|Bill Stephens (#47298947)|
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If I have entered a memorial for a relative of yours it is because when I was at the cemetery I look for other 'interesting' headstones and something must have drawn me to your relative. I will gladly transfer ownership to you if you e-mail me thru find-a-grave or at firstname.lastname@example.org and give me your membership number.|
I welcome corrections and updates...please use the EDIT tab on the memorial rather than contacting me directly.
You have my permission to use any of my FaG photos for your personal use. You will need to use the images on FaG because I do not keep the original .jpg images after I post...too many pix and not enough terabytes of storage!
I particularly enjoy visiting the remote rural cemeteries. I make every effort to find who is the steward of the cemetery and attempt to get a map of the sections and lot locations. (usually the county clerk at the courthouse has the steward information). Most of these stewards are old and all share a common frustration that nobody wants to take over the responsibility from them when they are gone. They are delighted to learn that FaG has taken the interest to list and photograph graves in their cemeteries.
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|RabbitTrack||RE: John/Louise Sandberg @ Penwell Gable Cemetery in Topeka, KS|
Thank you so much! I love your picture. It explains the situation well. Thanks for your time and the great picture!
|Steve Trudgeon||Roy and Zella Bower - Photo Requests|
Thank you for the photo. i really appreciate the favor.
|Alvin Poole||Nancy Kuykendall Rice|
Thank you for taking the time to get Nancy's headstone picture. I appreciate it, and appreciate you taking the time. Alvin 47244491
|Nancy R.||Oakley Finn|
Bill, Thanks for trying to find Oakley Finn's grave in Eskridge. Since his obituary says he was buried at Eskridge I suppose he could have been buried on the property of a relative in Eskridge, rather than in the cemetery.
Added by Nancy R. on Jul 14, 2015 8:44 AM
|Dan E. W||Magnuson's|
Thank you so much for ur photos of William and Anna's gravestones. Thanks for your time, effort and quick responses
- Dan E. W 47833011
Added by Dan E. W on Jul 13, 2015 11:13 AM
|Dan E. W||Melanie & Arlene|
Thank you ever so much for the great photos of the gravestones of my cousins!
I appreciate your time and effort to post these on Find A Grave
- Dan E. W 47833011
Added by Dan E. W on Jul 13, 2015 11:06 AM
|Lynne Stallcop||RE: Rolla Parker|
Thanks for the additional info. I hope to get back there to see the cemetery one day. Yes, he was the General Manager of the Santa Fe Western Line from 1916 until his death.
|Lynne Stallcop||Rolla Parker|
Thanks so much for the photo's of Rolla's memorial, I really appreciate it. I had no idea that it was so large. Thanks also for the close up photos.
|dan harvey||Chod Harvey|
Hi Bill, Thank you so much for trying to find the headstone for Chod Harvey in the Wilmington cemetery. Subsequently, I did find an obit for him and his name was Charles "Chod" Harvey. I also found the person that has the cemetery records and he checked for a headstone and was unable to find one. So, I removed the request.
Thanks for all your efforts.
Bill, thank you so much for taking the photo of Randolph Smith's headstone and creating memorials for Sarah and Cora - I had no idea they were buried there (or at least included on his marker). Cora A (Smith) McHenry is a daughter of Randolph and Sarah, born June 1888 in Kansas.
Added by LBJ-C on Jun 27, 2015 2:18 PM
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