|John ... for Family & Friends (#47771382)|
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I Specialize in Photographic Restoration.
My desire is to link a photo portrait for as many posts as possible. It remains my belief, a headstone is very good but a portrait image is superior.
Because of Copyright infringements in the past Note: None of my photographs posted on the Web (with the exception of grave markers) may be reproduced, sold or reposted without my expressed written permission.
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|Carole Elbert||RE: Alonza Richardson|
Glad I could help! I was hoping it was his wife. :)
|Carole Elbert||Alonza Richardson|
Hello. On his memorial #38992673, you have put up a picture of a woman. I was wondering if this is supposed to be Alonza's wife? I'd appreciate any help you can give me. Thank you!
Thanks re help with Carr Family. Myrtle was my paternal g'mother to name where I fit in the biological family.
|Tom Jennings||RE: re: McCullough|
John, I have McCullough 3rd cousins in the Atlantic City area whose GG parents lived in Philadelphia long ago. I haven't made much progress finding the ancestors, so I'm trying to complete all of the McCullough family burials that I can find. Kind of like throwing mud at the walls to see what sticks. It's not the smartest approach!
Perhaps some day it will pay off.
|Mark D Anderson||Theophilus and Sophie Chandler|
I was able to locate and photograph the gravestones for Theophilus and Sophie Chandler and have uploaded the photos to their memorials. Many thanks and best regards.
|Mark D Anderson||Theophilus Chandler|
Mr Chandler designed the church I went to as a child which still stands today at 22nd & Chestnut Streets in Philadelphia. I will endeavor to locate and photograph his gravestone at Old St David's and will upload it if I am successful. Many thanks and best regards!
|Larry McCabe||Change Request|
John, first, thanks for all the great work you do on find a grave. Next, memorial number 103596303 that you created has an error. The text of the memorial says Mr. John Holton died Jul. 6, 1892. The picture of the grave marker says he died Jul. 26, 1892. Would you please make the necessary correction to the text? Mr. John Holton was married to one of my great Aunts. Thanks for correcting the record.
|PattyK||Michael Dougherty and Mary Dougherty|
Hi! You posted a photo of the above named people. I am wondering if you are related to them as I think they might be relatives of my husband and am trying to get more info. Also, if they are related, can I use the picture of the headstones on my Ancestry page (which is listed as private) if I include your name? Thanks!
Added by PattyK on May 28, 2016 8:03 AM
Yes, that is my relative's headstone. Thanks so much for adding it to her listing!
Added by LynnKR on May 05, 2016 8:16 AM
|Lucy||Edward and Ida Simpson|
I have waited 4 years for someone to post a pic of their tombstone. THANK YOU SO MUCH. It ia great pic!
Added by Lucy on May 04, 2016 2:11 PM
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