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scottsheat (#47208444)
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Bio Photo I live in Essex, England
Quite happy to do photo requests if within a fairly local radius
If I find an obit - I list it ! Everyone who has walked this earth is entitled to be remembered!


I am quite happy to transfer any memorial to relatives

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Islington (#47351667) Has undertaken a massive project in Ontario photographing stones - he does all the leg work & I do the finger work - if you have any further info on these individuals, I would be happy to include
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Brandon Gebhart
Kurt A Smith
Hi. While I understand your reason for doing all this, my friend and I were wondering how you happen to end up photographing Kurt A Smith grave site. I had been looking for his grave for my friend for the last four years and found it through your memorial page a couple of weeks ago. My friend had been looking much longer and is ecstatic that I've found it, but she is wondering why you chose to photograph his headstone. Thank you for sharing any background to how this came about.
Added by Brandon Gebhart on Feb 23, 2015 7:24 PM
darealjolo
RE: Military Ranks
The answer to that is that millions of British and Commonwealth war dead were uploaded by two Americans-one was Gary Nelson aka International War Graves Photography Project, the other was Paul Wilson whose efforts you will have seen under the ill-chosen pseudonym, CWGC/ABMC.

They both uploaded using the spread sheet method and that allows the rank to be entered.

I remain convinced that thereís no reason to have the rank drop-down list fixed-the rank doesnít figure in the search facility-it could be left blank for the likes of you and I to type in what we want. Donít bother suggesting this to findagrave-they donít like people with good ideas that they should have thought of!
Added by darealjolo on Feb 20, 2015 12:06 PM
darealjolo
RE: Military Ranks
The Americans donít have an equivalent for Boy-this is/was a rank in the Royal Navy and was certainly in use post-WWII in the RAF-there is such a case at Barkingside Cemetery.
Added by darealjolo on Feb 19, 2015 1:43 AM
darealjolo
RE: Military Ranks
Something I only learnt recently; the drop down list for AS is an American rank and is not as you might expect Able Seaman-it stands for Apprentice Seaman!
Added by darealjolo on Feb 18, 2015 4:56 PM
Judy Grove
Meekings Headstone
Hi Scott,
Many thanks for the "Meekings" headstones. Photos were wonderful. Your efforts are very much appreciated.
Kind Regards
Judy Grove (nee COWARD)
Queensland,Australia
Added by Judy Grove on Feb 08, 2015 2:22 PM
Thomas Arthur Manderson
William Henry Carpenter #128692541
Hi Scott,

Would it be okay to transfer this memorial to my account

for linking purposes ?

Thankyou,

Thomas Arthur Manderson #48604530
Added by Thomas Arthur Manderson on Feb 08, 2015 12:39 PM
Bruce Williams
Evers Transfer
Thank you for transferring my distant cousin's memorial to me, and many thanks for creating it in the first place!
Added by Bruce Williams on Jan 27, 2015 6:50 AM
D. Gould Hall
RE: Use of photos
Thank you Scott. Not a penny of profit is involved and you will get full credit for the photos, if I use them.
Thanks,
Diane
Added by D. Gould Hall on Jan 04, 2015 6:00 PM
D. Gould Hall
Use of photos
Scott,
May I ask for permission to use the photos you took of the Verney headstones? I would like to add them to my private Ancestry tree, giving you credit for them. I also have a blog where I write about family history. May I use them on the blog, giving you full credit? I don't know if I will use them, but I always like to ask, just in case.
Thanks,
Diane
Added by D. Gould Hall on Jan 04, 2015 2:58 PM
D. Gould Hall
RE: Verney headstones in Prospect Cemetery
Thank you so very much!
Added by D. Gould Hall on Jan 04, 2015 2:26 PM
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