|Chad Eugene Schneider (#47480845)|
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Hello, my name is Chad. I am 46 years old and live in Tacoma, Washington. |
My family consists of my husband Jeffrey and our 3 beautiful boys; Jordan, 12, Elliot, 9, and Gary, 6. We share our home with our 3 cats (Abby, Makani, & Snuffy), a Golden Retriever (Sunny), and a Miniature Pinscher (Senka).
I look forward to talking with all of you!
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|ChuckNorris||Fieldon Hansvard Logsdon Photo request|
And the pictures you posted were perfect. Thank you
I sent a request to Find A Grave to fix them. It usually takes about a week.
I just tried out using Microsoft Paint to fix the problem and it did so. The process is to put the photo on your computer. (At this point I opened the photo is Microsoft Office Picture and could see it as it truly is rotated on its side) It of course looked fine on my desktop because my computer is reading the hidden data. But opening it in Office showed me what was really there. Then I opened the picture in Paint. Cropped it slightly and resaved. Now I open it in Office and is shows right side up. Hope this helps. You will run into this from time to time when uploading pictures. It is pretty frustrating. Find A Grave is working on a recoding for the site that I have hopes will fix this issue once and for all. We will have to wait and see though.
Thank you for the photos. I have sent a request to the photo@email to fix the orientation. This happens when you take pictures with your phone and or your camera uses a tag in the picture data to tell a program how to display the picture rather than actually turning the picture. In most cases this can be fixed by saving the picture to your computer. Doing a small crop and then saving again. Most programs for doing this will resave the picture in its current display rather than using the embedded data. One program that does not fix the problem is Microsoft Office Picture manager. But programs like Paint (I think), IrfanView, Gimp and Inkscape all save correctly.
Hi Chad - it's been almost a year since I last heard from you - a family will keep one busy! All is well here, but I'm not doing much genealogy these days, just maintaining my Volga German memorials and Seabees. I've gone back to knitting and am making a sweater for my daughter. I'm inventing the pattern as I go = she found a pine tree stitch really liked. It's time to slow down a bit and knitting will do that. Have a wonderful holiday season = maybe we'll have lots of snow this year. Judi
Added by Yeschke on Dec 08, 2016 7:50 AM
|CMcFarren||RE: Floyd Soule|
YES! Please take more photos of people in the Soule family. THANK YOU so, so, so much. I am Allen Soule's niece and lived with him and his family for almost two years. Two of his kids and their extended families, recently moved nearby and I've been having a ball doing their family tree.
|Sharon Ellis||Holmes & McClelland|
Chad you are the best! Thank you for all your time and the photo's! Merry Christmas!
you are wonderful.
Added by Alice on Dec 02, 2016 12:06 AM
|klassikat||RE: HIYA there|
Sent you an email. :)
|Bill H||Hjemlestad Grave|
Greetings - long time no see. Thanks for adding this name - did you find a hidden headstone? Did you take a photo or just write down the info? My last walk in the cemetery was for the article in the TNT. I found nothing in the record books or ref. books I have , or on the State Digital site (Which you may have already checked) Is probably a burial from one of the dozen, or so, funeral homes that went out of business and their records went missing. (Storley, Rabbeson, Harlan, Roberts, Slayden, Mahoney etc., etc.) There are 14 funeral directors I've come across who were in business in Tacoma from the 1880's to 1900+. Please post a picture if you have one. Thanks again!
Added by Bill H on Dec 01, 2016 10:49 AM
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