|Red Dog (#47126443)|
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I served in the US Army, Military Police Corps, stationed in Germany, so attention to detail is something that guides me. I am unable to give up or walk away from a task till it is fully accomplished. I'm also an Overseas Army Brat. I have American Revolutionary War, War of 1812, Civil War, Korean War, Vietnam, Cold War, and a nephew who has deployed 4 times now in my family line. "Assist, Protect, Defend" and "Of The Troops, For The Troops" are my motto's|
I really enjoy doing this and the pleasure is all mine. I want to thank those who tell me the back story of the person they are looking for. If you think that there is another angle or view that you would like let me know. I live close to all the cemeteries I photograph and will always be returning for more requests.
I edit all my pictures to obtain a full on top or front view of the marker/stone and adjust the contrast and color when needed to get a true to life picture.
Thank you to all those who have served in our Armed Forces, because our freedoms are not free!
If I have any of your relatives posted and you would like them transferred to you, just let me know and I would be happy to do it!
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|Judith Yole Graham||RE: Lizzie Halliday # 39165384|
So much for rule of thumb on Find A Grave. First is supposed to be first. And so much for not using photos that are not yours, I have had several of mine copied and used without permission. Keep up the good work Red Dog.
|Judith Yole Graham||Lizzie Halliday # 39165384|
Just love the research you have done. Lizzie is buried in the Matteawan State Hospital Cemetery, Fishkill, Dutchess, New York, USA. Her 2nd Husband, Artemus Brewer is a member of the Brewer Family in Greenwich, NY, he died in 1885 and is buried in the Greenwich Cemetery # 148468805.
|ladycatherine||Claude Berry photos|
First of all, thank you for your service. Freedom is absolutely not free. It costs our service members dearly at times. I know this firsthand. My previous husband is amongst those remembered on findagrave, as is his step father.
Thank you so much for the photos of the grave of Claude Berry, 3689353. They are beautiful. I am so grateful for your service to our nation and to findagrave.com.
|Sheri West||Jonathan Totten|
Thank you so much for his tombstone photo :)
|Karen Cardo||Norman Goff|
Hi, thank you so much for taking the time to get a photo of this marker. It means a lot to family members.
|Sharon Johnson||Robert D Johnson|
Thanks so much for sending these photos. I'm not sure still this is my husbands Uncle but when I complete my research, I'll get back and give you a yes or no. I would not ever want to keep this and he belong to another. I'm 95% sure this is him.
Again thanks so much,
|James Stair||RE: Virginia Ann (Walker} Eisbach|
Thanks anyway !!!
Oh yes, if you have more, pls send to my email address, email@example.com. Again, many thanks to you for doing this work to help out those of us who can't travel to CA to take photos.
Thanks so much for fulfilling my request for photo of gravestone for Kaipo.
|James Stair||Virginia Ann (Walker} Eisbach|
Did you see any sign of the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Albert Shannon & Sadie Elizabeth (Hendrix) Walker, above ?? Viginia is supposedly buried in the same cemetery ...
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