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Please consider as your property any photographs I've taken to fulfill your Find-A-Grave request. I often take extra photos and then generate virtual memorials to post them. I'm happy to transfer management of these upon request. If for any reason you don't like a photo I've taken, tell me why and ask me to do it again! I am a hobby genealogist and volunteer my efforts to this website in order to contribute . . . not to compete.|
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|Nancy Collins||Luther Bush|
Oh thank you Mark, Luther Bush's headstone is beautiful, he was my grandfather's brother. And thank you for transferring Exa Lea Bush to me - I can't wait to see how she or he fits in our family.
The Altus cemetery seems filled with my Sullivan and Bush relatives. Next year I hope to come out that way (I'm in California)and just walk around to visit.
Again, thank you very much - I really like your non-competitive sharing - it's exactly how I feel.
|Emma (Shrum) Butler Duke||Lee Roy & Beulah (Combs) Eccles|
Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph & post their gravestones. This is greatly appreciated, I will "Pay it forward", Emma.
|Karen||John W. Ellis|
Once again, thank you Mark for the headstone pic of John W.(Wilkinson) Ellis. Would you mind transferring the memorial to me? My # is 46867269.
Thank you...I could keep you busy in this cemetery for quite awhile!!
Added by Karen on Sep 26, 2014 10:24 AM
|Don Calhoun||Old Air Force Photos|
I read your message to me and when I read REJECT, I got scarred. I wished that I had kept that tombstone rubbing, as I did spent quite a bit of time doing it in 1977.
Hey, check out my fatherís memorial 76678446. You'll love the old AF photos.
|Don Calhoun||Patrick Allen Calhoun|
You recently took a stone photo of my brother Patrick Allen Calhoun buried in Babyland plot 142, and I thank you greatly for that. There is another upright stone located about 30 feet South-Southwest from Patricks grave. In the 1970's there was a metal 5 point CSA star pushed into the ground near the marker. When I was at AHS in 1977, I did a memorial report and tombstore rubbing on this individual. The grave has a very old upright marker, it is located alonside the road and under a Evergreen tree. Do you know who is buried there? I promise, this will be my last request. Someday I'll have to come to Altus to see Judge Brad Leverett and one other high school buddy, but as you know: Someday Never Comes.
Thanks so much for the photos!!
|Karen||James R. Ashcraft|
Thank you so much for the photo of James R. Ashcraft's headstone. This is my husbands great grandfather and although we live in Okla. City, I just don't see us getting to Altus in the near future. If you took this today, at least you had a pretty day for it.
Added by Karen on Sep 19, 2014 5:07 PM
|Marianne Dial Deadmon||Sidney Clark, et al|
Thanks so much for the pictures on these seven memorials in the East Addition.
|Diane Hamill||James M. Gregory|
Thanks for the photos!!
Thank you for the picture of this headstone. It is greatly appreciated!!
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