|Anne Cady (#46985237)|
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I started doing full photographic inventories of cemeteries in St. Lawrence county NY back in 1999 and have about 175 cemeteries inventoried and online on my home page (see link below). I have copied the listings over to find-a-grave and am working on getting all the photos uploaded here as well. Its a slow process, so if you don't find what you are looking for here, check to see if I have it on my other site. Please don't add the pictures from my website to find-a-grave yourself. If you find a picture on my site that you would like added to find-a-grave, just send me an email or leave me a message and I'll be happy to add them. |
I lived most of my life in the Washington DC area where I have taken photos for about 8 years. I recently moved to Colorado to be closer to my family, but still try to get back to the DC area every now and then. However, I am no longer participating in filling requests in Arlington. Over the last three - four years it has become quite unpleasant due to a couple other "volunteers", which was a major factor in finally convincing me to move from the DC area. I will still be visiting Arlington and photographing markers as often as I can get there. Currently, I'm trying to get a few hundred photos added for markers in the cemetery each week from photos I have taken previously . I just won't be claiming requests there since I can no longer deal with the harassment and I want to regain the feeling of dignity and serenity that I used to have each time I walked into the cemetery. It is one of the most honorable, respectful, serene, and to me, sacred locations in the world .
If you would like to take-over ownership of any memorials I've created for your family members just let me know. I'd be happy to transfer them to you, but please realize that in general, edits can be made by using the edit tab on the memorial without any need for transfer of management. That said, while in the past I never turned down a transfer request, recent actions on some memorials I transferred have caused me to very rarely decline a transfer. I may decline when the requester republishes recent obituaries without permission from the publisher (in violation of item 3 of the site "Terms of Service"), creates duplicate or burial unknown memorials (in violation of the site rules), or adds inappropriate biographies which to me include biographies that are NOT about the person, but solely about their husband, ancestors, graphic details of their death, or about the history of the plane/ship/etc they served on.
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|Edna Cleo||Mannie Reams|
Thank you for the wonderful information you have posted.
I added a spouse to Memorial # 57193719.
This is the memorial of Mannie Reams who died in WW I and is now found at the Arlington National Cemetery. When I added the spouse I had thought I had typed 156384731 and the wrong spouse showed. I was not able to find a way to correct this info. Mannie Reams married Dorothy Brush. Dorothy Brush married Rot Cox after Manuel was killed in WW I.
Again, thank you.
Thanks for taking the photo of Norma Hollister's marker at Arlington.
Added by lally415 on Aug 30, 2016 5:59 PM
|Louis||William George Nechanicky|
Thank you for your quick response for William's obit. It is very much appreciated.
Added by Louis on Aug 29, 2016 8:08 AM
|Paul Grande||Herbert Heden|
Anne, thank you for the picture of Herb's gravestone.
|KEN DOTY BROWN||HANSCHKA - ARLINGTON CEMETERY|
Thank you very much for the photo.
Have a good day.
Thanks for fulfilling my photo request!!
Added by Laura on Aug 23, 2016 12:07 PM
Thank you so much for posting the pix of the Roberts Family marker photos. These are my Husband's Grandparents who passed away many years before he was born. Thank you again I really appreciate it.
Added by fillmore on Aug 22, 2016 4:49 PM
|Jim Laudie||Mary McGovern Dalton|
I love your info on here. You've got Saint Lawrence County figured out for cemeteries. I have a lot of Dalton relatives in Waddington/Louisville area in the 1800s. Curious about the burials you have in the Original St Marys Cemetery near Waddington. I've been there once and it's the one that's behind the farm by the silos, no? Mary would have been one of the first to be buried there and I couldn't find any stone there. Not sure if there is one but curious if you know. I'm back in the area next week and may try to stop by again. But do you have any record of her? One other person (history4sure) posted a burial for her at the Raymond Dalton Farm Burial Cemetery (which I believe is a duplicate of the Original St Marys Cemetery that you've populated). But no picture of a stone. Thanks for any help,
|Joe Makowiec||North Country edits|
Thanks for taking care of the numerous edits I've left recently on assorted ancestors! Are you, by any chance, in the North Country at the moment?
|Thomas Clark||Daniel Schley|
Thank you so much for the transfer.
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