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"I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel."
"Character is what you do when no one is watching"
Except for my personal family photos any photo I post may be used for personal, private or noncommercial use.
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© 20xx (replace the xx with the year such as 15) by LKat on Find A Grave. Used with permission.
© 2015 by LKat on Find A Grave. Used with permission.
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|Mona/Judy||De La Rosa|
Thank you for the photos!
|Lorna Dunham DiRe||Captain Charles Curtis Decker|
Thank you for the great photo of his headstone.
|Shirley C McKenzie||RE: Photo|
It's sad how little I know about their family but Paplaycyk (forgot how it is spelled) was her maiden name. Don't you think it a little odd that she shares a stone with her blood family. Her husband was in the military and I thought he would be there. Oddly enough, I can't find him listed in the cemetery. He died several years ago, as well.
Connie and Colonel McKenzie had one son who we lost touch with. I am going to try and find them and sort this out. Guess it doesn't matter a lot, but it does to me. Thank you again. Shirley C. McKenzie.
|Shirley C McKenzie||Photo of Headstone|
Dear LKat. I would like your permission to copy the photograph of Cornelia F McKenzie, b March 1919 died 10/29/91 and buried at Ft. Sam Houston Cemetery. Connie was my sister-in-law by marriage (our husbands were 1/2 brothers). I want it for my family scrapbook and not for any public use.
Thank you, Shirley (Cartwright) McKenzie.
|Carol Sue Collier Long||photo use permission|
I would like to have permission to use your photo of the tombstone of my sister, Avis Ann Collier, buried in Ft. Sam Houston Cemetery.
Thank you for providing this service.
|Brian||Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery|
Thank you for the headstone photos for Doris and Ralph Wagner. I appreciate your time and effort visiting the cemetery and taking the pictures.
Added by Brian on Mar 29, 2015 10:11 AM
|Robert Crutchfield||Madeley Photographs|
Thank you so very much for taking and posting the headstone photographs Arthur and Eloise Madeley, in Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery.
|Melissa Gray||Headstone photos|
My grandparents are Floyd H. and Mae B. Bilke. Thank you for the pictures of their headstones. I had never seen them until tonight as I was young when they passed and lived out of state, so I didn't get to go to their funerals, nor have I been to Ft. Sam Houston to see them myself. I am so very grateful.
|Mystery Woman||Elgie Tabor Photo|
|Tom Nelson||RE: Sarah Patton Breeding|
Thanks, LKat, for taking the time to explain your declination. I tried to find that guideline - about DOBs on markers taking prededence - in Findagrave's FAQ list but was unsuccessful. Maybe I'm using the wrong "search terms". Anyway, could you help me out, here? And would you consider updating her birth/death fields to show that she was born in Independence, MO and died in San Antonio, TX? The death certificate is pretty clear about that data. But when you declined the date of birth edit, you declined everything else! A slight flaw in the system, I'd say. Thanks so much. Tom in Kansas City, MO
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