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mike smyth (#47204918)
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Bio Photo I will transfer management of postings on most requests. I am very receptive to edits on the memorials I manage.
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L Nystrom
RE: Looney
You are welcome very much. I am glad that I had the photo you needed on file. Started walking and photographing the cemetery, but it is so large that it may take quite some time. I hope you enjoy your day.
Added by L Nystrom on Aug 21, 2015 6:43 PM
Judy Cook
Re memorial number 16833309
I am the daughter of Corinne Lucille Woodard and submitted an edit for her husbands name Ralph Woodard,the edit did change his first name from Vaughn to Ralph but mispelled his last name which should be spelled Woodard not Woodward. I also submitted edits to add her mother and father I don't understand how to add her other husbands but will list them here: #1 David Norbert Becker #2 James Willard Lockhart (memorial # 74075976) #3 Lamar Bailey #4 Ralph Woodard. Her daughters are Judy Lockhart Cook (me) and Nancy Lockhart Newport. If you have any questions or want further information please contact me.
Added by Judy Cook on Jul 22, 2015 3:13 PM
JL Muller
Transfer 52734192 and 52734158

These are my wife's great great great grandparents and we'd like to take care of their memorials please.


JL Muller
Added by JL Muller on May 28, 2015 1:30 PM
Brent Gillespie
Add'l Info, Links & Corrections 2-13-13
Thank you for all the info for Charles Harrison Perry & Myrtle Mae (Brown) Perry in Walker Cemetery, Bobbie Gene Putnam & George E. Putnam in Chalk Bluff Cemetery, John Sylvester Putnam & Aura Effie Poundstone Putnam in Smith Stevenson Cemetery. All has been updated.
Added by Brent Gillespie on Feb 24, 2015 7:01 PM
Ritch Smith
RE: Rosenbush
My pleasure. It was a nice morning and an interesting cemetery. Found graves of several of my relatives as well as yours.
Added by Ritch Smith on Dec 22, 2014 3:39 PM
Amy Suzanne Martin
Madison Lane
Greetings, seeking biographical info on Madison Lane (1829-1908) of Joplin area. He was a minister, performed marriages and funerals for a number of my family members, I'm curious to know what church/denomination he belonged to. Many thanks, Amy
Added by Amy Suzanne Martin on Dec 08, 2014 2:27 PM
Mrs Fenton
Janes memorials at Maplewood
Thank you for adding the family links
Added by Mrs Fenton on Nov 03, 2014 3:36 PM
kevin barrentine
billie klink
I am amazed at this photo of my grandmother, I've never seen it! and the one of her father blows me away! I have only ever seen maybe 2 photos of him in my life! She also had a half sister Kathleen N Dunn she's buried at floral haven cemetery in oklahoma
Added by kevin barrentine on Oct 20, 2014 4:42 PM
Martin Burrell
Margaret Elizabeth Everett Smyth

Did you happen to notice that there is provided a place for her plot location. Look at the memorial form. It says Plot. A standard plot appearance changes for each cemetery. Example, Sec. 2, Lot 3, Grave A. It is important to have it correct for each cemetery.

I am going to try and leave her Oregon Death Certificate. The images that are currently there are of a low pixel count. Try and leave at least 1 to 4 million count. These can be enlarged. Double click several times on the ODC and watch it grow in stages. If you right click on it's image you can save it to your device. High pixel count images are the way to go.

Sincerely, Martin Burrell
Added by Martin Burrell on Sep 17, 2014 12:02 AM
Martin Burrell
Margaret Elizabeth Everett Smyth

I have a question for you. I see images that are not explained. What are they of and why so many. Is this a photo study of a cemetery? Was the grave marker not found? You need to decide if this is about Margaret, or about something else, and then tell all the visitors to her memorial. The images tell us nothing. Where were they taken and why. Each needs to be explained. Sorry, I don't see any need for so many uninvolved images. A portrait would be nice.

Martin Burrell
Added by Martin Burrell on Sep 16, 2014 11:46 PM
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