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Please use the edit tab on the memorial for all additions, corrections and transfer requests. Out of guidelines transfer requests will be addressed on a case by case basis. I do not link to burial unknown memorials. Ask me once you have found the grave.|
I photograph the stones as I find them. If I can temporarily move grave decorations to obtain a better shot, I will. Some I can't; so be it. If you have a better photo than the one I have posted, please add it and let me know so I can remove mine.
My photographs may be used solely for personal, informational, and internal purposes. The photograph may not be modified or altered in any way OR posted on any other web-site for any purpose without my written permission.
This means that you can download any of my photos and store them in your computer or even print them for your personal use. The minute you share them with the public, even on a private Ancestry.com tree, you violate copyright. So, please don't do that. Ask me first, no problem. Don't ask, big problem. I would hate to have to ask Ancestry.com to remove my photos from your tree. I'm sorry it has to come to this, but my generosity has been greatly abused.
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|LeRoy Krsiean||William Muir|
The little information I got on William Muir came from the Sharlot Hall Archive, in Prescott, Arizona. There is just a tad bit more information from that Archive, and I have posted it on his Memorial. His cause of death was stomach cancer. Lee
Thank you for the links and spelling correction!
Added by Aavedt on Feb 27, 2014 3:55 PM
|Larry Krueger||RE: Lear graves|
I am glad I was in the area to help you out.
I cleaned the lichen off because everything on the stone was not readable, but the dark areas that make the stone so blotchy looking are where the lichen sort of stained the stone.
|Jade Schmitt||RE: Ahlman|
|Steve Edquist ~In Memory Of Aaron & Scrappy~||RE: Weegman|
Thank you! You're welcome and happy to be of help.
|GraveTracker||RE: Fimmen family|
Your very welcome:) Glad I could help! GT
|Deb||RE: Richard Ladd|
You are most welcome--it's a honor to give back. Bergen cemetery is in a particularly beautiful area. The vista is incredible, high on a hill with a sweeping view of the foothills and Rocky Mountains to the west. Horses grazing in the next field... Richard has found a very peaceful and well cared for resting site with towering pine trees, wild strawberries, and flowers growing all around.
Added by Deb on Jun 30, 2013 7:03 PM
|Anonymous||RE: Photo requests at Crystal Lake|
Please call the office at Crystal Lake Cemetery to add the Section, Lot & grave # to your request. They only do 5 at a time for free on site. Telephone (612)521-7619
|G||RE: Ashley Schaffer|
Thanks for the feedback, and you're welcome. This was a very difficult headstone to photograph even with a DSLR camera, and I think it might photograph best on a cloudy day. G.
Added by G on May 03, 2013 7:03 PM
|Christine S||RE: James P Dean photo|
You're welcome! :-)
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