My goal is simply to make a photographic record of monuments honoring the lives of our loved ones. If I have posted a photo you find objectionable, let me know what the objection is, and I will remove it. If you have a better shot, let me know and I will cheerfully remove mine. If that's all I have, sometimes I post some pretty bad photos! ;-) Good hunting to you!
James Jungers Hello Amy I have his name on the passenger list from 1919 when the family came to the US. James is not a luxembourgish name. He was born as Jean and that would have been 'translated' into John, but at some point in time he called himself James. If you want I can send you the said passenger list, as I don't want to put it on Find A Grave. I will however try my best to find his birth registration and let you know. Mady
Peter Hulse Yep - both appear sideways. I looked at a few of your others and several are also sideways, but some are fine. Do you edit your pics before adding them? I think that may be the issue. It's happened to me before when I added a photo without editing and saving first.
RE: Fred and Emma Mae Edwards I have no idea what may be involved in managing a memorial. I do have a dozen or so relatives in this cemetery and think highly of what I have seen of this program so far. Let me think about it as I find out more.
Fred and Emma Mae Edwards Fred Peters 133735219 and Emma Mae Peters 133735162 were husband and wife. They were my grand aunt and uncle. Your photos are great. I have taken enough photos of grave stones to know it is not always easy.
Donald Peters Donald Peters 107817447 was the son of Fredrick and Ruth Peters 62141415. It would be nice if they were linked. Don and I both attended Ogallala High School, were in the Army and served in Viet Nam.