|Richard Juhl (#47373923)|
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Feel free to use my photos and biographical comments to enhance your genealogical projects. Crediting me as a source is a nice touch but not necessary.|
F-A-G is a wonderful site and it keeps getting better, aside from a few cranky old individuals who have grown delusional from their own perceived self-importance. It has evolved from a simple registry into a valuable genealogical resource. The links are especially helpful in following families and the biographical notes and photos are often invaluable resources. I give a hearty "thank you" to all who contribute.
I'm a native of Colorado, growing-up in the suburbs west of Denver (Lakewood, Golden), but I've lived in San Francisco, California for many years. I enjoy creating memorials and photographing stones, especially for veterans, being a Vietnam veteran myself.
I've spent countless tranquil hours at San Francisco National Cemetery and Golden Gate National Cemetery (both very close to my home), thinking about all those poor old veterans who gave their all, and a trip to Crown Hill Cemetery in Jefferson County, Colorado is always a treat. All 4 of my grandparents and 6/8th of my great-grandparents are buried there, providing lots of pleasant nostalgia.
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Adriana, Bob Lee, Carol, Debbie O, Emery Metzler, Fam Gen, Kathleen Clemen..., R McHenry, Stewart B Traim..., TD Miller, Tom Brocher, VermillionRose
|Messages left for Richard Juhl (249)||[Leave Message]|
|Kartomb||Edmund John Berg|
Thank you for freely sharing your photos;I try to do the same. It would be difficult to visit every cemetery where our relatives are buried. I will be proud to give you credit for the beautiful headstone photo.
Added by Kartomb on Jan 31, 2015 6:25 PM
|Betty L. Gonzales||Henry Everston|
I did remove one of the memorials. Betty
|Graveyard Walker||Beasley family in Lafayette|
Thanks for catching my OOPS
|Suzy & Rob||Clara Crouch|
OMG - I think we both deleted her at just about the same time. I know my memorial was older but yours was in the right cemetery. LOL - I don't have her info any longer so since you have the photo, go ahead and recreate her memorial. Sorry about that!
Thank you for posting the photo of Hugh McSwegan's tombstone. He was my great grandmother's first cousin.
Added by Melody on Dec 29, 2014 7:53 PM
|June McLennan||Hugh Palmer|
Thank you for taking a photo of Hugh's grave marker. After much searching for him, I found a treasure trove of material at Fold3 which the led me to this picture of his grave. I appreciate your willingness to allow your photos to be used for family research, as I live in Canada and will never get to San Francisco.
|Tom Brocher||Harry H Plaine|
I made a mistake merging and accidentally merged his memorial with Lillian Placek. Would you please remove your photo of Lillian's marker from Harry's memorial and add it to Lillian Placek's? I'm terribly sorry...
|Pioneersearcher||# 3629636 Elinor Sanders|
Thank you for allowing use of your submitted photos. I am copying it to my Sanders Ancestry Family Tree and crediting you as the source.
Thanks, Pioneersearcher # 47016656
|Don Nitzel||Donald Underwood Links|
Thank you for the links to Uncle Don's parents. This site gets more awesome all of the time. From one Viet Vet to another. Don
|John LeBoutillier||Denzil Dilman Search and Norma L Search|
Many thanks for posting the details and gravestone photos of Denzil and Norma Search. I am doing a one-name study on the Search family worldwide and am most grateful for your efforts!
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