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Ally (#46852122)
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If you want your relatives memorial deleted just let me know. But I have to warn you that at some point another person may re-add it.

If there are any family photos on here that you wish to use please ask me first.

Feel free to add headstone photos to ancestry.com but please check to see if they are already on there first!

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If you would like a transfer let me know the relationship you have to the person in your request.
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My email is: ally29@live.com
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Cate
Edwin Waite
Ally,
Thank you so much for taking and posting the photo to Edwin Waite's memorial page. I really appreciate it.

Cate
Added by Cate on Nov 17, 2014 4:08 PM
dawgfan
Clark
Thank you very much!
Added by dawgfan on Nov 17, 2014 6:18 AM
Libby Talley
Rosa Hill
Thank you for photographing the marker. Even though it's a funeral home one, it's still helpful.

Libby
Added by Libby Talley on Nov 04, 2014 5:35 PM
Jim Simpson
RE: George Edenfield
Another satisfied customer:

Jim:

Thanks for letting me know about the pictures added for George Edenfield by Ally!!

Very Nice!!

Jerome Folmar
Added by Jim Simpson on Oct 28, 2014 9:52 AM
Pris Santos
Louise and Herbert Wood Photos
Thank you very much for these photos. It is very much appreciated.
Added by Pris Santos on Oct 28, 2014 5:17 AM
Darvin Nease
Charles Eugene "Sony" Sanders
Sonny's obituary and several photos have been added to his memorial. I witnessed the tragic accident on January 31, 1945 that would take Sonny’s life 4 months later. Sonny was wearing a Gene Autry cowboy outfit with plush white chaps. While playing near a trash fire the chaps caught fire. Sonny suffered 3rd degree burns from the waist down. There were many children during that period that would suffer a similar fate. Below is an excerpt from: http://legalhist.jotwell.com/bodies-on-the-line-the-private-tragedies-underlying-modern-products-liability-law/ by | Karen Tani September 12th, 2014
The Cowboy Suit Tragedy centers on the New York case McCormack v. M. A. Henry Co., a wrongful death suit brought by the McCormack family against the manufacturers of the Gene Autry cowboy suit. A popular toy since it first came off the production line in 1942, the “Autry cowboy ranch outfit” offered parents a way to “provide their children with a protected childhood,” an intense postwar desire, while participating in the mass consumer economy that increasingly defined American identity. (P. 103.) Unfortunately for seven-year-old Tommy McCormack, who received the toy for Christmas in 1944, there was a hazard “designed in” to the costume: its plush white chaps were made from a highly flammable viscose rayon fiber, at a time when “children encountered fire as a regular part of daily life.”3 “One minute Tommy was playing,” Welke writes, drawing from court testimony, “and the next he was screaming,” in what his brother Jackie remembered as “a ‘circle of fire.’” After four long months, he died from his injuries. (P. 101.) Other children had by then suffered similar fates, but after Mr. McCormack’s chance encounter with a lawyer, Tommy became the cowboy suit’s first legally cognizable victim. (P. 111.)
These tragedies would culminate in the adoption of the U. S. Flammable Fabrics Act in 1953.

Darvin Nease
Added by Darvin Nease on Oct 27, 2014 7:53 PM
Jim Simpson
George Edenfield
Thanks so much for the photos. The photo volunteer feature and the volunteers like you are wonderful.

Jim
Added by Jim Simpson on Oct 27, 2014 5:27 PM
kck
Lawrence Adams Photo
Thanks so much for the picture!
Added by kck on Oct 27, 2014 1:41 PM
CDavis
Memorial 122897335
Marjory Elaine Steadwell Bazemore
would you please link her to her parents
Mem# 137214226 Linton Thomas Steadwell
Mem# 137214474 Daisy Belle Mason Steadwell
She was born and died in Chatham County, GA
Thank you for your time in doing this.
Added by CDavis on Oct 13, 2014 6:36 PM
CDavis
Memorial 123370010
Thomas C Llewellyn, Jr
born 5/16/1916 Georgia, USA
died 10/7/1947 Candler County, Georgia, USA
Thomas was a junior.
Thank you for updating his info.
Added by CDavis on Oct 12, 2014 2:31 PM
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