|Chester Campbell||Memorial #52747761 Lula Mae Goodner|
May I use your photo on my ancestry.com file?
Thank you for your help.
|John Beckum||RE: thanks|
I helped do the Walton county cemetery books and the only Geiger's I have listed are : George M., Grace D.; Helen H.; and James C.;.They are buried in Rest Haven and Eastview cemeteries. Our books were published in Dec. 2002 I don't when your Gieger passed away. If it was after 2002 I will try to get by the cemetery shortly and take a look for you
|lmassia||Irvin Jones in Lanham Cem.|
The photo you added for Irvin is actually the one for his parents. And since your photo is better than the one that is posted on their memorials, I'd appreciate it if you could move your photo to their memorials, #20280095 and #20280118.
Thanks so much for your help.
Added by lmassia on Apr 30, 2011 10:55 AM
|Vicki Martin||Wright Headstone|
Thanks for taking this photo for me. It will make a GREAT addition to my Wright Genealogy.
THANK YOU for your time and effort. It is greatly appreciated.
Very good job, thanks so much. I haven't made it to Hamilton in years, this is a big help. Thanks again.
Added by M.L.S. on Apr 29, 2011 6:25 AM
|Jan Wigley||Edna Cozby|
Thank you for letting me know about the problem. It is terrible our Cemeteries get run down like that.
|Elysia Davis||Thank you|
Thank you for the photo for Mary Carroll at Live Oak Cemetery! Did you use chalk to make the letters more apparent? That is an excellent idea, I will have to remember that the next time I run across a hard to read tombstone. Thanks!
|Elreeta Weathers||Garth, Ina, and Elma Wall|
Thanks, Debra, for photographing these gravestones in the Hurst Ranch Cemetery.
|Elreeta Weathers||Deborah Elliott|
This is the best gravestone picture you have added! All of the words are clear. Deborah Elliott was supposed to have been the matron of honor in her sister's wedding, but she died a few days before the wedding--which was not postponed. It was a difficult time for her parents.
|Frank Pennington||Asa Pennington|
Thank you for the head stone photo for Asa Pennington memorial.
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