|Diane Gravlee (#47083760)|
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I am always happy to transfer a memorial to a family member closer in relationship than I am. Just let me know which ones, using the edit tab in the upper right and then under "suggest a correction" ask for the transfer of the memorial and include how you are related.|
I have been doing genealogy for 45 years and have published family history books for my parents, my husband's parents, my daughter-in-law's family and my son-in-law's family. I am a retired librarian and have traveled with my husband as we volunteered to help build Habitat for Humanity homes all over the country. We have visited all of the cemeteries of known direct ancestors for all our families; I have loved adding them all to this wonderful website.
My genealogy is downloaded to the World Connect Projects link at Rootsweb.com. I have 7 gedcom databases, accessed by typing in the database name in the "jump to specific database" box or by searching by name and looking for my entry with one of the database names below:
gravleesellers, druinlewis, macyblair, barchliger, lewisadams, rudisilltrigg or fieldmasser.
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|Mike Todd||James Dalton Canup|
Thank you so very much for the wonderful photo of his headstone, and also for the efforts to locate a marker for his second wife. He is my great grandfather and I had never seen his marker. Mike.
|June Ragan||Hartsfield Cemetery, Gibson, Tennessee|
Bless you for posting the photos.
|ewill||Harriet Kline Ranck photo|
What a wonderful photo, Diane ! Many thanks for your time and hard work. Best to you and yours.
Added by ewill on Jun 06, 2014 5:43 PM
Diane -- Thank you for taking the headstones of my parents, Patricia Lee and Legrand Hughes Radley. Now that they are gone, I don't know if I would ever get back to Greenwood. Much appreciated having these. Elizabeth Radley, NYC
|Mary Lou Hampshire Peake||The Fryers in Clayton City Cemetery|
I am Mary Lou Peake. You recently fulfilled photo requests for me of my ancestors in Clayton City Cemetery. You found and took pictures of Sarah C. Fryer and Annie Laura Grubbs Fryer. I also was thrilled to have the new picture of Charles and Annie Laura's grave markers lying side by side. Thank you so much for taking these pictures for me. I have been waiting for over a year to have this request granted. Now all my little family in this cemetery is accounted for and has pictures listed for them. Since I live in Mobile, Clayton is not very close to me, and I really appreciate your help and service.
You have blessed me!!
|Danna ||Frank Delbert Booth|
Thank you so much for the perfect photos of the headstone for Frank. I really appreciate the information. I didn't have his date of birth until I was able to get the information from his headstone.
Thank you again,
Added by Danna on Oct 08, 2013 11:40 PM
|Dianne C. Carman||RE: Strock|
One thank you is more than enough. I love your photo at the graveyard. Finding graves can be both easy and difficult but I love doing it.
|Carlyn Johnson||RE: Worth Co Iowa|
Thanks for discovering the error on location of Bristol cemetery. Find A Grave is verg grateful to have volunteers like you. I know I am. You have gone out of your way to get my Anderson family photos & discover the reason other volunteer were not able to full fill photo request . Thank you! Thank. You! Sure you I can meet you some day. You are the best! One again!!!! I really appreciate your time, knowledge, advice, & perseverance in finding correct cemetery. Have a great day!
|Michael Singer||Knute E. Nesby|
Thank you so very much for the photos!!!
I had forgotten that I had requested them. This is like Christmas to me. Now I have a little more information for our family tree. The date of death matches old notes that I have and the birth date is new information!
Thank you so very much! Great service!
|Connie Schwindt Rumold||Kenny Christiansen|
The photos you have taken and places on this memorial are stunning. Your efforts are greatly appreciated by this distant relative. Thank you.
Connie Schwindt Rumold
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