
|Judy Young||RE: Lucinda Hightower Owen Gray|
You are very welcome.
|Rhonda_RMS||RE: Rev Ernest Hobbie|
You are most welcome! I had fun searching that South Dakota cemetery :)
|Joseph StCloud IRWIN||Helen Bringleson|
Current practice today at Fort Smith National
Cemetery is to intern 2 individuals in each
grave site. First interment goes on the bottom
and name is placed on the face of the marker.
Second interment goes on top and name is placed
on the back. Usually the veteran goes first an
then the wife's name is on the back of the marker
However sometimes the wife goes first and her
name is on the face. So, in taking photos, it is
best to look at both sides. In addition, the
grave locator has them in the same Plot #. Long
ago they were placed side by side until they
ran out of space. By the way, Yanks and Rebs
are side by side in Fort Smith National Cemetery
Sorry I got so wordy !
|dm wms||RE: Susan.A Dillon Obit|
You're welcome. Thanks for posting it. I am happy to have added to her memory.
Added by dm wms on Aug 09, 2014 4:10 PM
|Colleen Kittrell||RE: Ruth & Edwin Clifton at Pleasant Hill|
Yes.. Fannie Brixey and Ruth Brixey (sisters) married two brothers (Edwin and Harry) Ruth and Fannie had a sister Della (Brixey) Kittrell.
|Liz Colton||RE: Lillie & Elmer Reed at Sunset|
You are welcome, there were some "Home Made" headstones out of cement and possibly marbles or stones, that I think said Reed, but could not read it to be sure. There may have been a couple more also, but I did not take the photos, since there was no way of being sure about them with what info I had with me. Liz
|Pamela Sitler||RE: Foremans at Mennonite Meeting House|
You now have control over the memorials.
|Janice Klafehn||Jerusha Sabin|
They aren't actually my photos they were given to me by Bonnie Powers you can use the photos and give her credit
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