|michael pardun (#47330520)|
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I am mike pardun,from spokane washington.i do genealogy on the pardun/perdun/ferdon family,and the mickenham family.I am in arizona now.my father was donald pardun (Find A Grave Memorial# 55863643).|
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|Cemetery Sister 1||Cemetery Photos|
You know, Michael, it STILL infuriates me that you had the unmitigated GALL to take our photos of not just one cemetery, but numerous cemeteries, and put them on Find-A-Grave AS YOUR OWN!!! It's not about who gets "credit" for what; it's about integrity and honesty.
Everytime I see our pictures as yours (even the weeds and shadows are exactly like the photos we took) it angers me and leads me to believe you should be censored, at the very minimum.
Lots of time and hard work on our part went into getting those photos. SHAME ON YOU!!!
Cemetery Sister 1
Pauline (Dawes) Morgan
|Karen Mitchell||RE: Hardin Headstone, Rye. Colorado|
Thank you kindly.
|Karen Mitchell||Hardin Headstone, Rye. Colorado|
Theft of Intellectual Property is a crime punishable in a court of law. You stole the Hardin headstone from my website and it needs to be removed.
She is married to the younger of the two Charles Wesley Jordans ... not sure how to delete a spouse. . .
|GrammyJan||Florence Ida Schlotfeld|
Thank you for sending me the update on her burial site. Her memorial is now correct.
|Sonja||Paul Degeneffe and Theresa Tabordon Degeneffe|
Thanks for transferring Paul and Theresa to my care. Over the past fifteen years, I have met so many wonderful Degeneffe cousins. I am honored to tend to this gravesite. The pictures that you posted are priceless. You definitely made my day! Best, Sonja
Added by Sonja on Oct 24, 2014 3:26 PM
|Mairbair57||White Tanks Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the headstone photos from White Tanks Cemetery!
|Delores Sorenson||90179816 Lillian Pugh|
Thank you so much for adding this memorial but would you transfer it to me as she is my sister-in-law. I do alot of genealogy also . Thanks
|Terence L. Day||Requests at Elberton Cemetery|
My wife and I visited the Elberton Cemetery last week and took 31 pictures. Multiple pictures of some stones. We didn't find six of your requests. We presume some of them may be buried in thickets of brush, but we couldn't detect them in the heavy overgrowth. The cemetery is extremely hard to find without GPS
I don't know that we will visit again, but wouldn't rule it out. It is only 17 miles; but there is a waist deep ditch between the road and the cemetery. I fell trying to scramble through. Also the cemetery is seriously overgrown with grass and weeds, making perambulation difficult for a 76-year-old codger. Also, we had no cleaning equipment and limited time.
I'll try to get all of your requests that we found posted this week and will check other markers to see if others have already posted them.
|True North||Edwin Pardun|
You are very welcome!
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