My biggest complaint on here is people who will not correct duplicate memorials or mistakes Or people who search for errors and act as if they are the Find A Grave Police. Really we are all human. Lets dont be so rude and maybe you might get the response you wanted along with the correction. And if I have family on here dont ask me for there memorial and when I dont turn it over they are my family too.Do not tell me what Find A Grave policy is I know it. You do not know my connection to the memorial so if I say it is family than so be it. If I took the picture created the memorial then I am keeping it. DO NOT SEND ME EMAILS DEMANDING TRANSFER I do not do Find a Grave for a numbers count. Do not imply that is what I do on my message wall ( and if the shoe fits wear it) I work very hard spend countless hours in hot humid cemeteries taking pictures to add on here so do not send me messages saying that is what I do. You have no idea what I do you are not me especially when you been a member for only a few weeks I have been on here 7 plus years and I take this very serious. I do not like this type of attitude and if you are going to be that way then maybe this is not a website for you. I try to ensure each person has a photo of their marker if there is one I will photograph it and add it to the site. I enjoy this very much however when people join and appointment themselves FAG police it upsets me very much. So unless you are on FAG payroll please find someone else to criticize.
RE: long lost friend I met Alecia (I didn't know her name was Marion) in 1985. I was stationed at Eglin AFB. I met her through some friends on the base. We ended up spending a lot of time together. We were just very close friends. I was engaged at the time and just got orders to Japan. Before I left she told me she... well she said that she loved me. I had strong feelings for her but never acted on them. When the engagement ended (as kids who are 18 often don't know what they are doing) I came back to the states and immediately tried to contact her. I found out she had been killed by a drunk driver. I have a great life but I think about her now and then. - was so happy to see her marker on this site.well happy and sad all at the same time. Thank you again.
John Levis Brown Hi, Kristen! Thank you so much for all the hard work on photographing graves. I live near Dayton, Ohio, but most of my mother's ancestors were from SC and GA, which is a long way from here.
I did want to let you know that my grandfather's middle name was Levis (pronounced like lettuce, not the jeans!), which is the name he went by. I notice that it is correct on the tombstone, but listed with the "s" left off. I don't know if that can be fixed or not.
Again, thank you so much for posting this photo. By the way, I got a kick out of your "heat death" photo!
Buckhiester I noticed that you have added a number of photos for members of the Buckhiester family in the Rose Hill Cemetery. I wondered if you are related to them. If so, I would like to be in touch with you to complete more of my family tree. Thank you.
RE: Cobbs Many thanks for the offer, but we'll have to pass on it. We will be there on July 1, but won't know for sure until we get there, and even then the time of day won't be known till the last minute. Perhaps you could clarify your directions, though. I can see the cemetery clearly with an aerial view on Google maps. If I am standing in front of the cemetery facing it, there are 4 small driveways entering the cemetery. Let's number them #1, #2, #3 and #4, starting from the left. Which numbered driveway do I enter? If I understand correctly, when I go down that driveway, I will see a large Oak tree on the right and it is the plot on the left right across from the tree, the 4th plot from the end. With your help, I'm sure we'll find it. Thanks Tom