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|Tony Fontaine||Gilbert Fontaine Headstone|
Thank you! I'll pass the photo's to the grand-daughter. She will appreciate it.
|Judy W||Thank you|
I greatly appreciate the insight. Now I can delete over 2,000 unnamed photos. I lived in NOLA until Katrina so all my people are there. Up here in AR there aren't any big cemeteries or vaults like down there. Thanks for your work, you have blessed me often. God bless you Joe.
Added by Judy W on Aug 22, 2014 9:48 AM
|Judy W||Do I keep or don't keep pictures|
I was wondering do I keep the ones I took - I have just under 4000 pictures for Find A Grave. Thought it might become to much on my computer. Over 2,000 are gravesites that I never named just kept the number the camera assigns to it. Do you name each picture you take? Do you keep them a lil while or forever?
Asking you what should I do? Don't know anyone personally to ask and you took many of my ancestors headstones, so I am asking you. Thanks for giving me advice. God bless.
Added by Judy W on Aug 22, 2014 6:43 AM
Hey Joseph, I have been saving the photos I upload but I am up to 4,000 files associated with Find A Grave. Do you keep them? I know you take a lot so I am looking for advice. Sincerely and may God Bless You
Added by Judy W on Aug 21, 2014 5:51 PM
|Mary Agnes Hammett||RE: The Tregre's|
Thank you for the photo.
Added by FJReck on Aug 19, 2014 1:30 PM
|David Frederickson||RE: Emma Frederickson Grafe|
Thank you Joesph, I just got back to geneolgy, I stayed on the computer too much so I took some time
away from it.
You were fast on getting me help and I thank you.
Not that this is important, my dad was the first person to go to the moselum, he was buried in the ground till they got it finished. If he had known he would have raised h---.
Again many thanks
|Mary Agnes Hammett||Re: Bertha Bernard & James P Lirette|
Thank you, Joseph!!! The Tregre's on the next tomb marker are related. I just don't need them right now. Thank you for all of your help. It is much appreciated.
|Anonymous||RE: Deutscher LA Draymen Verein|
Thank you...You mean to tell me that all these folk were buried in that 'in ground Coping' [grave], as you previously described it? Wow. With the moisture and heat of the New Orleans area, I suppose the body disintegrated very rapidly... Interesting!
I do not think any of these are related, but thanks for the list. Will pass it along, as I have your other emails and photos, to Cousin Sandra,for her info.
THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH FOR YOUR HELP!!!!
|Audrey Louque||RE: Thank you, thank you!|
I would be sooo grateful if you can. I would like to know any and all names that are on the graves if possible. You are a God send!
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